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Activities Professional vs Activity Therapist
a progessiobnal cannot assess or treat while a therapist can
Occupational Therapist
use purposeful activities with people with limitations and use activities to promote independant functioning, maintain health and prevent diabilities
makes and fits orthopedic braces
makes and fits artificial limbs
Physical Therapsit
restoration of physical function and prevention disability following injury, disease or loss of body part. apply therapeutic exercise and functional training in physical rehabilitation
engage in psych testing, dia, counseling, and other therapies
Recreational Therapist
treatment services in recreation activities to indis with disa, ill. maintain the physical, mental, and emotional well-being of clients using a variety of activities.
Social Workers
assist cliets in making social adjustments
assist clients with community reintegration
speech pathologist and audiologists
helpe indis with disorders in the production, reception, and perception of speech and language
use of systematic procedures for gathering select information about an indi for the purpose of making decisions regaurging that indis program intervention plan or clinical services
Collecting Base Line Data
Cognitive Behavoirs
processing with concreate behavoirs and advancing to abstract levels of thinking
Social Behavoirs
social competence and indis who lack social skills
can have problems later in live in relations to social problems and need to be redirected
Phsysical Behavoirs
motor skills, senses, coor and bal, seq and patterns, perceptions, fitness elements
Psychological Behavoirs
ecpression or communication of feeling
Leisure Functioning
determine effects of TR intvercents and are required to ensure complaince with processional standards of practice
Primary Source of data is....
Secondary Sources of Data
client records, test results, team meetings, social histories, progess notes, family
Objective Assessment Data
observable facts uninfluenced by emotional or personal prejudices, beliefs or idea
Subjective Assessment Data
influenced by personal interpretation and somtimes peronal bias
Self Report Methods
clients ability to communicate verbal and non
organized response
perception of clients life situation
Attending Skills
behavoirs that let the client know that you are interested in hh and are paying attention to what he or she has to say
Atteding behavoirs
eye contact
body language
vocal qualities
Interview Structure
general body appearance, body language and comfort level

can be unobtrusive or obtrusive
Performance tests
testing to identify performance criteria for the skill being tested
Using Secondary Data Sources
provide that information you have is accurate
helps keep from having patient repeat themselves
Summarizing Clients Strenths and needs
clinical ipressions and recommnedations for interfecntion, referral or for no service at all can be determined from this
Planning Process
identify clients strenghts and needs
prioritize problems and concerns
write goals and objectives
intervention strategies
Common Elements of Program Plans
formulate needs list
strenghts list
list goals
outcomes for each goal
plan activities
Writing Client Goals
identify general condition or change that will result from intervention
action verb to illustrate direction of change
client is the subject
Long term goal
clients functioning at discharge
short term goal
outcomes that are achieved in a short time period
Outcome measures
for each goal objectives are written specifying measurable outcomes that target client changes
anticipated changes in each of the assessed areas
monitor client changes
Features of Outcome Measures
action verb
Components of OM
subject of objectives
Activity based interventions
core of RT practice
Activity based interventions used for 2 primary reasons...
recreate client physically, psychologically, socially and spiratually at their own discretion
maintain meath and live meaningful lives
Aquring and Improving Fucntional Skills
identified with activity analysis
Sequence of Functional skills
planning the activity
taking action to follow through with plans
making adjustments as needed
completing the activity with appropriate ending and closure
specific activity that is selected to bring about therapeutic outcomes
activities that have a corrective restoratives or rehabilitative effects
Ex of Modalities
comm reintegrate
self esteem
problem solve
arts and crafts
Facilitation Techniques
theoretically grounded process that guides how a modality is applied and it is based on client problems
Ex of facilitation tech
social skills
behavoir modification
leisure ed
stress management and relax
sensory stim
group therapy
cog retraining
reality orientation
provision of the program using a variety of group and indi leadership tech

leadership skills, specilized intervention tech and unique personal skills to help rehab
Beginning the program
using self
getting clietns attention
motivate involvement
give directions
monitor clients actions during
Formative Evaluation
records data by session or throughout programs attended
organizes by objective, outcome measurs, problems area
progress notes
program observations
Summative Evaluation
when client has completed time period
end of natural conclusion of program
final step in process
where effectiveness of clients program is examined
prepare discharge or transtition plan
only by an agency not a person
association or agency grants public recognition to a program having met certian needs or standards
Institutional Acc.
new england
north central
Program Acc.
process of acknowledging the poession of prescribed creditials by listing qualified individuals on a gov roster
voluntary process whereby a non gov agency grants recog. of competency to an indi who has met certain predetermined qualifications
permission granted to indivudual when entering a certain occupation upon finding that indi has attained minimal degree of competency
Title Act
okay to practice without license
Practice Act
not okay to practice without license