Assisting Clients I - ASCL 1000

Credit(s): 3 | Hours: Lecture - 30, Lab - 15, Work Experience - , Other - 0

This course is a combination of theory and lab-based hands-on skills. Students will acquire the knowledge and abilities required by a recreation therapy assistant (RTA) to deliver safe and competent services to clients, including mobility, nutrition, and personal care. Students will learn the skills required to implement safe and effective client care and the proper use of equipment within the RTA scope of practice. They will also become proficient in observation and planning with regard to anticipating client care needs.

Prerequisites: COMM 1001, RHAB 1001, WELL 1000 Restricted to Therapeutic Recreation

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