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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.

Normal

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________ are the most consistent participants on the pediatric team. Understanding needs of _______ and children is essential to therapeutic process

Families

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Pediatric OT Practitioners use knowledge of specific pediatric _________ to determine which tools and methods are the most appropriate for assessment and intervention.

diagnoses

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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

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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

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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.

Age appropriate

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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.

systems

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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.

assistive

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In 2017, the OT profession will be ___ years old

100

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AOTA has adopted a ____ vision.

Centennial

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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.

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OTPF stands for

Occupational Therapy Practice Framework

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The two items defined in OTPF

domain and framework

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Areas of Occupation

ADLs and IADLs
Rest and Sleep
Education
Work
Play
Leisure
Social Participation

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Client Factors

Values, Beliefs, and Spirituality
Body Structures (Anatomy)
Body Functions (Physiology)

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Performance Skills - think of the tune of Lone Ranger

Sensory Perceptual
Motor, Praxis
'emotional regulation
Cognitive
CommunicationandSocial Skills Yee Haw!

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Performance Patterns

Habits
Routines
Roles
Rituals

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Context and Environment includes these 6 things - to the tune of Jingle Bells

Cultural
Personal
Phy-y-ysical
Social
Temporal &
Vir-ir-irtual - Hey!

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Activity Demands

Objects Used and their Properties
Space Demands
Social Demands
Sequencing and Timing
Required Actions
Required Body Functions
Required Body Structures

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Process of Service delivery

***Evaluation
- Occupational Profile
- Analysis of Occupational Performance

***Intervention
- Intervention Plan
- Intervention implementation
- Intervention Review

***Outcomes
- Results

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Regarding OTPF - contexts, what would Ethnicity, family attitude, beliefs and values fall under

Cultural

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Regarding OTPF - contexts, what would "25 year old unemployed" fall under

Personal

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Regarding OTPF - contexts, what would Stages of life, Time of Day, Time of year, and duration fall under?

Temporal

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Regarding OTPF - contexts, what would Realistic simulation of an environment, chat rooms, and radio transmissions fall under?

Virtual

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Regarding OTPF - contexts, what would Objects built, environment, geographical, terrain, sensory qualities of environment fall under?

Physical

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Regarding OTPF - contexts, what would Relationships fall under?

Social

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Extent to which OTA is supervised is dependent upon

knowledge, skill, and experience

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OTAs must meet specific criteria to practice. These include

taking an accredited OTA program and passing the NBCOT exam.

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4 Levels of Supervision

Close, Routine, General, and Minimal

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3 Levels of Expertise

Entry, Intermediate, and Advanced

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OTA must prove service __________ to gain more independence

Competency

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A big factor on trust between OT and OTA

communication

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3 general ways to show service competency

Videotaping sessions, Co-Treatment with OT, and OT Observation

34

AOTA's Code of Ethics is based on these 7 principles

Beneficence
Nonmaleficence
Autonomy & Confidentiality
Social Justice
Procedural Justice
Veracity
Fidelity

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OTAs unfortunately cannot contribute to the OT profession's work in pediatrics with scholarship and more education. (T or F)

False