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What are non-instructional sessions?

Maximising client participation through minimal instructions. Small amount of instructions at the start but isn't required during activity.

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What are preferences?

What the individual prefers over another. Example - playing outdoors instead of indoors

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What are needs?

It's what needs to happen like the client needs to lose weight.

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What are expectations?

It's what the individual expects of the session of what they expect to get out of the session

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What are the types of assessments?

a starting point to monitor their process, identifying the weaknesses, interviews, medical history and past performance

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What is participant safety?

Assessments can be used to ensure the safety of participants to see if they are physically able to participate in the session. Eg- medical conditions, recent injuries, a form of medication.

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What are physically ability tests used for?

They are used to confirm the individuals current level of fitness. Tests like Blood pressure, strength, range of movement, anthropometric and cardiovascular response.

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Why would you refer someone to a GP?

Suitable for most conditions and are trained to respond to emergency situations, dislocations, head injuries and breaks.

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Why would you refers someone to a sports physician?

If they have sports related injuries like strains, sprains, overuse injuries and chronic pain. They understand the importance of training and will help find alternative exercises to keep training.

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Why would you refer someone to a chiropractor?

If they have problems with their skeletal system such a bones. They specialise in the joints and spinal alignment and manipulation. Often used for postural problems.

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Why would you refer someone to a podiatrist?

They assist in the treatment, diagnosis, prevention and rehabilitation of the lower leg, foot and ankle. They work with people who have arthritis, soft tissue injuries, skin and nail disorders.

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Why would you refer someone to a physiotherapist?

To treat injuries and dysfunctions. They provide treatment for musculoskeletal conditions, neurological conditions, cardiothoracic and chronic respiratory conditions.

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Why would you refer someone to a dietician?

They assist clients in menu planning and nutritional education to help them improve their health and decreasing their risk of diet related issues.

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Why would you refer someone to an occupational therapist?

They work with clients to rehabilitate them after an accident that has caused minimal movement of the area or injury.

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Why would you refer someone to a Psychologist?

To assist clients to talk about their feelings and explore. They can assist them overcoming a traumatic event, sleeping issues, depression, anxiety, eating disorders and many other problems.

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Why would you refer someone to an exercise physiologist?

They specialise in exercise prescription and create exercise programs for patients to assist in treating them and rehabilitating them. Also help them control the symptoms and pain.

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Why would you refer someone to a massage therapist?

They use their hands and a series of strokes and kneading techniques to bring oxygen and nutrients to tissues throughout the body.

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Why would you refer someone to an occupational therapist?

They work with clients to rehabilitate them after an accident that has caused minimal movement of the area or injury.

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Why would you refer someone to an osteopath?

They concentrate on soft tissue and general musculoskeletal injuries injuries related to muscles, ligaments and tendons.

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Why would you refer someone to an osteopath?

They concentrate on soft tissue and general musculoskeletal injuries injuries related to muscles, ligaments and tendons.

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What are the types of demands??

Physical, Emotional, psychological, disability requirements, group demands and individual.