OTA 210: OT: Skills and Applications l

Course Description This course expands on concepts introduced in OTA 110. Students begin to explore the role of the OTA in each step of the occupational therapy process. Students develop basic Activity Analysis skills. Occupational therapy key documents of practice are understood in the context of practice, professionalism and academia. Computer proficiency and an overview of technology in OT practice are covered. Laboratory experience expands on the modalities in OTA 110 by including basic skills needed for adaptation and development of adaptive equipment. These developing skills continue to be related the OTA role as students begin to develop oral and written documentation proficiency.
  
Prerequisites See description.
  
Credits 3