The Assistive Technology course focuses on the use of assistive technology (both high- and low-tech) to enhance environmental accessibility and occupational performance across a wide spectrum of disabilities. Topics include computer programs, switches, low-vision adaptations, and other assistive devices. Ethical, critical, and clinical reasoning, along with cultural and environmental considerations, will be embedded throughout the course. 1.00 semester credit hour Contact Hours: 30.00 Prerequisites: OT 201 Theory of Pediatric Occupations and OT 235 Occupational Therapy in Physical Disabilities II. Corequisite: None.