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RHAB 4300 Assistive Technology and Independent Living

This course is intended for the Rehabilitation Science major. It introduces the concepts of assistive technology selection and training for individuals of differing ages and health status. Topics of instruction include the history, legislation, and philosophy of independent living and assistive technology, accessibility study, and completing an independent living project. Wellness and productive community living at each state of life are key areas of focus. Mechanisms of reimbursement or financial assistance will be introduced.

Credits

3 credits

Lecture Hours

3 hours

Lab Hours

0

Prerequisite

RHAB 4000 and RHAB 4010