OTED-60700 Occupational Therapy and Rehabilitation 2

This course is one in a series designed to enhance students’ clinical reasoning through the integration and application of knowledge, theory, and evidence to meet the needs of clients in society who receive rehabilitation services. A primary focus of this course is on understanding how a client’s roles, engagement, and participation are affected by different medical conditions. Students also focus on problem identification, prioritization, ethical decision making, and documentation with a focus on adult clients. Problem-based class discussions, increasingly complex cases with physical, cognitive, and contextual factors, as well as reflective writing assignments are the methods by which students gain a deeper understanding of how occupational therapists practice in rehabilitation. The students’ adoption of effective and efficient personal performance patterns and habits of mind will be emphasized.