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OTA 1305 - Therapeutic Applications I with Lab

This course is the first of three therapeutic applications courses concentrating on treatment approaches used with the developmentally delayed population. The course begins with a review of normal growth and development followed with service delivery models, theory and therapeutic intervention strategies for client factors/performance skill deficits typically associated with this population. Current treatment theories and the role of the OTA in the areas of assessment, program planning, program intervention/re-evaluation, and discontinuation are presented. Teaching methods include supplemental readings, lecture, experiential labs, case studies, assignments, role plays, technology, guest speakers, and audio visual materials. This course is taught in conjunction with the Level I Fieldwork. If a student is unsuccessful in this course she or he will have to withdraw from the fieldwork experience that coordinates with it. Offered in the College for Adults. Prerequisites: OTA 1020, OTA 1030, OTA 1050, OTA 3250, BIOL 2400. Prerequisite with concurrency: PSYC 2020. Corequisites: OTA 1040, OTA 1215, OTA 1250, OTA 1275.
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