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A thorough description of the activity analysis process is explained. The terms, role, occupation, activity and task are discussed, Additionally, they will learn how to modify, adapt and grade different occupational components in the activity to suite the occupational level of the client. Creative media will be discussed including music therapy, drama, crafts and arts, sculpture and their relevance to the occupational therapy process.
Second year- First semester
During this project , the student is required to design & conduct a research project , under the supervision of one of the faculty members, that uses one of the assessment tools or treatment strategies in the field of occupational therapy . the student will be required to present & submit a written document of the results.
Fourth year- First semester
In this fieldwork training, the students visit several hospitals and clinics for neurological and physical dysfunctions to apply the OT assessment and intervention methods learnt in previous courses.
Fourth year- First semester
This infrastructure module is essential for building the identity of students as occupational therapists. This is by introducing students to core concepts of occupational therapy such as: meaningful occupation, health, and quality of life, and by introducing the interrelations of those basic concepts with each other. Also this module aims to introduce students to the general theories and approaches of occupational therapy.
First year- First semester
The occupational therapy process in neurological conditions and orthopedics is studied in depth. Theories, principles, assessments and interventions are explained in focus on participation and performance. Clinical reasoning skills for making diagnostic judgments, planning interventions and promoting care givers involvement and advocacy are emphasized.
Third year- second semester
This course covers the group process as a tool to assess and facilitate societal participation. Emphasis is placed on enhancing communication and leadership skills, and clinical reasoning abilities
Third year- second semester
This module introduces Community Based Rehabilitation (CBR) as a mean for delivering rehabilitation services to individual of special needs. This module focuses on the rights of disabled for respect, social inclusion, and for getting equal opportunities in employment and education. Also this module introduces the models and concepts that underlie CBR and the role of occupational therapists in CBR
Fourth year- Second semester
This course reviews the occupational therapy assessments and interventions in treating patients with neurological (e.g., stroke, spinal cord injury and head trauma) and physical diagnoses (e.g., rheumatoid arthritis, burns, and fractures). Theories and principles that address restoration of neurobehavioral function in daily activities, self-care, and functional mobility are emphasized. Lectures are supplemented with experiential laboratory experiences.
Third year- First semester