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What are some assumptions about man?
(1)
NAME
bridge gap btwn medicine and community
OT
OTs bridge gap btwn (1)and (2)
(1)medicine (2)community
NAME
provide the skills for the job of living
OTs
OTs provide the skills for the job of (1)
living
What are some assumptions about man? (5)
(1)whole of human organization has it shape in a kind of rhythm (2)the body is a live ogranism pulsating w its rhythm of rest and activity (3)man is an organism that maintain and balances itself in the world of reality and actuality by being in active life and active use (4)there are values of reality and actuality (5)man must have a balance btwn work, play, rest, and sleep
How is the balance maintained ?
by actual practice of balancing work, play, rest, and sleep
What are some assumptions about time? (3)
need to take into accound past and present (2)the human organism uses, lives, and acts time in harmony w its own nature and the nature about it (3)can organize it
Man is considered a (1)
living organism
What are some assumptions about occupation and performance? (3)
(1)there should be a blend of work and pleasure (2)the best of reality and actuality is real performance (3)need to perform and complete tasks (4)
NAME
this is its own judge and regulator and therefore the most dependable and influential part of life
performance
(1)and (2)are the backbone of essense of realization of reality
performance and completion
T or F
man today has not lost the capacity and pride of workmashisp
false
What are some assumptions about disease? (3)
(1)many diseases are largely problems of diseases (2)psychiatrisits recoginze the need for adaption and the value of work as help in problems of adapation (3)are problems of living not jst disease
People are creatures of (1)
habit
What are some assumptions about OT?
respect interests and capabilities of patients (2)tries to do justice to speacil needs of client (3)should be concerned w full meaning of time and valuation of oppoturnity
What is paradigm?
are the core values of OT/who we are
NAME
these are the core values of the OT/who we are
paradigm
What is occupational science?
is the study of human as an occupational being
NAME
this is the study of human as an occupational being
occupational science
T or F
occupational therapy only involves occupational science
false
What are two different ways knowledge is used in the practice? (2)
(1)the heirarchical model o f technical rationality (2)scholarship of practice
What is the hierarchical model of technical rationality?
researchers generate knowledge based on theory then practitioners determine how to implement the implications of theory and research in practice
NAME
in this model of the use of knowledge--researchers generate knowledge based on theory then practitioners determine how to implement the implications of theory and research in practice
hierarchical model of technical rationality
What is the differ btwn hierarchical model of technical rationality and the scholarship of practice?
(1)hierarchical model of technical rationality- researchers generate knowledge based on theory then practitioners determine how to implement the implications of theory and research in practice
(2)scholarship of practice= theorists/researchers and practitioners work together to generate knowledge
NAME
in this model, theorists/researchers and practitioners work together to generate knowledge
scholarship of practice
What is the scholarship of practice?
in this model, theorists/researchers and practitioners work together to generate knowledge
What are the (3)layers of knowledge on which OT is based?
(1)paradigm (2)conceptual practice model (3)related knowledge from other fields
Draw the (3)layers of knowledge on which OT is basd
see pg 15
NAME
this has three layers:(1)paradigm (2)conceptual practice model (3)related knowledge from other fields
knowledge on which OTs is based
NAME
these unify the field and define the nature and purpose of ot
paradigm
NAME
this is used to develop theory and guide practice
conceptual practice models
What are the (3)parts of the paradigm?
(1)values (2)core constructs (3)focal viewpoint
NAME
this has (3)elements--values, core construcuts, focal viewpoints
paradigm
Draw a pic of what the paradigm looks like
see notes
What are exemplars?
are succienct demonstrations of how the work of the discpline could and should be done
NAME
this are succient demonstrations of how the work of the displcine should and could be done
exemplars
Draw a pic of the stages of paradigm development
see pg 30
NAME
this usally develops bc of a crisis
paradigm
Describe OTs paradigm history (4)
started w (1)the moral treatment paradigm (2)the paradigm of occupation (3)mechanistic paradigm (4)call for new paradigm
What is focal viewpoint?
provides a way of thinking about the world and the frames the knowledge of the field
What is core construct?
address the human needs served, the kinds of problems solved and the nature of the service
What are values in OT?
id whats important, the good served, and the proper way of going about the profession
NAME
this provides a way of thinking about the world and the frames the knowledge of the field
focal viewpoint
NAME
this addresses the human needs served, the kinds of problems solved and the nature of the service
core construct
NAME
this id whats important, the good served, and the proper way of going about the profession
values
What is the moral treatment preparadigm?
everyone should be treated equally and that participation in the various tasks and events of everyday life could restore persons to more healthy and satisfying functioning
NAME
this is considered the preparadigm of OT
moral treatment
NAME
this says taht everyone should be treated equally and that participation in the various tasks and events of everyday life could restore persons to more healthy and satisfying functioning
moral treatment preparadigm
Explain the paradigm of occupation
see chart on pg 44
Explain the paradigm of occupation
see chart on pg 44
Explain the paradigm of mechanistic paradigm
see chart on pg 55
Explain the paradigm of mechanistic paradigm
see chart on pg 55
Explain the paradigm of mechanistic paradigm
see chart on pg 55
What is holism?
is recoginzing the connection tbwn the mind, body, and spirit
NAME
this recognizes the connection btwn the mind, body, and spirit
holism
What are the core constructs of the paradigm of occupation? (4)
(1)occupation is essential to the role in human life and health (2)need a balance of rest, play, and work (3)mind and body are linked (4)occupations can be used to regenerate lost function
NAME
these include (1)occupation is essential to the role in human life and health (2)need a balance of rest, play, and work (3)mind and body are linked (4)occupations can be used to regenerate lost function
core constructs of the paradigm of occupation
What are the focal viewpoint of the paradigm of occupation?
environment, mind, and body are interrelated
What are the integrated values of the paradigm of occupation?
(1)human dignity as realized in performance (2)importance of occupation for health (3)holistic viewpoint
NAME
the values for this paradigm include (1)human dignity as realized in performance (2)importance of occupation for health (3)holistic viewpoint
paradigm of occupation
How did the mechanistic paradigm come about?
(1)pressure from medicine to establish a theoretical rationale and evidence for practice (2)reductionism in medicine
NAME
this came about bc of pressure from medicine to establish a theoretical rationale and evidence for practice and reductionsim in medicine
mechanistic paradigm
What is reductionism?
assumes that the world is a vast mechanisms in which laws of cause and effect govern the interrelationships of its parts
NAME
this assumes that the world is a vast mechanisms in which laws of cause and effect govern the interrelationships of its parts
reductionism
What are the core constructs of the mechanistic paradigm? (3)
(1)the ability to perform depends on the integrity of the nervous, musculoskeletal, and intrapsychic systems (2)damage or abnormal development in the inner systems can result in incapcity (3)functional performance can be restored by improving /compensating for limiations in inner systems
What are the focal viewpoints of the mechanistic paradigm?
the internal mechinism--the internal intrapsychicm neurological and kinesiological workings
NAME
this paradigm's focal viewpoints include the the internal mechinism--the internal intrapsychicm neurological and kinesiological workings
mechanistic paradigm
What is are the values of the mechanistic paradigm? (3)
(1)precise knowledge and understanding of the inner workings (2)value of the inner workings to function (3)value of media as a means to reduce incapacity
NAME
this paradigm's values include(1)precise knowledge and understanding of the inner workings (2)value of the inner workings to function (3)value of media as a means to reduce incapacity
mechanistic paradigm
What are some types of impairments?
sensory (2)muscuoloskeletal (3)nervous (4)elementry (5)tetamentry
What is the differ btwn impairments, disability, and handicap?
(1)impairments-is the part of the system that is broke on the indvl level functional loss of doing something important (2)disabiltiy the functional loss of doing something important to us (3)handicap-ability to function w in soceity
T or F
if a person have an impairment they have a disablity
false
T or F
an indvl may not have a disability in their environment
true
What is impairment?
is the part of the system that is broke on the indvl level
NAME
this is the part of the system that is broke on the indvl level
impairment
WHat is disability?
is the functional loss of doing something important to us
NAME
the functional loss of doing something important to us
disability
a person's (1)affects disability
environment
environment affects (1)
disability
Give ex of a disabiltiy?
a stab vicitim cannot drive
There a stroke victim. give an ex of a disabiltiy and impairment
(1)disability=picking up objects
(2)impairment=disabiltiy delay
T or F
health is not different for each culture
false
Who determines health?
culture
NAME
this is determined by culture
health
T or F
blue.cross blue shield covers differ things in differ parts of the us bc the def of health is differ in each area
true
How is health care different in USA compared to CANADA?
CANADA=socilaization (everynoe gets it) and longer lines (2)USA=capatlization, short lines, relay on insurance companies, medicaid and medicare biggest insurance companies,
How are the health care system in Canada and United States similar?
both are futureistic
Describe the USA health care system
capatlization, short lines, relay on insurance companies, medicaid and medicare biggest insurance companies,
Describe the health system in Canada,
long lines and socialization (everyone gets it)
What are the biggest insurance companies in USA?
Medicaid and Medicare
Medicaid and Medicare are the biggest (1)
insurance comanpies providers in USA
(1)are the biggest insurance providers in USA
Medicaid and Medicare
Draw the IHD chart
see notes
What does ICDH stand for?
international classification of disabilties and handicaps
What is handicap?
is the ability to function w. in soceity
NAME
this when society inhibits someone from engaging in a occupation they find meaningful
handicap
Disabiltiy happens to your (1)
body
Before the creation of the framework, what was the common document usd by ots?
ut-iii
ut-iii was used before the (1)
framework
Why was the framework created?
to provide an overview of profession and more then a glossary of terms
NAME
this is the process related to OT
framework
T or F
they are developing a new framework
true
What are some bad things about making up a new framework?
people inside profession dont understand why
What are some good things about making up a new framework?
the practice changes w changing technology...so it would be more updated (2)
What are some intended purposes for the framework?
