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OTA2152: THEORY AND TREATMENT FOR HUMAN CONDITIONS I
A review of human development from birth through adolescence, with emphasis on occupational performance of typical and atypical individuals. The emergence of occupation and conditions that affect occupation will be explored. Topics include pediatric frames of reference such as Sensory Integration, Neurodevelopmental Treatment and Motor Skills Acquisition. Emphasis will be on the occupational therapy process, evidence-based practice, and roles of the OT and OTA in pediatric service delivery within a variety of practice settings. Childhood and adolescent psychosocial and mental health disorders will be explored. Professional literature will be reviewed for current practice trends.

Lecture 2 hours; Ozark Allied Health Fee: $40.

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