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OTA2252: THEORY AND TREATMENT FOR HUMAN CONDITIONS II
The occupational therapy process in relation to the years of early and middle adulthood, beginning with a historical and theoretical overview. Adulthood psychosocial and mental health disorders will be explored. Frames of reference for physical function and psychosocial function will be explored in relation to disease and disability. Topics include clinical features, medical management, effects of aging and chronic illness, interventions for productive aging and wellness, rehabilitation and participation in occupation for those with disabilities. Assessments and treatment, evidence-based practice, and issues impacting adult OT practice will be covered.

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

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