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WHAT IS VISUAL ACUITY?
THE ABILITY TO SEE
SEE
WHAT IS VISUAL PERCEPTION
THE ABILITY TO INTERPRET WHAT U SEE
INTERPRET WHAT U SEE
VISUAL-MOTOR SKILLS
COORDINATION OF THE EYES WITH THE HANDS
COORDINATION
VISUAL TRACKING
FOLLOWING TARGETS WITH SMOOTH EYE MVMT
FOLLOWING
THERAPEUTIC USE OF SELF
CONSCIOUS OR UNCONSCIOUS USE OF PERSONALITY TRAITS TO FACILITATE AN INDIVIUDAL ENGAGMENT IN AN ACTIVITY(IES)
USE OF SELF
PULL OUT SERVICE MODEL
PROVISION OF SPECIAL SERVICES OUTSIDE OF A CHILD CLASSROOM
PURPOSEFUL ACTIVITIES
TASKS THAT HAVE MEANING OR ANTICIPATED OUTCOMES
MEANINGFUL
RELATED SERVICES
SPECIAL SERVICES THAT MAY BE REQUIRED FOR A CHILD TO BENEFIT FORM SPECIAL EDUCATION
PROGRAM IE. OT, PT ETC
RESOURCE CLASSROOM
SMALL CLASSRM IN WHICH A CHILD WITH DISABILITY MAY SPEND PART OF THE SCH DAY OBTAINING ADDITIONAL HELP/SUPPORT IN AREAS OF ACADEMIC WEAKNESS.
ADDITIONAL HELP IN WEAK ACADEMIC AREAS
ROTE LEARNING
ACQUISITION OF BEHAVIORS THAT BECOME ROUTINE; LEARNING THRU MEMORIZATION AND REPETITION
MEMORIZATION AND REPETITION
SELF CONTAINED CLASSRM
SPECIAL CLASSRM WHERE A STUDENT SPENT MAJORITY OF HIS DAY; USE FOR STUDENT WITH COGNITIVE AND BEHAVIORAL DISABILITIES
SPEND MAJORITY OF TIME;FOR COGNITIVE AND BEHAVIORAL PROBLEM
SELF MUTILATING BEHAVIORS
DELIBERATE SELF INJURY
self injury
SIDE LYERS
EQUIPMENT USED TO POSITION CHILD ON SIDE; PROMOTES EYE-HAND REGARDS AND BRING HANDS TOGETHER AT MIDLINE
SKILL
A LEARNED ACTION OR BEHAVIOR
HANDLING TECHNIQUES
METHODS OF PROVIDING SPECIFIC SENSORY INPUT TO INDIVIDUALS WITH ATYPICAL MS TONE,POSTURE AND MVMT.
PROVIDING SENSORY INPUT
IDIOPATIC
OF UNKNOWN CAUSE; DISABILITY WITHOUT A DIAGNOSIS
NO DIAGNOSIS
FACILITATION
PLANNED, GRADED PHYSICAL GUIDANCE TECHNIQUES USED TO IMPROVE MVMT COORDINATION BY INCREASING INADEQUATE MS TONE
USED TO INCREASE TONE
EXCEPTIONAL EDUCATIONAL NEED (EEN)
THE DETERMINATION THAT A DISABILITY OR HANDICAPPING CONDITION EXISTS AND INTERFERE WITH THE CHILD OR ADOLSECENT ABILITY TO PARTICIPATE IN AN EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM
DISABILITY EXIST N INTERFERE WITH EDUCATION
CONSULTATION
THE ACT OR PROCESS OF PROVIDING ADVICE OR INFO; NOT HAND ON ONLY TALK
ASSISTED PERFORMANCE
PERFORMANCE REQUIRING SOME TYPE OF OUTSIDE HELP ; IE. VERBAL/PHYSICAL CUING/PROPTING
OUTSIDE HELP
WHAT IS POSITIONING
STATIC PROCESS THAT IMPORVES A CHILDS ABILITY TO MAINTAIN PSOTURAL CONTROL WHILE PARTICIPATING IN ACTIVITIES
MAINTAIN PSOTURE
WHAT IS HANDLING
DYNAMIC TECHNIQUES THAT GUIDES A CHILD MVMT
BENEFITS OF POSITIONING AND HANDLING
..ASSIST A CHILD WITH LEARNING VOLUNTARY CONTROL OF MVMT (SIMILAR TO NDT)

.. INCREASE CHILDS PHYSICAL COMFORT AND REDUCES FATIGUE
VOLUNTARY MVMT; INCREASE PHYSICAL REDUCES FATIGUE
WHAT ARE THE POSITIONING CHOICES
SUPINE
PRONE
SIDE-LYING
SITTING
STANDING
HANDLING TECHNIQUES- INHIBITION
NEUTRAL WARM
SLOW ROCKING
SLOW ROLLING
DEEP PRESSURE
DECREASE TONE
HANDLING TECHNIQUES- FACILITATION
BOUNCING
SWINGING
VIBRATION
ICING
INCREASE TONE
WHAT IS A SPLINT
DEVICES THAT IMMOBILIZE, RESTRAIN, OR SUPPORT SOME PART OF THE BODY; OFTEN TEMPORARY
WHAT IS ORTHOTICS
IS A MORE PERMANENT SPLINT
WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF A SPLINT OR ORTHOTICS
TO PROTECT, CORRECT OR ASSIST A JT, LIMB OR MS TO IMPROVE OCCUPATIONAL PERFORMANCE
INPROVE OCCUPATIONAL PERFORMANCE
WHAT A STATIC SPLINT
PREVENT MOVEMENT & PROMOTE
F(X)AL POSITION, PREVENT DEFORMITY
NOT MOVEABLE
WHAT IS A DYNAMIC SPLINT
ASSIST WITH MVMT WHILE SUPPORTING THE INVOLVED BONE(S), JT(S) OR MS.
MOVEABLE
OT GOALS OF SPLINTING
OUTCOMES INCL: IMPROVED F(X)
PREVENTION OF FURTHER INJURY
IMPROVED HYGIENE
PREVENT SKIN BREAKDOWN
SPLINTING FOR FUNCTION
SUPPLEMENTS EXISTING F(X)
PROVIDES STABILITY & CONTROLLED MOBILITY DURING F(X)AL ACTIVITIES
PURPOSE OF SPLINTING
1.DECREASE THE RISK/PREVENT DEFORMITIES USING STATIC SPLINT
2. SUSTAIN PASSIVE STRECTHING
3.PROVIDE SUPPORT AND REST FOR INVOLVED STRUCTURE

4.PROMOTES STABILITY TO IMPROVE BIOMECHANICAL F(X)ING
5.PROMOTE PROPER JT ALIGNMENT
#1-3 ARE USED AT NIGTH AND # 4-5 ARE USED DURING THE DAY