(1)what we believe (2)to describe the domain that centers and grounds the profession (3)used to outline the process of occupational therapy evulation and intervention
NAME
some purposes for this include (1)what we believe (2)to describe the domain that centers and grounds the profession (3)used to outline the process of occupational therapy evulation and intervention
framework
WHat is the domain?
what is important to the indvl
NAME
what is important to invdl
domain
the (1) of OT focuses on assisting people to engage in daily life activties that they find meaningful and purposeful
domain
NAME
this is board term that OT practioners use to capture the breath and meaning of everyday life of occupation
domain of OT
the meaning of "everyday of life' is (1)
occupation
NAME
this is the meaning of "everyday life"
occupation
T or F
all activtie are occupations of everyday living
false
Are all activties occupations of daily living
no
NAME
these are activities of everyday life, named, organized, and given value by indvl and culture
occupations
What are occupations?
are activities of everyday living, named, organized and given value by indvl and culture
NAME
these are are activities of everyday living, named, organized and given value by indvl and culture
occupations
performance changes are directed to (1)
support engagement in meaningful occupations that subsequently affect health, well-being, and life satisfaction
T or F
the profession views occupation as both a means and end
true
The profession views occupation as both a (1)and (2)
means and end
What does this saying mean.
the profession views occupation as both a means and end
that occupations are both part of goal and treaments
What are the (3)types of elderly?
old....(2)old old (3)old old old
How can change performance to affect health and well being?
(1)change in environment such as moving (2)getting old (3)having disease
occupations are generally viewed as activties hving unique (1)
meaning and purpose
NAME
these are central to persons and competence and they infleunce how are spends time and make descisions
occupations
What is competence level?
is the level of understanding of what can/cannot do
NAME
is the level of understanding of what can/cannot do
competence level
What is the differ occupation, activity, and domain?
(1)occupation-
are purposeful activities of everyday life that, named, organized, and given value and meaning by indl and culture
(2)activity=describes a general classes of human action is goal directed
(3)domain-area of human activity that importat to invdl
What is the differ occupation, activity, and domain?
(1)occupation-
are purposeful activities of everyday life that, named, organized, and given value and meaning by indl and culture
(2)activity=describes a general classes of human action is goal directed
(3)domain-area of human activity that importat to invdl
T or F
a person may partcipate in activties to achieve a goal but they do not have meaning
true
T or F
all activties are occupations
false
Why are some activties not considered occupations?
bc not every activtiy has meaning for us such as puting on underwear
NAME
this frames the arena in which OTs evaluations and intervention occurs
domain of OT
T or F
no one aspect outlined in the domain firgue is considered more important than other
true
What are ADLs?
are activities that are oriented toward taking care of one's own body
NAME
these are activities that are oriented toward taking care of one's own body
ADLs
What are are (2)other names for ADLs?
(1)BADL (2)PADL
What does BADL stand for ?
basic activities of daily living
What does PADL stand for?
personal activities of daily living
Give some example ADL ? (11)
(1)bathing...showering (2)bowel and bladder management (3)dressing (4)eating (5)feeding (6)functional mobility (7)personal device care (8)personal hygiene and grooming (9)sexual activity (10)sleep/rest (11)toilet hygiene
NAME
some example of these include (1)bathing...showering (2)bowel and bladder management (3)dressing (4)eating (5)feeding (6)functional mobility (7)personal device care (8)personal hygiene and grooming (9)sexual activity (10)sleep/rest (11)toilet hygiene
ADLs
What is an activity?
are actions that are goal directed
NAME
these are actions that are goal directed
activity
What are activity demands?
are the aspects of the activity
NAME
are the aspects of the activity
activity demands
What are some examples of activity demands? (7)
(1)the object (2)space (3)social demands (4)sequencing or timing (5)required actions (6)required underlying body function (7)body structures needed to carry out activity
What are some examples of activity demands? (7)
(1)the object (2)space (3)social demands (4)sequencing or timing required actions (5)required underlying body function (6)body structures needed to carry out activity
What is adaptation as an outcome
is a change a person makes in his or her response approach when the person encounters an occupational challenge
NAME
this is a change a person makes in his or her response approach when the person encounters an occupational challenge
adaptation as an outcome
NAME
this change is implemented when the indvls' customary response are found inadequate for producing some degree of mastery over the challenge
adapation as an outcome
adaptation is is implemented when the (1)
indvl customary response are found inadequate for producing some degree of mastery over the challenge
What is adaptation as an performace skill?
relates to the ability to anticipate, correct for, and benefit by learning from the consequences of errors that arise in the course of task performance
NAME
relates to the ability to anticipate, correct for, and benefit by learning from the consequences of errors that arise in the course of task performance
adaptation as an performance skills
What are areas of occupation?
are various kinds of life activities in which people engage
NAME
these are various kinds of life activties in which people engage in including ADL, eduaction, work, play, lesuire, and social participation
areas of occupation
What is assessment?
to specfic tools or instruments that are used during the evaluation process
NAME
these refers to specific tools or instruments that are used during the evaluation process
assessment
What is body function?
the physciological functions of the body systems
NAME
the physciological functions of the body systems
body function
What is body structures?
are anatomical parts of the body such as organs, limbs, and their components
NAME
are anatomical parts of the body such as organs, limbs, and their components
body structures
NAME
this includes indvl, groups or pop the ot may treat
client
What are client factors?
are factors w.in the client and that may affect occupational performance
NAME
these are factors such as body function and body structures that reside w.in the cleint and that may affect performance
client factors
What is client satisfaction?
the client's affective response to his or her perceptions of the process and benefits of receiving occupation therapy services
NAME
this is the client's affective response to his or her perceptions of the process and benefits of receiving occupation therapy services
client satisfaction
NAME
this is an orientation that honors the desires and priorties of cleints in designing and implementing interventiosn
client centered approach
NAME
this refers to conveying intentions and needs as well as coordinated social behavior to act together w people
communication skills
What are communication skills?
refers to conveying intentions and needs as well as coordinated social behavior to act together w people
Communicaion skill is also called (1)
interaction skills
(1)is also called interaction skills
communication skills
NAME
this refers to a variety of interrelated conditions w.in and surrounding the client that influenced the performance
context
What is cultural?
are customs, beliefs, activity patterns, behavior standards, and expectations accepted by the soceity of which the indvl is a memebr
NAME
these are customs, beliefs, activity patterns, behavior standards and expectations accepted by the society of which the indvl belongs
cultural
WHat is dynamic assesment?
describes a process used during intervention implementation for testing the hypothesis generated through the evulation process
NAME
this describes a process used during intervention implementation for testing the hypothesis generated through the evulation process
dynamic assesment
NAME
this allows for evaluation of change and intervention affectinvess during intervention and asseses the interactions amoung the pesron, environment, and activity to understand how the client learns and approaches activties
dynamic assesment
What is education?
activties needed for being a student and participaing in learning environment
NAME
this includes activties needed for being a student and participating in a learning environment
education
What is engagement in occupation?
when a person is because of motivation, self choice, and meaning choices to engage in an occupation
NAME
this the term recoginzes the commitment made to performance in occupations or activties as the result of self choice, motivation, and meaning and alludes to the objective and subjectives aspects being used to carry out the occupation
engagement in occupation
What is evaluation?
refers to the process of obtaining and interpreting the data necessary for intervention
NAME
this refers to the process of obtainin gand interpreting the data neccesary for intervention
evaluation
What are goals?
the result or achievement toward which effort is directed
NAME
this is the result or achievement toward which effort is directed
goals
NAME
this is an automatic behavior that is integrtated into more complex patterns that enable the person to function on a day to day basis
habits
What are habits?
is an automatic behvaior that is integrated into more complex patterns that enable the person to function on a day to day basis
T or F
habits can either support or interfere w performance in areas of occupation
true
NAME
this is a complete state of physical, mental, and social well0being and not jst the absence of diseae or infirmity
health
What is health?
is a complete state of physical, mental, and social well being and not jst the absence of disease or infirmity
What is idenity?
def of self and includes an values and potentials
NAME
this is a def of self and includes an interpersonal aspect, aspect of potential, and a values aspect
identity
identity reflects and is influenced by (1)
soceity
What independence?
is having adequate resources to accomplish everyday tasks
NAME
this is having adequate resources to accomplish everyday tasks
independence
NAME
the profession views this as the ability to self-determine activity performance regardless of who actually performs the acivity
independence
What does IADL stand for?
instrumental activties of daily living
What is IADL?
activties that are oriented toward interacting w the environment and that are often complex
NAME
these are activties that are oriented toward interacting w the environment and that are often complex
IADL
T or F
IADL are generally optional in nature
true
Are IADL generally optional in nature?
yes
Give ex some examples of IADL? (11)
(1)care of pets (2)child rearing (3)communication device used (4)community mobility (5)financial management (6)health management and maintenance (7)home establishment and management (8)meal preparation and clean up (9)safety procedures and emergency responses (10)shopping (11)care of others
NAME
some exs of this include (1)care of pets (2)child rearing (3)communication device used (4)community mobility (5)finanical management (6)health management and maintenance (7)home establishment and management (8)meal preparation and clean up (9)safety procedures and emergency responses (10)shopping
IADL
What are interests?
is a disposition to find pleasure and satisfaction in occupations and self knowledge of our enjoyment of occupation
NAME
this is a disposition to find pleasure and satisfaction in occupations and self-knowledge of our enjoyment of occupation
intersts
NAME
these are specfic strategies o direct the process of intervention that are based on the cleints desired outcomes, evaluation date, an evidence
intervention approaches
What are some examples or types of intervention approaches?(5)
(1)create promote health (2)establish/restore (3)maintain (4)modify (5)prevent
NAME
some examples of this include creating and promoting health, establishing. restoring, maintaining, modifying, and preventing
intervention approaches
What is intervention implementation?
is the skilled process of effected change in the clients occupation performance leading to engagement in occupations or activties to support particpation
NAME
this is the skilled process of effected change in the clients occupation performance leading to engagement in occupations or activties to support particpation
intervention implementation
What is the intervention review?
is a continous process for reavaluting and reviewing the intervention plan
NAME
this is a continous process for reevaluating and reviewing the intervnetion plan
intervention review
What does intervention involve? (4)
(1)therapetuc use of self (2)therapeutic use of occupations/activties (3)consultation process (4)education process
NAME
this involves the use of therapeutic use of self, therapeutic use of occupations/activties, consultation process, and education process
intervention
What is leisure?
is a nonobilgatory activtiy that is intrinsically motivated and engaged in during discretionary time
NAME
this is a non-obligatory activtiy that is intrinscially motivated and engaged in during discretionary time
leisure
WHat are motor skills?
