Foundations quiz 3 performance patterns

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acquired tendencies to respond and perform in certain consistent ways in familiar envrionments or situations; automatic behaviors performed repeatedly, relatively automatically and with little variation. They can be useful, dominating, or impoverished and can either support or interfere with performance in occupationhabits-person
automatically puts car keys in same placehabit-person
spontaneoulsy looks both ways before crossing streethabit-person
always turns off the stove burner before removing a cooking pothabit-person
activates the alarm system before leaving the homehabit-person
patterns of behaviorthat are observable, regular, and repetitive and that provide structure for daily life. They can be satifsfying, promoting or damaging. They require momentary time commitment and are embedded in cultural and ecological contexts.routines-person
follows a morning sequence to complete loiteling bathing hygiene and dressingroutine-person
follows the sequence of steps involved in meal preparationroutineperson
follows a daily routine of dropping children off at schoo goint to work picking children up from school doing moework and making dinnerroutine-person
symbolic actions with spiritual, cutlrual, or social meaning contributing to the clients identity and reinforcing values and beliefs. They have a strong affective component and consist of collection of ecentsrituals-person
uses an inherited antique haribrush to brush hair 100 stroks nightly as her mother had donerituals-pereon
prepares haildy meals with favotire or traditional accoutrements using designated dishwarerituasl-person
kisses a sacred book before opeing the pages to readritual-person
attends a spiritaual gathering on a particular dayritual-person
sets of behaviors expected by society and shaped by culture and context that may ne further conceptualized and defined by the clientroles -person
mother of an adolescent with developmental disabilitiesrole-person
studen with a learning disability studying computer techonologyrole-person
corporate executive returning to work after a strokerole-person
follows health practices, such as scheduled immunizations for children and yearly health screening for adultsroutines-group or community
follows business practice, such as provision of services for disadvantaged populationsroutines-group or community
follows legislative procedures such as those associated with the individuals with diabilities education improvment act of 2004routines-group of community
follows social customs for greetingroutines-group or community
holds cultural celebrationsritual-group or community
has parades or demonstrationsritual-group or community
shows national affiliations or allegiancesrituals-group or community
follows religious spiritual and culutral practices such as touching the mexuxah or using holy water when leaving and entering or praying while facing Meccarituals=groups or community
nonprodit civic group providing housing for people with mental illnessroles-group or community
humanitarian group distruting food and clothing donations to refugeesroles-group or community
studen organization in a niversity educating elemenarty school children about preventing bullyingroles-group or community