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Why do we need professional organizations such as the AOTA?(8)
(1)allows us to join forces (2)helps to educate the public about who/what we are (3)acceptance and recognition in the health care field (mainly through professional journal) (4)serve the public ex AOTA sponsers kids how to carry back packs (5)serve members(6)promote and advance the profession through research and journals (7)professional publications (8)support reserach
Why do we need professional organizations such as the AOTA?(9)
(1)Provides ethics, framework, and standards of practice
(2)Networking through Natl conference
(3)Goes after unethical practioners
(4)allows us to joint forces
(5)gives creditable, acceptance and promotes the advance of the profession through journals
(6)they help to educate the public about who/what we are
(7)serves the public ex does the back pack program in the schools
(8)support research
(9)serve members
Why do we need professional organizations such as the AOTA?(8)
(1)allows us to join forces (2)helps to educate the public about who/what we are (3)acceptance and recognition in the health care field (mainly through professional journal) (4)serve the public ex AOTA sponsers kids how to carry back packs (5)serve members(6)promote and advance the profession through research and journals (7)professional publications (8)support reserach
How does the AOTA serve its members? (9)
(1)Provides ethics, framework, and standards of practice
(2)Networking through Natl conference
(3)Goes after unethical practioners
(4)allows us to joint forces
(5)gives creditable, acceptance and promotes the advance of the profession through journals
(6)they help to educate the public about who/what we are
(7)serves the public ex does the back pack program in the schools
(8)support research
(9)serve members
How does the AOTA serve its members? (6)
provides (1)standards of practice (2)framework (3)ethics (4)goes after unethical practioners (5)Nat'l conference (6)networking
How does the AOTA serve its members? (6)
provides (1)standards of practice (2)framework (3)ethics (4)goes after unethical practioners (5)Nat'l conference (6)networking
What is the Wilma West Archive Collection ?
is the biggest library in the world with all of the AOTA's publications
NAME
this is the biggest library in the world with all of the AOTA's publications
Wilma West Archive
NAME
our profession is valadated through this
reserach
What are some useful websites for OTs? (4)
(1)www.aota.org (2)www.fot.org (3)www.aotf.org (4)www.flota.org
What does AOTF stand for?
american occupational therapy foundation
What is the primary interest of the AOTF?
reserach
NAME
the primarily interest of this organization is research
AOTF
Where is the WFOT located this year?
Austrlia
NAME
this organization is located in Australia this yr
WFOT
What does WFOT stand for?
World Federation of OTs
Represenation of each state is based on the (1)
number of registered OTs in a state
What some examples of some "speacialty" professionals in OT? (2)
RESNA (2)ASHT
NAME
these include RESNA and ASHT
speacility professions w in the OT
What does ASHT stand for?
the American Society of Hand Therapist
What does RESNA stand for?
Rehabilitation Engineering and assistive Technology Society of North America
Why should you belong to the AOTA?
bc its good for the profession, the public, and education
What are some social demographic changes that occurring in OT?(8)
(1)a cont rise in the number of uninsured or underinsured Americans (2)the growing elderly pop (3)more cultural diversity (4)more violance amoung children and teens (5)increase in single parent families (6)technology revolution (7)questionable race relations (8)decline in public education
What are some social demographic changes that occurring in OT?(8)
(1)a cont rise in the number of uninsured or underinsured Americans (2)the growing elderly pop (3)more cultural diversity (4)more violance amoung children and teens (5)increase in single parent families (6)technology revolution (7)questionable race relations (8)decline in public education
What are some social demographic changes that occurring in OT?(8)
(1)a cont rise in the number of uninsured or underinsured Americans (2)the growing elderly pop (3)more cultural diversity (4)more violance amoung children and teens (5)increase in single parent families (6)technology revolution (7)questionable race relations (8)decline in public education
What is the digital divide?
refers to how there are inner pockets in the rural population where young people have never even used a computer or the internet
NAME
this refers to how there are inner pockets in the rural population where young people have never even used a computer or the internet
digital divide
there is a positive correlation btwn (1)and (2)in children
agression and day care
What are some economic and market trends in health care?(5)
(1)escalating hospital costs have forced a move to community based care (2)medicare and medicaid programs are limiting coverage (3)insurance companies are changing reimbursement patterns (4)technology is advancing to provide advanced treatment options (5)mergers and acquisitions
What are some economic and market trends in health care?(5)
(1)escalating hospital costs have forced a move to community based care (2)medicare and medicaid programs are limiting coverage (3)insurance companies are changing reimbursement patterns (4)technology is advancing to provide advanced treatment options (5)mergers and acquisitions
What are some health care trends in the US? (5)
(1)managed care is changing (2)consumers are more sophiscated (3)there is a new focus on disability (4)more openness to alterantive medicine (5)mental health care is still lagging
What are some health care trends in the US? (5)
(1)managed care is changing (2)consumers are more sophiscated (3)there is a new focus on disability (4)more openness to alterantive medicine (5)mental health care is still lagging
What are some health care trends in the US? (5)
(1)managed care is changing (2)consumers are more sophiscated (3)there is a new focus on disability (4)more openness to alterantive medicine (5)mental health care is still lagging
How is Managed Care changing?
(1)medicare is provided on a contract basis (2)less provider client contact (3)more focus on outcome and cost
Most insurance companies basis there policies off of (1)
medicare and Medicaid
What is one problem w Medicare puting caps on coverage?
most insurance companies bassis there polices off Medicare and Medicaid
WHat are some occupational therpay Educational trends?