are skills in moving and interacting w tasks, objects, an d environment
NAME
these are skills in moving and interacting w tasks, objects and environment
motor skills
NAME
are activties of everday life, named, organized, and given value and meaning by indvls and a culture
occupation
NAME
is everything people do to occupy themselves, including looking after themeselves...enjoying people do to occupy themselves including looking after themeselves..enjoying life..and contributing to the social and economic fabric of their communties
occupation
NAME
is the ability to carry out activties of daily life
occupational perforamnce
What is occupational performance?
is the abiltiy to carry out activties of daily life
What is occupational profile?
a profile that describes the cleint's occupational history, patterns of daily living, interests, values, and needs
NAME
this is a a profile that describes the cleint's occupational history, patterns of daily living, interests, values, and needs
occupational profile
What are outcomes?
important dimensions o health attributed to interventions including ability to function, health perceptions and satififaction w care
NAME
these are important dimensions o health attributed to interventions including ability to function, health perceptions and satififaction w care
outcomes
What is participation?
involvement in life situations
NAME
this is involvement in life situations
participation
What is performance patterns?
are patterns of behaviors related to daily life activties that are habitual or routine
NAME
are patterns of behaviors related to daily life activties that are habitual or routine
performance patterns
Performance patterns include (1)and (2)
habits and routines
NAME
this includes habits and routines
performance patterns
What is performance skills?
features of what one does related observable to elements of action hve implicit functional purpose
NAME
are features of what one does not of what one has related..oobserveable elements of action hve implicit functional purpose
performance skills
What is personal?
features of the indvl that are not part of health
NAME
these are features of the indvl that are not part of health
personal
What is physical?
are nonhuman aspects of context such a natural terrain, plants, animals, buildings, and funiture, objects, and tools
NAME
this refers to nonhuman aspect of context such a natural terrain, plants, animals, buildings, funiture, objects, and tools
physical
What is play?
is an spointaneous or organized activity that provides enjoyment, entertainment, amusement or diversion
NAME
this is a spontaneous or organized activity that provides enjoyment, entertianment, amusement, or diversion
play
What is prevention?
is promoting healthy lifestyle at the indvl, group, organization, community or govt policly level
NAME
this is promoting healthy lifestyle at the indvl, group organization, community or govt policy level
prevention
What is process skills?
are skills used in managing and modifying action en route to the completion of daily life tasks
NAME
these are skills used in managing and modifying action en route to the completion of daily life skills
process skills
What is purposeful activity?
an activity used in treatment that is goal directed that the the client sees as meaningful or purposeful
NAME
this is an activity used in treatment that is goal directed that the client sees as meaningful or purposeful
purposeful activity
What is quality of life?
is a person's dynamic appraisl of his or her life satisfactions, self concept, health, functioning and socioenconomic factors
NAME
this is a person's dynamic appraisl of his or her life satisfactions, self concept, health, functioning, and socioeconomic factors
quality of life
What is reevaluation?
is a reassesment of the client's performance and goals to determine the type and amount of change
NAME
this is the reassesment of the cleint's performance and goals to determine the type of and amount of change
reevaluation
What is role competence?
is the ability to effectively meet the demand of roles in which the client engages
NAME
this is the ability to effectively meet the demand of roles in which the client engages
role competence
What is a role?
a set of behaviors that have socially agreed upond function and for which there is a an accepted code of norms
NAME
these are a set of behvaiors that have socailly agreed upon function and for which there is an accepted code of norms
role
What is routines?
occupations w established sequences
NAME
these are occupations w established sequence
routines
What is self-efficacy?
are people's beliefs to their capabilities to oraganize and execute the courses of action required to deal w prospective situations
NAME
these are people's beliefs to their capabilities to organize and execute the courses of action required to deal w propspective situations
self-efficacy
What is social context?
availability and expectations of significant indvls such as spouse, friends, and caregivers and social groups
NAME
this is the availability and expectations of significant indvls such as spouse, friends, caregivers, and social groups
social
What is social participation?
refers to behaviors that are expected of an indvl in a given position w. a social system
NAME
this is organized patterns of behevior that characteristic and expected of an indvl in a given position w. a social system
social participation
What is spiritual?
is the fundamental orientation of a person's life; that which inspires and motivates the indvl
NAME
this is the fundamental orientation of a person's life that which inspires and motivates the indvl
spiritual
What is temporal?
location of occupational performance in time
NAME
this is the location of occupational performance in time
temporal
What are values?
a coherent set of convictions that assigns significance or standards to occupations
NAME
this is a coherent set of convictions that assigns significance or standards to occupations
values
What is virtual?
environment in which communication occurs by means of airways or computers and absence of physical context
NAME
this is an environment in which communication occurs by means of airways or computers and absence of physical context
virtual
What is wellness?
is the condition of being in good health in which there is a balance of mental and physical fitness
NAME
this is the condition of being in good health in which there is a balance of mental and physical fitness
wellness
t or F
wellness is more than the absence of disease
true
wellness is more than jst hte absence of (1)
a diseaes
What is work?
includes activities needed for engaging in employment or volunteer activities
NAME
this includes activities needed for engaging in employment or volunteer activties
work
draw a chart of the domain of ot
see framework pg 611
draw a chart of the domain of ot
see framework pg 611
draw a chart of the domain of ot
see framework pg 611
What are some performance in areas of occupation? (7)
(1)ADL (2)IADL (3)education (4)work (5)play (6)leisure (7)social participation
NAME
these include ADL, IADL, education, work, play, leisure, and social participation
performance areas of occupation
According to the framework, what are some performance skills? (3)
(1)motor skills (2)process skills (3)communication
communication skills are also called (1)
interaction skills
(1)are also called interaction skills
communication skills
NAME
these include motor skills, process skills, and communication skills
performance skills
What are performance patterns? (3)
habits (2)routines (3)roles
NAME
these include habits, routines, and roles
performance patterns
What are the different types of context? (7)
(1)cultural (2)physical (3)social (4)personal (5)spiritual (6)temporal (7)virtual
NAME
these include cultural, physical, social, personal, spirtual, temporal, and virtual
context
What are some activity demands? (7)
(1)objects used in their properties (2)space demands (3)social demands (4)sequencing and timing (5)required actions (6)required body functions (7)required body structures
NAME
some of these include objects used in their properties, space demands, social demands, sequencing and timing,required actions, required body functions, and required structures
activity demands
What are some client factors? (2)
body functions and body structures
NAME
these include body functions and structures
client factors
draw the framework collaborative process model
see pg 614 of the practice framework
draw the framework collaborative process model
see pg 614 of the practice framework
draw the framework collaborative process model
see pg 614 of the practice framework
what are the steps involved in the evaluation process? (2)
(1)occupational profile (2)anaylsis of occupational performance
What are the steps of the intervention? (3)
(1)intervention plan (2)intervention implementation (3)intervention review
NAME
the steps to this include intervention plan, intervention implemetation, and intervention review
intervention
NAME
these steps include occupational profile and analysis of occupational profile and anayalsis of occupational performance
evaluation
NAME
this is the intial step in the evaluation process that provides an understanding of the cleint's occupational history and experiences, patterns of daily living, interests, values, and needs
occupational profile
NAME
this is the step in the evaluation process during which the client's assests, problems, or potential problems are more specfically id
anaylsis of occupational performance
NAME
this is a plan that will guide actions taken and that is developed in collaboration w the cleint, it ias based on theories, frames of reference, and evidence.
intervention
NAME
this is ongoing actions taken an influence and support improved client performance,
intervention implementation
NAME
a review of the implementation of the plan and process as well as its progress toward targeted outcomes
intervention review
NAME
determination of sucess in reaching desired targeted outcomes.
outcomes
What does ADL stand for?
activties of daily living
What are some types of ADLs? (11)
(1)bathing showering (2)bowel and bladder management (3)dressing (4)eating (5)feeding (6)functional mobility (7)personal device care (8)personal hygiene and grooming (9)sexual activity (10)sleep/rest (11)tiolet hygine
What are some exs of ADLs? (10)
(1)bathing showering (2)bowel and bladder management (3)dressing (4)eating (5)feeding (6)functional mobility (7)personal device care (8)personal hygiene and grooming (9)sexual activity (10)sleep/rest (11)tiolet hygine
NAMe
some exs of these include (1)bathing showering (2)bowel and bladder management (3)dressing (4)eating (5)feeding (6)functional mobility (7)personal device care (8)personal hygiene and grooming (9)sexual activity (10)sleep/rest (11)tiolet hygine
ADls
What are ADLs?
are activties oriented toward taking care of one's own body
NAME
these are activties oriented toward taking care of one's own body
ADLs
What is bathing/showering?
is obtaining and use supplies such as soap, rinshing, drying body parts and transfering to and from bathing positions
NAME
this is obtaining and using supplies such as soap, rinsing, drying body parts, and transfering to and from bathing positions
bathing/showering
What does BADL stand for?
