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25 - Occupational Therapy Assistant
  • PLO 2: Be able to recognize typical from atypical in the development and functioning of our clients/patients.
    • CLO 1: Demonstrate proper use of physiological and anatomical terms needed to pursue a paramedical profession
    • CLO 2: Describe normal structure and function of human cells, tissues, and the integumentary, skeletal, muscular, and nervous systems
    • CLO 3: Predict the effect of disrupting internal and external factors on homeostasis and the normal functioning of the body
    • CLO 4: Integrate information about individual systems to explain multi-system functionality
    • CLO 5: Interpret data collected during physiological experimentation and other lab activities
    • CLO 6: Manipulate models, specimens, and equipment to investigate structure and function of the integumentary, skeletal, muscular, and nervous, systems of the human body.
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