Study sets, textbooks, questions
Upgrade to remove ads
Terms in this set (53)
Regular education teachers
Special education tachers
Related service personnel
Improve the child or adolescents performance in the school or educational environment, advocate within the context of the educational setting and the federal laws that mandate services being provided
Role of occupational therapy
ODE stands for?
Ohio Department of Eduation
ODJFS stands for?
The Ohio Department of jobs and family services
ODH stands for?
Ohio Department of health
ODDD stands for?
Ohio department of developmental disabilities
NCLB stands for?
No child left behind
EHA stands for?
Education of handicapped act
What is FAPE of 1975 mean?
Free and appropriate public education to all children from 5-21 years of age
What explains that children with disabilities are able to spend time in general education classroom?
What is voluntary mediation and impartial hearing to resolve differences with the school that cannot be resolved informally?
This outlines the way in which the instruction will be provided for the student?
Individual educational program (IEP)
Which act states that any school receiving federal aid cannot discriminate against persons who have disabilities?
Which act states that prohibits discrimination in employment, transportation, accessibility, and telecommunications?
Americans with Disabilities Act
Which part of the EHA mandated early intervention for the birth to three population? It included identification, and referral, evaluation, determination of eligibility, development of an individual family serve plan (IFSP) and transition plans.
Public law 99-457 Part H
This act encourages an inclusive model of intervention and an integrative model (regular classroom with support), role of OT practitioner to assist children who have special needs to perform in a regular classroom?
What is LEA?
A local educational agency for your local school
Who can refer a student for evaluation for special education?
Physicians, health care professionals, related services personnel
What is the IEP teams purpose?
Determines students need for services
Is OT always included in initial eval to determine eligibility of services?
The lead team member in the team evaluation is who?
Special ed teacher (sometimes depends on childs disability)
Referral to OT, parental consent, knowledge of students strengths and needs from consultation with parents, teachers, child, and staff, standardized tests, observe
Who is responsible for completing the evaluation with COTAs input and interpreting information?
Measure students ability at any time is called what?
What is a test that can be compared?
Team evaluation applies only to what ages?
What is the main concern during an OT assessment?
How does the child FUNCTION in his/her envrionment
OT assessment should use top down or bottom up approach?
This assessment measures students ability to perform important functional activities?
The School function assessment
Examples of developmentally based assessments?
Ages and stages questionnaire
Child development inventories
The ounce scale
True or false: OT in schools needs to be education based?
Who determines EEN?
IEP are required for children of what ages who receive special education services?
Who is usually the Local Education Agency (LEA) representative as a part of the IEP team?
Representative of the school district
An IEP does progress notes how often?
Who are the required team members in an IEP?
Childs parents, one regular ed teacher, one special ed teacher, one special ed provider, representative of LEA, others
Areas that are required in the IEP documentation:
1. Present levels of performance 2. Goals
3. Frequency duration 4. Type
5. Accommodations needed
6. What services will be included
What are steps taken to support the student and their families as changes occur, educates families and students to resources available and their rights?
Whose role: legally responsible for all aspects?
Whose role: responsible for providing services within their level of competence?
What level of service is individual or group?
What level of service is monitoring a childs progress in a program established by the OT practitioner?
What level of service is therapists expertise use to assist other personnel to assist the child in meeting the goals and objectives?
What level of service is co teaching/block scheduling, and coaching?
An IEP is done how often?
How often must a child be re-evaluated to determine if child continues to be a "child with a disability"?
At least every 3 years
Early intervening services (EIS)
Response to intervention (RTI)
This multi-tiered service is for students who do not qualify for special ed but needs some supports to increase success, related services may provide this?
Early Intervening Service
This multi-tiered service is for ANY student with academic or behavioral problems (not just those receiving special ed) 3 tiers?
Response to intervention
Which tier of the RTI is intensive individualize intervention?
Which tier of the RTI is targeted intervention: SSTs?
Which tier of the RTI is general education classroom interventions for ALL students?
______ in 5 children ages 9-17 have diagnosable mental health disorders?
Recommended textbook explanations
A Concise Introduction To Logic (Mindtap Course List)
Lori Watson, Patrick J. Hurley
Psychology: Principles in Practice
Spencer A. Rathus
Myers' Psychology for the AP Course
David G Myers
Myers' Psychology for AP
David G Myers
Sets found in the same folder
Pediatric Health Conditions
Play and Playfullness
Positioning and Handling
Sets with similar terms
School Based Practice
Chapter 4 - Educational System
Ch. 4 & 5
OT552 School-Based OT
Other sets by this creator
SCI levels and self care abilities
Other Quizlet sets
9th Grade Abeka Literature Test 3 (revised)
Vocabulary Quiz (Round 4)
Imaging Ch 1 & 2
Match the term below with its correct definition. REM sleep A. breathing interruption that occurs during sleep B. the inability to sleep C. drug that increases the activity of the nervous system D. drug that slows the activity of the nervous system E. a system that provides information about something happening in the body F. sleep stage characterized by irregular breathing increased blood pressure, and faster heart rate G. method some people use to try to narrow their consciousness so that stresses of the outside world fade away H. a state of consciousness in which a person's sense of self or sense of the world changes I. awareness of things inside and outside ourselves J. the removal of a harmful substance from the body K. after a person takes a drug for a while, the body craves it to feel normal L. a feeling of great happiness or well-being
There is a saying stating that “beauty is only skin deep.” Do you think it is true? Do people act as if it is true? Explain.
Which of the five major sources of job satisfaction do you think is the most essential? Why do you think so?
Choose the letter of the correct term or concept below to complete the sentence. a. personality b. contingencies of reinforcement c. trait d. defense mechanism e. inferiority complex f. self-actualization g. positive regard h. conditions of worth i. extravert j. introvert. A(n)__________ is a tendency to react the same way to different situations.