Basic activties of daily living
what does PADL stand for?
personal activties of daily living
what is bowel and bladder managment?
includes complete intentional control of bowel movements and urinary bladder and if necessary use of equipment or agents for bladder control
NAMe
this includes complete intentional control of bowel movements and urinary bladder and if necessary use of equipment or agents for bladder control
bowel and bladder management
What is dressing?
is selecting clothing and acessories approprite to time of day, weather, and occusion, obtaining clothing from storage, dressing and undressing in sequential fashion, fastening and adjusting clothing and shoes and applying and removing personal devices, prostheses or orthoses
NAME
this is selecting clothing and acessories approprite to time of day, weather, and occusion, obtaining clothing from storage, dressing and undressing in sequential fashion, fastening and adjusting clothing and shoes and applying and removing personal devices, prostheses or orthoses
dressing
What is eating?
is the ability to keep and manipulate food/fluid in the mouth and swallow
NAME
this is the ability to keep and manipulate food/fluid in the mouth and swallow
eating
What feeding?
the process from the plate or cup to the mouth
NAME
this is the process from the plate or cup to the mouth
feeding
What is functional mobility?
moving from one position or place to another such as in bed mobility, transfers,
NAME
this is moving from on position or place to another such as in bed mobility and transfers
functional mobility
What is personal device care?
using cleaning, and maintaining personal care items such as hearing aids, contacts lenses, glasses, orthotics, prosthetics, adapative equipment, and contracptive and sexual devices
NAME
this using cleaning, and maintaining personal care items such as hearing aids, contacts lenses, glasses, orthotics, prosthetics, adapative equipment, and contracptive and sexual devices
personal device
What is personal hygiene and grooming?
obtaining and using supplies, removing body hair, applying and removing cosemtics, washing, drying, combing, stlying, brushing, and trimming hair, caring for nails, caring for skin, ears, eyes, and nose, applying deodorant, cleaning mouth, brushing and flossing teeth, or removing cleaning and reinserting dental orthotics and prosthetics
NAME
this is obtaining and using supplies, removing body hair, applying and removing cosemtics, washing, drying, combing, stlying, brushing, and trimming hair, caring for nails, caring for skin, ears, eyes, and nose, applying deodorant, cleaning mouth, brushing and flossing teeth, or removing cleaning and reinserting dental orthotics and prosthetics
personal hygiene and grooming
What is sexual actvity?
engangment in activties that result in sexual satisifcation
NAME
this is engagement in activties that result in sexual satisfication
sexual activity
What is sleep/rest?
a period of inactivity in which one may or may not suspend consciousness
NAME
this is a period of inactivity in which one may or may not suspend consciousness
sleep/rest
What is toilet hygiene?
obtaining and using supplies, clothing management, maintain toileting position, transferring to and from toileting position, cleaning body and caring for menstrual and continence needs
NAME
this is obtaining and using supplies, clothing management, maintain toileting position, transferring to and from toileting position, cleaning body and caring for menstrual
toilet hygiene
What does IADL stand for?
instrumental activties of daily living
ADL are also called (1)or (2)
PADLs (2)BADLS
(1)are also called PADLS and BADLS
ADLS
ADLS are also called (1)and (2)
BADLs
ADLS are also called BADLS and (2)
PADLS
What are IADLs?
are activties that are oriented toward interacting w the environment and that are often complex==generally optional in nature
NAME
these are activties that are oriented toward interacting w the environment and that are often complex--generally optional in nature
IADLS
What are some examples of IADLs? (11)
(1)care of others (including selecting and supervising caregivers) (2)care of pets (3)child rearing (4)communication device care (5)community mobility (6)finanical managment (7)health management and maintenance (8)home establishment and management (9)meal prep and clean up (10)safety procedures and emergency responses (11)shopping
NAME
some exs of these include (1)care of others (including selecting and supervising caregivers) (2)care of pets (3)child rearing (4)communication device care (5)community mobility (6)finanical managment (7)health management and maintenance (8)home establishment and management (9)meal prep and clean up (10)safety procedures and emergency responses (11)shopping
IADLS
What is care of others?
arranging, supervising, or providing care of others
NAME
this is arranging, supervising or providing care of others
care of others
What is care of pets?
arranging, supervising, or providing care of pets
NAME
this is arranging, supervising, or providing care of pets
care of pets
What is child rearing?
providing the care and supervision to support the development needs of a child
NAME
this is providing the care and supervision to support the development needs of child
child rearing
What is communication device use?
using equipment or systems such as writing equipment, telephones, typewriters, computers, communication boards, call lights, emergency systems, braille writers, telecommunication devices for the deaf, and augmentative communication systems to send and receive for info
NAME
this is using equipment or systems such as writing equipment, telephones, typewriters, computers, communication boards, call lights, emergency systems, braille writers, telecommunication devices for the deaf, and augmentative communication systems to send and receive for info
communication device
What is community mobility?
is moving self in the community and using public transport such as driving or assessing buses, taxi cabs, or others
NAME
this is moving self in the community and using public transport such as driving or assesing buses, taxi cabs or other
community mobility
What is finanical managment?
using fiscal resources, including alternative methods of finanical transcation and planning and using finances w long term and short term goals
NAME
this is suing fiscal resources including alternative methods of financial transaction and planning and using finances w long term and short term goals
financial managment
What is home establishment and maintenance?
obtaining and maintaining personal and household possessions and environment including maintaining and repairing personal possessions and knowing how to seek help or whom contact
NAME
this is obtaining and maintaining personal and household possessions and environment including maintaining and repairing personal possessions and knowing how to seek help or whom contact
home establishment and maintenance?
What is health management and maintenance?
developing,managing and maintaining routines for health and wellness promotion such as physical fitness, nutrition, decreasing health risk behaviors and medication routines
NAME
this is developing,managing and maintaining routines for health and wellness promotion such as physical fitness, nutrition, decreasing health risk behaviors and medication routines
health management and maintenance
What is meal prep and cleanup?
planning, preparing, serving well balanced nutritional meals and cleaning up food and utensils after meals
NAME
this is planning , preparing, serving a well balanced nutritional meals and cleaning up food and utensils after meal
meal prep and cleanup
What are safety procedures and emergency responses?
knowing and performing preventive procedures to maintain safe environment as well as recoginzing sudden, unexpected hazardous situations and initiating emergency action to reduce threat to health and safety
NAME
this is knowing and performing preventive procedures to maintain safe environment as well as recoginzing sudden, unexpected hazardous situations and initiating emergency action to reduce threat to health and safety
safety procedures and emergency response
What is shopping?
preparing shooping lists, selecting and purchasing items, selecting method of payment, and completing money transactions
NAME
this is preparing shopping lists, selecting and purchasing items, selecting method of payment, and completing money transactions
shopping
What is education?
include activties needed for being a student and participating in learning environment
NAME
this includes activties needed for being a student and participating in learning environment
education
What are features of education? (3)
formal educational participation (2)exploration of informal personal educational needs or interests beyond formal education (3)informal personal education participation
NAME
some exs of this includeformal educational participation (2)exploration of informal personal educational needs or interests beyond formal education (3)informal personal education participation
education
What is formal educational participation?
includes cateogiries of acadamic such as reading, math and non-academic such a recess,lunchroom, and hallway, and extracurricular (sports) and vocational participation
NAME
this includes cateogiries of acadamic such as reading, math and non-academic such a recess,lunchroom, and hallway, and extracurricular (sports) and vocational participation
formal educational participation
What is exploration of informal personal educational needs or interests?
id topics and methods for obtaining topic relation info skills
NAME
this is id topics and methods for obtaining topic relations info skills
exploration of informal personal educational needs or interests
What is informal personal education particpation?
particpaing in classes, programs, and activties that provide instruction.training in id areas of interests
NAME
this is partcipating in classes programs, and activties that provide instruction/training in id areas of interests
informal personal education participation
What is work?
includes activties needed for engaging in remunerative employment or volunteer activties
NAME
this includes activties needed for engaging in remunerative employment or volunteer activties
work
What is employment interests and pursits?
id and selecting work oppoturnties based on personal assests, limits, likes, and dislikes, relative to work
NAME
this is id and selecting work oppoturnties based on personal assests, limits, likes, and dislikes relative to work
employment interests and pursuits
What is employment seeking and acquistion?
id job oppoturnties, completing, and submitting appropriate, completing, and submiting appropriate application materials, preparing for interviews, participating in interviews, and following up afterward, discussing job benefits, and finalizing negotiations
NAME
this is id job oppoturnties, completing, and submitting appropriate, completing, and submiting appropriate application materials, preparing for interviews, participating in interviews, and following up afterward, discussing job benefits, and finalizing negotiations
employment seeking and acquisition
What is job performance?
including work habits such as attendance, punctuality, and appropriate relationships w coworkers and supervisors, completation of assigned work, and compliance w the norms of work settings
NAME
this including work habits such as attendance, punctuality, and appropriate relationships w coworkers and supervisors, completation of assigned work, and compliance w the norms of work settings
job performnace
What is retirement preap and adjustment?
determing apitudes, developing interests, and skills selecting appropriate avocational pursits
NAME
this is determing, apitudes, developing interests, and skills selecting appropriate avocational pursits
retirement prep and adjustment
What are some features of for work? (6)
(1)employment interests and pursuits (2)employment seeking and acquisition (3)job performance (4)retirement prep and adjustment (5)volunteer exploration (6)volunteer participation
What are some areas of occupation? (7)
(1)ADLs(2)IADLS(3)education (4)work (5)play (6)leisure (7)social participation
What are some areas of occupation? (7)
(1)ADLs(2)IADLS(3)education (4)work (5)play (6)leisure (7)social participation
NAME
some of this include (1)ADLs(2)IADLS(3)education (4)work (5)play (6)leisure (7)social participation
areas of occupation
NAME
some exs of this include (1)employment interests and pursuits (2)employment seeking and aquisition (3)job perfomance (4)retirment prep and adjustment (5)volunteer exploration (6)volunteer participation
work
what is volunteer exploration?
is determing community causes, organizations, or opportunites for unpaid work in relationship to personal skills, interests, location and time available
NAME
this is determing community cuases, organizations, or oppoturnties for unpaid work in relationship to personal skills, interests, location and time avaliable
volunteer exploration
What is volunteer particpation?
performing unpaid "work activites" for the benifit of id selected causes, organization or facilties
NAME
this is performing unpaid "work activites" for the benifit of id selected causes, organization or facilties
volunteer participation
What is play?
is any spontenous organized activity that provides enjoyment, entertainment, amusement, or diversion
NAMe
this is any spontenous organized activity that provides enjoyment, emtertianment, amusement or diversion
play
What are some features of play? (2)
(1)play exploration (2)play particpation
What is play exploration?
id appripriate play activites which can include exploration play, practice play, pretend play, games w rules, constructive play, and symbolic play
NAME
this is id appripriate play activites
play exploration
What is play participation?
participating in play and uses appropriate toys, equipment or supplies
NAME
this is participating in play, maintaining balance of play w other areas of occupations and obtaining using and maintaing toys, equipment, and supplies appropriately
play participation
What is leisure?
a nonobligatory activity that people are intrnscially motivated and engaged in during discretionary time.....is not commited to work, self care, or sleep
NAME
this is a nonobligatory activtiy thatis intrnscially motivated and engaged in during discretionary time that is time not commited to obligatory occupations such as work, self care, or sleep
leisure
What are some features of leisure ? (2)
(1)leisure exploration (2)leisure participation (
What is leisure exploration?
