Occupational Therapy - Spring 2017

Psychosocial Concepts/Techniqu — 3851
OTA 1620 – 2 credits
Kenneth W. Yergens, Heather L. Panczykowski

Students will be introduced to current occupational therapy and psychological models of care to address the complex needs of individuals with psychiatric and neurobehavioral disorders. Content surrounding mental health theories and trends, diagnoses and medications will be explored. Occupation-based assessment and intervention techniques will be explored and practiced in this course. Through hands on experiences, students will develop individual and group treatment sessions in clinical environment that mirror best practices in mental health. Prerequisites: OTA 1510, OTA 1520. Master Course Syllabus

Jamestown Campus

Arts & Sciences Center 121
Jan 18 – May 18 Wed 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Fundamental Skills of OTA II — 3852
OTA 1630 – 1 credit
Sarah B. Tranum

Students will build upon the knowledge gained from OTA 1530 to further develop skills necessary for professional practice. More application and evaluation of the following skills will occur: application of the OT process, treatment planning, activity analysis, computer skills, assessment use and techniques, cultural sensitivity, and portfolio development. Prerequisite: OTA 1530. Master Course Syllabus

Jamestown Campus

Arts & Sciences Center 121
Jan 23 – May 18 Mon 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Fundamental Skills of OTA II — 3853
OTA 1630 – 1 credit
Sarah B. Tranum

Students will build upon the knowledge gained from OTA 1530 to further develop skills necessary for professional practice. More application and evaluation of the following skills will occur: application of the OT process, treatment planning, activity analysis, computer skills, assessment use and techniques, cultural sensitivity, and portfolio development. Prerequisite: OTA 1530. Master Course Syllabus

Jamestown Campus

Arts & Sciences Center 121
Jan 18 – May 18 Wed 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Therapeutic Groups — 3855
OTA 1640 – 2 credits
Kathleen E. Grace

Students will be introduced to the occupational therapy continuum of therapeutic interventions. Students will structure, plan and implement individual and group interventions that are reflective of contemporary occupational therapy practice in pediatric and psychosocial settings. Various frames of reference and models of practice will be used to guide student planning. Prerequisite: OTA 1510. Master Course Syllabus

Jamestown Campus

Arts & Sciences Center 121
Jan 20 – May 18 Fri 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Therapeutic Groups — 3856
OTA 1640 – 2 credits
Sarah B. Tranum

Students will be introduced to the occupational therapy continuum of therapeutic interventions. Students will structure, plan and implement individual and group interventions that are reflective of contemporary occupational therapy practice in pediatric and psychosocial settings. Various frames of reference and models of practice will be used to guide student planning. Prerequisite: OTA 1510. Master Course Syllabus

Jamestown Campus

Arts & Sciences Center 121
Jan 20 – May 18 Fri 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Growing Years:Birth-Young Adul — 3857
OTA 1650 – 3 credits
Heather L. Panczykowski

Students will learn the major developmental disabilities across the lifespan and how a disability adversely affects the development and engagement in life roles (i.e.: student, sibling, friend, etc.). Theories of human development and occupation will be linked to provide a deeper understanding of the acquisition of functional skills and social roles of children birth to 21 years of age. Occupational assessments will be explored and relevant treatment techniques will be reviewed. Learning about treatment delivery models of children with disabilities will emphasize naturalized environments and family centered models. Prerequisites: OTA 1510 and OTA 1520. Master Course Syllabus

Jamestown Campus

Arts & Sciences Center 121
Jan 18 – May 18 Mon, Wed 8:30 am – 9:30 am
Growing Years:Birth-Young Adul — 3858
OTA 1650 – 0 credits
Heather L. Panczykowski

Students will learn the major developmental disabilities across the lifespan and how a disability adversely affects the development and engagement in life roles (i.e.: student, sibling, friend, etc.). Theories of human development and occupation will be linked to provide a deeper understanding of the acquisition of functional skills and social roles of children birth to 21 years of age. Occupational assessments will be explored and relevant treatment techniques will be reviewed. Learning about treatment delivery models of children with disabilities will emphasize naturalized environments and family centered models. Prerequisites: OTA 1510 and OTA 1520. Master Course Syllabus

