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According to the ______ classification system of cerebral palsy, individuals are placed into one of eight ability classes according to the severity of the disability
Cerebral palsy is considered a developmental disease
The Denver Developmental Screening Test is recommended for use in assessing the motor development of young children with cerebral palsy
Seventy Five percent of all TBIs are classified as ________.
Another term for the silent epidemic is _________ injury.
Which of these is not a risk factor associated with stroke>
Appropriate physical fitness
Cerebral palsy is LEAST associated with
Damage to spinal nerves
The term palsy refers to
Impaired control over voluntary muscles
What CPISRA functional classification level(s) is (are) associated with the use of motorized wheelchair for persons with cerebral palsy?
Classification level 1
Which of these is a common warning sign of stroke?
All of these
A transient ischemic attack refers to
a very brief stroke
_______________, a neuromotor form of cerebral palsy, results from damage to the masses of gray matter located deep within the cerebral hemispheres of the brain called the basal ganglia.
Stroke is commonly referred to as
Cerebrovascular accident (CVA)
The scale that describes eight levels of cognitive functioning that is typicalled used in the first few week or months following brain injury is known as the ________/
Rancho Los Amigos Scale
CPISRA best refers to
An international sport organization
Which one of these is NOT true of traumatic brain injury?
It always results in blindness
Muscle tone imbalances between flexor and extensor muscle groups are common in individuals with cerebral palsy
In the ______ classification of head injury, the brain is shaken back and forth within the skull
Inappropriate reflex behaviors in individuals with cerebral palsy does NOT contribute to reduced levels of aerobic activity and flexibility.
The phrase that best describes cerebral palsy is:
A group of permanently disabling conditions
Universal gym equipment is not recommended for use by individuals who have CP or TBI.
CPISRA is NOT a member of the International Paralympic Committee (IPC).
The Rancho Los Amigos Scale describes
The functional level of people with traumatic brain injury
The topographical classification in cerebral palsy used to describe major involvement of both lower limbs and minor involvement of both upper limbs is
Teachers dealing with students who have had traumatic brain injury should
ALL OF THESE
Which of these tests can be used effectively to assess the health-related physical fitness of individuals with cerebral palsy, stroke, or traumatic brain injury?
Brockport Physical Fitness Test
The _________ classification system for individuals with cerebral palsy is the most common form of classification in the field of education today.
For individuals with TBI who have been immobilized for a long period of time, it is recommended that muscular strength and endurance activities be performed gradually and precede activities focusing on aerobic capacity.
Cerebral palsy is not the most common motor disorder in children.
Spasticity is associated with the hyperactive stretch reflex.
The asymmetrical tonic neck reflex (ATNR) can prevent effective use of implements such as bats, rackets, and hockey sticks.
The ____________________ Test is a health-related tool used to assess aerobic activity, body composition, and musculoskeletal functioning.
Brockport Physical Fitness
In the topographical classification system, the term _______ refers to involvement of one complete side of the body (arm and leg)
A ____________ results when an artery in the brain lose its elasticity and ruptures.
The type of cerebral palsy classification system associated with ability levels is
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