4 Written Questions
3 Multiple Choice Questions
- When the patient psychologically or physically loses his or her ability to perform normal job duties at the previous level of expertise as a result of being absent from work.
- When a workers' ability to perform his or her job responsibilities is totally lost, but on a temporary basis.
- Skilled treatment for ill or injured individuals that facilitates their return to ordinary tasks around home or at work (or both) by maximizing physical potential through lifestyle adaptations, sometimes through the use of assistive devices.
3 True/False Questions
Worker's compensation → When a business organization (or individual) is not required to purchase workers' compensation insurance for its employees because of a specific classification of business type or the fact that it has a minimal number of employees. (Exemption criteria vary from state to state).
Long-term disability → When a workers' ability to perform his or her job responsibilities is totally lost, but on a temporary basis.
Permanent total disability → When the employee's ability to work at any occupation is totally and permanently lost.