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Section 1

Question Answer
Way one take info from senses and process/responds to itsensory integration
behavior that successfully meets deman from environmentadaptive response
sensory input that is not organized appropriately in brain and produces varying degree of probs in develop, info, behaviorsensory processiong disorder
tendency to generate response not appropriate fro iincoming sensory stimulisensory modulation problems
which is affected by riding scooter prone, downhillvestibular
difficulty with conceptualizing, planning, and executing motor actdyspraxia
complains of new school clothes, hates toilet and irritated by movement; picky eatersensory modulation over responsiveness
becomes quiet and walks awaysensory shut-down behavior or over stimulation
moving downard on inclinc would sense the mostvestibular
child pushing truck filled with toyspropriocetpive
rubbing soft blankettactile
why is it importatnt to introduce unfamiliar activities during SI approachincrease attention to new senses

Section 2

Question Answer
tactile calming techniquehot pack, wrapping in blanket
offactor calming techniquefamiliar/soothing smells
Gustatory calming techniquebland taste/comfor food
Visual calming techniquesoft dim lights/bare walls
Auditory calming techniquesoft soothing music, white noise
vestibular calming techniqueslow rhythm rocking/rolling, rhythmic bouncing
Tacticle alerting techniquelight touch, tickle, cold pack
olfactory alerting techniqueminty/menthol
gustatory alerting techniquespicy, sour, sweet
visual alerting techniquestrobe light/fireworks
auditory alerting techniquealarms, sirens, rock and roll
vestibular alerting techniquefast irregular movmeents, trampoline, therapy ball
not considered calm/alert but instead balanceproprioception
proprioception activiteiespush dump truck, wall pushups, animal walks, hand stands, pulling/pushing another person on scooter board
Role of otacan perform SI technique w/service competency and under OT supervision

Section 3

Question Answer
progression of prehandwiring skillslearning to hold/control pen, scribbling, imitation, copying, tracing
3 main areas of imitation development progressionvertical, horizontal, circle
see how one does mvoement than do it imitation
has to process; sees picture and theres no demonstartioncopying
imitation or copying is easier?imitation
3 types of in hand manimuplationtranslation, shifting, and roation
pick up 10 obj in hand, hold them and move to fingertipstranslation
finger thumb race; hold pencil near eraser with tripod grasp; pencil walkingshifting
twisting coins, small balls, knobs, etcrotation
prone extension activityvidoe game, coloring, writing IN PRONE
supine flexion activityreaching for suspended item WHILE sitting; lifting obj with feet in supine
trunk rotation activityboard games with reaching arms across midline, ball, twister, catch
struggles where to start letters and how to form themmotor planning
3 appropriate function pencil graspstripid, quadrapod, modified
most optimal pencil grasptripod
scissor graspthumb goes into small hole, middle/indes in big hole; opposite hand guiding paper; remaining stay flexed against palm; THUMBS UP
statit or dinami tripod grasp is more optimaldynamic
finger movmentsdynamic
uses only proximal arm movements static
optimal position of wrist when wiritng (degree)30 or neutral

Section 4

Question Answer
wrist stability activitylite brite, drawing on slant board, insert penny
arch development activityscooping item w/hand, cup hand to shake dice
two sides of hand activityusing toothbrush, hammer, scissors, pulling ropes/tubes
open web space activitylarge round utensils, squeeze ball, hair band pencil holder
thumb opposition activityspinning sparkler wheel, wind up toys, theraputty with beads, writing with small pencils, string beads
strategy to maintin letter on linesstencils, raised lines
lack of hollow space in palm when cupping a ballissues with arches of the hand
press too hard and smears lettertight grasp and lateral theumb wrap on utensil
strategies to maintain letters on linestensils, paper w/colored line, raised lines, highlighting bottom line
cue is raised lines providing?tactile
refined small motor skills executed with hands and fingersfine
ability to use eyes, hands, and fingers together in carrying out precise movementsvisual
poor UE what are activites to increase strengthwall pushup, prone on scooter, animal walk
poor distal strenght..activites to increasetheraputty, clothes pin, crumpling paper, and small stress ball, peg boards, cutting