SCHEDULE OF CLASSES
Section: OTA 210-150
Credits: 6 credit hours
Availability: 16 (Capacity: 20)
SCHEDULED MEETING TIMES:
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Prerequisite: 2.5 GPA required to enroll in OTA 210; successful completion of all didactic coursework, completion of OTA courses and BIOL 203 and BIOL 204 with a grade of C or better required. For Occupational Therapy Assistant majors, in this course students participate in the first of two required Level II fieldwork rotations. This course provides an in-depth experience in the delivery of occupational therapy services in one of a variety of clinical placement sites. Students develop and expand their depth and range of practice skills with the goal of achieving entry-level competency in applying the OT process to client care. Students are mentored through the fieldwork experience by a qualified OT practitioner. In addition, students will participate in an online portion of the course with emphasis on various aspects of the OT profession in a variety of service contexts. Psychosocial factors that influence participation in occupation will be integrated into student learning throughout the fieldwork experience.
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