Examination of the etiology and symptoms of clinical conditions which are commonly referred to occupational therapy services. Emphasis on the effects of trauma, disease, and congenital conditions on the biological, psychological, and social domains of occupational behavior. Topics include review of procedures and precautions ensuring safety for patients and caregivers. 3 Credits (3 Lecture) Prerequisite(s): BIO115 and OCT100 and OCT101. Corequisite(s): OCT121 and OCT122 and OCT124. Spring Only.
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