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Model of human occupation

Negative feedback during purposeful ax may result in negative interpretation & a lack of motivation to participate.

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Behavioral Theoretical Concepts

Reinforcement can be used to develop & increase desired behaviors

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Cognitive disability theoretical concepts

Modify the task difficulty to enable success & safety

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Rehabilitation theoretical concept

Environment influences the fx level of independence

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Developmental Theoretical concepts

Tx & eval are often done w/ caregiver involvement

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Model of human occupation

Positive feedback during purposeful ax & positive interpretation results in positive success cycle

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Dynamic Theoretical Concepts

Tx makes the unconscious drives conscious & allows them to be expressed appropriately

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What is important to consider for behavior

Intensity, duration, and frequency

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Developmental Theoretical concepts

View life as an ongoing developmental process

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What can reinforcement be used to develop & increase

Behavior

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Dynamic Theoretical Concepts

Tx is used to develop socially acceptable ways to express drives

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Behavioral Theoretical Concepts

Behavior is shaped by environment responses

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Cognitive disability theoretical concepts

There are six cognitive levels of processing which can be determined through assessment

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Developmental Theoretical concepts

Assess & treat to progress individual toward variable age-appropriate fx

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Dynamic Theoretical Concepts

Unconscious forces affect behaviors as much as conscious ones

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Cognitive disability theoretical concepts

Cognition is the basis for all behavior

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Model of human occupation

Humans are intrinsically motivated to interact with the environment via meaningful ax

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Rehabilitation theoretical concept

Use adaptive equipment or techniques to enhance functioning

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Neurodevelopmental theoretical Concepts

Provide sensory info regarding normal muscle movements to promote normal movement & fx

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Person-Environment Occupational performance model

People are naturally motivated to explore their world & demonstrate mastery
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Rehabilitation theoretical concept

Compensate for physical & mental disabilities

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Neurodevelopmental theoretical Concepts

Brain damage causes abnormal muscle tone & reflexes, which cause impaired fx skills

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Sensory Integration theoretical Concepts

Improved sensory processing provides a foundation for enhanced attention & academic ability

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Neurodevelopmental theoretical Concepts

Neck & trunk control is foundation for all other body control

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Performance parts

ROM, strength, endurance

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Sensory Integration theoretical Concepts

Responding adaptively to environment enhances the intake & combining of sensory info

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Behavioral Theoretical Concepts

Intensity, duration, and frequency of behavior is important to consider

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Biomechanical Theoretical concept

ROM, strength, endurance result in improved functioning

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Person-Environment Occupational performance model

Settings in which people experience success help them feel good about themselves

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Biomechanical Theoretical concept

Improves performance in the component parts of the body result in improved functioning

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Sensory Integration theoretical Concepts

There is difficulty in taking in & combining sensory info & integrating w/ functional skills

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Biomechanical Theoretical concept

View body as a machine

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Person-Environment Occupational performance model

Through occupation, people develop their self-identity & derive a sense of fulfillment