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Demonstration and performance
Therapist performs the task and the individual imitates the therapist's performance
Exploration and Discovery
A diversity of activities are made available and the individual is permitted to choose any activity and try it without specific instruction or directions
Explanation and Discussion
A verbal explanation of the task and a discussion of the activity components to either plan an activity or to reveiw what occurred during the activity are provided by the therapist
Role play
The therapist and/or individuals assume role and act out scenorios to practice behaviors prior to doing the behavior in a real situation
The individual acts out an activity performance using simulated tasks and or objects
Problem Solving
The process of teaching a person to analyze a situation, define the problem, outline potential solutions, select the solution that appears to be most viable, implement the solution, evaluate the outcome to determine if problem is resolved, and re-try a new solution, if needed.
Audiovisual aids
The use of slides, videos, and or audio cassettes to teach material with or without the presence of a therapist
Repetition and Practice
The repetitious engagement in a task to increase accuracy and speed
Behavioral management
The identification of behaviors that require development(e.g. appropriate social skills) and or require extinction(e.g. hitting people).
The implementation of a structured program to facilitate the desired behavioral change
Consumer/family/caregiver education
An organized, systematic approach to formally present info to increase knowledge. THe nature of the illness or disease, including etiology, signs and symptoms, functional implications, prognosis, and intervention is explained. THe maintenance of roles and occupational performance is emphasized. Methods for the prevention of secondary problems (e.g. decubiti) are provided. Community resources and supportive services are explored with appropriate referrals made.