Ryan's Chapter 9, Occupational Choice
...self esteem throughout life. #6. Occupational therapy - directed at an individual's particpation in...individual health lifestyle. #9. Occupational therapy - Pairs skills & essential functions diminching...
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ACL levels NBCOT Exam
#1. Level of ACL: mostly unaware of what is going on. Pays attention for only a few seconds but carries out automatic habitual motor routines (i.e. self feeding).. very slow to respond to therapist's ...
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OT Recapitulation Ontongenesis Terms M-Z
#1. Tool use - - the manipulation of one object by application of another object rather than the hand #2. Transitional objects - – objects which help the child move toward an increasingly independen...
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Allen cognitive levels
#1. 5.6 - Social bonding, anticipates safety, driving & child care allowed #2. ACL 2.4-2.8 - 24 hr close on site attention Prevent tendency to resist care by allowing extra time for everything Must ...
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IEP NBCOT Exam
#1. IEP - Individualized Educational Program #2. IEP is what? - Designed for one student, creates an opportunity for teachers, parents, school admin, OT, PT, speech ect to work together to improve t...
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Intro into OT: 101 FINAL
...needs SOME OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY MODELS WHERE CRAFTS FOR THERAPY IS USED: - motor control...the brain, and body cannot be separated during therapy. - The occupational adaptation model deals...
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Peds Reflex NBCOT Exam
...that occur involuntarily and disappear as the infant - primitive reflexes #44. Typically used in therapy to provide sensorimotor/vestibular input matures - hammock #45. Reflex demo'd when infant's gums...
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#1. 5 reasons clts cant feed - poor ROM poor strength poor vision cognitive difficulties (decreased mental) eye hand coordination #2. 5 reasons clts cant eat - poor sucking impared lip closure diffi...
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OT Nerves Chapter 1 pg 5-6
#1. Neuron - basic cellular units of the nervous system #2. Neuron - a cell which is specialized to carry an electrical signal known as a nerve impulse. #3. Neuron - One of two major functional pro...
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OT Refex development in depth
#1. Rooting - stimulus: stroke around the mouth starting at the cormer of the mouth and moving toward the cheek #2. Rooting - response: infant opens mouth and turns face toward the stimulated side f...
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OT NERVES CH 7 NEUROTRANSMITTERS
#1. NEUROTRANSMITTERS - • Chemicals that relay modulate messages between neurons #2. NEUROTRANSMITTERS - o Released into the synaptic cleft #3. NEUROTRANSMITTERS - • Four major groups Amino acids P...
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OTA Ch 6 peripheral nervous system pg 35-38
#1. Peripheral nervous system - refers to all nervous tissue outside the bony structures of the vertebral column and skull. #2. Peripheral nervous system - It is the part of the system that is in co...
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SOAP NOTE'S 2ND ROUND OF NOTECARDS
#1. If a client required SUPERVISION due to safety concerns, mental health issues, or cognitive impairment, what should be indicated in the O? - The reason and level of supervision needed #2. Wha...
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OTPF, Part 2
...real-time, or near-time situations absent of physical contact #10. What does the Process of Occupational Therapy mean? - The way OT practitioners operationalize their expertise to provide services to clients....
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