OTA201 - Therapeutic Activities and Performance II

More advanced course to develop creative problem-solving, clinical reasoning, and documentation skills through exposure to barriers for safety and independence. Models and theories of occupation are applied and the effects on performance are examined. Students examine universal design principles and environmental modifications for work, home and the community

Credits: 5

Offered: Spring

Outcomes

  1. Exhibit the ability to analyze tasks relative to areas of occupation, performance skills, performance patterns, activity demands, context(s) and client factors to implement the intervention plan.
  2. Grade and adapt the environment, tools, materials, occupations, and interventions to reflect the changing needs of the client and the sociocultural context.
  3. Provide therapeutic use of occupation and activities (e.g., occupation-based activity, practice skills, preparatory methods).
  4. Understand and describe cultural influences on use of various therapeutic activities.
  5. Apply models of occupational performance and theories of occupation.
  6. Learn to use the teaching–learning process with the client, family, significant others, colleagues, other health providers, and the public.
  7. Practice effective interaction through written, oral, and nonverbal communication with the client, family, significant others, colleagues, other health providers, and the public in a professionally acceptable manner.
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