Foundations quiz 3 performance skills

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  occupational performance skills observed as the person interacts with and moves task objects and sefl around the task env: def of motor skills
Question Answer
alignsinteracts with task objects without evidence of persistent propping or persistent leaning
stabilizes moves through task env and interacts with task objects without momentary propping or loss of balance
positionpositions self an effective distance from task obects and without evidence of awkward body postioning
reacheseffetively extends the arm and when appropriate bends the trunk to effectivey grasp or place task objects that are out of reach
bends flexes or rotates the trunk as appropriate to the task to grasp or place task obkects out of reach or when sitting
gripseffectively pinches or grasps task objects such that the objects do not stil (from the persons fingers, between teeth)
manipulatesuses dexterous finger moments, witout vidence of fumbling, when manipulating task objects (manipulating buottons when buttoning)
coordinatesuses two or more body parts together to manipulate hold and or stabilize task objects without evidence of fumbling task objects or slipping from ones grasp
moveseffectively pushes orpulls task objects along a supporting surfacepulls to open or pushes to close doors and drawers or pushes on wheels to propel a whleelchair
liftseffectively raises or lifts task objects without evidence of increased effort
walksduring task perfromance ambulates on level surfaces without shuffling thet feet becoing unstable propping or using assistie devices
transports carries task objects from one place go another while walking or moving a wheelchair
calibratesuses movemetns of appropriate force spped or exten when inetracting with task objects (not crushing objects, pushing a door with enough force)
flowsuses smooth and fluid arm and wrist movements when interacting with task objects
endurespersists and completes thetask without showing obvious evidence of physical fatigue pausing to rest or stopping to atch ones breath
pacesmaintains a consistent and effective rate of tempo of performance throughout the entire task
definition of process skillsoccupational performance skills observed as a person selecrs, interacts with and uses task tools and materials; carries out individual actions and steps; and modifies performacne when poroblem are encountered
paces maintains a consisten and effective rate or tempo of performacne throughout the entire taksATTENDS
attendsdoes not look away from what he or she is doing, interupting the ongoing task progression
heedscarries out and completes the task origianlly agreed on or specified by another
choosesselects necessary and appropriate type and number of tools and materials for the task including the tools and materials that the person was directed to se or specified he or she would use
usesapplies tools and materials as they are intended and in a hygienic fashion
handlessupports or stabilizes tools and materials in an appropriate manner, protecting them from being damaged, slipping moing and falling
inguriesseeks needed verbal or written infomration by asking questions or reading directions or labels and does not ask for information when he or she was fully oriented to the task and env and had immediate prior awareness of the answer
initiates starts of begins the next action or step witouth hesitation
continuesperforms single actions or steep without interruptions such that once an action or task is initiated, the person continues withoug pauses or delays ntil the action or step is completed
sequencesperforms steps i an effective or logical order and iwth an absences of randomness or lack of logic in the order and propriate repetion of steps
terminatesbrings to completion single actions or single steps withouth inappropriate persistence or premature cessation
searches/locateslooks for anad locates tools and materials in a logical manner, both within and behond the immediate env
fatherscollects related tools and materials into the same work space and regathers tools or materials that have spilled fallen or been misplaced
organizeslogically posittons or spatially arrages tools and mmaterials in an orderly fashoion with a single work space and between multiple appropriate work spaces wsuch that the work space is not too spread out or too crowded
restoresputs away tools and materials in appropriate places and ensures that the immediate work space is restored to its orignaial condition
navigatesmoves the arm body or wheelchair without bumping into obstacles when moving in the task env or interacting with task objects
notices/responseresponds appropriately to nonverbal task related cues; the spatial arrangement and alignment of task objects to one another; and cupboard doors and drqwers that have been left open during task performance
adjustseffectively goest to new work spaces; moves tools and materials out of the current work space; and sadjusts knobs, dials, or water taps to overcome problems with ongoing task performanc
accommodateprevents ineffective task performance
benefitsprevents problems with task performance from recurring or persisting
social interaction skills defoccupational performance skills observed during the ongoing stream of a social exchange
approaces/startsapproaces o initiates interaction with the social partner in a manner that is socially appropriate
concludes/disengageseffectivley terminates the converstaion or social interaction, brings to clousre the topic under discussion and disengages or says good bye
produces speechproduces spoken signed or augmentative messages that are audible and clearly articulated
gesticulatesuses socially appropriate gestures to communicate or support a message
looksmakes eye contact with the social partner
places selfposition self at an appropriate distance from the social partner during the socialinteraction
touchesresponds to and uses touch or bodily contact with the social partner in a manner that is socially appropriatee
regulatesdoes not demonstrate irrelevatnt repetitive or impusles behaviors that are not part of social interaction
questions requests relevant facts and information and asks questions that support the intended that support th eintended purpose of the social ineraction
replieskeeps converstaion going by replying appropriately to question and comments
disclosesreveals opinions feeling adn private information about self or others in a manner that is socially appropriate
expresses emotiondisplays affect and emotions in a way that is socially appropriate
disagreesexpresses differences of opinion in a socially appropriate manner
thanduses appropriate words and gestrues to acknoweldge recipt of services gifts or compliments
transitionshandles transtions in the converstaion smoothly or changes the topic without disrupting the ongoing converstaion
times responsereplies to social messages wtout delay or hesitation and without interrupting the social partner
times durationspeaks fro reasonavle periods given the complexity or the message sent
takes turnstakes his or her turn and gives the social partner the freedom to take his orher turn
matches languageuses a tone of voice dialect and level of language that are socially appropriate and matched tot he social partners abilities and levle of understanding
clarifiesresponds to gestures or verbal messsages signaling that the social partner does not comprhend or understnad a message and ensures that the sical partner is following the converstaion
acknowledges and encourages acknoweldges receipt of messages encourages the social partner to contune interaction and encourages all socail partners to participate in social interaction
emphathizesexpesses a supportive attitude toward the social partner by agreeing with empathizing with or expressing understanding of the socail partners feeeling and experiences
heedsuses goal direced social interactions focused on carrying out and completing the intednded purpose of the social interaction
accommodatesprevents ineffectively or socially inappropriate social interaction
benefitsprevents probmesl with ineffective or soically inappropriate social interaction from recurring or persisting