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The outcome OT intervention is engagement in.....

occupation

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8 Stages in the Occupational Therapy Process:

1) referral
2) screening
3) evaluation
4) intervention planning
5) intervention implementation
6) intervention review
7) transition planning
8) discontinuation of service

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The OTPF names 3 major stages......what are they?

1) evaluation
2) intervention
3) outcomes

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Helpful for seeing more clearly the relationships among finding out what one needs to know.

evaluation

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Providing services to bring about desired changes.

intervention

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Are the measurable goals that the intervention aims to achieve.

outcomes

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The physician or other referring professional request OT services for patient. OTA may relay referral to the supervising OT but should not accept it independently.

referral

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The purpose is to determine whether the patient needs further OT evaluation and treatment. OT practitioners observe and briefly interview the patient and/or collect information from the medical record.

screening

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The purpose is to find out more about the client, what he or she wants and needs to do, and the obstacles to occupational engagement. The occupational profile and the analysis of occupational performance are two major parts

Evaluation

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Based on results for evaluation, a plan is developed in keeping with the patient’s goals. Specific outcomes are identified, and approaches and methods for achieving these are identified.

Intervention Planning

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The treatment plan is carried out. In many settings, the OTA is responsible for this aspect of the treatment process, involving the patient in activities to support particpation in occupation.

Intervention implementation

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At regular intervals or continuously (depending on treatment setting), the OT practictitioners consider whether the intervention plan is working, what progress has been made, and what changes might be appropropriate. The plan is modified as needed. additional referrals or evalutions may be ordered.

Intervention review

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OT practitioners work with the client, the family when appropriate, and the rest of the treatment team to make sure tthat the patient will be able to function optimally after leaving the treatment setting.

Transition Planning

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The patient is discharged from the program. Achievements in the program and plans are discussed. A final note is written by the OT with contributions from the OTA,

Discontinuation of Service

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Persons history an intrests, what is currently important to the person. Goals. can be obtained by formal interview or casual conversation.

Occupational Profile