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OTA 1010 — Principles and Practices of Occupational Therapy    3 Credit hours  2 Contact hours

Provides an overview of the healthcare system, the role of the Occupational Therapy Assistant (OTA), and the provision of occupational therapy services. Emphasis is on the profession's historical development, domain, standards of practice, professional ethics, and models of practice/frames of reference and the use of evidence to guide clinical reasoning. Lecture and laboratory sessions will focus on the student's achieving competence with vital sign monitoring; patient positioning, bed mobility, transfers, selection and use of mobility aid; infection control and safety procedures. Abbreviations and documentation for common treatments rendered in therapy are also introduced. "C" grade policy applies.
Prerequisites: Must be remediation free with a 2.75 GPA Academic Advisor from Public Service Office 148 will verify eligibility and complete course registration
Corequisites: OTA-1010L, COM 1110.

Occupational Therapy Assistant

http://catalog.rhodesstate.edu/programs/occupational-therapy-assistant/

Ann Best, OTR/L, MHS,  Chair Phone: (419) 995-8080 Email: best.a@RhodesState.edu Office: 102L Tech Edu Lab