May 26, 2024  
2023-2024 Catalog 
  
2023-2024 Catalog
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OTA 218 - Case Studies Across the Lifespan with FWIB


Credit(s): 4

This course presents problem-based learning cases to allow students to apply the Occupational Therapy Practice Framework to simulated practice situations. Students complete activity analysis to determine and demonstrate proper occupational therapy service delivery related to the OT Process using various case study examples throughout the lifespan and through observations during Fieldwork 1B, which is incorporated within this course. The FWIB component of this course is didactic and onsite for 30 hours across the semester. Students are placed in selected settings to observe individual and group sessions as applicable to ensure a connection between integrating fieldwork experiences and didactic coursework. FWIB further develops essential critical reasoning skills and professional behaviors. Students address the clinical relevance of the OT Domain and OT Process, health and wellness, safety procedures, interdisciplinary collaboration, and documentation across various context through the integration of course content and FWIB. This is an on-ground course.

Corequisite(s): OTA 216  
Offered: F, Su



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