id interests, skills opportunites, and appropriate leisure activties
NAME
this is id interests, skills, opportunties, and appropriate leisure activties
leisure exploration
What is leisure participation?
person plans anad partakes in leisure activties

using the correct equipment and maintains a balance
NAME
this is planning and particpating in appropriate leisure activties, maintaining a balance of leisure activities w other areas of occupations, using and maintaining equipment and supplies appropriate
leisure participation
What is social participation/
are activities in which people are expected to interact w others w.in a given social system
NAME
these are are activities associated w oragnized patterns of behavior that are characteristics and expected of an indlv or an indvl interacting w others w.in a given social system
social participation
What is the community?
activties tha result in succesful interaction at the community level
NAME
these are activties that result in succesful interaction at the community level
community
What are some featuresof social participation? (3)
(1)community (2)family (3)peer/friend
NAME
some types of this include communtiy,family, and peer/friend
social participation
What is family?
are activities that result in successful interaction in specific required and/or desired familial roles
NAME
these are are activities that result in successful interaction in specific required and/or desired familial roles
family
What are peer/friend?
are activties at different levels of intimacy including enaging in desired sexual activtiy
NAME
these are activties at different levels of intimacy including enaging in desired sexual activtiy
peer/friend
What are motor skills?
are skills in moving out interacting w task, objects and environment
NAME
these are skills in moving out interacting w task, objects, and environment
motor skills
What are some types of motor skills according to the framework? (5)
(1)posture (2)mobiltiy (3)coordination (4)strength and effort (5)energy
NAME
some types of this include posture, mobility, coordination, strength, and effort, and energy
motor skills
What is posture?
stablizing and aligning of one's body while moving in relation to task objects
NAME
this is stablizing and aligning of one's body while moving in relation to task objects
posture
What are some features of posture? (3)
(1)stablizes (2)aligns (3)positions
NAME
this stablizes, aligns, and positions
posture
What is stablizes?
maintaining trunk control and balance while interacting w task objects
NAME
this is maintaining trunk control and balance while interacting w task objects
stabilizes
What is aligns?
maintaining an upright sitting or standing position w out evedince of a need to persistently prop during a task activtiy
NAME
this is maintaining an upright sitting or standing position w out evedince of a need to persistently prop during a task activtiy
aligns
What is positions?
is positioning body, arms, or wheelchair in relation to task objects in relation to task object and in a manner that promotes the use of efficient arm movements during a task performance
NAME
this is positioning body, arms, or wheelchair in relation to task objects in relation to task object and in a manner that promotes the use of efficient arm movements during a task performance
positions
What is mobility?
relates to moving the entire body or a body part in space as necessary when interacting w task object
NAME
this relates to moving the entire body or body part in space as necessary when interacting w task object
mobility
What are some features of mobility? (3)
(1)walking (2)reaches (3)bending
NAME
this area of occuaption includes walking, reaching, and bending
mobility
NAME
this is ambulates on level surfaces and changes direction while walking w.out shuffling the feet, lurching, instability, or using external supports or assitive devices
walks
What is reaches?
extends, moves the arm to effectivly grasp or place task objects that are out of reach
NAME
this is extending, moving the arm to effectively grasp or place task objects that are out of reach
reaching
What is bending?
actively flexing, rotating, or twisting the trunk in a manner and direction approriate to the task
NAME
this is actively flexing, rotating or twisting the trunk in a manner and direction approriate to the task
bending
What is coordination?
relates to the using more than one part of the body to interact w objects in a manner that supports task performance
NAMe
this relates to using more than one part of the body to interact w objects in a manner that supports task performance
coordination
What are some features of coordination? (3)
(1)coordinates (2)manipulates (3)flows
NAME
some features of this include coordinates, manipulates, and flows
coordination
what is coordinates?
using two or more body parts together to stablize and manipulate task objects during bilateral motor tasks
NAME
this is using two or more body parts together to stabilize and manipulate task objects during bilateral motor tasks
coordinates
what is manipulates?
using dexterous grasp and release patterns and isolated finger patterns and coordinated in hand manipulation patterns when interacting w task objects
NAME
this is using dexterous grasp and release patterns and isolated finger patterns and coordinated in hand manipulation patterns when interacting w task objects
manipulates
What is flows?
is using smooth and fluid arm and hand movements when interacting w task objects
NAME
this is using smooth and fluid arm and hand movements when interacting w task object
flows
what is strength and effort?
pertain to skills that require generation of muscle force appropriate for effective interacting w task objects
NAME
this pertains to skills that require generation of muscle force appropriate for effective interacting w task objects
strength and effort
What are some features of strength and effort?(5)
(1)moves (2)transports (3)lifts (4)calibrates (5)grips
NAME
this has 5 specfic features such as moves, transports, lifts, calibrates, and grips
strength and effort
What is moves?
is pushing, pulling or draging task objects along a support surface
NAME
this is pushing, pulling or dragging task objects along a support surface
moves
What is transports?
carrying task objects from one place to another while walking, seated in wheelchair, or using walker
NAME
this is carrying task objects from one place to another while walking, seated in a wheelchair, or using walker
transports
What is lifts?
raising or hoisting task objects include lifting an object from one place to another but w.out ambulating or moving from one place to another
NAME
this is raising or hoisting task objects include lifting an object from one place to another but w.out ambulating or moving from one place to another
lifts
What is calibrates?
is regulating or grading the force, speed and extent of movement when interacting w task objects
NAMe
this is regulating or grading the force, speed, and extent of movement when interacting w task objects
calibrates
What is grips?
is pinching or grasping task objects w no grip slips
NAME
this is pinching or grasping task objects w no grip slips
grips
What is energy?
refers to sustained effort over the course of task performance
NAME
this refers to sustained effort over the course of task performance
energy
What are some features of energy (motor skills)?
(1)endures (2)paces
NAME
this area of occupation has two features---endures and paces
energy (motor skills)
What are process skills?
are skills used to complete daily life tasks
NAME
these are skills used in managing and modifying action en route to the completion of daily life tasks
process skills
What are some features of energy (process skills)?
(1)paces (2)attends
NAME
some features of these include paces and attends
energy
What are some features of process skills? (5)
(1)energy (2)knowledge (3)temporal organization (4)organizing space and objects (5)adaptation
NAME
some features of this include energy, knowledge, temporal organization, organizing space and objects and adapation
process skills
What is paces?
maintains a consistent and effective rate or tempo of performance throughout the steps of the entire task
NAME
this is maintaining a consistent and effective rate or tempo of performance throughout the steps of the entire task
paces
What is attends?
is maintaining focused attention throughout the task such as that the client is not distracted away from the tasks by extraneous auditory or visual
NAME
this is maintaining focused attention throughout the task such as that the client is not distracted away from the tasks by the extraneous auditory or visual
attends
What are some features of knowledge? (5)
(1)chooses (2)uses (3)handles (4)heeds (5)inquires
NAME
some features of this area of occupation include chooses, uses, handles, heeds, and inquires
knowledge
What is knowledge?
refers to the ability to seek and use task related knowledge
NAME
this refers to the ability to seek and use task related knowledge
knowledge
What is choses?
selecting appropriate and necessary tools and materials for the task
NAME
this is selecting appropriate and necessary tools and material for the task
choses
What is uses?
is using tools and materials according to their intended purposes and in a reasonable or hygenic fashion
NAME
this is using tools and materials according to their intended purposes and in a reasonable or hygenic fashion
uses
What is handles?
supports, stablizes, and holds tools and materials in an appropriate manner that protects them from damage, failing, or dropping
NAME
this supports, stablizes, and holds tools and materials in an appropriate manner that protects them from damage, failing, or dropping
handles
What is heeds?
is using goal-directed task actions that are focused toward the completion of the specified task w.out behavior that is driven or guided by environmental cues
NAME
this is using goal-directed task actions that are focused toward the completion of the specified task w.out behavior that is driven or guided by environmental cues
heeds
What is inquires?
when a person seeks info by asking questions or reading directions or label
NAME
this when the person seeks needed verbal or written info by asking questions or reading directions or labels (2)asks no unnecessary info questions
inquires
What is temporal organization?
pertains to the beginning, logical ordering, continuation, and completion of the steps and action sequences of a task
NAME
this pertains to the beginning, logical ordering, continuation, and completion of the steps and action sequences of a task
temporal organization
What are some features of temporal organization? (4)
(1)initiates (2)continues (3)sequences (4)terminates
NAME
some features of this area of occupation include initiates, continues, sequences, and terminats
temporal organization
What is continues?
performs actions or action sequences of steps w.out unnecessary interruption such that once an action sequence is iniated, the invdl conts the steps is completed
NAME
this is when the person performs actions or action sequences of steps w.out unnecessary interruption such that once an action sequence is iniated, the invdl conts the steps is completed
continues
what is initiates?
when a person starts or begins the next action or step w, out hesitation
NAME
this is when a person starts or begins the next action or step w, out hesitation
initiates
What is sequences?
this is when a person performs steps in effective or logical order for efficient use of time and energy and w an absence of randomness in the ordering or repetition of steps
NAME
this is when a person performs steps in effective or logical order for efficient use of time and energy and w an absence of randomness in the ordering or repetition of steps
sequences
what is terminates?
this is when a person brings to completion single actions or single steps w.out perseveration, inappropriate persistence, or permature cessation
NAME
this is when a person brings to completion single actions or single steps w.out perseveration, inappropriate persistence, or permature cessation
terminates
What is organizing space and objects?
this pertains to skills for organizing task spaces and task objects
NAME
this pertains to skills for organizing task spaces and task objects
organizing space and objects
What is organizing space and objects?
pertains to skills for organizing task spaces and task objects
NAME
this pertains to skills for organizing task spaces and task objects
organizing space an objects
What are some features of organizing space and objects? (5)
searches/locates (2)gathers (3)organizes (4)restores (5)navigates
NAME
some features of this area of occupation searches/locates, gathers, organizes, restores, and navigates
organizing space and objects
what is searches/locates?
looks for and locates tools and materials in a logical manner, including beyond the immediate environment
NAME
this is when a person looks for and locates tools and materials in a logical manner, including beyond the immediate environment
searches/locates
What is gathers?
