OTA 405: OT: Skills and Applications II

Course Description This course will identify and examine the roles and skills of the individual necessary for adaptation to the home or institutional setting environment, and the assessment of his/her leisure, work and self-care abilities. Integration and application of knowledge and procedures from all steps in the occupational therapy process acquired in prerequisite practice courses. Using case studies describing all ages and functional levels, client-centered focus treatment plans will be the springboard for peer review and synthesis of occupational therapy practice. Synthesis of information includes adaptation of the environment, equipment, clarity about the cognitive and motor demands of functional tasks, and purposeful/occupation based activities to enhance occupational outcomes.
Prerequisites See description.
Credits 3