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What is the latin def of occupation?
to denote the seixing of oneself and one's possibitlies
NAME
this is to denote the seixing of oneset and ones possibilties
latin def of occupation
What are some common themes used to describe occupation? (7)
(1)meaningful (2)unique (3)autonmy..self directed (4)can be work, self maintenace, and play (5)ADL (6)is ordinary and familar (7)temproral (8)context is important
NAME
meaningful, unique, autonmy...self-directed, can be work, self maintence and play, ADL, and is ordinary and familiar
occupation
What is purposeful activity?
is a goal directed that is active-engagement and may not result in a product
NAME
this is a goal directed that is active engagement and may not result in a product
purposeful activity
NAME
these activties hve personal meaning combined w a goal directed quality and are encompassed w in occupations
purposeful activity
purposeful activity hve (1) combined w a goal directed and are encompassed w in occupations
personal meaning
WHat is purposeful activities used for? (5)
(1)evaluate occupations (2)faciliate occupations (3)develop occupations (4)restore occupations (5)maintain occupations
NAME
this is used by OTs to evulate occupations, faciliate occupations, develop occupations, restore occupations, and maintain occupations
purposeful activties
What is function?
is an evaluation of whether one performs the activity at an acceptable level
NAME
this is an evaluation of whether one performs the activity at an acceptable level
function
NAME
this is used as a tool/modality to improve involvement in occupations
function
function can be used as a tool to improve (1)
involvement in occuaptions
What are the functions of

note taking? (3)
(1)is legigible?
(2)is organized?
(3)did u write down the important materials?
WHat is the function of dressing--buttoning your shirt?
(1)are the buttons lined up striaght?
(2)did u miss any?
What does it mean occupation as a means?
is how OTs use occupations as a treatment
What does occupation as a end mean?
is how occupations can be purposeful and preportary
What does context mean?
is the evironment
NAME
this refers to the evironment
context
What is a functional acitvity according to the framework?
is the level of skill a person can do the activity
NAME
this is the level of skill a person can do an activity
functional activity
What are (3)parts the occuaptional therapy practice framework?
OTs can use (1)occupation (2)purposeful activity (needs functional activity) (3)prepartory activity (not ready for above)
NAME
this says that OTs can use occupations, purposeful activties (funcational activity), or preparatory activties
framework
What is preparatory activity?
is when the patient cannot perform a purposeful activity or occupation so they hve to excerises to increase their strength and is enabling
NAME
this is when the patient cannot perform a purposeful activity or occupation so they hve to excerise to increase their strength and is enabling
preparatory activity
What is adjunctive?
refers to excersies
NAME
this refers to excerises
adjunctive
What does enabling mean?
refers to moving an object
nAME
this refers to moving an object
enabling
NAME
this is the focus and targeted end objective of occupational therapy
engagement in occupation to support particpation in context
Draw the person environment
see notes
What are the differ components of a person? (4)
(1)personal context (2)spirtual context (3)performance patterns and skills (4)client factors-body structures and body functions
NAME
this has differ components such as the personal context, spirtual context, performance patterns and skills, and client factors-body structures and body functions
person
What are the differ components of an occupation? (note-contexts)(4)
(1)physical (2)social (3)temporal (4)virtual
NAME
this has four components--physical, social, temporal, and virtual
occupation
What are the components of an evironment?
(1)areas of occupation such as IADL and ADL, and basic skills (2)activity demands
NAME
some components of this include areas of occupation such as IADL, ADL, and basic skills and activity demands
environment
What are some activity demands? (4)
(1)objects needed (2)properties (3)sequence (4)timing
NAME
some of these include objects needed, properties, sequence, an d timing
activty demands
OT look at ways to increase the over lap in the center of the (1)
occupational performance or function
What are some ways that OTs work w patients to increase the overlap btwn in the center of the PEO model? (3)
(1)create or promote the environment (2)establish/ restore (ex the person) (3)maintain the person or the evirionment
What are some ways that OTs work w patients to increase the overlap btwn in the center of the PEO model? (5)
(1)create or promote the environment (2)establish/ restore (ex the person) (3)maintain the person or the evirionment (4)modify the evironment/person (5)prevent the evironment or person
What is one way to restore the patient's families in a intensive care unit? (2)
adapt time hours so that they cannot see their family members during lunch so they will eat or sleep (2)offer them a free pass to the gym (4)modify the evironment/person (5)prevent the evironment or person
What are some ways to look at a person abilites?
