Occupational Therapy Process I: Physical Intervention

OT505 (Not Liberal Arts) $ Occupational Therapy Process I: Physical Intervention 5 hrs. 4 crs. This course prepares students to develop and provide occupational therapy interventions for adults with physical disabilities, focusing on assessment and interventions with patients with orthopedic and medical conditions. Students apply knowledge from prior coursework including anatomy, physiology, and medical pathologies, and utilize clinical problem solving and research for practice. Students participate in part-time clinical experiences that link coursework with practice. This course prepares the students for Fieldwork II experiences and practice in adult rehabilitation settings. The laboratory component will include, but not be limited to, application of concepts and practice of treatment techniques. Preq: Department permission required. 3 hours lecture, 2 hours laboratory.