RC 525   HUMAN GROWTH, DISABILITY, AND DEVELOPMENT ACROSS THE LIFESPAN   (3 hours)
This course provides a comprehensive study of human growth and development in the context of rehabilitation and clinical mental health counseling. Students will review human development theories across the life span and their implications and applications with persons with disabilities. Issues to be addressed include physical, emotional, moral, and cognitive development and the interaction of development and disability; human sexuality and disability; spirituality and religious aspects; transition issues as they relate to family, school, employment, aging, and disability; social and learning needs of individuals across the life span, and ethical and legal issues impacting individuals and families related to adjustment and transition.
Prerequisite(s):   Admission to the Rehabilitation Counseling Program or consent of instructor
 
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