OTPF: Performance Skills

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What are the 5 Performance Skills Areas?

Motor & Praxis
Sensory-Perceptual Skills
Emotional Regulation Skills
Cognitive Skills
Communication & Social Skills

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Describe Motor and Praxis

Planned movement
gross and fine motor

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What is Praxis?

Planning and carrying out motor movements

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What is apraxia?

The inability to perform purposeful movement

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What is Occulomotor?

Coordinating body parts with visual information while engaged in physical activity (Example: Playing ball)

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What is oralmotor?

The ability to move mouth to eat and chew

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What is included in Sensory-Perceptual Skills?

Visual, auditory, proprioception, tactile, olfactory, gustatory, & vestibular

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What is the visual sensory-perceptual skill?

What's seen with the eyes

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What is the auditory sensory-perceptual skill?

hearing familiar sounds with the ears

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What is the proprioception sensory-perceptual skill?

Knowledge of body position in space (Example: Raise your hand above your head - you know you're raising your own hand and it's your right hand)

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What is the tactile sensory-perceptual skill?

Sense of touch: light, firm, pain, temperature, vibration

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What is the olfactory sensory-perceptual skill?

sense of smell

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What is the gustatory sensory-perceptual skill?

sense of taste

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What is the vestibular sensory-perceptual skill?

Located in the inner ear; activated by head movement
Balance; awareness of acceleration, decceleration, and spacial orientation

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What does Emotional Regulation Skills include?

Empathy and Sympathy

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What is empathy?

The ability to mutually experience thoughts, emotions, and direct experiences of others without them being directly communicated intentually; A SHARED EXPERIENCE (Example: Someone lost their mom; I've either lost my mom or someone close to me so I know exactly what they're going through.)

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What is sympathy?

Feelins of care and understanding for suffereing. Different than empathy in that it is NOT a shared experience. (Example: Someone lost a pet, but I've never had a pet; I can still feel sad with them but don't know exactly what they are going through.)

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What does Cognitive Skills involve?

Ability to sequence, prioritize, respond, and have high level cognitive skills.

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What two things are needed for high level cognitive skills?

Coping skills and problem solving

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What does Communication and Social Skills involve?

Actions and behaviors to interact with others; self-regulation (changes based on who you are with)