OT 7223: Occupational Therapy Process for Older Adults I

3 Credits

This course, the first in a three-part series, focuses on occupations and roles, habits, and routines that are typical in young-old adults ages 65 to 75 and the impact of disruption on participation. Students will apply the OT process using case-based learning for cognitive conditions and substance abuse. This course aligns with experiential learning activities to integrate concurrent coursework.

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