Alumni from the Master’s Program in Occupational Therapy and Social Inclusion processes are expected to master one or more of the following competencies:
a) To identify and analyze the factors that restrict or impede the social inclusion of the social groups previously described. For this reason, these groups should be given priority when proposing interventions to deal with this problem;
b) To analyze the relationship between incapacities and difficulties that people and social groups experience daily regarding social inclusion in the community to which they belong, seeking to align professional interventions to meet these needs;
c) To develop, implement and assess methods, strategies, technologies, and professional practice focusing on promoting the autonomy, social participation, and effective inclusion of these individuals in community life.