Occupational therapy: Practice skills for physical dysfunction, LW Pedretti, MB Early

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Content: Jordan University of science and technology Faculty of Applied Medical Sciences Department of Allied Medical Sciences 3rd Year / 1st Semester independent living OT 315 course syllabus
Course Title Course Code Prerequisites Course Website Instructor Office Location Office Phone # Office hours E-mail Teaching Assistant(s)
Course Information Independent Living OT 315 None None Dr. Khader Al mhdawi M 5, level -4, # 15 23899 TBA [email protected] Qussi Obedat
Course Description The component aims at making the student more aware of the barriers to independent living owing to physical and/or psychological disorders, as well as of the range, selection and utilization of appropriate activities, aids and adaptations which are intended to restore maximum function and independence. Additionally, this component introduces the student to a wide range of social, leisure and recreational facilities which are appropriate to be used as treatment media for disabled people. Also, the component is intended to give the students an overview of the various problems in areas such as education, communication, self care skills, vocational guidance, as well as general difficulties like sexuality. The unit deals with the facilities which are needed to tackle these problems.
Title Author(s) Publisher Year Edition Book Website Other references
Textbook Occupational therapy practice skills for physical dysfunction Lorraine Williams Pedretti, Mary Beth Early. St. Louis : Mosby 2001 5th None Trombly G. A., Occupational Therapy for Physical Dysfunction, 6th. ed., London: Williams and Wilkins, 2003. Johnstone M., Home Care for the Stroke Patient: Living in a Pattern, 2nd. ed., Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone, 1987 Granger G., Functional Assessment in Rehabilitation Medicine, London: Williams and Wilkins, 1984.
Assessment First Exam Second Exam Final Exam Assignments
Assessment Expected Due Date 6th week 12th week Final exam period 3 assignments
Percentage 25% 25% 30% 20%
Participation Attendance
None None
COURSE OBJECTIVES 1. Establish more awareness of the disability problems in activities of daily living as result of the disease process 2. Enabling practical knowledge and experience in dealing with such problems 3. Demonstrate an ability to be able to carry out some of these activities with both individual patients as well as with groups 4. Presenting problems which the disabled person face in the major areas of daily life.
Percentage 25% 25% 15% 20%
5. Introducing facilities and services which can be provided so that the individual can cope and adapt with the disability
15%
Teaching & Learning Methods Theoretical and practical sessions, tutorials, self directed learning
learning outcomes: Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to
Related Objective(s)
Reference(s)
1
Link the expected disability to the Ch 13 & 28
various common diseases and
conditions.
1,2
Live the disability outcomes in a Trombly Ch10 , 36
simulated fashion.
1,2
Observe the various disability
Ch 13, 14 and 28
outcomes on selected patients.
2-4
Implement activities for disabled Pedretti Ch 14, 16, 18 19 and
individuals
Trombly Ch 25, 30, 32
3,4
Identify the faced problems during Pedretti Ch 14, 16, 18 19 and
implementing the selected
Trombly Trombly Ch 25, 30, 32
activities.
5
List the possible help or solution Ch 19
for each functional problem
University Library,internet,CDC
Useful Resources
Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
Course Content Topics 1. Principles of Activities of Daily Living. Assessment Cultural Aspects and Differences. Evaluation Forms and Questionnaires. Planning a Treatment Program 2. Lifting and Handling Techniques. Mobility Aids. Provision of such aids. Wheelchairs. Types of wheelchairs. Features and adaptations. 3. Architectural barriers for the disabled. Access. Inadequacy of public buildings and leisure facilities. 4. Home visits. Aims and preparations. Check lists Assessment of problems. 5. Work Evaluation and Work Hardening 6. First Exam 7. Occupational Performance 8. Leisure Activities 9. Social and Psychological outcomes of Disability 10. Assistive Technology 11. Optimizing Personal and Social Adaptation 12. Second Exam 13. Restoring the Role of Independent Person 14. Restoring Competence for Homemaker and Parent Roles 15. Sexuality and Physical Dysfunction 16. Final exams
Chapter in Textbook (handouts) Ch 13 and handouts Ch 14 and handouts Ch 14, 18 and handouts Trombly Ch10 , 36 and handouts Ch 16 and handouts Ch 12 and handouts Ch 18 and handouts Ch 28 and handouts Ch 19 and handouts Trombly Ch 25 and handouts Trombly Ch 30 and handouts Trombly Ch 32 and handouts Ch 15 and handouts
Additional Notes · Method of Assessment: Written evaluations; multiple choice questions and short essay questions. The grade will be available within a week of the exam. Correct answers will be discussed during the class · Attendance Policy: according to the university regulations; less than 10% of lectures absence. · Participation is encouraged · Grading system: 100 scale

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