COTA - Introduction to Occupational Therapy - 00180623

Description: This course is an introduction to the foundational concepts encompassing the scope of occupational therapy (OT) and the OT process. Many foundational concepts are presented such a history, philosophy, and values of the profession. The course also reviews the American Occupational Therapy Association's (AOTA) Practice Framework: Domain and Process in-depth, related to key concepts and terminology. Key components of the profession such as therapeutic use of self, interviewing skills, ethics, and diversity, role of the Occupational Therapy Assistant (OTA), professional resources, and regulatory issues are also covered. (Prerequisites: None; Co-requisites: COTA 1105, COTA 1050, and HLTH1005. This course is restricted to the following major: Occupational Therapy Assistant Program.) (4 credits lecture/0 credits lab)

Credits: 4.00

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