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ADL stands for

Activities of Daily Living

2

ADLs are an area of occupational ____________

performance

3

ADLs comprise meaningful activities that encompass _______.

self-care

4

What 2 (centered) approaches are integral to the OT process?

Client-centered and Family-centered

5

OT practitioners working in peds must possess knowledge of the theory and principles of ______ and understand the dynamics of the child and family.

intervention

6

Using a _______ enhances occupational performance outcomes

collaberative team approach

7

Occupations shared by at least two individuals

co-occupations

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A regular example of a co-occupation

a parent calming his or her child

9

__________ of the environment in early childhood is essential for optimal sensory and motor development.

Exploration

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The OT practitioner completes an _________ to better understand the child's strengths and weaknesses.

occupational profile

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What 3 things does the OT practitioner consider when planning an intervention?

the child's FAMILY, Culture, and environment

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Guidelines to Design Interventions to Address ADL performance (Future will be called simply Guidelines): Review the occupational profile, including ________.

goals and recommendations

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guidelines to do what again?

to design interventions to address ADL performance

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Guidelines: Ensure all ________ are taken into consideration during intervention planning and implementation

contraindications - prevent harm

15

Guidelines: Be comfortable explaining _______ in non technical terms to the client and/or family

the role of the OTA

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Guidelines: Use ___________ during interventions

universal precautions

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Guidelines: Address the ______ and ______ that enable children to be successful in participating in occupations such as ADLs.

performance deficits and environmental modifications

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Guidelines: for what again?

to design interventions to address ADL performance

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Guidelines: Encourage _______ client participation, and involve caregivers.

active

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Guidelines: Remember that the pediatric OT process is a ________ one and that ____________ to the intervention plan may be indicated over time.

dynamic
alterations

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Guidelines: Consult with the supervising OT, the client and the team throughout the OT process regarding _______ and _____.

goals and progress

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Guidelines: Document _____ clearly.

progress

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Guidelines: Report any concerns about the intervention process to the ________.

Supervising OT

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Guidelines: Utilize available professional ______ for assistance.

resources

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Guidelines: Collaborate with all team members during ____ to ensure that the consistency of care will continue.

discharge planning

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Infants and toddlers are at the beginning stages of _________ in that they are just learning the purposes and functions of objects and activities.

concept development

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For children & adolescents who may have difficulties with bathing and showering, the OT practitioner begins with an analysis of the client's strength and areas for growth...where would this be obtained?

from the occupational profile

28

These types of techniques include UE therapeutic exercises and therapeutic exercises to increase active participation and independence

remediation

29

Give an example of grading in the bath or shower...

higher shelves to reach for

30

what would be a preparatory activity for someone with low muscle tone?

stimulatory activities such as vibration