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OTA 1215 - Client Support Skills with Lab

This course covers the basic skills necessary to interact with clients throughout the lifespan, regardless of specific diagnosis or client factors and how certain client factors and deficits in performance skills can interfere with daily occupations. The student will gain familiarity of the role of the occupational therapy assistant in the following areas: basic principles of problem identification, treatment implementation, activity adaptation and analysis, observation, assessment, professional documentation, interpersonal communication and the use of assistive and adaptive technology. Major topic areas include safety, strength, endurance, prehension, range of motion, infection control, vital signs, body mechanics, work simplification, ergonomics, energy conservation techniques, assistive and adaptive technology, positioning and transportation of a client, ADL skills, IADL skills and home modifications. Lessons are highly integrated with lab sessions. Offered in the College for Adults. Prerequisites: OTA 1020, OTA 1030, OTA 1050, OTA 3250. Corequisites: OTA 1040, OTA 1250, OTA 1275, OTA 1305.
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