(1)entry level Masters degree since 2007 (2)new education standards since 1998 (3)a push for non-traditional fieldwork education
In the educational setting, there is a push for (1)
non-traditional fieldwork education
What are some non-traditional fieldwork settings? (3)
(1)home health care (2)prisions (3)substance abuse
WHat are some occupational therapy practice trends? (6)
(1)less control over personal practice driven by profit by motives (2)a renewed interest in function (3)a call for outcomes reserach (4)turf wars w Pts and Ots (5)a return to OCCUPATION as the esssence of our intervention (6)professional competency and ethics
WHat are some occupational therapy practice trends? (6)
(1)less control over personal practice driven by profit by motives (2)a renewed interest in function (3)a call for outcomes reserach (4)turf wars w Pts and Ots (5)a return to OCCUPATION as the esssence of our intervention (6)professional competency and ethics
WHat are some occupational therapy practice trends? (6)
(1)less control over personal practice driven by profit by motives (2)a renewed interest in function (3)a call for outcomes reserach (4)turf wars w Pts and Ots (5)a return to OCCUPATION as the esssence of our intervention (6)professional competency and ethics
There are turf wars btwn (1)and (20
PTs and OTs
What are some occupational therapy employment trends? (4)
(1)foresnics (2)home modifications (3)community based practice (4)consulting
What are some plans for the future for OTs? (4)
(1)protect and strengthening licensure laws (2)lobby to protect professional and consumer interest (3)promote reserach (4)promote the proffession to consumers
What are some plans for the future for OTs? (4)
(1)protect and strengthening licensure laws (2)lobby to protect professional and consumer interest (3)promote reserach (4)promote the proffession to consumers
What are some plans for the future for OTs? (4)
(1)protect and strengthening licensure laws (2)lobby to protect professional and consumer interest (3)promote reserach (4)promote the proffession to consumers
What was the setting of the movie?
the dad's home included a garden
In the beginging of the moive, who took care of the dad?
the mom
What is the mom's name?
mrs.Betty tremont
What is the dad's name?
mr. tremont
What are some of the daily routines of Mr. and Mrs. Tremont in the begining of the moive?
(1)go to bed early (2)clip coupans and go to the store right when it opens (3)at night dad goes in the garden
How does John rehabilate his dad?
(1)helps him to make his own breakfast by geting the cearal out (2)make bed (3)vacum (4)drive (5)baseball (6) (7)made cards expaining how
What are some occupations that Mr. Treadmont liked to do for fun? (4)
(1)Bingo (2)dance (3)garden (4)fishing
How does John take on the role of a caregiver in the moive?
(1)watches over dad (2)helps him to eat (3)
What where some of the things that where wrong w the dad?(3)
(1)cancer of the bladder (2)had a cesear an went into a coma (3)Shizphrenic
What happened to mom in the begining of the moive?
she had a heart attack
According to dad, (1)approval is all that matters
moms
What did John learn at the end of the moive?
that being a dad did not jst include bringing in the money but being there for your son
Before John;s mom had a heart attack, what what his role?
a worker at busy fancy office in NY wallstreet
Fill in the blanks of the Candaians model of occupational therapy
see paper
Fill in the blanks of the Candaians model of occupational therapy
see paper
NAME
in the moive he was the boss
John
NAME
in the movie, he was the worker
Dad
What was the environment of that the Dad was in? Describe how he had to function in it(3)
(1)hopsital- sad not homey, sat in bed, did not have to do much bc nurses do everything for him (2)home-not happy, worked all the time, did not take time to particpate in fun or lesiure activities for himself, and did what the wife wanted not what he wanted and the wife did everything for him(3)farm- happy here, wife was nice, farm had homey feel, could do what he wanted and work, everyone was younger
For dad, what was the hospital like?
sad not homey, sat in bed, did not have to do much bc nurses do everything for him
For dad, what was the home like?
not happy, worked all the time, did not take time to particpate in fun or lesiure activities for himself, and did what the wife wanted not what he wanted and the wife did everything for him
For dad, what was the farm like?
happy here, wife was nice, farm had homey feel, could do what he wanted and work, everyone was younger, free to do what he wanted
How was the dad affective status?
he was depressed and did not take time out for him jst did what his wife wanted
How did dad's affective status improve?
through John's care, dad was able to re-learn tasks and who he was and what made him happy such as bingo, golfing, and fishing
How was dad's physical status?
limited. possibly artitis made it hard for him to do certain tasks like open bottles and button his shirt
T or F
Dad could care for himself in the middle of the moive
false
Who took care of dad?
John
How was dad's spirit?
ready to give up. but John helped him to renew it and no longer fear death
How was John's spirit?
worked all the time...later learned what really mattered..family
How was Betty's affective status? (3)
angry (2)depressed (3)worried about dad
How was Betty' physical status? (2)
(1)slower but still active (2)bc of heart attack has to take things easy such as no driving and cut back on daily tasks
What does affective mean?
refers to emotions
What is cognitive?
refers to logical thinking
nAME
this refers to emotions
affective
NAME
this refers to logical thinking
cogintive
What are some occupations Betty likes to engage in? (3)
(1)shopping (2)Bingo (3)taking care of dad (3)tasks that fit into the traditional wife role--cooking, cleaning, and motherly role
What was thing that BEtty had trouble w the new dad?
learning about new cultures (2)she did not like the change (3)
How was dad;s cognitive status?(2)
(1)hallicunate--creating alternate realities (2)what not logical there during the cesear...did not know where he was or who anyone was
Describe John's son
student who likes the beach and Mexico.
WHat are some occupations John's son liked/ engaged in?
beach (2)Mexico
Describe John's spirit?
(1)feels like John cared more about work...hurt bc of this (2)however, he reconnected w him at the end of the moive
Describe John's affective status (3)
bitter against John for leaving and the divorce(2)feels like John cared more about work...hurt bc of this (3)however, he reconnected w him at the end of the moive