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OT PROCESS: ADULTS AND ELDERS

CRN: 73106

Section: OTA 201-150

Credits: 2 credit hours

Availability: 18 (Capacity: 22)

Dates: 08-29-2022 – 12-09-2022

Instructor: Reis Cunningham

SCHEDULED MEETING TIMES:

Wed

3:31 PM - 6:31 PM

Fulton Campus - F19

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Prerequisite: OTA 120 with grade of C or better. For Occupational Therapy Assistant majors, this course focuses on the role of the occupational therapy assistant working with adults, elders and their families across the continuum of care. Discusses the influence of the aging process on physical, sensory, psychosocial and cognitive function. Addresses theories of aging, models of practice, policy issues and clinical skills relevant to practice with adults and elders. Lab component consists of hands-on activities and problem solving activities based on simulated clinical situations related to the occupational performance of adults and elders. Registration in this course requires the student to purchase liability insurance as specified by the OTA program.

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