Peds 4

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Section 1

Question Answer
instruments/tools that profession use to bring about changelegitimate tools
practitioner ability to be aware of own feeling and use skills to communicatetherapeutic use of self
refer to process of analyzing actiivtyactiivty analysis
goal directed behavior/task that constitute occupationpurposeful activities
RUMBAreasonable, understandable, measurable, behavioral, attainable
3 MOPsMOHO, canadian occupational model, person-environmnet occupation model
MOHO descriptionvoliation, habit, performance, environment
canadian descriptionspirit
7 FORdevelopmental, biomechanical, SI, motor control, neurodevelopmental, sensorimotor, rehab appraoch
practice, repeat, model, educationdevelopmental
strenght, endurance, and ROMbiomechanical strength
provide controlled sensory inputSI
repetitive moemventsmotor control
learn thru feeling normal movementneurodevelopment
sensory inputsensorimotor
assistive device, adaption, self care, approach

Section 2

Question Answer
3 moho conepts/client factorsvolition, habition, performance capacity
things that child find satisfying/enjoyable...successfulinterest
those that they find important/meaningful by culturevalues
Locate & share a range of factors that facilitate occupational participationidentity
Have child use body to support a task when unable to use motor skillphysical support
Recommend intervention goals and strategies to child & family advise
Provide emotional support and encouragement during/after activityencourage
Convey respect for experience/perspective of child and parents validate
Share an overview of child’s situation or perceived performancegive feedback
Provide appropriate assistance while child is performing occupationcoach
Establish parameters by offering alternatives, setting limits/ground rulesstrucutre
Collaborate with child & parent to establish future goalsnegotiate
Non-standardized assessment that assesses developmentally appropriate, school-related skills; 5 subtests including: Visual Motor (VM), Visual Perceptual (VP), Gross Motor (GM), Fine Motor (FM), and Self careseasy
Standardized assessment that tests an individual’s visual perceptual ability with no motor involvement needed to make a response.MFVPT
A questionnaire to develop a profile of a child’s sensory needs; is NOT a standardized assessment. Is combined with the evaluation information to treat child holisticallySensory profile
Standardized assessment of handwriting skills, both manuscript and cursive.test of handwriting skills
Standardized assessment that assesses the visual-motor skills of children and adults from ages 2 to 100VMI
Standardized assessment that evaluates both fine and gross motor skills in children ages birth to 6 yearspeabody
Standardized assessment that evaluates both fine and gross motor skills in children ages 4 to 21 years; is the most widely used motor proficiency test for Pediatrics BOT2

Section 3

Question Answer
childs motivation for different occupationvoliation
pattern of childs participation of occupationhabitation
what child finds pleasurableinterest
4 environmental influencesspace, object, social group, and occupational forms
how well they can do it based on mental/physical emotionperformance capacity
skills that they can do based on measurementsskills
environement where youre exposed to form every aspect of your life and how it will affect how we react to diff situationsenvironmental impact

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