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OT Assistant

Splinting 104

Occupation-Based Splinting


  • Define occupation-based treatment as it relates to splint design and fabrication
  • Describe the influence of a client's occupational needs on splint design and selection
  • Review evidence to support preservation of occupational engagement through splinting
  • Describe how to utilize an occupation-based approach to splinting
  • Review specific hand pathologies that create the potential for occupational dysfunction
  • Describe splint design options to promote occupational engagement
  • Apply knowledge of application of occupation-based practice to a case study.

Deborah Amini, OT, CHT


$19.00 USD

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