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The Occupational therapy Practice Framework is on its______ edition

3rd

Is the Framework an official AOTA document

yes

What three areas does the Framework define

persons, Groups, populations

What does the domain define

Areas of practice. OT practioner have established knowledge and expertise

What is the definition of process

Actions practioners take to provide client-centered and focused engagement

What is Uniform technology

A system of definitions unifying OT services, and personel

What is the OT domain statement

"Achieving health, well-being, and participation in life through engagement in occupation

Name the 5 areas of Domain

1. Occupation


2.Client Factors


3. Performance skills


4. Preformance patterns


5. Context & Environment

name the 8 Occupations

1. ADL


2.IADL


3.Rest/ Sleep


4. Education


5.Work


6. Play


7. Leisure


8. Social participation

name the 3 client factors

1, Values, Beliefs, spirituality


2. Body Functions


3. Body Structures

Name the 3 preformance skills

1. Motor Skills


2. Process Skills


3. Social Interaction Skills

Name the 4 preformance patterns

1. Habits


2. Routines


3. Roles


4. Rituals

Name the 6 Context & Environment areas

1. Cultural


2. personal


3.Physical


4. Social


5. Temporal


6. Virtual

What is an ADL

relating to taking care of one's own body

what are IADLs

more complex that basic self care, but are still important to daily living

What is Rest and Sleep according to the Domain

obtaining restortative rest and sleep

Describe work according to the Domain

occupations with or without financial reward

Describe play

spontaneous or organized activity that provides enjoyment

Describe Leisure

an activity that is intrensically motivating

What is Social Participation

subset of activities that involve social situations with others

describe some the client factor Values, beliefs and spiritually

Perceptions, motivations and related meaning that influence engagement in an activity

what is Adaptation

"Occupational Therapy Practitioners enable participation by modifying a task to preomote engagement in an activity

What is modification

modifying a task to make it wasier for person to complese , allowing for maximal participation

What is grading

viewing steps of an activity on a scale from simple to complex

what term is used to make a task more challanging?

upgrade

Describe body functions

senses, mental functions, cardiovascular health ect..

Which body structures are factors under the Domain

limbs, body organs....

under preformance skills what are motor skills

skills observed as the person interacts with a task and their self in an environment

Give examples of motor skills observations

Aligns, Positions, Paces, Flows, grips, manipulates, positions, reaches

What are process skills

does the person carry out an individual actions and steps, do they modity preformance is problems arise

Give examples of process skills

paces, heeds,chooses, sequences, terminates, Notices

What are Social interaction skills under Domain

Skills observed during ongoing social exchange

What are habits

automatic behaviors

what are routines

regular, repatitive patterns of behavior

What are rituals

symbolic actions with spiritual or cultural meaning

Definition of role

behaviors expected by society, shaped by culture

What is Culture under the Context and environmental section of the Domain

Customs, beliefs, behavior standards accepted by society

describe personal under context and environment of Domain

Features not releated to health status

What is temporal

location of an occupation preformance in time

describe virtual

environmental airways, computers...

physical

The natural environment and the built environment

Describe Social

Influence of relationships, and expectations of persons, organizations and populations

4 components of process

1, Practioner Expertise


- Clinical Reasoning about occupational Preformance


- Thereputic use of self


- Activity analysis


2. Evaluation


- Occupational Profile


- Analysis of Occupational Preformance


3.Intervention


- Intervention Plan


- INtervention implementation


- INtervention Review


4. Out comes


-Occupational Preformance


* Improvement


* Enhancement


- Prevention


- Health and Wellness


- Quality of life


- Participation


- Role Competence


- Well-being


- Occupational Justice

what is the theraputic use of self

MAking the client the focal point of the session.


its the therapists job to make sure this happensH

What is clinical reasoning about Occupational Preformance

taking into consideration the clients beliefs, valuues to support the client centeres intervention and outcome

What should be included in every evaluation


1, occupational profile


2. An analysis of occupartional preformance




3. Chart review

what does the occupational profile aim to do

- Gather information about the client


- Who is the client


- Why is the client seeking services


- What contentx environmentsal


- What re the clients priorities and deserved outcomes

What term is used when making a task less challanging

downgrading

What is the Just right challange?

Therapist will upgrade or downgrade an activity inorder to give the client the optimal task outcome

steps to identify the just right challange

1, dermine a ling term goal


2, deterine a short term goal

What is the purpose of Activity analysis

to determine if the activity will be appropriate in meeting the treatment goals established for the patient

What is therapeutic potential

the degree of liklihood that a theraputic goal can be achieved

OT uses theories from Biological science, Psychological science, Sociological science, Medicine, and ________________

Occupational science

What is the Frame of Reference

A guideline for practice that provides direction for evaluation and treatment

What is the purpose of the frame of reference

to link theroretical concepts to intervention

What is the Anatome of a FOR

1. Physical Disfunction


2. Psychosocial Function FOR's


3. Pediatrics FOR


4. Cognitive perceptual FOR

can more than one FOR be used at the same time?

Yes

What does the Physical Dysfunction FOR consist of

- Biomechanical


- NDT (Neurodevelopmental Treatment)


- Rehabilitation


- PNF (Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation)

What is the Psychosocial Function FOR consist of

Role Aquisition,


Behavorial


Psychodynamic


Cognitive Behavioral

What are the Pediatric FORs

Motor skill Acquisition


Sensory intregration

What are the Cognitive Perceptual FORs

Cognitive Rehabilitation


Dynamic Interaction


Neurofunctional

Biomechanical FOR involves which 3 components

Anatomy


Physiology


Kinsiology

Function/Dysfunction houses 5 physical atributes

1. Structural


2. Endurance


3. Edema


4. ROM


5. Strength

What are some indicators of function or dysfunction

- position and control


- Arom: observation and gonimeters


- Muscle Strength: manual muscle testing


- observation, volumetry, circumferential measurements


- observation of duration/ intensity of activities

What interventions would help function or Dysfunctional deficits

-splints and prosthetics


- passive, active assistive and active ROM exercises


- movement and progressive resistance will improve strength


- compression, elevation, tempurature control


- activity followed by rest to improve endurance