this is when a person collects together needed or misplaced tools and materials including collecting located supplies into the workplace and collecting and replacing materials that have spilled, fallen, or been misplaced
NAME
the is when a person collects together needed or misplaced tools and materials including collecting located supplies into the workplace and collecting and replacing materials that have spilled, fallen, or been misplaced
gathers
What is organizes?
when a person logically positions or spatially arranges tools and materials in an orderly fashion w.in a single workplace and among multiple appropriate workspaces to facilitate ease of task performance
NAME
this is when a person logically positions or spatially arranges tools and materials in an orderly fashion w.in a single workplace and among multiple appropriate workspaces to facilitate ease of task performance
organizes
What is restores?
when a person puts away tools and materials in appropriate places, restores immediate workspace to original condition, closes and seal containers and coverings when indicated and twists or folds any plastic bags to seal
NAME
this when a person puts away tools and materials in appropriate places, restores immediate workspace to original condition, closes and seal containers and coverings when indicated and twists or folds any plastic bags to seal
restores
What is navigates?
is when a person modifies the movement pattern of the arm, body, or wheelchair to maneuver around obstacles that are encountered
NAME
this is when a person modifies the movement pattern of the arm, body, or wheelchair to maneuver around obstacles that are encountered in the course of moving through space such that underdesirable contact w obstacles is avoided
navigates
What is adaptation?
when the person is relates to the ability to anticipate, correct for, and benefit by learning from the consequences of errors that arise in the course of task performance
NAME
when the person relates to the ability to anticipate, correct for, and benefit by learning from the consequences of errors that arise in the course of task performance
adapatation
What are some features of adaptation? (4)
(1)notices/responds (2)accommodates (3)adjusts (4)benefits
NAME
some features of this include notices/responds, accommodates, adjusts, and benefits
adapation
What is notices/responds?
is when a person responds appropriately to nonverbal environmental/perceptual cues such as smell, heat etc that provide feedback w respect to task progression and the spatial arrangement of objects to one another
NAME
this is when a person responds appropriately to nonverbal environmental/perceptual cues such as smell, heat etc that provide feedback w respect to task progression and the spatial arrangement of objects to one another
notice/responds
What is accommodates?
is when a person modifies his or her actions or the location of objects w. in the workplace in anticipation of or in response to problems that might arise effictively by changing the method w. which he or she is performing an action sequence, changing the manner in which he or she interacts w or handles tools and materials already in the workplace, and asking for assistance when appropriate is needed
NAME
this is when a person modifies his or her actions or the location of objects w. in the workplace in anticipation of or in response to problems that might arise effictively by changing the method w. which he or she is performing an action sequence, changing the manner in which he or she interacts w or handles tools and materials already in the workplace, and asking for assistance when appropriate is needed
accommodates
What is adjusts?
is when a person changes working environments in anticipation of or in response to problems that might arise such as by making some change between working environments by moving to a new workplace or bringing in or removing tools and materials from the present workplace or in an environmental condition
NAME
this is when a person changes working environments in anticipation of or in response to problems that might arise such as by making some change between working environments by moving to a new workplace or bringing in or removing tools and materials from the present workplace or in an environmental condition
adjusts
Give an example of adjusts/responds?
(1)a person notices a movement, sound, smell, heat moisture, texture, shape and constancy such as a fire
NAME
this is when a perso noticies movement, sound, smell, heat moisture, texture, shape and constancy such as a fire
notices/responds
NAME
example of this includes turning on off the tap in response to a pipe breaking
adjusts/responds
What are benefits?
is when a person anticpates and prevents undesirable circumstances or problems that recurring or presistin
NAME
this is when a person anticaptes and prevent undesireable circumstances or problems that recurring or presisting
benefits
What are communication skills?
refers to conveying intentions and needs for coordinating social behavior to act together w people
NAME
this is refers to conveying intentions and needs for coordinating social behavior to act together w people
communication skills
What are some features of communication skills?(3)
(1)physically (2)info exchange (3)relations
NAME
some features of this include physically, info exchange, and relations
communication skills
What is physicality?
is the use of the physical body when communicating w.in a occupation
NAMe
this pertains to using the physical body when communicating w in occupation
physciality
What are some features of physicality?(5)
(1)contacts (2)gestures (3)maneuvers (4)orients (5)postures (6)gazes
NAMe
some features of this include contacts, gestures, gazes, maneuvers, oreints, and postures
physicality
What contacts?
is when a person make physical contact w others
NAME
this is when a person makes physical contact w a person
contacts
What is gazes?
eye contact or commuicating w eyes
NAME
this is when a person uses eyes to communicate and interact w others
gazes
what is gestures??
is when a person uses movements of the body to indicate, demonstrate, or add emphasis
NAME
this is when a person uses movements of the body to indicate, demonstrate, or add emphasis
gestures
What is maneuvers?
is when a person moves one's body in relation t others
NAME
this is when a person move's ones body in relation to others
maneuvers
What is orients?
is when a person directs one's body to others and occupation forms
NAMe
this is when a person directs one's body to others and occupational forms
orients
What is postures?
is when a person assumes physical positions
NAME
this is when a person assumes physical positions
postures
What is info exchange?
refers to giving and receiving info w. in occupation
NAME
this refers to giving and receiving info w in occupation
info exchange
What are some features of info exchange? (9)
(1)articulates (2)asserts (3)asks (4)engages (5)expresses (6)modulates (7)shares (8)speaks (9)sustains
NAME
some features of this area of occupation include asks, engages, expresses, modulates, shares, speaks, and sustains
info exchange
What is articulates?
is when a person produces clear, understandble speech
NAMe
this is when a person produces clear, understandble speech
aritculates
What is asserts?
is when a person directly expresses desires, refusals, and requests
NAME
this is when a person directly expresses desires, refusals, and requests
asserts
What is asks>
when a person requests factual or personal info
NAME
this is when a person requests factual or personal info
asks
What is engages?
is when a person intiates interaction
NAME
this is when a person intiates interaction
engages
what is expresses?
when a person displays affect/attidue
NAME
this is when a person displays affect/attidue
expresses
What is modulates?
is when a person uses volumne and inflection of speech
NAMe
this is when a person uses volume and inflection of speech
modulates
What is shares?
is when a person gives out facutal or personal info
NAME
this is when a person gives out factual or personal info
shares
What is speaks?
is when a person makes oneself understood through use of phrases, words, and sentences
nAME
this is when a person makes onesself understood through words, phrases, and sentences
speaks
what is sustains?
is when a person keeps up speech for approriate durtion
NAME
this is when a person keeps up speach for approriate duration
sustains
What is relations?
is when a person relates to maintaing appropriate relationship w occpations
NAME
this is when a person relates to maintaing appropriate relationship w occupations
relations
what are some features of relations? (5)
(1)collaborates (2)conforms (3)focuses (4)relates (5)respects
NAME
some features of this include collaborates, conforms, focuses, relates, and respects
relations
What is collaborates?
is when a person coordinates action when others toward a common end goal
NAME
this is when a person coordinates action when others toward a common goal
collaborates
What is conforms/
is when a person follow social norms
NAME
this is when a perosn follows implicit and explicit social norms
conforms
what is focuses?
is when a person directs conversation and behavior to ongoing social action
NAME
this is when a person directs conversation and behavior to ongoing social action
focuses
What is relates?
is person assumes a manner of acting that tries to establish a rapport of others
NAME
this is when a person assumes a manner of acting that tries to establish a rapport of others
relates
What is respects?
is when a person accommodates to other people's reactions and requests
NAME
this is when a person accommodates to other peoples reactions and requests
respects
NAME
these are auto behaviors that are integrated into more comple patterns that enable people to function on a day to day basis
habits
What are some types of habits? (3)
useful habits (2)impoverished habits (3)dominating habits
NAME
some types of this include useful, impoverished, and dominating
habits
what are useful habits?
habits that support perofrmance in daily life and contribute to life sastification
NAME
these are habits that support performance in daily life and contribute to life sastification and supports abiltiy to follow rhythms of daily life
useful habits
What are impoverished habits?
habits that are not established and that need practice to improve
NAME
these are habits that are not established and that need practice to improve
impoverished habits
What are dominating habits?
habits that are so demanding they interfere w daily life and satisfy a compulsive need for order
NAME
these habits that are so demanding they interfere w daily life and satisfy a compulsive need for order
dominating habits
NAME
these are occupations w established sequence
routines
What are routines?
are occupations w established sequence
What are roles?
are set of behaviors that have some socially agreed upon function and for which there is an accepted code of norms
NAMe
these are a set of behaviors that have some socially agreed upon function and for which there is an accepted code of norms
roles
Give some exs of useful habits? (2)
(1)always put car keys in the same place so they can be easily found (2)brush teeth every morning to maintain good oral hygiene
Give some exs of impoverished habits? (2)
(1)inconsistently remembering to look both ways before crossing the street (2)inability to complete all steps of a self-care routine
Give ex some exs of dominating habits? (3)
(1)repetitive self stimulation such as type occurring in autism (2)use of chemical substances resulting in addition (3)neatly arranging forks on top of each other in silverware drawer
NAME HABIT
always put car keys in the same place so they can be found easily
useful habits
NAME HABIT
brush teeth every day for good oral hygeine
useful habits
NAME HABIT
inconsistently remebering to look both ways before crossing street
impoverished habits
NAME HABIT
inability to complete all steps of self care routine
impoverished habits
NAME HABIT
repetitive self-stimulation such as occuring autism
dominating habits
NAME HABIT
use of chemical substances resulting in addition
dominating habits
NAME HABIT
neatly arranging forks on top of each other in silverware drawer
dominating habits
What is cultural context?
includes customs, beleifs, activity patterns, behavior stanards, and expectations accepted by the society of which the indvl is a member
NAME
this includes customs, beliefs, activity patterns, behavior standards, and expectations accepted by the society of which the indvl is a member
cultural context
What is the physical context?
is a nonhuman aspects of context
NAME
this includes nonhuman aspects of the context
physical context
What are some types of contexts?
