OTP 520 — Occupation, Purpose, and Meaningfulness
This course will explore daily occupations of individuals across the lifespan. Using the language of the AOTA OT Practice Framework and a variety of OT models of practice, students will explore components of basic and instrumental activities of daily living, work, play and leisure. Analysis and clinical assessment of occupational performance will be explored as well as treatment utilizing a modify/adapt approach. The constructs of client-centered practice and the person-occupation-environment interaction will be woven through the course to highlight connections between human occupation in supporting purpose and meaning through the lifespan.
Requirements and Prerequisites
Prerequisite: Permission of the department
Co-requisites: OTP 500 ad 503 Offered Summer only