OTA2202: HUMAN OCCUPATION AND CLINICAL REASONING
Prerequisite: OTA 2102 Foundations of Occupational Therapy.
This course will focus on the observations, analysis, and performance of human occupations in work, self-care, and play/leisure throughout the life span. The Frames of Reference and Conceptual Practice Models that guide OT practice will be reviewed. The process and the language of occupational therapy will be incorporated. (2 hours lecture)
Ozark Allied Health Fee: $20.