ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY IN REHABILITATION FIELD EXPERIENCE
Designed to fulfill the assistive technology in rehabilitation certificate field experience requirement. This course provides an opportunity to interact with assistive technologies, persons who use assistive technologies and with assistive technology researchers and providers. The student will work with the Field Experience Coordinator to make arrangements with a clinical facility and will work with a Faculty Advisor to develop a set of objectives for this experience. The student will be expected to participate a total of 45 hours per credit hour sought. Grade will be determined by Faculty Advisor based on evaluation by the clinical facility and student's internship journal, a written summary of the clinical experience, and if more than 1 credit sought, a research paper. Students are required to complete online training modules and a physical exam, including documentation of up-to-date immunizations and TB test prior to registration. Other policies may apply based on the chosen field experience site.