OTA 1211 Occupational Therapy Assistant Foundations I
Introduction to occupational therapy and people with physical, psychosocial and/or developmental disabilities in a non-traditional community-based setting with supervision provided by a licensed Occupational Therapy Assistant. Focuses on activity implementation, observation skills, professionalism, therapeutic use of self and occupational therapy practice framework language. Two classroom, three clinical hours per week.
Prerequisites: OTA 1111 and Restricted to Majors
- Students will remember interprofessional perspectives including rehabilitation, disability & developmental as well as person/population-environment-occupation models, theories and frameworks of practice as they pertain to healthcare at a learning level.
- Students will remember the basic tenets of OT at a learning level.
- Students will remember the basics of the OT Process (screening, evaluating, developing intervention plan, implementing the intervention plan & outcomes) at a learning level.
- Students will remember the basics of the context of OT service delivery at a learning level.
- Students will remember the basics of promoting science and scholarly endeavors as it pertains to describing OT and establishing new knowledge regarding the OT profession at a learning level.
- Students will remember OT professional ethic, responsibilities & values at a learning level.
Credit Hours: 3
- Classroom: 2 hours
- Clinical: 3 hours
- Division: Health Sciences
- Department: Rehabilitation Services
- Repeatable Credit: No
- Offered Online: No
Not currently offered this term