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Flashcards to study for the CTRS exam
Learned Helplessness
condition in which repeated attempts to control a behavior fail, resulting in belief that the situation is uncontrollable
Roles of therapist in the Leisure Ability Model
Instructor, advisor, counselor
A major long-term effect of the use of inhalants
extreme thirst
Purpose of evidence-based practice
To enhance client care through research applications
Three major characteristics of mental retardation
subaverage intellectual functioning, impairment in at least two adaptive skill areas, evident before age 18
ad. lib.
As patient can tolerate
Criteria for accessible parking spaces
1. May be distribute in a parking lot if greater access is achieved
2. A slope of no greater than 1:50 is allowed
3. Access aisle of at least 60-inch width must be level be the same length as the adjacent parking space(s) it serves and must connect to an accessible route to the building
4. Parking spaces are to be at least 96 inches wides
Prospective Payment
Insurance company's cost control method of paying a rearranged amount for a specific service, not matter the actual cost of those services
The ADA (1990) allows full and equal access by persons with disabilities to:
any place of public accommodation, government or private
Classic leisure
a "condition of the soul." Seldomly achieved in our society.
Anti-utilitarian leisure
Leisure is itself a worthy end
Holistic Leisure
discoverable in any activity, anywhere.
Leisure Barriers Inventory
An interview-style assessment used to evaluate a person's barriers to leisure in the following areas:
Leisure partners, activity skills, leisure resources, time/money/transportation, age/disability, etc
State institute leisure assessment process (STILAP)
• Adolescents and adults with physical or psychological disabilities or MR/DD
• Purpose: To help achieve a balanced lifestyle.
• Areas: Assess leisure skill participation patterns, categorizing these patterns into leisure competency areas, and provide guidelines for future program involvement
Life satisfaction scale (LSS)
• Clients with moderate to no cognitive impairment
• Purpose: To measure perceived satisfaction with life
• Self-report assessment
comprehensive evaluation in recreational therapy (CERT)