id top 5 abilities in emotional, cognitive, and physical
What are some ways to look at a person abilites?
id top 5 abilities in emotional, cognitive, and physical
What is a roles grid?
see picture
What are (4)types of sensory types people can fit into based on their morning routine? (4)
(1)low registration (2)sensitive (3)sensory seeking (4)sensory avoiding
What are (4)types of sensory types people can fit into based on their morning routine? (4)
(1)low registration (2)sensitive (3)sensory seeking (4)sensory avoiding
What is a person that is low registration like? (4)
(1)high thresholds to stimuli-few stimuli are salient for them to notice
(2)appear flat and unresponsive (3)appear exhuasted or apathetic (4)successful environment ex lively music, adapt steering wheel for driving, and increased contrast btwn sensory experiences
What is a person that is low registration like? (4)
(1)high thresholds to stimuli-few stimuli are salient for them to notice
(2)appear flat and unresponsive (3)appear exhuasted or apathetic (4)successful environment ex lively music, adapt steering wheel for driving, and increased contrast btwn sensory experiences
NAME
this sensory type has (1)high thresholds to stimuli-few stimuli are salient for them to notice
(2)appear flat and unresponsive (3)appear exhuasted or apathetic (4)successful environment ex lively music, adapt steering wheel for driving, and increased contrast btwn sensory experiences
low registration
WHat is a sensitive person?(4)
has (1)very low thresholds (2)react quickly (3)hyperactive and distractble (4)bothered by other stimuli (5)successful environment (has to be predictable and stable and quiet workroom)
What is a sensitive person (4)
has (1)very low thresholds (2)react quickly (3)hyperactive and distractble (4)bothered by other stimuli (5)successful environment (has to be predictable and stable and quiet workroom)
NAME
this sensory type has (1)very low thresholds (2)react quickly (3)hyperactive and distractble (4)bothered by other stimuli (5)successful environment (has to be predictable and stable and quiet workroom)
sensitive person
What is a sensory seeking person like (4)?
has (1)variable thresholds and they also respond quickly (2)exploratory behaviors (3)add sensory input to their actions (4)successful environments (snacks, and free dom to move)
What is a sensory seeking perosn like? (4)
has (1)variable thresholds and they also respond quickly (2)exploratory behaviors (3)add sensory input to their actions (4)successful environments (snacks, and free dom to move)
NAME
this sensory type has (1)variable thresholds and they also respond quickly (2)exploratory behaviors (3)add sensory input to their actions (4)successful environments (snacks, and free dom to move)
sensory seeking
What is a sensory avoiding person like? (3)
(1)variable thersholds and they also respond quickly (2)like rituals (3)tasks avoid sensation (3)successful environment--construct environment to manage input and provide them w some element of control, and notfiy them of change
What is a sensory avoiding person like? (3)
(1)variable thersholds and they also respond quickly (2)like rituals (3)tasks avoid sensation (3)successful environment--construct environment to manage input and provide them w some element of control, and notfiy them of change
NAME
this sensory type (1)variable thersholds and they also respond quickly (2)like rituals (3)tasks avoid sensation (3)successful environment--construct environment to manage input and provide them w some element of control, and notfiy them of change
sensory avoiding
What are (3)important parts to consider in a environment?
(1)the space and place (2)objects (3)community
What are some compents to consider about communities?
(1)local (2)national (3)international (4)habits, routines an rituals
Describe space (2)
is everywhere-can be new and unfamiliar (2)can explore it
NAME
this is everywhere, can be new and unfamiliar, and can explore it
space
Describe place?
(1)unique and familiar to person (2)safe (3)has a sense of belonging (4)search for homeostatsis
NAME
this is unique and familiar to the person, safe, has a sense of beloning, and is our search for homeostatsis
place
WHat are two place we tend to id as place?
