OTA213 - Seminar - Applied Physical Rehabilitation

This course focuses on the applied physical rehabilitation in fieldwork experiences, by articulating the physical components of individual/group function within the context of occupational therapy practice, based on skilled observations. Reflection on the ethical considerations within occupational therapy practice, including use of the AOTA Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice to make informed clinical and employment decision, including strategies for analyzing issues and making decisions to resolve personal and organizational ethical conflicts.

Credits: 1

Offered: Summer

Outcomes

  1. Gather and share data for the purpose of screening and evaluation methods including, but not limited to, specified screening tools; assessments; skilled observations; occupational histories; consultations with other professionals; and interviews with the
  2. Select and provide direct occupational therapy interventions and procedures to enhance safety, health and wellness, and performance in ADL’s, IADL’s, education, work, play, rest, sleep, leisure, and social participation.
  3. Effectively interact through written, oral, and nonverbal communication with the client, family, significant others, colleagues, other health providers, and the public in a professionally acceptable manner.
  4. Demonstrate skills of collaboration with occupational therapists and other professionals on therapeutic interventions.
  5. Identify and explain the need for supervisory roles, responsibilities, and collaborative professional relationships between occupational therapist and occupational therapy assistant.
  6. Understand and articulate the physical components of individual/group function within the context of occupational therapy practice, based on skilled observations within fieldwork experience
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