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Springfield, Massachusetts


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OCTH 631

Occupation, Dysfunction, and Adaptation in Adults I

This course is the first in a four-course sequence that examines occupational function, dysfunction, and adaptation in adults. This course specifically addresses clinical pathology, theory, and practice related to the physical domain of human occupation. Techniques for occupational therapy interventions, emphasizing a neurodevelopmental approach, are reviewed and practiced in laboratory experiences

Units: 3.0

OCTH 521 - Application of Theory and Evidence in Pediatric Occupational Therapy Practice
OCTH 512 - Neuroscience and Occupation I
OCTH 520 - Development, Occupation, and Performance in Childhood and Infancy
PHTH 508 - Clinical Human Anatomy II
PHTH 506 - Clinical Human Anatomy I