(1)home (2)work
NAME
these include home and work
place
Describe thrid place
(1)not home or work (2)unique to the person (3)faimilar and safe (4)sense of belonging (5)homeostasis
NAME
this is not home or work, is unique to the person, familiar and safe, has a sense of belonging, and homeostasis
third place
Give example of a third place
Friends....coffee house
What are the parts of a community? (4)
(1)is inclusive (2)there is a level of commitment (3)consensus (4)safe place and hve public characters
NAME
this type of environment is inclusive, requires a level of commitment, consesus, is a safe place, and has public characters
community
What effects does the commninty have on use?
shapes our beliefs, values, and rules and ethics
What are some examples of counterfeit communities?
townhall meetings (2)adveristements such as ones for Applebees, churches, and neighborhood developments
What are some major markers common events btwn the stages of the timeline drawn in class?(3)
(1)people (2)events (3)accomplishments
What is habit?
is performed repeatidly, automatically w little variation
NAME
is something that is performed repeatedly, automatically and w little variation
habit
What is a routine?
is your normal procedure consisting of all your habits
NAME
regular, more or less unvarying procedures, customary, prescribed, or habitual, as of business daily life
routine
Why are objects important?
help us to understand what people are and what they might become one
NAME
these help us to understand what people are and what they might become one
objects
NAME
this is the interlocking pattern of jst human relationships in which people hve a least a minimial sense of consensus w a definable territory.
community
Describe a community?
(1)inclusive (2)commitment (3)consensus (4)safe place (5)public characters
NAME
this is inclusive, has commitment, consenus, safe place, and public characters
community
What effect does the community hve on us? (3)
(1)beliefs (2)values (3)rules/ ethics
NAME
this is a structure by which an occupation is organized
routine
NAME
sequencing combining, processes, procedures, steps or occupations
routine
Our environment is made up of (1)
habits, routines, and rituals
What are some common things people know about rituals?
(1)what to expect (2)who's present during the ritual (3)purpose of the ritual
What are some types of rituals?(2)?
(1)social (interaction and familial ritual) (2)sacred and secular rituals
Communion is an example of what type of ritual?
sacred and secular
Give an example of a ritual?
communion
What are some of the different types of measuring tools? (6)
(1)tape measure (2)straight edge rules such (3)scatch Awl(4)squares (5)levels (6)plumb bobs
Id pic on paper
(1)level (2)level (3)Plumb bobs
What is a scratch awl?
is marking tool that straches the wood
NAME
this is a marking tool that straches the wood
scratch awl
What are some type of saws? (3)
(1)crosscut saw (2)ripsaw (3)coping saw
What is a crosscit saw?
is used to cut perpendicular to the grain of the wood
NAME
this saw is used to cut peroendicular to the grain of the wood
crosscut saw
What is a ripsaw?
is used to cut parallel to the grain of the wood
NAME
this is used to cut parallel to the grain of the wood
ripsaw
What is coping saw?
cuts w the grain of the wood and used for finer cut
NAME
this saw provides a finer ct and cuts w the grain of the wood
coping saw
WHat is the bevel edge chisels?
removes wood in specfic areas
NAME
this is used to remove wood in specfic areas
chisels
What are (2)types of files?
(1)mil file (2)triangular` file
NAME
these include mil and traingular file
files
What is the mill file?
is used for sharpening knifes
NAME
this is used for sharpening knifes
mill file
What is the traingular file?
used for gross shaping of wood
NAME
this is used for gross shaping of the wood
triangular file
What are the differ types of hammers? (4)
(1)claw (2)mallet (3)all-peen (4)upholester's hammer
NAME
some types of this include claw, mallet, all-peen, and upholster's
hammer
What is the upholster's hammer?
have magnetic face for starting and picking up tacks, and nonmagentic part to drive the nail
NAME
this type of hammer has a have magnetic face for starting and picking up tacks, and nonmagentic part to drive the nail
upholsterer's hammer
What are the different types of nails? (4)
(1)common nail (2)finishing nail (3)tack nail (4)upholstery nail
NAME
some types of this include: (1)common nail (2)finishing nail (3)tack nail (4)upholstery nail
nails
What are (2)differ screwdrivers?
(1)slot (2)phillips
NAME
these types include slot and phillips
screwdrivers
What are some types of screws?
