On-Site Mentoring in Driver Rehabilitation Therapy: OTH 6157
Course 4 (of 8)
- Taught on-site during Spring semester
- Three (3) credit hours
- Instructor: Luther King, DrOT, OTR/L, CDI, CDRS
Foundations Models and Theory in Driver Rehabilitation Therapy (OTH 6150).
Applied Research in Driver Rehabilitation Therapy (OTH 6151).
- Enrolled in
Screening, Assessment, Evaluation and Intervention in Driver Rehabilitation Therapy (OTH 6153).
This course will be introduced during an on-line one-hour orientation session, then conducted for the remainder of the semester at the clinical site of the mentor, supplemented with available weekly consultation sessions with the course instructor. The course is designed to provide students with the opportunity to apply theoretical principles learned in Foundations, Models and Theory (OTH 6150), knowledge about best evidence and best practices gained in Applied Research to Driver Rehabilitation Therapy (OTH 6151), and evaluation and intervention skills acquired in Screening, Assessment, Evaluation and Intervention (OTH 6153) in a clinical setting. Under the supervision of an experienced (certified) driver rehabilitation specialist (i.e., mentor), students will make fitness to drive decisions and produce assignments consistent with the expectations to be prepared as an entry level driver rehabilitation therapist.