3 Lecture hours per week. The focus of this course is examination, evaluation and intervention and outcome assessment for children with neuromuscular impairments. Students develop appropriate observation and clinical skills necessary for completing a comprehensive evaluation and formulating a plan of care that considers relevant developmental, social, economic and cultural factors. Students will apply models of clinical decision making that include evidenced-based practice. Lecture topics will emphasize the elements of the patient and client management model for pediatric patients with neuromuscular impairments. This course is only open to students enrolled in the entry level DPT Program. This course is open only to students enrolled in the entry level DPT program. Students must be enrolled in PTY-617 Lab while taking this course.
PTY 611 lecture , lab