(1)slot (2)phillips (3)slot phillips combo (4)allen square (5)phillips hex (6)slotted hex (7)six lobe
nAME
some types of this include (1)slot (2)phillips (3)slot phillips combo (4)allen square (5)phillips hex (6)slotted hex (7)six lobe
screws
What are sockets used for?
removing/screwing in bolts in
NAME
this is used to remove and screw in bolts
sockets
What are some types of wrenches ?
(1)open wrench (2)combo wrench (3)adjustable wrench (4)allen wrenches (5)hex wrenches
NAME
some types of this include (1)open wrench (2)combo wrench (3)adjustable wrench (4)allen wrenches (5)hex wrenches
wrenches
What is flat head piler?
is used for gross work
NAME
this is used for gross work
flat head pilers
NAME
this type of pilers is sued for fine work
needle nose piler
What is needle nose piler?
is used for fine work
What are some types of piler?(4)
(1)flat head (2)needle nose (3)wire cutter (4)round head
What is circular saw?
is used for cutting lumber, speed and accuracy, and portable
nAME
this is used for cutting lumbar, speed and accuracy, and portable
circular saw
What is sabre saw?
striaght rups into up to 2' thick, crosscut, or enclosed holes
What is router?
is a diverse tool for cutting joints, mortise, shaping decorative edges, milling molding, and carving signs and plaques
NAME
this is a diverse tool for cutting joints, mortise, shaping decorative edges, milling molding, and carving signs and plaques
router
What is the jigsaw used for?
used for more delicate works
NAME
this is used for more delicate works
jigsaw
What are the differ performance components?
(1)sensorimotor component (2)cognitive integration and cognitive components (3)psychosocial skills and psychological components (4)
What is sensorimotor component?
is the ability to receive input, process info, and produce output
NAME
this is the ability to receive input, process info, and produce output
sensorimotor component
What is sensory awarness>
receiving and differentiating sensory stimuli
NAME
this receiving and differentiating sensory stimuli
sensory awareness
What is sensory processing?
is interpreting sensory stimuli
NAME
this is interpreting sensory stimuli
sensory processing
What is tactile?
interpreting light touch, pressure, temperature, pain, and vibration through contact/receptiors
NAME
this is interpreting light touch, pressure, temperature, pain, and vibration through contact/receptiors
tactile
What is one way to test tactile?
(1)hot/cold (2)light touch
What is proprioceptive ?
knowing where your body is space and time
NAME
is interpreting stimuli originating in muscles, joints, and other internal tissues that give info about the position of one part part in relation to the other
proprioceptiv
NAME
this is knowing where your body is in space and time
proprioceptive
Under the performance components, what are you looking for in proprioceptive component?
is interpreting stimuli originating in muscles, joints, and other internal tissues that give info about the position of one part part in relation to the other
NAME
this refers to balance
vestibular
When testing vestibular what are you intrepreting?
stimuli from the inner ear receptors regarding head postion and movment
NAME
this involves interpreting stimuli from inner ear receptors regarding head position and movment
vestibular
What is the visual component ut--iii?
interpreting stimuli through the eyes including peripheral vision and acuity and awareness of color and pattern
NAME
this is interpreting stimuli through the eyes including peripheral vision and acuity and awareness of color and pattern
visual component
Give ex of how you would test vestibular?
(1)swinging (2)lay on belly on ball
What are some ways you can test auditory?
claping, calling name
What is one way to test for stereognosis?
is id objects through proprioception, cognition, and sense of touch
according to the ut-iii, what is auditory?
interpreting and localizing sounds, and discriminating background sounds
NAME
this is interpreting and localizing sounds, and discriminating background sounds
auditory
What is gustatory?
is interpreting tastes
NAME
this is interpreting tastes
gustatory
What is olfactory?
is interpreting odors
NAME
this is interpreting odors
olfactory
What is perceptual processing?
is organizing sensory input into meaningful patterns
NAME
this is organizing sensory input into meaningful patterns
perceptual processing
What are some types of pereceptual processing? (12)
(1)stereogenosis (2)kinesthesia
(3)pain response (4)body scheme (5) right-lift discrimination (6) form constancy (7)position in space (8)visual closure (9) firgue ground (10) depth perception, (11)spatial relations (12) topographical orientation
NAME
some types of this include stereognosis, kinesthesia, pain response, body scheme, right-lift discrimination, form constancy, position in space, visual closure, firgue ground, depth perception, spatial relations, and topographical orientation
perceptual processing
What is perceptual processing?
