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Flashcards in Chapter 4: The Occupational Therapy Practice Framework Deck (16):
1

What are the 2 sections of the OTPF II?

1) domain
2) process

2

What are the 6 categories of the domain?

1) Areas of Occupation
2) Client Factors
3) Performance Skills
4) Performance Patterns
5) Context and Environment
6) Activity Demands

3

What are some factors that can limit or impair occupational engagement?

inexperience, weakness of skills, habits that interfere, inability to respond to activity demands

4

what EVALUATION tool is used to get information about the client & the clients needs, problems, concerns about performance in areas of occupation?

Occupational Profile

5

Collecting and interpreting info using assessment tools and observing how a client performs the activity is known as?

analysis of occupational performance

6

Making a plan, implementing it and reviewing that plan is known as?

intervention

7

supporting health and participation in life through engagement is known as?

outcome monitoring

8

Occupation is used as both a ______ and an _____

means, end

9

consists of body functions and body structures that support ability to engage in occupations

client factors

10

requirements for successful performance of an activity that becomes a problem when they exceed the capabilities of the individual

activity demands

11

a common issue for persons who have severe mental illness is difficulty in performing activities in different......

contexts

12

problems with habit and routine that can occur because learned patterns are disrupted and productive patters never truly being learned are part of what context?

performance patterns

13

in carrying out ADL's. there may be failure to perform the activity or the performance may miss social standards. This occurs in what?

Occupational Performance

14

Outlines the way in which occupational therapy practitioners operationalize their expertise to provide services to clients.
(In other words how we do what we do)

The Process

15

What does the process include?

1) evaluation
2) intervention
3) outcome monitoring

16

OT practitioners develop a _________ relationship with the clients in order to understand their experiences and desires for intervention

collaborative