Foundations Test 1 Study Guide 3

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Types of Occupations and activities: occupations and activities; list the sub categoriesoccupations and activities
actions designed and seleccted to support the development of performacne skills and performance patterns to enhance occupational engagement. Activites often are components of occupatons and always hold meaning, relevance, and perceived utility for clients at their level of interest and motivationactivities
the client selects clothing adn manipulate clothing fasteners in advance of dressingactivity
practices safe ways to get into and out of the bathtubactivity
develops a weel=kly schedule to manage time and organize daily and weekly responsibilities require to live independentlyactivities
modalities, devidces and techniques to prepare the client for occupational performacne. Often preparatoy methods are interventions that are dont to the client without the client =s active participationpreparatory methods
list the subcategories of the subcategory preparatory methodssplints, assistive technology,wheeled mobility
assitive technology and env modifactionswheeled mobility
construcntion and use of devices to mobilize, immobilize and support body structres to enhanve particiaptoin in occsplints
identification and use of assistive technologies application of universale dsign principles, and reccomends changes to the eng or activity to support the clients ability to engage in occupations, this preparatory mehod includes assessment, selection, provision, aand education and trainign in use of devicesassistive technology and env modifications
use of products and technologies that facilitate a clients ability to maneuver through space, including seating and postiioning and that imporve mobility enahcne particiaption in desired daily occupations and reduce risk for complications such as skin breakdown or limb contracturesqwheeled mobility
administers physical lagent modalities to decrease pain, assist with wound healing or edema control, or prepare muscles for movement. preparatory methods
provide massagepreparatory methods
performs manual lymphatic drainage techniquespreparatory methods
the practitioner fabricates and issues a splint or orhtotic to support a weakened hand and decrease painsplints
provides a pencil grip and slant boardassistie technology and env modifications
provides electronic books with text to speech softwareassistive technology and env modications
recommends replacing steps with an appropriately graded rampassistive tech and env modifications
recommends, in conjunction with the wheelchair team a sip and puff switch to allow the client to maneuver the power wheelchair independently and interface with an env control unit in the home wheeled mobility
actions seleccted and provided to the client to taret specific client factors or performance skills. Tasks involve active participation of the client and sometimes comprise engagement that use various materials to simulate acivities or components of occupations. preparatlory tasks themsevels may not hold inherent meaning, releance, or percieved utility as stand alone entitiespreparatory tasks
refolds towels taken form a clean linen cart ot address shoulder range of motionpreparatory task
participatiesin fabricated sesnsory env to promote alertnesspreparatory task
uses visual imagery and rhythmic breaking to promote rest and relaxationpreparatory task
effors directed toward promoting occupational justice and empowering clients to seek and obtain resores to fully participate in daily life occupations. the outcomes of advocacy and elf advoacacy support health, well being, and occupational participation at the individual or systems level.advocacy category
collaborates with a person to procure reasonable accommodations at a work siteadvocacy
serves on the policy board of an organization to procure supportive housing accommodadtions for people with diabilitiesadvocacy
advocacy efforts undertaken by the client, which the practitioner can promote and supportself-advocacy
a student with a learning disability request and receives reasonable accommodations such as textbooks on tapeself-advocacy
use of distinct knoweldge and leadership techniques to facilitate learning and skill acquisition ocross the lifespan through the dynamics of group and social interaction. Groups may also be used as a method of service deliverygroup interventions
functional groups, activity groups, task gtoups, social groups, and other groups used on inpateint units, within the community or in schools that allow clients to explore and develop skills for partiiaption, includeng basic social interaction skills, tools for self regulatio, goal setting and positive choice makinggroups