organizing sensory input into meaningful patterns
NAME
this is organizing sensory input into meaningful patterns
perceptual patterns
What is stereognosis?
id objects through proprioception, cogintion, and the sense of touch.....finding a object w out looking
NAME
this is id objects through proprioception, cognition, and the sense of touch
sterepgnosis
What is kinesthesia?
idying the excursion and direction of joint movment
NAME
is id the excursion and direction of joint movement
kinesthesia
What is pain response?
is interpreting noxious stimuli
NAME
this is interpreting noxious stimuli
pain response
What is body scheme?
is acquiring an internal awareness of the body and the relationship of body parts to each other
NAME
this is acquiring an internal awareness of the body and the relationship of body parts to each other
body scheme
What is right-left discrimination?
differentiating one side from the other
NAME
this is differentiating one side from the other
right-left discrimination
What is form constancy?
is recognizing forms and objects are the same in various environments positions and sizes
NAME
is recognizing forms and objects as the same in various environments, positions, and sizes
form constancy
What is position in space?
determing the spatial relationships of firgues and objects to self or other forms and objects
NAME
determing the spatial relationships of firgues and objects to self or other forms and objects
position in space
Give ex of form constancy?
not able to tell toothpaste in tube
Give ex of firgue ground?
is a book...being able to tell white-background from letters=objects
Give ex of depth perception?
how far way something is,
If someone has depth perception problems, what might they have trouble w? (3)
(1)telling how far away something is (2)washing hands and telling where the water is (3)trouble walking up stairs
NAME
someone w this problem may hve trouble washing their hands and telling where the water is and walking up the stairs
depth perception
Give ex of topographical orientation?
finding something outside of room
What is visual closure?
id forms or objects from incomplete presentations
NAME
this is id forms or objects from incomplete presentations
visual closure
What is figure ground?
differentiating btwn foreground and background forms and objects
NAME
differentiating btwn foreground and background forms and objects
figure ground
What is depth perception?
determing the relative distance btwn objects, figures, or landmarks and the observer, and changes in planes of surfaces
NAME
determing the relative distance btwn objects, figures, or landmarks and the observer, and changes in planes of surfaces
depth perception
What is spaitial relations?
used to in determinging the position of objects relative to each other
NAME
is used to determing the position of objects relative to each other
spatial relations
What is topographical orientation?
is used in determining the location of objects and settings and the route to the location
NAME
this is used in determining the location of objects and settings and the route to the location
topographical orientation
What are some the comopnents to the neuromusculoskeletal according to the ut-iii? (7)
(1)reflex (2)range of motion (3)muscle tone (4)strength (5)endurance (6)postural control (7)postural alignment (8)soft tissue integrity
What is reflex?
eliciting an involuntary muscle response by sensory input
NAME
this is eliciting an involuntary muscle response by sensory input
reflex
What is the range of motion?
is moving body parts through arc
NAME
is moving body parts through an arc
range of motion
What is muscle tone?
is demonstrating a degree of tension or resistance in a muscle at rest in response to stretch
NAME
this is demonstrating a degree of tension or resistance in a muscle at rest in respones to stretch
muscle tone
What is strength?
is demonstrating a degree of muscle power when movment is resisted as w objects or gravity
nAME
this is demonstrating a degree of muscle power when movement is resitsted as w objects or gravity
strength
What is endurance?
sustaining cardaic, pulmonary, and musculoskeletal exeration over time
NAME
this is sustaining cardiac pulmonary and musculoskeletal exertion over time
endurance
What is postural control?
using right and equilibrium adjustments to maintain balance during functional movments
NAME
this is using right and equilibrium adjustmnets to maintain balance during functional movements
postural control
What is postural alignment?
maintaining biomechnical integrity among body part
NAME
this is maintaining biomehcnical integrity among body parts
postural alignment
WHat is soft tissue integrity?
