OTA2312: MODALITIES FOR HUMAN CONDITIONS III WITH LAB
Prerequisites: OTA 2212 Modalities for Human Conditions II, and OTA 2232 Group Process & Dynamics
This course will focus on the development of observation skills; assessment; documentation; and teaching, adapting, and grading self-care, work, and play and leisure occupations for older adults with physical and/or psychosocial challenges. Topics include collection of evaluation and screening data, techniques and equipment to maximize participation in meaningful occupations, improve independence, ensure safety, prevent deformity, productive aging and wellness, and participation within disability.
Laboratory: 2 hours; Ozark Allied Health Fee: $40.