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OTA:104Adaptive Activities II2

This course is designed to teach students about assistive technology and adaptive devices related to the problem areas commonly seen in physical dysfunction across the lifespan. Students learn to select, design, fabricate, modify and recommend adaptive equipment, including, but not limited to seating, positioning, and splinting, to enable the completion of functional tasks, as well as , how to instruct others on the safe and proper use of adaptive devices. Additional lab hours required. Prerequisites: OTA 101, OTA 103, PSY 200, PSY 205, all with a minimum grade of "C", and Reading Proficiency.