Walsh University Undergraduate Catalog 2012-2013
ISE 347 Sensory/Motor/Health Intervention 3 sem. hrs.
Course examines range of service needs and programs for students with significant sensory and/or physical impairments, using a transdisciplinary team approach. Problem-solving approaches and decision-making models for use of adaptive materials, equipment, and intervention techniques are examined for assessment, planning, and service delivery. Approaches, devices, and systems for social, communicative, educational, and functional daily living skills are presented. Guidelines and techniques for adaptive equipment, positioning, oral-motor eating skills, recreational-leisure activities, academic functioning, and social communication are introduced. Field-based experience with therapist/educator teams required. Prerequisites: ISE 244. Offered every semester.
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