OT-550: Evaluation/Intervention IV - Work, Industry & Orthopedic Practice
4 credit hours(3 lecture hours, 3 lab hours)
Emphasizes assessment of occupation, occupational performance, client factors and environmental context(s) of work, industry, and community. Biomechanical and environmental adaptation models are examined. Planning and applying occupational interventions to address the physical, psychosocial, motor performance of adults is explored. Measures to manage pain, enhance mobility and encourage wellness, are emphasized. Effectively communicating and working interprofessionally for executing components of an intervention plan for individuals and populations is highlighted.