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Springfield, Massachusetts


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OCTH 525

Development, Dysfunction, and Occupational Therapy Adaptation in Adolescents

This course involves the study of human performance from school age through young adulthood, emphasizing normal and dysfunctional processes which may affect growth and development, learning, self-care, leisure, peer relations, and family functioning. Various theories and occupational therapy frames of reference are utilized in understanding the life tasks of adolescents. Intervention strategies are covered and practiced in a one-hour weekly lab

Units: 3.0

OCTH 503 - Professional Seminar I
OCTH 501 - Occupational Therapy Fundamentals