(1)cultural (2)phsycial (3)social (4)personal (5)spirtual (6)temporal (7)virtual
NAME
some types of this include cutlural, physical, social, personal, spirtual, temproal, and virtual
contexts
What is the social context?
availability and expectations of significant indvl such as spouse or family
NAME
this the availability of expectations of significant indls such as spouse or family
social context
What is the personal context?
features of the indvl that are not part of health conditions or health status
NAME
these are features of the indvl that are not part of the health conditions or health status
personal context
What is the spirtual context?
is the fundamental orientation of a person's life that which inspires and motivates that indvl
NAME
this is the fundamental orientation of a person's life that which inspires and motivates that indvl
spiritual context
what is the temporal context?
is the location of occupational performance in time
NAME
this is the location of occupatioanal performance in time
temproal context
What is virtual context?
is the environment in which communication occurs by means of airways or computers w out physical conduct
NAME
this is the environment in which communication occurs by means of airways or computers w out physical conduct
virtual context
NAME CONTEXT
ethinicity, family, attiude, beleifs, and values
cultural
NAME CONTEXT
objects built environment, natural environment, geographic, terrian, sensory quailities of environment
physical
NAME CONTEXT
relationships w indvls, groups, organizations, and relationships w systems
social
NAME CONTEXT
25 yr old unemployed man w high school dipolma
personal
NAME CONTEXT
esseence of person, greater or higher purpose, meaning substnace
spiritual
NAME CONTEXT
stages of life, time day, time of year, duration
temproal
NAME CONTEXT
realistic situation of an environment, chat room, radio transmission
virtual
Give an example of the cultural context?
ethinicty, family, attitude, beliefs, and values
What are some examples of physical context? (4)
(1)objects (2)natural environment (3)geographic terrain (4)sensory qualilities of environment
What are some examples of personal context?
25 yr old unemployed man w a high school diploma
What are some examples of spiritual context? (3)
essence of person (2)greater or higher purpose (3)meaning substance
what are some examples of temporal context? (3)
stages of life (2)time of day, time of year (3)duration
What are some examples of virtual environment? (2)
chat room (2)radio transmission
NAME
these are various kinds of activities in which people engage
areas of occupation
What are performance skills?
are features of what one does
NAME
these are features of what one does, not what one has, related to observable elements of action that has implicit functional purposes
performance skills
What are performance patterns?
are patterns of behaviors related to daily life activties that are habitual or routine
NAME
these are patterns of behaviors related to daily life activties that are habitual or routine
performance patterns
What are activity demands?
the aspects of an activity
NAME
these are the aspects of the activity
activity demands
what are some types of activity demands? (7)
(1)objects and their properties 92)space demands (3)social demands (4)sequence and timing (5)required action (6)required body function (7)required body structures
NAME
some of these include(1)objects and their properties 92)space demands (3)social demands (4)sequence and timing (5)required action (6)required body function (7)required body structures
activity demands
draw chart of areas of occupation
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draw chart of areas of occupation
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draw chart of areas of occupation
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draw chart of areas of occupation
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draw chart of performance skills
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draw chart of performance skills
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draw chart of performance skills
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draw chart of performance skills
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draw chart of performance skills
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What are (3)types of habits?
useful, impoverished, and dominating habits
draw a chart of the body function categories
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draw a chart of the body function categories
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draw a chart of the body function categories
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draw a chart of the body function categories
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what are some types of body function categories/
(1)mental functions (2sensory functions and pain (3)neuromuscularskeletal and movement related functions(4)cardio, hematological and immunological and respiratory functions (5)voice and speech functions (6)digestive, metabolic, and endocrine system function (7)genitorurinary and reproductive functions (8)skin and related hair and nail functions
What are some types of mental functions? (9)
(1)global mental functions (2)specific mental functons (3)higher level cogintive functions (4)mental functions of lanauage (5)calcuation functions (6)mental functions of sequencing complex movement (7)psyomotor functions (8)emotional functions (9)experience of self and time functions
What are some types of sensory functions and pain? (4)
(1)seeing and related functions (2)hearing and vestibular functions (3)additional sensory functions such as taste, smell, propricoptive, touch, and sensory functions (4)pain
NAME
some types of this body function include (1)seeing and related functions (2)hearing and vestibular functions (3)additional sensory functions such as taste, smell, propricoptive, touch, and sensory functions (4)pain
sensory functions and pain
What are some examples of neuromuscularskeletal movement realted functions?(3)
(1)functions of joints and bones (2)muscle functions (3)movement functions
What are some exs of cariovascular hematolgical, immunolgocial, and respiratory system function? (4)
(1)cardio system function (2)hematological and immunological system function (3)respiratory system function (4)additonal functions and sensations of the cardio and respiratory systems
What are some types of ot intervention approaches?(6)
(1)health promotion (2)remediation, restoration (3)maintain (4)compensation/adapation (5)modify (6)disability prevention
What are some types of OT outcomes? (7)
(1)occuptional performance (2)client satisfaction (3)role competence (4)adaption (5)health and wellness (6)prevention (7)quality of life
What are some types of ot intervention approaches?(6)
(1)health promotion (2)remediation, restoration (3)maintain (4)compensation/adapation (5)modify (6)disability prevention
What are some types of ot intervention approaches?(5)
(1)health promotion (2)remediation, restoration (3)maintain (4)compensation/adapation or modify (5)disability prevention
What are some types of ot intervention approaches?(6)
(1)health promotion (2)remediation, restoration (3)maintain (4)compensation/adapation (5)modify (6)disability prevention
What are some types of OT outcomes? (7)
(1)occupational performance (2)client satisfaction (3)role competence (4)adaptation (5)health and wellness (6)prevention (7)quality of life
What are some types of OT outcomes? (6)
(1)occupational performance (2)client satisfaction (3)role competence (4)adaptation (5)health and wellness (5)prevention (6)quality of life
What are some types of OT intervention approaches? (5)
(1)health promotion (2)remediation, restoration (3)maintain (4)compensation/adapation or modify (5)disability prevention
what are some types of ot intervention ? (4)
(1)therapeutic use of self (2)therapeutic use of occupations and activities (3)consultation process (4)education process
what are some types of ot intervention ? (4)
(1)therapeutic use of self (2)therapeutic use of occupations and activities (3)consultation process (4)education process
What are some ways that Ots use therapeutic use of occupation and activities? (3)
(1)occupation based activity (2)purposeful activity (3)prep activity
What are some ways that Ots use therapeutic use of occupation and activities? (3)
(1)occupation based activity (2)purposeful activity (3)prep activity
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NAME
this include the tools, materals, and equipment used in the process of carrying out the activity
objects and properties
NAME DEMAND
ex is tools, material, equipment, and inherent properties
objects and their properties
NAME DEMAND
example of this includes large space outdoors required for baseball game
space demands
NAME DEMAND
rules of game
social demands
NAME DEMAND
expectations of other participants
social demands
NAME DEMAND
steps to make tea
sequnece and time
NAME DEMAND
steps to make tea
sequence
NAME DEMAND
leave tea bag to steep for 2 mins
time
NAME DEMAND
griping handlebar
required actions
NAME DEMAND
choosing a dress from a closet
required actions
NAME DEMAND
answering a question
required actions
NAME DEMAND
mobility of joints
required body functions
NAME DEMAND
level of consciousness
required body functions
NAME DEMAND
number of hands
required body structures
NAME DEMAND
number of eyes
required body structures
NAME DEMAND
this is the physical environment required for an activity
space demands
What are space demands?
the physical environment required for an activity
NAME
is the social sturcture and demands theys that may be required by the activity
social demands
NAME
the process used to carry out activity
sequence and timing
NAME
these are usaual skills that would be required by any performer to carry out the activity.
required actions
NAME
these are the physiological functions of body systems that are required to support the action used to perform activity
required body function
NAME
these are anatomtical parts of the body such as organs, limbs and their components that are required to perform the activity
required body structures
What are consciousness function?
are levels of arousals and level of consciousness
NAME
these are level of arousals and level of sonsciousness
consciousness function
What is the orientation function?
id person, place, time, self, and othesr
NAME
this is id person, place, time, self, and other
orientation function
What is temperament and personaility functions?
conscientiousness, emotional stability, openness to experience
NAME
this is conscientiousness, emotional stability, openness to experience
temperamnet and personaniltiy functions
What is energy and drive functions?
motivation, impulse, control, interests, and values
NAME
this refers to motivation, impulse, control, interests, and values
energy and drive
What are thought functions?
recognition, categorization, generalization, awareness of reality, logical thoughts, and appropriate thought content
NAME
this is recognition, categorization, generalization, awareness of reality, logical thoughts, and appropriate thought content
thought functions
What are higher level cognitive functions?
judgement, concept formation, time mangement, problem solving and decision making
NAME
this is judgment, concept formation, time management, problem solving and decision making
higher level of cognitive functions
What are calculation function?
ability to add/subtract
NAME
this is the ability to add/subtract
calculation function
what is emotional function?
appropriate range and regulation of motor responses to psychological events
NAME
this is appropriate range and regulation of motor reposnses to psyc events
emotional functions
What are experience of self and time functions/
body image, self-concept, and self-esteem
NAME
this term refers to the body image, self-concept, and self-esteem
self and time function
NAME
this term refers to approriate range and regulation of motor reponses to psyc events
psychmotor function
What seeing functions?
visual acuity, visual field function
NAME
this term refers to visual acuity, visual field, and function
seeing functions
NAME
this term refers to response to sound
hearing function
What is vestibular function?
refers to balance
NAME
this refers to balance
vestibular function
NAME
this is the ability to taste
taste function
NAME
ability to discriminate taste
taste function
NAME
this term refers to kinesthesia and joint position sense
proprioceptive function
What is proprioceptive function?
term refers to kinesthesia and joint position sense
NAME
this is the ability to touch/discriminate
touch function
What sensory functions related to temp and other stimuli?
sensitivty to temp, pressure, ability to discriminate btwn each
NAME
this term refesr to sensitivity to temp and pressure and to be discrminate btwn each
sensory functions related to temp and other stimuli
NAME
this refers to passive range of motion
mobility of joints
NAME
this term refers to eye-hand coordination, bilateral integration, eye-foot coordination
control of voluntary movement functions
what is control of voluntary movement functions?
eye-hand coordination, bilateral integration, eye-foot coordination
Give exs of gait patterns functions?
walking patterns and impairments
NAME
ex of this is walking patterns and impairments
gait patterns
NAME
exs of this include rate, rhytm and depth of breath
respirarty functions
What are some exs of respirary functions?
