OTA106 - Therapeutic Activities and Performance I

This course covers areas of human occupation through analysis of activities of daily living- work, leisure, play and self-care. Students develop an understanding of the nature and value of occupation to support client participation and performance through therapeutic crafts and daily living activities

Credits: 5

Offered: Winter

Outcomes

  1. Describe the meaning and dynamics of occupation and activity, including the interaction of areas of occupation, performance skills, performance patterns, activity demands, context(s) and client factors.
  2. Demonstrate task analysis relative to areas of occupation, performance skills, performance patterns, activity demands, context(s) and client factors to implement the intervention plan.
  3. Demonstrate a variety of activities that can be utilized and graded within the therapeutic environment.
  4. Provide therapeutic use of occupation and activities (e.g., occupation-based activity, practice skills, preparatory methods).
  5. Articulate the influence of social conditions and the ethical context in which humans choose and engage in occupations.
  6. Understand and describe cultural influences on use of various therapeutic activities.
  7. Express support for the quality of life, well-being, and occupation of the individual, group or population to promote health and prevention of injury and disease considering context and environment
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