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5 Matching questions

  1. Cane
  2. Activities of daily living (ADL)
  3. Cerebral Palsy
  4. Cochlear Implants
  5. Audiogram
  1. a A disability resulting from damage to the brain and characterized by muscle incoordination and speech disturbances.
  2. b a stick or short staff used to assist one in walking; walkingstick.
  3. c A type of hearing aid that amplifies sound.
  4. d the graphic record produced by an audiometer.
  5. e Routine daily activities such as dressing and bathing. The objective of workers in the field of rehabilitation is to help people develop or recover as many of the abilities for the activities of daily living as possible.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. an instrument for examining the external canal and tympanic membrane of the ear.
  2. a visual gesture language, having its own semantic and syntactic structure, used by deaf people in the U.S. and English-speaking parts of Canada
  3. A congenital fissure (opening) of the roof of the mouth.
  4. a similar device, usually a waist-high four-legged framework of lightweight metal, for use by a weak or disabled person asa support while walking.
  5. a ringing or similar sensation of sound in the ears.

5 True/False questions

  1. Range-of-motion (ROM) exerciseshelp to maintain muscle toe and joint flexibility. They also prevent contractures (permanent shortening of muscles due to lack of use)

          

  2. Active range of motionthe client is able to move the extremities (limbs) without assistance.

          

  3. Contracturean instrument for examining the external canal and tympanic membrane of the ear.

          

  4. Decibela unit used to express the intensity of a sound wave, equalt20 times the common logarithm of the ratio of the pressure produced by the sound wave to a reference pressure, usually 0.0002 microbar.

          

  5. Transfer (gait) beltA belt-like device used to transfer a patient from one location to another.