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OTAH 120 - Pediatric/Adolescent OTA

(3,4) 5 Credits


Prerequisite(s): OTAH 101 Introduction to Occupational Therapy  , OTAH 102 OTA Stages of Human Development  .
Corequisite(s): BIOL 125 Human Anatomy & Physiology II  , OTAH 121 Pediatrics/Adolescent Fieldwork I  , OTAH 122 Pediatric/Adolescent Clinical Conditions for the OTA  .
This course focuses on the study of pediatric and adolescent occupational therapy.  Interventional approaches, strategies, and techniques for treating a wide variety of clients with a multitude of diagnoses and conditions will be studied in depth.  Also addressed will be the ability to include analysis and synthesis of underlying performance skills and patterns, contexts and environments, activity demands, and client factors as they contribute to occupational performance and selection of intervention within occupational therapy service delivery process.  Upon completion of this course it is expected that the OTA student will be able to guide their intervention, from the initial session up until client discharge, with appropriate treatment, using relevant and current research and trends, and applying information learned in their other coursework to their treatment plans.  A combination of instructional tools, group discussions, student presentations, simulation, practice/repetition, reflection, and case studies will be used as teaching tools.

 


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