rate, rhythm, and depth
NAME INTERVENTION APPROACH
this approach is designed to provide enriched contexual and activity experience that will enahnce performance for all persons in natural contexts of life
health promotion
NAME INTERVENTION APPROACH
this aim to restore a skill or ability that has been impaired
restoration
NAME INTERVENTION APPROACH
this approach is designed to provide the supports that will allow clients to preserve their performance capabilites
maitiain
NAME INTERVENTION APPROACH
this is "finding ways to revise the current context or activity demands to support performance in natural setting
adapation
NAME INTERVENTION APPROACH
this is an approach to design to address client w or w out disability who are at risk for occupatioanal performance problems
disability prevention
Compensation is also called (1)
adapation
(1)is also called adapation
compensation
NAME INTERVENTION APPROACH
creating a parenting class for first time parents to teach child development
health promotion
NAME INTERVENTION APPROACH
promot handling stress by creating time use routines w health clienty
health promotion
NAME INTERVENTION APPROACH
create a variety of equipment available at public play grounds to promote a diversity of sensory play experiences
health promoation
NAME INTERVENTION APPROACH
promote the establishment of suffcient space to allow senior residents to particpate in congregate cooking
health promotion
What is health promotion?
approach designed to provide enriched contexual and activity experiences that will enhance performance for all persons in natural contexts of life
NAME INTERVENTION APPROACH
approach designed to provide enriched contextual and activity experiences that will enhance performance for all persons in natural contexts of life
health promotion
NAME INTERVENTION APPROACH
promote increased endurance in school children by having them ride bicycles to school
health promotion
NAME INTERVENTION APPROACH
improve coping needs for changing workplace demands by approving assertinvess skills
restoration
NAME INTERVENTION APPROACH
establishing morning routines needed to arrive at school or work on time
restoration
NAME INTERVENTION APPROACH
restore mobility needed for play activties
restoration
NAME INTERVENTION APPROACH
maintain the ability to organize tools by proving a tool outline painted on a pegboard
maintain
NAME INTERVENTION APPROACH
maintain safe and independent acesses for persons w arthirtc hands by providing tools w modified grips
maintain
NAME INTERVENTION APPROACH
maintain upper extremity muscle necessary for independent wheelchair mobility by developing an after school-based excerise program
maintain
NAME INTERVENTION APPROACH
modify holiday celebration activties to exclude alcholol to support sobriety
adpation
NAME INTERVENTION APPROACH
modify daily routines to provide consistency and predictability to support indvl cognitive ability
adapation
NAME INTERVENTION APPROACH
prevent poor posture when sitting for prolonged periods by providing a chair w proper back support
disability prevention
NAME INTERVENTION APPROACH
prevent back prevention by providing instruction in proper lifting techniques
disability prevention
NAME INTERVENTION APPROACH
prevent increased blood pressure during homemaking actities by learning to monitor blood pressure during homemaking activities by learning monitor blood pressure in cardiac excerise program
disability prevention
NAME
this is the pracitioners use of his or her personailtiy, insights, perceptions, judgements, as part of the therapy process
therapeutic use of self
NAME
these are occupations and activties selected for specfic clients that meet goals
thearpeutic use of occupations and activties
NAME
the purpose of this is to allow clients to engage in occupations that are part of own context and match their goals
occupational based activity
What is the purpose of occupational based activties?
to allow clients to engage in occupations that are part of own context and match their goals
What is the purpose of purposeful activties?
allows the client to engage in goal directed behaviors to lead to occupations
NAME
the purpose of this is allow the client to engage in goal directed behaviors to lead to occupations
purposeful activties
What is the purpose of prep acitivties?
prepare the client for occupational performance
NAME
the purpose of this is prepare the client for occupational performace
prep activties
NAME INTERVENTION
play on playground during recess
occupational based activity
NAME INTERVENTION
purchase own groceries and prepare a meal
occupational based activity
NAME INTERVENTION'
adapt the assembly line to achieve greater safety
occupational based activty
NAME INTERVENTION'
practice vegatable slicing
purposeful activity
NAME INTERVENTION'
practice drawing a striaght line
purposeful activity
NAME INTERVENTION
role play to learn ways to manage anger
purposeful activity
NAME INTERVENTION
sensory input to promote response
prep activties
NAME INTERVENTION
excerise
prep activites
NAME INTERVENTION
splinting
prep activity
what is occupational performance?
the ability to carry out ADL
NAME
this is the ability to carry out ADL
occupational performance
What is wellness?
is the condition of being in good health
NAME
this is the condition of being good health
wellness
NAME
this is promoting health lifestyles at all levels
prevention
NAME
a person's dynamic appraisl of his or her life satisfactions , self concept, health and functioning, and socioenconomic factors
quality of life
NAME
used when defiit is present often as a result of an injury or disease process. this approach results in increased indpedence
improvement
The execution of the performance skill occurs when the (1)
performer, the contexts, and the demands of the activity come together
When does the execuation of the performance skills occur?
performer, the contexts, and the demands of the activity come together
the process outline is (1)and (2)nature
dynamic and nature
the process outline is (1)and (2)nature
dynamic and nature
NAMe
this is a overreaching, underlying embedded influence on the process of service delivery
context
NAMe
this is a overreaching, underlying embedded influence on the process of service delivery
context
NAME
this term is used to name the entity that receives occupational therapy services
cleint
NAME
this approach is used throughout the framework
client centered
NAME
this is viewed as the overarching outcome of the occupational therapy process
engagement in occupation
NAME
this is viewed as the overarching outcome of the occupational therapy process
engagement in occupation
NAME
this is objective of ot
engagement in ot
T or F
there is stigma around the use of adpative equipment
t
NAME
this is supported and maintined when indvls are able to engage in occupations and activties that allow desired or needed particpation in home, school, workplace, and community life situations
health
NAME
these are small units of performance
skills
skills are small units of (1)
performance
What are skills?
are observable elements of action that implicit functional purpose
NAME
these are are observable elements of action that implicit functional purpose
skills
NAME
this refers to a variety of interrelated conditions w in the surrounding the client that influence performance
context
NAME
this will effect skills and eventual susces of performnace
activity demands
activity demands will effect the (1)
skilsl and eventual sucess of performance
NAME
this defines the area of human activity to which the process applied
domain
NAME
this focus on assisting people to engage in daily life activties the find meaningful and purposeful
domain of ot
Draw the elements of the paradigm
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Draw the framework collaborative process model
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Draw the framework collaborative process model
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Draw the framework collaborative process model
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What is the outcome of ot
engagement in occuaption
What are (3)parts involved in the ot process?
(1)intervention evaulation(3)outcomes
NAME
this has (3)parts--(1)intervention evaulation(3)outcomes
ot process
What are (2)pats of internvetion?
(1)intervention plan (2)intervention implementation (3)internvetion review
What are (2)parts involved in a evaulation?
(1)anaylsis of occupational performance(2)occupational profile
NAME
this ot proces involves two parts-analysis of occupatinal performance and occupational profile
evaulation
What are (3)parst of core construct
(1)humans needed to serve (2)knids of problems (3)nature of service
NAME
this has (3)parts-humans needed to serve, kinds of problems and nature of service
core construct
Describe focal viewpoint (3)
provides away of thinking and frame knowledge of field
NAME
this provides a away of thinking and frames knowledge of field
focal viewpoint
What are (4)parts of values?
(1)good served (2)work (3)what is important (4)proper way to do things
NAME
this has (4)parts--(1)good served (2)work (3)what is important (4)proper way to do things
vaules
What is consulation process?
practioners use knowledge and collabortie w cleints. id problems, create solutions and try solutions.
NAME
this in a ot process when pracitioners use knowledge and collabroate w clients to id problems, create solutions and try solutions
consulation process
What is education process?
ots provide clients w info about occupation and activity
NAME
this is an ot process by which ots provide clients w info about occupation and activity. no performance of occupation or activity takes place
education processs
What is role competence?
the ability to meet demands of role
NAME
this is thae ability to meet demands of role
role competence
What is occupational perofrmance?
abiity to carry out ADLS
Describe in occupational profile? (6)
asks (1)who is client (2)why is client seeking services (3)what occupations can succscful engage and cannot ? (4)what contexts support occupations and which ones do not (5)what is occupational history (6)what are the clients targeted outcomes
NAME
this ot process askses these questions---asks (1)who is client (2)why is client seeking services (3)what occupations can succscful engage and cannot ? (4)what contexts support occupations and which ones do not (5)what is occupational history (6)what are the clients targeted outcomes
occupational profile
Describe the anaylsis of occupatioanl performance?
(1)synthesis info from occupatioanl profile (2)observe occupational performance in cleint (3)note effectivness of performance skills (4)interpet assessment dtata (5)develop hypothesis (6)work w client to create goals (7)determine areas for intervention
NAME
this has (7)parts (1)synthesis info from occupatioanl profile (2)observe occupational performance in cleint (3)note effectivness of performance skills (4)interpet assessment dtata (5)develop hypothesis (6)work w client to create goals (7)determine areas for intervention
occupatioanal performance
What is the intervention plan?describe it (4)
develop (1)measurable goals (2)ot intervention approach (3)considers needs and plan (4)monitor clients response
NAME
this ot process has (4)parts==develop (1)measurable goals (2)ot intervention approach (3)considers needs and plan (4)monitor clients response
intervention plan
Describe intervention implementation? (2)
(1)determine ot intervention going to use (2)montior clients response
NAME
this ot process has two parts-determine ot intervention going to use and monitor clients response
intervention implementation
Describe the intervention review? (2)
reevaulate plan (2)modify plan is needed (3)deteremine need for cont, discont or referral
NAME
this ot process involvesreevaulate plan (2)modify plan is needed (3)deteremine need for cont, discont or referra
intervention process
What is outcome process? (3)
(1)focus on outcomes related to engagement in occuaption (2)select outcome measures (3)measure and use outcomes
NAME
this ot process has (3)parts--(1)focus on outcomes related to engagement in occuaption (2)select outcome measures (3)measure and use outcomes
outcome process
c(1)focus on outcomes related to engagement in occuaption (2)select outcome measures (3)measure and use outcomes
think about objects
(1)focus on outcomes related to engagement in occuaption (2)select outcome measures (3)measure and use outcomes
think about objects