OTA 215 Principles of Pediatric Populations and the Occupational Therapy Assistant

This course presents the principles and practices of occupational therapy for services provided for infants, children and adolescents. Student identification of the impact of social, environmental and cultural influences in development and delivery of services. Students study provision of occupational therapy services in medical, educational and community-based settings. Additionally, this course presents management aspects of occupational therapy practice in addition to reimbursement models. Lecture and lab.

Credits

4

Prerequisite

OTA 101

Offered

Sp, Su