OT321 (Not Liberal Arts) Occupational Analysis 4 hrs. 3 crs. This is an undergraduate class that will introduce students to the Occupational Therapy Practice Framework as a basis for intervention. Students will look at occupational analysis through all performance areas, as well as grading and adaptation of activities. They will also explore the relationship between environment and performance demands, issues of context, and cultural implications. The impact of disability on occupational performance will be examined and assessment tools (Activities of Daily Living Instrumental Activities of Daily Living, work, play etc.) will be introduced. The laboratory component will include, but not be limited to, application of concepts and practice of task analysis and task modification techniques as a basis for occupational therapy intervention. Preq: Department permission required. Two hours lecture, 2 hours laboratory.