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There are __ Allen's cognitive levels

6

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These levels determine the baseline of functioning for ____

Independence

3

Define cognitive disablity

Global incapacity to do universal human activities.

4

Level 6: Potential ___/______

Task environments/planned actions

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Level 5: immediate ______/ _______

task environment/exploratory actions.

6

Level 4: ____/______actions

Visual field/goal-directed actions

7

Level 3: _______/____actions

Arms reach/manual actions

8

Level 2: _____/______ actions

Body/Postural

9

Level 1: __,___, automatic _____

self, internal cues, actions

10

____ _____ create an assumption about a client's ability to respond to environmental cues

Extrinsic factors

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What are 4 intrinsic factors?

Cues, attention, motor action, speed

12

ACL level of ___ is minimal level for living alone

4.6

13

There are ___ modes of performance in the ACL

52

14

The ACL scale ranges from __ to __

0.8-6.0

15

Below level 1 is considered ____

Comatose

16

What is the age equivalent of ACL level 1

0-12 mo.

17

What is the age equivalent of ACL level 2

9 mo.-23 mo.

18

What is the age equivalent of ACL level 3

18 mo.-3 y

19

What is the age equivalent of ACL level 4

4 y.-7 y.

20

What is the age equivalent of ACL level 5

7 y.-17 y.

21

What is the age equivalent of ACL level 6

18y - 18< y.

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ACL level 1 respond best to ___ cues

Sensory

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ACL level 2 respond best to ___ cues

Proprioceptive

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ACL level 3 respond best to ___ cues

Tactile

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ACL level 4 respond best to ___ cues

Visual

26

ACL level 5 learns best through?

Trial and Error

27

ACL level 5 can relate to?

All cueing

28

True or False. Someone with an ACL of 5 can focus for more than an hour.

True

29

At ACL _, ____ cues can be followed

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Symbolic

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The goal for therapy should not be to _______, but rather focus on _____

Increasing the client's ACL
Functioning at highest potential within current level.

31

The progression of assistance is?

Observing, cueing, probing, rescuing

32

The ACL screening test is ___ focused. Give example

Task
Leather lacing

33

The RTI-2(Routine task inventory) rates ____

Client's cognitive levels in ADLs

34

The CPT (Cognitive performance test) is a ______ assessment, and includes?

Occupation based
Dressing, shopping, making toast, using telephone, washing, traveling