Analysis of Occupations
Course ID: OTA 210
This course is designed to foster a beginning exposure to individuals experiencing a variety of physical or mental disabilities, including caregivers of individuals with disabilities, through community experiences. Through these experiences, students will develop skills in observation, analysis, interview, assessment and data collection, and relational skills. Students will complete writing assignments with an emphasis on their observations, analysis, and performance of human occupation across the lifespan, with an emphasis on contextual factors impacting occupational performance. Through the written assignments, students will learn the style of professional writing required for OTAs. Professional and therapeutic relationships will be emphasized throughout the course. Lecture 1 hour/Laboratory 3 hours/Total 4 hours per week.
Prerequisites: One-Year Certificate Pre-Occupational Therapy Assistant; accepted admission into OTA program with a minimum GPA of 2.5
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