#1. Why was the OTPF developed? - To articulate occupational therapy's contribution to promoting the health & participation of people, organizations, & populations through engagement in occupations. #2...
jeilers|9 years ago|±0|214 views
Ethics Final OT
Occupational Therapy educational levels levels? - COTA = certified occupational therapy assistant (associate...profession of occupational therapy and to represent the occupational therapy practitioners who work and...
dsowa95|8 years ago|+1|1,759 views
Important Terms/Concepts/Ideas For SCI
#1. What do the levels of spinal cord injury determine? - They determine which peripheral sensory and motor nerves are affected. #2. What are the complications of SCI's? - The complications are issu...
kittykat123|5 years ago|±0|11 views
NBCOT Review Guide
Rationalizations of correct and incorrect answers
JulieH|10 years ago|±0|92 views
Development of Play Occupations (Birth-Middle Childhood)
#1. Exploratory play with sensory play predominating - Birth-6 months #2. Social play focused on attachment and bonding with parents - Birth-6 months #3. Quiets when picked up - Birth-6 months #4. ...
Emily_Carlson|7 years ago|±0|60 views
Low Vision Vocab
#1. Clouding of the lens of the eye and occurs naturally with aging - Cataracts #2. Central part of what one sees when looking straight at an object - Center Vision #3. Vision disorder associated wi...
Julz|10 years ago|±0|79 views
#1. Specific abilities, characteristics, or beliefs that reside within the client and may affect performance in areas of occupation - Client Factors #2. The abilities clients demonstrate in the actio...
Julz|11 years ago|±0|64 views
Ryan Ch. 8, 9 & 10
#1. A specific plan for therapeutic intervention - The OT Process #2. OT process is made up of how many distinct procedural categories? - 5 #3. Service management is an additional 6th step in the OT...
Julz|10 years ago|+1|288 views