Module 7 Flashcards
a form of regulation that determines whether an organization or program meets a prescribed standard
Individualized Education Program/Plan (IEP)
a plan that charts the problems, goals, and interventions necessary for the child to have success in school.
the format used for writing the progress note, wherein “S” is subjective information, “O” is objective information, “A” is assessment, and “P” is the plan
a manner of communication in which the receiver paraphrases the speaker’s words to ensure that he or she understands the intended meaning
Service Management Functions
functions that include maintaining a safe and efficient workplace, making daily schedules, documenting treatment, integrating research into practice, billing for services, supervising fieldwork students, marketing and public relations, and performing quality assurance activities
billing codes that are based on the clients medical condition or the medical justification for needing services
Individual Family Service Plan
These documents outline strengths/limitations of the child and what the focus will be in terms of goals.
a set of guidelines designed to prevent the transmission of HIB, HBV, and other blood-born pathogens to health care providers
refers to the interactions among individuals and how they work together
the interaction between a practitioner and a client in which the occupational therapy practitioner is responsible for facilitating the healing and rehabilitation process
billing codes that are based on the specific services performed by health care providers
Problem-Oriented Medical Record (POMR)
a format that provides a structure to documentation
Body Language/Non-Verbal Communication
communication that includes facial expressions, eye contact, tone of voice, touch, and body language
Therapeutic use of self
a term that is used to describe how you mold yourself to be flexible in interactions to help clients accomplish their goals.
You may be a person that does not like structure. In the therapy session, however, you will need to “mold” to provide structure to a client who needs it. You may be a person who avoids confrontation. In the therapy session, however, you may need to confront a patient about why they are consistently late for every session. You may show little emotion on your face in daily life but when treating a child, your face will need to show expressions and become animated. You will need to “mold” to the needs of your client and treatment session. Remember that a therapeutic relationship is not the same as a friendship. There is a boundary that must be drawn to be effective in practice.