OCTH615 Information

Assessments and Interventions for Adults

This course addresses working with adult clients and their families to collaboratively determine the needs, evidence-based assessments, and interventions to address impairments, injuries, or illnesses. Experiences include models of practice addressing orthopedic, neurological, cardiovascular/pulmonary, and general healthcare needs. The roles of an occupational therapist and other healthcare providers, as well as professional standards of practice, ethics, advocacy, outcomes assessment, liability, documentation, and reimbursement of services are synthesized. The influence of culture and spirituality in the provision of the most appropriate care is analyzed.


Course Sections for Fall 2014-2015 Trimester
Tia Hughes
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9:00am-12:00pm
Sep 02 - Dec 05, 2014
Section A
Main Campus
2 spaces available
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