PT 6401: Pediatric Rehabilitation Elective

3 Credits

This course will expand upon the study of pediatric rehabilitation introduced in PT6288 to a greater variety of pediatric diagnoses and treatment settings. Pediatric evaluations will be administered in accordance with the Guide to Physical Therapy Practice 3.0 and the International Classification of Functioning, Disability, and Health (ICF) Model. Pediatric screenings will be practiced in the community. Students will gain exposure to health and wellness activities for children/adolescents with developmental disabilities to improve community participation and gross motor outcomes. Selection of adaptive equipment for children with physical and developmental disabilities will be explored, along with communication with a multidisciplinary assistive technology team and medical justification documentation. Evidence-based child and family-appropriate treatment techniques will be expanded from PT6288. prereq: Registered PT student

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