This course is designed to guide students in basic skills with activity analysis, and adaptations and gradation skills for a variety of disabilities. Basic and instrumental activities of daily living tasks, therapeutic exercise, and crafts are used to increase the student’s working knowledge and application of the Occupational Therapy Practice Framework: Domain and Process 3rd Edition, as applied to activity analysis. The importance of client-centered, purposeful, and meaningful intervention is emphasized. Pre-requisites or Co-requisites: OTA 110, OTA 115 and OTA 120. Credit: 3 hours (2 hours theory, 1 hour lab).
Course Section Description
Full Semester Course (U) – Course runs 8/16 to 12/3