Academic Catalog 2019-20

OT 5117 Occupations Adults and Seniors II

Second in a three semester series of courses focusing on occupational therapy practice with adults and seniors experiencing physical disabilities. Content covered includes healthy aging, fall prevention, and neurorehabilitation. Builds on concepts introduced in the first semester course. Synthesis, application, and evaluation of integrated theories and clinical reasoning for occupation-based intervention. Consideration of OT domain and process, client factors, and client performance skills and patterns as defined by the Occupational Therapy Practice Framework. Includes use of standardized and non-standardized functional assessments, intervention planning, and documentation - 3 lecture hours. Prerequisites: BIO 5800/BIO 5805, OT 5017OTL 5017 and OT 5018/OTL 5018. (Exam average policy in effect for this course.)


5.00 units


OTL 5117 - lab