OTDE 726 Analysis & Adaptation II
This course will apply concepts of professional reasoning and the occupational therapy framework to explore the impact of selected medical and psychosocial conditions on person factors and occupational performance in everyday life. An understanding of these conditions is paired with appropriate occupational therapy assessments and task analysis to understand performance considerations and occupation as a therapeutic means and end to occupational therapy practice. This course will use practical lab and service learning experiences as a context for understanding performance considerations, occupation, the occupational therapy process, and person-centered. Prerequisite: Successful completion of all prior coursework required by the OTDE curriculum.