maintaining anatomical and physiological condition of interstitial tissue and skin
NAME
this is maintaining anatomical and physiological condition of interstitial tissue and skin
soft tissue integrity
Give ex of how to test postural contorl?
have bounce on ball
Give ex of soft tissue integrity?
shifting in chair...people w wheelchair
What are some components of motor according to the ut-iii? (7)
(1)gross coodrination (2)crossing the midline (3)laterality (4)bilateral integration (5)motor control (6)praxis (7)fine coordination/dexterity
NAME
this is using large muscle groups for controllled and goal directed movements
gross coordination
What is gross coodrination according to the ut-iii?
is using large muscle groups for controlled and goal directed movements
What is crossing hte midline?
is moving limbs and eyes across the midsagittal plane of the body
Another name for the midline is (1)
midsagittal plane
Another name for the (1)is midsagittal plane
midline
NAME
this is moving limbs and eyes across the midsagittal plane
crossing hte midline
What laterality?
is using the preferred unilateral body part for activties requiring a high level of skill
NAME
this is using the preferred unilateral body part for activties requiring a high level of skill
laterality
What is bilateral integration?
coordinating both sides of the body during activity
NAME
this is coordinating both sides of the body during activity
bilateral integration
What is motor control?
using hte body in functional and verstaile movement patterns
nAME
this is using the body in functional and verstile movement patterns
motor contorl
What is praxis?
conceiving and planning new motor act in response to an environment demand
NAME
this is conceiving and planning new motor act in response to an environmnet demand
praxis
What is fine coordinatation/dexterity according to the ut=iii?
using small group of muscle groups for controlled movements, particularly in object manipulation
NAME
this is using small group of muscle groups for controlled movements, particularly in object manipulation
fine coordination/dexterity
fine coordination is another name for (1)
dexterity
(1)is another name for dexterity
fine coordination
Give ex of poor motor contorol?
reaching for an object and you hve a stroke so you arm doesnt go where you want it to
Give ex of using praxis?
your are in a new room. you have to firgue out how to get around desks and chairs
What is visual-motor integration?
coordinating info the eyes w body movement during activity
NAME
this coordinating hte interaction of info from the eyes w body movement during activity
visual motor intergration
What is oral-motor control?
is coordinating orophayngel musculare for controlled movments
NAME
this is coordinating oropharyngeal musculature for controlled movement
oral-motor control
Give ex of using oral-motor control?
swallowing, chewing, drinking and eating
What are the cognitive integration and cognitive components?
is the ability to use higher brain functions
nAME
this is the ability to use higher brain functions
cognitive integration and cognitive components
What is level of arousal?
is demonstrating alertness and responsiveness to environmental stimuli
NAME
this is demonstrating alertness and responsiveness to environmental stimuli
level of arousal
What is orientation?
is id person, place, time, and situation
NAME
this is being able to id person, place, time and situation
orientation
What is recognition?
is id familiar faces, objects and other previsouly presented material
NAME
this is being able to id familar faces, objects, and other previsously presented material
recoginition
What is attention span?
is focusing on the task over time
nAME
this is focusing on the task over time
attention span
What is initiation of activity?
starting a physical or mental activity
NAMe
this is starting a physical or mental activity
initiation of activty
What is termination of activity?
is stoping an activity at an appropriate time
NAME
this is stopping an activity at an approopriate time
termination of activity
What is memory?
being able to recall info after brief or long period of time
nAME
this is being able to recall info after brief or long periods of time
memory
What is sequencing?
placing info, concepts, and actions in order
nAME
this is placing info, concepts, and actions in order
sequencing
What is categorization?
is id similarities of and differneces among pieces of environmental info
NAME
this is id similarities of and differences among pieces of environmental info
categorization
What is concept formation?
is organizing info into thoughts and ideas
NAME
this is organizing a variety of info to form thoughts and ideas
concept formation
What is spatial operations?
no hands...is mentally manipulating the postion of objects in various relationship
NAME
no hands...this is mentally manipulating the position of objects in various relationship
spatial operations
What is problem solving according to the ut-iii?
recognizing problems, defining a problem, id alternative plans, selecting a plan, organizing hte steps, implementing a plan, and evaluating the outcome
NAME
this is recognizing problems, defining a problem, id alternative plans, selecting a plan, organizing hte steps, implementing a plan, and evaluating the outcome
problem solving
what is learning according to the ut-iii?
