OTP 560 — Occupation and Technology
Uses of high to low technologies are covered, with a focus on using various technologies to support participation in meaningful activities. Students will become familiar with assistive devices, adaptive equipment, computer hardware/software, and other electronic devices that support participation of people with a range of disabilities. Students will also develop and/or adapt the tools of everyday living to support therapeutic and occupation-based activities for a range of client needs. This course will utilize both lecture and lab formats to enhance critical thinking and creativity with a variety of media in a fun and informative way.
There is a materials fee for this course.
Requirements and Prerequisites
Permission of department; OTP 500 is recommended, but not required