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Pat Capps Covey College of Allied Health Professions
Department of Occupational Therapy
 
 
 
Fieldwork
   
•  Profession
•  Faculty
•  Admission
•  Tuition/Fees/Residency
•  Core Performance Standards
•  Fieldwork
  •  Site Specific Objectives
  •  Self Assessments
  •  Entry-Level Competencies
  •  Remediation Ideas
    •  Clinical Reasoning
    •  Intervention
    •  Professional Behaviors
    •  Observation
    •  Grading Activities
    •  Therapeutic Handling
    •  Accepting Feedback
    •  Help When a Student is Failing
  •  Forms
  •  USA Curriculum
  •  Evidence Based Practice
  •  Performance Evaluation
  •  Student Projects
  •  Contact Fieldwork Supervisor
•  Pi Theta Epsilon
•  Links
•  Contact Us



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Welcome Fieldwork Supervisors

This website was created to offer support to our level II fieldwork supervisors. We really appreciate all that you do for our students. In order to assist you, we have created this website. We hope you enjoy this information and can use it for your own professional growth. We strive to provide valuable information about supervision, FWPE, site specific objectives, evidenced based practice, and various forms and suggestions as you supervise our students on their journey to becoming entry level occupational therapist. We will continue to revise the site and add new information as the years go on.

We continue to embrace the American Occupational Therapy Centennial Vision. "We envision that occupational therapy is a powerful, widely recognized, science-driven, and evidence-based profession with a globally connected and diverse workforce meeting society's occupational needs."



Phone: (251) 445-9222
Fax: 251-445-9211
Email: otdept@southalabama.edu

Mailing Address:
University of South Alabama
Pat Capps Covey College of Allied Health Professions
Department of Occupational Therapy
HAHN 2027
5721 USA Drive North
Mobile, AL 36688-0002









 
University of South Alabama Pat Capps Covey College of Allied Health Professions Department of Occupational Therapy