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Used to identify specific tests, instruments, interviews, and other measures used in evaluation.

Assessment

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A behavior that interferes with meeting the client’s needs and doing the things he/she needs and wants to do.

Deficit

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The planned process of collecting, interpreting, and documenting information needed to plan intervention

Evaluation

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A useful, adaptive behavior, one that helps the client get what he or she needs and carry out daily life activities.

Asset

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A behavior that interferes with meeting the client’s needs and doing the things he/she needs and wants to do.

Deficit

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Describes the conditions that surround and give meaning to occupational functioning.

Context

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Begins with the client’s goals. No other data are collected until the client’s perspective is understood.
(ex: occupational profile)

Top-down evaluation

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Begins with factors that appear to impede occupational engagement.
(ex: burn unit is the assessment of wounds and the need for specific splinting to prevent contractors)

Bottom-up evaluation

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The OT may perform all of the assessments or may assign some to the OTA. Before assigning any part of the evaluation to the OTA, the therapist must feel confident that the OTA is skilled in the particular assessment and would obtain the same or very similar results to what the OT would obtain with the instrument.

Establishing Service Competency

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Is a way of ensuring accuracy and consistency. In regard to assessments, standardization is generally achieved in relation to normative data or criteria.

Standardization

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An assessment that provide tables of normative data. These data are sometimes skewed by cultural or other bias.

Norm referenced