Flashcards in QUIZ 1-PS4OTAs (Pediatric Skills for Occupational Therapy Assistants - Chapter 1 Deck (35)
OT Practitioners working with children who have special needs or atypical development patterns must have a firm foundation in the knowledge of ______ development in order to understand children and base interventions.
________ are the most consistent participants on the pediatric team. Understanding needs of _______ and children is essential to therapeutic process
Pediatric OT Practitioners use knowledge of specific pediatric _________ to determine which tools and methods are the most appropriate for assessment and intervention.
Understanding Models of ________ and _______ of _________ is necessary for organizing and developing interventions based on evidence from the profession. Knowledge of the principles and techniques allows practitioners to develop interventions for children with a variety of diagnoses.
Models of Practice, Frames of Reference
OT Practitioners work with children with a number of different diagnoses. Therefore, OT practitioners need to have ___________ appropriate for a child who has a specific ________ or ________.
Assessments, disability, diagnosis
OT practitioners working with children need to adjust therapy activities to suit the age and developmental needs of a particular child. Thus, knowledge of a range of ___-__________ activities is essential to practice.
Children receiving services in a public school system require educationally relevant therapy goals and objectives, whereas children receiving services in a hospital require medically necessary goals and objectives. These are examples of differences among ______ in which OT svcs are provided.
OT practitioners who work with infants, children, and adolescents who have disabilities or special needs must have knowledge of the range of _________ technology that promote safe and independent living.
In 2017, the OT profession will be ___ years old
AOTA has adopted a ____ vision.
What does the Centennial Vision recognize?
OT as a science-driven and evidence-based profession
OT continues to meet to occupational needs of clients, communities and populations.
OTPF stands for
Occupational Therapy Practice Framework
The two items defined in OTPF
domain and framework
Areas of Occupation
ADLs and IADLs
Rest and Sleep
Values, Beliefs, and Spirituality
Body Structures (Anatomy)
Body Functions (Physiology)
Performance Skills - think of the tune of Lone Ranger
CommunicationandSocial Skills Yee Haw!
Context and Environment includes these 6 things - to the tune of Jingle Bells
Vir-ir-irtual - Hey!
Objects Used and their Properties
Sequencing and Timing
Required Body Functions
Required Body Structures
Process of Service delivery
- Occupational Profile
- Analysis of Occupational Performance
- Intervention Plan
- Intervention implementation
- Intervention Review
Regarding OTPF - contexts, what would Ethnicity, family attitude, beliefs and values fall under
Regarding OTPF - contexts, what would "25 year old unemployed" fall under
Regarding OTPF - contexts, what would Stages of life, Time of Day, Time of year, and duration fall under?
Regarding OTPF - contexts, what would Realistic simulation of an environment, chat rooms, and radio transmissions fall under?
Regarding OTPF - contexts, what would Objects built, environment, geographical, terrain, sensory qualities of environment fall under?
Regarding OTPF - contexts, what would Relationships fall under?
Extent to which OTA is supervised is dependent upon
knowledge, skill, and experience
OTAs must meet specific criteria to practice. These include
taking an accredited OTA program and passing the NBCOT exam.
4 Levels of Supervision
Close, Routine, General, and Minimal