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Learning outcomes of the course
The student is able to explain the theoretical concepts underpinning occupational therapy, specifically the occupational nature of human beings and their performance of occupations. The student is able to explain the relationship between occupational performance, health and well-being. The student is able to work according to the principles of client centered practice. The student has practiced building a therapeutic relationship with a client. The student can establish collaborative partnerships and understands the clients´ right to have their occupational needs met The students appreciate and respect individual differences, cultural beliefs, customs and their influence on occupation and participation.The student can analyse occupations.
Meeting and guiding a client.
Getting to know the work environments of an occupational therapist.
Membership of a group.
Exam and learning diaries.
Prerequisites and co-requisites
Assessment criteria - grade 1 and 2
In the practical training situations the student is able to work according to the principles of client centered practice. The student can build a positive relationship with a client and with students. The student appreciates and respects individual differences. In the learning diary and in exam the student is able to explain the theoretical concepts of occupational therapy and knows activity analysis.