Courses

           

Description

OTA2352: THEORY AND TREATMENT FOR HUMAN CONDITIONS III
This course will examine the occupational therapy process in relation to the older adult with physical and/or psychosocial challenges, beginning with a historical and theoretical overview. Frames of Reference guiding physical and psychosocial OT during older adulthood will be examined. Topics include clinical features and medical management, assessments and treatment, evidence-based practice, and issues impacting geriatric OT practice. Professional literature will be reviewed for current practice trends.

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

Sections

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This course is currently not offered for this term.