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Domains of OT Final
Terms in this set (55)
Core Value: Concern for the welfare of others.
Core Value: Treating all people impartially & without bias.
Core Value: Right to choose.
Core Value: Diverse communities.
Core Value: Treat with respect.
Core Value: Accurate, oral, written, & electronic communication.
Core Value: Clinical reasoning, ethical reasoning, judgement, & reflection to make decisions.
Ethical Standards: Demonstrate concern of well-being of others.
Ethical Standards: Obligation not to impose potential harm or wrong.
Autonomy & Confidentiality
Ethical Standards: Respect rights of individual, privacy, & consent.
Justice (formerly Procedural & Social Justice)
Ethical Standards: Promote fairness & objectivity, equal opportunity.
Ethical Standards: Truthful, comprehensive, & accurate information disclosure.
Ethical Standards: Treat with respect, fairness, discretion, & integrity; professional loyalty.
Outlines the profession's purview & the areas in which its members have & established body of knowledge & expertise.
Describes the actions & practitioners take when providing services that are client-centered and focused on engagement.
Various kinds of life activities in which individuals,groups, or populations engage including ADLs, IADLs, rest & sleep, education, work, play, leisure, & social participation.
Include 1) values, beliefs, & spirituality, 2) body functions, & 3) body structures that reside within the client that influences the client's performance in occupations.
Observable elements of action that have an implicit functional purpose; skills are considered a classification of actions, encompassing multiple capacities & underlie the ability to participate in desired occupations & activities.
Habits, routines, roles, & rituals used in the process of engaging in occupations or activities, these patterns can support or hinder occupational performance.
Variety of interrelated conditions that are within and surrounding the client. Includes cultural, personal, temporal, and virtual.
The external physical & social conditions that surround the client and in which the client's daily life occupations occur.
Occupation: Activities of Daily Living - activities oriented toward taking care of one's own body.
Occupation: Instrumental Activities of Daily Living - activities to support daily life within the home & community that often require more complex interactions than those used in ADLs.
Occupation: Activities needed for learning & participating in the educational environment.
Rest & Sleep
Occupation: Activities related to obtaining restorative rest & sleep to support healthy, active engagement in other occupations.
Occupation: Labor or exertion; to make, construct, manufacture, form, fashion, or shape objects; to organize, plan, or evaluated services of process of living or governing.
Occupation: Any spontaneous or organized activity that provides enjoyment, entertainment, amusement, or diversion.
Occupation: Nonobligatory activity that is intrinsically motivated and engaged in during discretionary time, that is, time not committed to obligatory occupations such as work, self-care, or sleep.
Occupation: The interweaving of occupations to support desired engagement in community & family activities as well as those involving peers & friends.
Client Factors: Acquired beliefs and commitments, derived from culture, about what is good, right, and important to do.
Cognitive content held as true by or about the client.
The aspect of humanity that refers to the way individuals seek and express meaning & purpose & the way they experience their connectedness to the moment, to self, to others, to nature, and to the significant or sacred.
Client Factors: Physiological functions of body systems.
Client Factors: Anatomical parts of the body and their components.
Performance Skills: Skills Observed as the person interactions with and move task objects and self around the environment.
Performance Skills: Occupational performance observed as a person 1) selects, interacts with and uses task tools & materials, 2) carries out individual actions and steps, and 3) modifies performance when problems are encountered.
Social Interaction Skills
Performance Skills: Observed during ongoing stream of a social exchange.
Performance Patterns: Automatic behavior integrated into more complex patterns.
Performance Patterns: Patterns of behavior that are observable. Regular, repetitive, and provide structure.
Performance Patterns: Symbolic actions with spiritual, cultural, or social meaning contributing to client's identity & reinforce values & beliefs.
Performance Patterns: Set of behaviors set expected by society & shaped by culture.
Context: Customs, beliefs, activity patterns.
Context: Features of a person that are not part of a health condition or health status.
Context: Location of occupational performance in time, stages in life, time of day.
Context: Communications by means of airways or computers, absence of physical contact.
Environment: Non-human aspects, accessibility to and performance within environments
Environment: Presence, relationships, and expectations of persons, organizations and populations.
- Ability to seek new knowledge
- Demonstrate understanding & integration of the knowledge needed to assume multiple roles
- Objectively reason to make sound judgments & decisions
- Reflect upon practice to improve skills
- Problem solve, use deductive & inductive reasoning
- Integrate EBR when making sound decisions
- Use effective communication skills when interacting with clients & other professionals
- Be culturally competent
- Fulfill roles & responsibilities competently
- Integrate EBP techniques
- Thorough understanding & use of AOTA Code of Ethics to make ethical & sound decisions
Scope of Practice
Defines the profession of OT
Standards of Practice
Defines the standards for the practice of OT
Standards for Continuing Competency
Professional development & lifelong learning
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