OCTH 553 Occupations through the Lifespan - Adult

This course is a study of theoretical principles and their application to evaluation and treatment of adulthood through retirement-age individuals. An introduction to various assessments and interventions directed toward occupational dysfunction typically encountered in adulthood will be explored in depth. Integrated lab sessions allow practical experiences aimed at applying information introduced in lecture and the development of problem solving, clinical reasoning and documentation skills.

Credits

4

Prerequisite

Completion of previous module of Traditional or WEC Occupational Therapy program