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Section 1

Question Answer
interpertation/awareness of all sensesvisuospatial perception
recognize forms and object as same in various environemtns (can change in size shape etc)form constancy
form constancy remedial approachtactile imput, form puzzles, gradually choose more complex items with same characteristics
form constancy adaptive approachlabel, organize, educate
remeidal approach of spatialcomp training software, tactile guiding, have pt get items using verbal cues
adaptive approach of spatialorganize environment, educate, mark areas where you store items
identify forms/obj from incomplete represenationsvisual closure
remedial visual closureuse familiar obj, begin with less obj
adaptive visual closureverbal cues; organize
depth perception remedialtactile guiding, line up items at diff distance
adaptive depth perceptionchange environemtn, verbal cues, compensate using tactile
mentally maniuplating infospatial operations
spatial operation remedialpuzzles (simple get harder)
adaptive: spatial operationaccomondate by letting them handle items (trial/error)

Section 2

Question Answer
ability to identify obj thru proprioception, cognition, and touchstereognosis
deficit in stereognosisasterognosis
ability to recognize #, letter, and forms writeen on skingraphesthesia
awareness of body part/position in relation to themself/environemtnbody scheme/somatognosia
disorder of body schemeasomatognosia
remedial: inattention/neglectproprioception, repetivie movemnt or stimulation, activity to focus attention to side
adaptive: inattention/neglectfocus on unaffected side, use mirrors, visual/verbal cues, repetition
difficulty identifying fingersfinger agnosia
ability to plan and perform movementspraxis
know whats going on but they cant coordinate what they want (apraxiaideomotor
no idea; cognition is affected (apraxia)ideational motor
inability to copy (apraxia)constructional
inability to do motor act to dress due to body scheme, orientation, etcdressing
dressing apraxia and constructional apraxia can either beideational or ideomotor
difficulty in forming/organizing wordsoral apraxia
screen for oral apraxiaask them to lick their lips; if they cant on command they are apraxic, if they cant lick lips at all they are dysarthric
identiyf excursion and direction of movementkinesthesia
kinestheisa: remedialrepetition of sensory/movement, practice reinforcement, quiz body part, practice with puzzles
adaptive approach: kinesthesiaeducate, compensate, dont say left or right...say its next to comb, adaptions

Section 3

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