acquiring new concepts and behaviors
nAME
this is acquiring new concepts and behaviors
learning
What is generalization according to the ut-iii?
applying previously learned concepts and behaviors to variety of new situations
NAME
this is applying previously learned concepts and behaviors to variety of new situations
generalization
Give ex of spatial operations?
manipulating object in head such as math problems
What are values according to the ut-iii?
id the ideas of beliefs that are important to self and other
NAME
this is id the ideas of beleifs that are important to self and other
value
WHat is interests according to the ut-iii?
id mental or physical activties that create pleasure and maintain attention
NAME
this is being able to id mental or physical activities that create pleasure and maintain attention
interests
What is self-concept according to the ut-iii?
developing the value of the physical, emotional, and sexual self
NAME
this is developing the value of the physical, emotional, and sexual self
self concept
Give ex of how you might test someone values
use the value inventory rating summary
Give ex of how you might test someones interets?
the level of interest in paricular activites test
Give ex of how you might test someone role performance?
use the role checklist
What is role performance?
is id, maintaining, and balancing functions one assumes or acquires in soceity
NAME
this is id, maintaining, and balancing functions one assumes or aquires in society
role performance
What is social conduct according the ut-iii?
interacting by using manners, personal space, eye contact, gestures, active listening, and self expression appropriate to one's environment
NAME
this is interacting by using manners, personal space, eye contact, gestures, active listening, and self expression appropriate to one's environment
social conduct
What is the interpersonal skills according to the ut iii?
using verbal and nonverbal communication to interact w a variety of settings
What is the self-expression according the ut-iii?
using a variety of styles and skills to express thoughts, feelings, and needs
NAME
this is using a variety of styles and skills to express thoughts, feelings, and needs
self expression
NAME
this is using verbal and nonverbal communication to interact w a variety of settings
interpersonal skills
Give ex of how you might test someone's self expression?
art
What is coping skill according to the ut iii?
is id and managing stress and related factors
NAME
this is id and managing stress and related factors
coping skills
What is time mangement according to the ut iii?
planning and participating in a balance of self-care, work, leisure, and rest activties to promote satisfication and health
NAME
this is planning and participating in a balance of self-care, work, leisure, and rest activties to promote satisfication and health
time mangment
How might you help test a patient time mangment skills?
use activity balance chart, keep activity record
What is self control according to the ut-iii?
is modifying one's own behavior in response to environment needs
NAME
this is modifying one's own behavior in response to environment needs, demands, constraints, personal aspirations, and feedback from others
self control
analyze the trivets activity

(1)name major and minor components (2)What are some precautions?
(1)fine motor movment, gross motor movement, postural control, vision, visual-motor integration, social conduct, depth perception, attention span, self expression, problem solving, tactile, intiation and termination of activity, time management, sequencing, and concept foundation (2)may not be good to young kinds, people w want to eat tiles, arthrist (may need bigger tiles), grout may cause problems w respiratory problems and memory problems
analyze the string activity

(1)name major and minor components (2)What are some precautions?
Major components=memory, position in space, social conduct, concept foundation, values, interest, (2)who not to use this w......low social conduct, low self control, little kids, trouble determing activties....can be used to build memory, interpersonal skills, and self concept
analyze the 5 sort value inventory activity

(1)name major and minor components (2)What are some precautions?
(1)major components-values, attention span, sqequncing, recoginition of words, spatial relations, categorization, and memory (2)may need to be adpated for someone w visual-motor, visual, fine motor coordination and firgue ground (3)precautions-narrow pop can use bc needed to be high education level and attention spand, ....may not want to use on someone w decreased attention and cont orgnaize self
How do you test visual acuity?
use eye chart
What is oculmotor control?
is having full range of motion e eyes
NAME
this is having full range of motion w eyes
oculmotor control
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WHat is healthy people 2010?
is a natl prevention initiative for the USA
NAME
this is a natl prevention initiative for the USA
healthy people 2010
what are some of the goals of health people 2010? (2)
(1)increase quality of life and years of life (2)improve functional capacity and produtive life
What is health promotion?
as any planned combo of eductional, political, regulatory, environmental, and organizational supports for actions and conditions of living conductive to the health of persons, groups or communties
NAME
this is a as any planned combo of eductional, political, regulatory, environmental, and organizational supports for actions and conditions of living conductive to the health of persons, groups or communties
health promotion
T or F
health promotion is generally treatment oriented
false
What is wellness?
as a dynamic way of life that involves actions, values, and attiudes that support or improve bot health and quality of life
NAME
this as a dynamic way of life that involves actions, values, and attiudes that support or improve bot health and quality of life
wellness
What are (3)levels of prevention?
