This course focuses on intervention for performance skill issues due to client factors associated with impaired motor and process skills issues such as mental functioning, sensory processing, and neuromusculoskeletal functions. Current treatment theories and the role of the OTA in the areas of assessment, planning, implementation of treatment programs, program discontinuation, service management, continuing education and public relations are presented. Emphasis is on use of meaningful occupation and understanding of individual performance contexts and patterns. Throughout the course, class activities and role-play experiences provide opportunities to integrate these concepts and theories. This course is followed by a Level II Fieldwork experience. Offered in the College for Adults. Prerequisites: OTA 2330, OTA 2360, OTA 2400. Corequisites: OTA 2350, OTA 2410.