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Clin Ed I - FIM Scoring Guide > Problem Solving > Flashcards

Flashcards in Problem Solving Deck (14):
1

What is included in this category?

Reasonable, safe, and timely decision-making about financial, social, and personal affairs and ability to initiate, sequence, and self-correct tasks to solve problems

2

What is an important question to consider for this category?

Does the pt recognize there is a problem and seek a solution?

3

1

Total A
...solves ROUTINE problems < 25% of the time, does not recognize a problem exists, may require 1-on-1 S, may nee restraint for safety

4

2

Max direct
...solves ROUTINE problems 25-49% of the time, may need direction more than 1/2 of time to initiate or complete simple ADLs, may need restraint for safety

5

3

Mod direct
...solves ROUTINE problems 50-74% of the time

6

4

Min direct
...solves ROUTINE problems 75-90% of the time

7

5

S/Setup
...solves ROUTINE problems > 90% of the time, cues, S in stressful situations prompting NO MORE THAN 10% of the time

8

6

Mod I
...extra time for COMPLEX problems

9

7

I
...I with COMPLEX problems

10

Is there s "0" category?

NO - 1 (Total A) is the lowest category

11

What is the minimum score a pt can receive if they can solve complex problems?

6 = Mod I

12

What is the maximum score a pt can receive if the CAN NOT solve complex problems, even with extra time given to do so?

5 = S/Setup

13

Hint - complex problems:

Finance
D/C plans
Self med administration
Employment

14

Hint - routine problems:

Assistance needs for:
- toileting
- eating
- dressing
- daily care