Physical/Occupational Therapy

PT/OT Syllabus
PT/OT Pacing Guide
PT/OT Flyer

Student Study:
Anatomy and Physiology
Disease Processes Treated by Physical and Occupational Therapists
Skeletal System
Muscular System
Range of Motion of Joints
Therapeutic Exercises
Ethical and Legal Issues
Medical Terminology
Patient Transfers and Gait
Vital Signs
Activities of Daily Living

PREREQUISITES:
Successful completion of Biology and Algebra I     
CAMPUS LOCATION:
Butler Farm, Hampton
SESSIONS:
A.M and P.M.
CLASS SIZE:

CREDENTIALS: National Physical Therapy Aide Certification (CPTA) through American Allied Health, American Heart Association Healthcare Provider CPR
STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS: Skills USA or Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA)

Program Fees:
CPR/BLS $50.00
Program Shirt $20.00
Anatomy Resource $20.00
Student Organization Fee $17.00

INSTRUCTOR: Susan Vaughn susan.vaughn@nhrec.org 757-766-1100 ext. 3349
BIO: Graduated from Old Dominion University with a Bachelors in Physical Therapy and an Masters in Healthcare Administration, Experience: Over 30 years of Clinical and Administrative Experience in Acute care, Outpatient and Wellness settings.
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES:Certified Physical Therapy Aide(CPTA) The median annual wage for physical therapist aides was $26,240 in May 2018 according to the Bureau of Labor and Statistics
BUSINESS PARTNERS:
Sentara Belle Harbour
RESOURCES:
VDOE, CTE Resource Center – VERSO