Winter 2022 Courses

CORE 207 - An Introduction to Community Rehabilitation Practice and Professional Conduct

Practical application of the basic principles of assessment, planning and intervention with individuals/groups. Supports professional development tutorials in community practica

Course Hours:3 units; (2-1T-4)
Prerequisite(s):Community Rehabilitation 205.

L 01

Day: Thursday 
Time: 15:30 - 17:20 
Location: AD 140

B 01

Practicum 

T 01

Day: Thursday 
Time: 17:30 - 18:20 
Location: AD 140 


CORE 321 - Communication Skills in Rehabilitation

A skills-based introduction to understanding and developing basic communication skills that facilitate helpful dialogue in interpersonal, counselling, guidance and community rehabilitation related contexts.
Course Hours:3 units; (2-1)

L 01

Day: Monday
Time: 11:00 - 12:50 
Location: TBA (Foothills) 

B 01

Day: Monday
Time: 13:00 - 13:50 
Location: TBA (Foothills) 


CORE 471 - Community Rehabilitation Practice for Families and Their Children

Families with children with disabilities in the context of the family relationships, support networks, schools and communities.
Course Hours:3 units; (3-0)
Prerequisite(s):24 units, including at least one of Community Rehabilitation 205 or 209 or admission to BCR or BCR-C

L 01

Day: Tuesday
Time: 11:00 - 13:45
Location: SB 105


L 02

Day: Web
Time: Web
Location: Web 


CORE 473 - Social Justice and the Labour Force

Exploring the role of work for youth and adult with disabilities.
Course Hours:3 units; (3-0)
Prerequisite(s):24 units including at least one of Community Rehabilitation 205 and 207 or admission to BCR or BCR-C

L 01

Day: Monday
Time: 18:00 - 19:15 
Location: Web 


CORE 541 - International Disability Research and Policy

 

Disability research and policy including human rights policy and law whereby the student learns to understand local, national and global perspectives.
Course Hours:3 units; (3-0)
Prerequisite(s):54 units.

L 01

 

Day: Web
Time: Web 
Location: Web 


CORFE 547 - Health Research, Emerging Technologies and Marginalized Groups

Provides an in-depth global outlook on new, envisioned and emerging sciences and technologies and their global impact on (a) disabled people and disability studies; (b) the concept and field of rehabilitation and identity of rehabilitation professionals; (c) the concept of health professionals. Also provides an understanding of how disability studies scholars and rehabilitation and health policy, systems and care delivery scholars and professionals can enrich the new, envisioned and emerging science and technology and governance of science and technology discourse.
Course Hours:3 units; (3-0)
Prerequisite(s):48 units.    
Antirequisite(s):Credit for Community Rehabilitation 547 and 591.28 will not be allowed

L 01

Day: Web
Time: Web
Location: Web 


CORE 569 - Recovery Models: Mental Health and Disability

Clinical and interprofessional skills for those working in recovery and consumer driven programs in Community Mental Health and Disability.
Course Hours:3 units; (3-0)
Prerequisite(s):48 units.

L 01

Day: Thursday
Time: 11:00 - 13:45
Location: SB 105


L 02

Day: Web
Time: Web
Location: Web 


CORE 573 - Disability and the Law

Foundations of Canadian legal principles and practices as they affect community rehabilitation.
Course Hours:3 units; (3-0)
Prerequisite(s):54 units.

L 01

Day: Tuesday & Thursday 
Time: 9:30 - 10:45 
Location: TBA (Foothills) 


CORE 591 - Advanced Study Topics in Community Rehabilitation

Advanced study topics in community rehabilitation.
Course Hours:3 units; (3-0)
Prerequisite(s):54 units.
MAY BE REPEATED FOR CREDIT

L 01 - Topic: Disability & The Body

A study of disability, impairment, and the body in social, cultural, and historical contexts. Examination of how bodies are the way we experience the world and objects of discipline and social control. Topics include bodily expression, representation, and diversity, with a focus on challenging dominant assumptions about what is considered “natural” and “normal” in relation to bodies through an intersectional approach and readings of advanced critical disability theory.

Day: MTWRF (BLOCK WEEK Jan 3- Jan 7)
Time: 9:00 - 4:00
Location: TBA (Foothills) 
 


L 02 - Topic: Research to Action

Research to action: contemporary topics in disability and community based scholarship.
Current topics such as policy development, marginalization, social movements, the political economy, and social change will be examined through a critical disability studies lens with a focus on community based learning and community based research. Students will explore the challenges and opportunities for strong academic-community collaboration.

Day: MTWRF (BLOCK WEEK Jan 3 - Jan 7
Time: 9:00 - 4:00 
Location: SB 105


CORE 595 - Practicum II

Senior level program and management skills in partner agencies, associations and systems. Specifics to be negotiated with the student. Content on professional ethics will also be covered.
Course Hours:3 units; (2T/4-10)
Prerequisite(s):Community Rehabilitation 594.
Antirequisite(s):Credit for Community Rehabilitation 595 and 589.02 will not be allowed.
Notes:Course needs to be taken in combination with Community Rehabilitation 594 in the same academic year.

T 01

Day: Wednesday (alternating every 4 weeks)
Time: 11:00 - 12:50 
Location: SA 107

B 01

Practicum 


T 02

Day: Wednesday (alternating every 4 weeks)
Time: 11:00 - 12:50 
Location: SA 109 

B 02

Practicum 


T 03

Day: Wednesday (alternating every 4 weeks)
Time: 11:00 - 12:50
Location: SA 017

B 03

Practicum