(1)primary (2)secondary (3)tertiary
NAME
this has three levels: primary, secondary, and teritary
prevention
What is health?
is a complete state of physical, mental, and social well being and not just the absence of disease
NAME
this is a complete state of physical, mental, and social well being and not just the absence of disease
health
What is primary prevention?
are education or health strategies designed to help people avoid the onset of unhealth conditions, diseases, or injuries
NAME
these are education or health strategies designed to help people avoid the onset of unhealhty conditions, diseases, or injuries
primary prevention
What is secondary prevention?
includes early detection and treatment designed to prevent or disrupt the disabling process
NAME
this includes early detection and treatment designed to prevent or disrupt the disabling process
secondary prevention
What is tertiary prevention?
refers to treatment and services designed to arrest the progression of a condition, prevent further disability and promote social opportunity
NAME
are purposeful and meaningful daily activties that fill a person's time and are typically organized as self-care, work, play-lesiure and rest
occupation
What is occupational imbalance?
is a lack of balance among work, rest, self care, and play/leisure that fails to meet indvl unique physical, social, or mental health needs, thereby decreased health, well being, or both
NAME
is a lack of balance among work, rest, self care, and play/leisure that fails to meet indvl unique physical, social, or mental health needs, thereby decreased health, well being, or both
occupational imbalance
What is occupational deprivation?
is when limiations prevent a person from enjoying meaningful occupations
NAME
includes circumstances or limitations that prevent a person from acquiring, using, and enjoying occuaptions
occupational deprivation
What is occupational alienation?
is a sense of estrangement and lack of satisfaction in one's occuaptions
NAME
is a sense of estrangement and lack of satisfaction in one's occuaptions
occupational alienation
What are (3)roles OTs can play in health promotion?
(1)they can promote a healthy lifestyle for all clients and their families, including cleints w physical, mental, or cogintive impairments (2)occupational therapy practitioners have an opportunity to complement existing health promote of efforts by adding the unique contribution of occupations to programs developed by experts (3)ots can focus on indvl level
Humans are (1)beings
occupational
NAME
this is an indvl or group experience in which health and qualty of life are comprised bc of being overoccupied or underoccupied
occupational imbalance
NAME
are experiences of meaningless or purposeless, a sense of isolation, powerlessness, fustration, loss of control, or estrangement from society or self that results from engagement in occupations that do satisfy the inner needs
occupational alienation
NAME
a transient temproary condition of being restricted from participation in necessary or meaningful occupations such as that cuased by illness, temporary relations, or temporary employment
occupational disruption
NAME
this is justice aimed at giving people the opportunities and resources they need to participate in occupations to be healthy and satisfied
occupational justice
What is occupational justice?
is justice that aims at giving people the opportunities and resources they need to participate in occupations to be healthy and satisfied
What are some beliefs of occupational justice? (5)
(1)humans are occupational beings (2)humans participate in occupations as autonomous agents (3)occupational participation in interdependent and contexual (4)occupational participation is a determinant of health and quality of life
NAME
some core of beliefs of this include (1)humans are occupational beings (2)humans participate in occupations as autonomous agents (3)occupational participation in interdependent and contexual (4)occupational participation is a determinant of health and quality of life
occupational justice
What are some core principles of occupational justice? (4)
(1)empowerment through occupation (2)inclusive classification of occupations (3)enablement of occupational potential (4)diversity, inclusion, and shared advantage in occupational participation
NAME
(1)empowerment through occupation (2)inclusive classification of occupations (3)enablement of occupational potential (4)diversity, inclusion, and shared advantage in occupational participation
occupational justice