OT-770: Evaluation, Intervention, & Outcomes-Children and Youth

5 credit hours


Examines evaluation and intervention for infants, children, and youth through age twenty-one focusing on typical and atypical development. Planning and applying interventions for addressing physical, cognitive, psychosocial, sensory, and motor performance of children in a variety of contexts are explored. Emphasis is placed on working with the family, in school settings and with diverse populations. This course has a lab component to provide the opportunity to apply knowledge and develop reasoning skills for entry-level practice. Students participate in lecture, discussion, demonstrations, and group work. Interprofessional work and communication for executing components of an intervention plan for pediatric populations is emphasized