Jan 20, 2021  
2018-2019 Academic Bulletin (Catalog) (Jan 2019 Ed) 
2018-2019 Academic Bulletin (Catalog) (Jan 2019 Ed) [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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OT 425 - Foundations of Occupation-Centered Practice

Cr Hrs: 4
This course serves as the foundation for the holistic practice of occupational therapy as defined by the history of the profession and the ethical standards that guide practice.  Emphasis is on the principles of the profession and the development of professional responsibilities necessary for growth and success within the profession of occupational therapy.  Course content addresses both historical and contemporary professional perspectives through in a practical, relevant context.  Expectations for professional communication skills and behaviors will be covered, and an introduction will be provided to concepts essential in the field of occupational therapy such as activity analysis, the occupational therapy practice framework, basic theoretical and philosophical constructs, and occupation- and client-centered practice.

Grade Mode: Standard
Instructional Method: Lecture, Lab
Term offered: Spring

Spring - Instructor of Record: Stephanie Lancaster

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