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OT PROCESS: BIRTH-ADOLESCENCE

CRN: 32603

Section: OTA 113-150

Credits: 4 credit hours

Availability: 15 (Capacity: 20)

Dates: 01-25-2022 – 05-13-2022

Instructor: Amy Belawske

SCHEDULED MEETING TIMES:

Tues

8:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Fulton Campus - F19

12:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Fulton Campus - F19

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Prerequisite: OTA 101, OTA 103, OTA 105 with grade C or higher. For Occupational Therapy Assistant majors, this course covers typical growth and development, disabilities and delays from birth through adolescence. Topics include assessments, treatment planning, and interventions in various practice settings relevant to this population. Emphasis will be on the occupational therapy process, evidence-based practice, and roles of the OT and OTA in a variety of pediatric practice settings. Critical thinking and problem-solving using case studies, application of treatment principles and hands-on practice of intervention techniques are included in the laboratory component of the course. Health program fee required.

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