OT-620: Occupation: Measuring Outcomes in Varied Service Delivery Contexts
4 credit hours
Provides an overview and analysis of different measures of occupation and occupational performance and relates these measures to theoretical practice constructs and settings. Emphasis is placed on applying and measuring the impact of the therapeutic use of everyday life activities with individuals and groups for the purpose of participation, health, well-being and improved quality of life. Students will analyze and evaluate various contexts and policy issues as they relate to the practice of occupational therapy. Creation of a personal frame of reference for professional practice is required for successful completion of the course.