Jamestown Campus

Arts & Sciences Center 146
Jan 23 – May 18 Mon 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Growing Years:Birth-Young Adul — 3859
OTA 1650 – 0 credits
Heather L. Panczykowski

Students will learn the major developmental disabilities across the lifespan and how a disability adversely affects the development and engagement in life roles (i.e.: student, sibling, friend, etc.). Theories of human development and occupation will be linked to provide a deeper understanding of the acquisition of functional skills and social roles of children birth to 21 years of age. Occupational assessments will be explored and relevant treatment techniques will be reviewed. Learning about treatment delivery models of children with disabilities will emphasize naturalized environments and family centered models. Prerequisites: OTA 1510 and OTA 1520. Master Course Syllabus

Jamestown Campus

Arts & Sciences Center 146
Jan 18 – May 18 Wed 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Growing Yrs:Birth-YAdlt-HONORS — 3906
OTA 1650 – 3 credits
Heather L. Panczykowski

Students will learn the major developmental disabilities across the lifespan and how a disability adversely affects the development and engagement in life roles (i.e.: student, sibling, friend, etc.). Theories of human development and occupation will be linked to provide a deeper understanding of the acquisition of functional skills and social roles of children birth to 21 years of age. Occupational assessments will be explored and relevant treatment techniques will be reviewed. Learning about treatment delivery models of children with disabilities will emphasize naturalized environments and family centered models. Prerequisites: OTA 1510 and OTA 1520. Master Course Syllabus

Jamestown Campus

Arts & Sciences Center 121
Jan 18 – May 18 Mon, Wed 8:30 am – 9:30 am
Intro to Professional Practice — 3860
OTA 1700 – 1 credit
Sarah B. Tranum

Students will be introduced to and will practice professionalism skills both in the classroom and in various community settings, under the direction of an occupational therapy practitioner. Preparation for and exposure to practice settings and patient interaction are the primary focus of this course. Through reflection and discussion, application of knowledge about the profession will be practiced. HIPAA regulations, mandated reporter requirements, and universal precautions will be addressed. Background checks will be completed in preparation for student experiences working with the pediatric population. Corequisites: OTA 1620 and OTA 1650. Master Course Syllabus

Jamestown Campus

Arts & Sciences Center 146
Jan 23 – May 18 Mon 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Intro to Professional Practice — 3861
OTA 1700 – 1 credit
Kathleen E. Grace

Students will be introduced to and will practice professionalism skills both in the classroom and in various community settings, under the direction of an occupational therapy practitioner. Preparation for and exposure to practice settings and patient interaction are the primary focus of this course. Through reflection and discussion, application of knowledge about the profession will be practiced. HIPAA regulations, mandated reporter requirements, and universal precautions will be addressed. Background checks will be completed in preparation for student experiences working with the pediatric population. Corequisites: OTA 1620 and OTA 1650. Master Course Syllabus

Jamestown Campus

Arts & Sciences Center 146
Jan 23 – May 18 Mon 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Intro to Professional Practice — 3907
OTA 1700 – 0 credits
Sarah B. Tranum

Students will be introduced to and will practice professionalism skills both in the classroom and in various community settings, under the direction of an occupational therapy practitioner. Preparation for and exposure to practice settings and patient interaction are the primary focus of this course. Through reflection and discussion, application of knowledge about the profession will be practiced. HIPAA regulations, mandated reporter requirements, and universal precautions will be addressed. Background checks will be completed in preparation for student experiences working with the pediatric population. Corequisites: OTA 1620 and OTA 1650. Master Course Syllabus

Jamestown Campus

Arts & Sciences Center 146
Jan 17 – May 18 TBD
Intro to Professional Practice — 3908
OTA 1700 – 0 credits
Kathleen E. Grace

Students will be introduced to and will practice professionalism skills both in the classroom and in various community settings, under the direction of an occupational therapy practitioner. Preparation for and exposure to practice settings and patient interaction are the primary focus of this course. Through reflection and discussion, application of knowledge about the profession will be practiced. HIPAA regulations, mandated reporter requirements, and universal precautions will be addressed. Background checks will be completed in preparation for student experiences working with the pediatric population. Corequisites: OTA 1620 and OTA 1650. Master Course Syllabus

Jamestown Campus

Arts & Sciences Center 146
Jan 17 – May 18 TBD