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Section 1

Question Answer
developmenal theory6 adaptive skills
6 adapative skillsSI, cognitive, dyadic, group interaction, self-identity, sexual identity
dyadic skill definitionability to participate in variety of relationships involving one other person
issues in developmental theorydoesnt focus on occupation & takes forever
role acuisition/social skills trainingsame title, different role/relationship for everyone
4 groups of social skillsself experssive, other enhancing, assertive, communication
other enhancing skills means..?compliments, encouragement
phases of social skill trainigmotivation, demonstraction, practice, feedback
drawback of social/role trainingdifferent for everyone and every situation
psychoeducationeducate and reinforce; need to have mental capacity; teach people how you want them to behave
SIdisruption of CNS; treatment=sensory input
cognitive disabilites..tx; drawback;viewdisrupts motor actions; tx= 6 levels; drawbacks= longterm
MOHO definitionhumans have innate drive to explore environemnt
occupational behavior MOHO and chartperson+task+environment........input, throughout, output
can be affected by environment/can affect environemnt....and cannotopen...closed
occupational sciencePFW; activity demands, context, and performance,pattern;least restrictive environment

Section 2

Question Answer
DSM edition5th
why OTA needs to know DSMunderstand how it affects life; reimbursment; info on PFW
axis 1,2,3,was grouped together; was 5 axis
anxiety pracitionerencourage to talk about it
depression practitionerlet them talk about it; never agree; set real goals; give choices
mania practiitonerbe aware of manipulation/giving praise
hallucinations pracitionerSI; affirm how it makes them feel and not agree that its real; reassure them
paranoia practiitonerdont whisper; dont come from behind
anger/agreesion/hostility pracititionerbe alert; be direct; dont criticize
seductive behavior/sexual practitionertell them they are behaving wrong; document
cognitive pracitionercalm, clear, concise, concrete, consistent; REPEAT
ADHD practitionerincrease volume; simple instruction
Sexual tx social skill training
depression/anx txsuccessful; relaxation; gradually increase/challenge

Section 3

Question Answer
infany diagnosisADD, downs, FAS, Autism
adolescence diagnosisanxiety, depression, eating, bipolar
early adulthood diagnosisaddiction, depression, schiz
middle adulhood diagnosistransitional issues, midlife criss, aldread had depression and anxiety
late adulthood diagnosisdementiak, depression/anxiety