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OTH 213 - Occupational Engagement and Performance: Movement and Mobility


Semester Hours: 3
Fall
This course examines the physical movement and mobility determinants of occupation to provide students with knowledge and skills for developing occupation-based intervention plans related to neuromuscular and movement-related functions. Consistent with the curriculum model, this course will also focus on designing occupation-based interventions that are client-centered and involve considerations of the context, environment and evidence.

Prerequisite(s)/Course Notes:
Successful completion of all required course work of the Didactic Year 1 of the MS in Occupational Therapy Program.





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