Abstract

Date Presented Accepted for AOTA INSPIRE 2021 but unable to be presented due to online event limitations.

The health and safety of OT clientele demand students' proficiency in a multitude of evaluation and intervention approaches. Subsequently, educators must use evidence-based instructional approaches to facilitate efficient high-quality learning. In this research presentation, we discuss a randomized controlled educational intervention designed to train entry-level OT students how to evaluate the accessibility of community spaces.

Primary Author and Speaker: Jaclyn K. Schwartz

Additional Authors and Speakers: Roger O. Smith, Suzanne Burns, Rochelle Mendonca, and Ingris Treminio

Contributing Authors: Alyssa Jindracek, Tori Stokes, and Jordann Young

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