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2021-2022 General Catalog Published 11/17/21 
2021-2022 General Catalog Published 11/17/21 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

OCTA 215 syllabus

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OCTA 215:OT Strategies and Interventions to Pediatrics

Credit Hours: 3
Lecture hours per week: 2
Lab hours per week: 3

Prerequisite(s): OCTA 203 OCTA 204 OCTA 205 OCTA 206 OCTA 208  
Corequisite(s): OCTA 210 , OCTA 212 OCTA 213 OCTA 216 OCTA 217 OCTA 218  
This course will provide knowledge in occupational therapy strategies and intervention techniques for individuals ranging in age from birth to age 22 that have limitations that affect their performance in areas of occupation (ADL, IADL, health management, education, play, work, leisure, rest and sleep and social participation).  Topics include common diagnoses, assessments, treatment environments, and treatment interventions for areas of occupation. Lab activities will focus on applying skills necessary to prevent, remediate, compensate, adapt and promote participation in the pediatric population as well as effectively communicating (verbal and written) with patients/families, caregivers, clinicians and teachers. The evaluation process, appropriate assessments, and documentation skills will be expanded upon. Enrollment in the OCTA program courses is limited to those students who have been selected and admitted to the professional phase of the program. Program courses are sequenced by semester and must be taken as a group each semester per program requirements and policies. (Spring semester only) 

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