Flashcards in Chapter 1 - Thinking Like an OT - Dirette pp 1-7 (Week 2) Deck (28)
_____ and ____ are the foundations of a treatment plan.
The core values of occupational therapy are (7)
The unselfish concern for the welfare of others
Emphasizes the importance of valuing the inherent worth and uniqueness of each person. This value as demonstrated by an attitude of empathy and respect for others and self
Requires that all individuals be perceived as having the same fundamental human rights and opportunities
Allows the individual to exercise choice and to demonstrate independence initiative and self direction
Places value on the upholding of such moral and legal principles as fairness equity truthfulness and objectivity
Be faithful to facts and reality
The ability to govern and discipline oneself through the use of reason
The philosophical assumptions of the profession guide occupational therapist in providing ____________
Client centered therapy
Person first language
Person is ideal first condition is stated secondary it is never the primary identity
Areas of human activity to which occupational therapy is applied
What are the six aspects of the framework?
Performance in areas of occupation
Performance in areas of occupation are broad categories of_________.
Human activity that are typically part of daily life
What are the 7 areas included in the performance in areas of occupation category?
7. Social participation
Performance skills are
Features of what a person does during an activity
The three performance skills categories are
Communication and interaction skills
What are the performance patterns that a person adopts(3)
Habits, routines, and rolls
Context refers to
The conditions that surround the person
What are the seven conditions of context?
Activity demands are the aspects of the test that influence
The performance by the person
What are the seven activity demand aspects?
1.objects used and their properties objects
2. Space demands
3. Social demands
4. Sequencing and timing
5. Required actions
6. Required body functions
7. Required body structures
What does client factors mean?
The body functions and the body structures that reside within the person, plus their values beliefs and spirituality
Principles, standards, or qualities by a person, organization, or population
Cognitive content held as true by a person, organization, or population
Personal quest for understanding answers to ultimate questions about life, about meaning, and the sacred
What are the six body functions according to the practice Framework
3. Neuromusculoskeletal and movement related functions
4. Cardiovascular, hematological, immunological, and respiratory system
5. Voice and speech functions; Digestive, metabolic, and endocrine system functions; Genitourinary and reproductive functions
6. Skin and related structures