OT 652 Adulthood and OT Practice (6)
This course presents the developmental stages, roles, and tasks of the adult. Focus is placed on the impact of biopsychosocial stress, dysfunction, and/or disability on the primary roles and tasks of the adult. The course develops and emphasizes the skillful analysis and application of OT frames of reference for the selection and utilization of appropriate evaluation and intervention techniques with a variety of adult clinical conditions. Laboratory sessions will develop entry-level proficiency in traditional neurophysiological, neurodevelopmental, and motor learning approaches. Psychosocial, physical, sociocultural, and environmental aspects of disability are emphasized equally to ensure a holistic approach to case analysis, evaluation, and treatment planning.