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Intro to Occupational Therapy, Chapter 5
The three categories of personnel who…
Occupational Therapist Aide
occupational therapy personnel
occupational therapy practitioner
Occupational Therapist, Occupational Therapist Assistant, Occ…
Does not receive special training before working in the field…
any personel, including ot students and aides, who deliver oc…
any individual who is initially certified to practice as eith…
The three categories of personnel who…
Occupational Therapist, Occupational Therapist Assistant, Occ…
Occupational Therapist Aide
Does not receive special training before working in the field…
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Intro to Occupational Therapy, Chapter 5
The three categories of personnel who…
Occupational Therapist Aide
occupational therapy personnel
occupational therapy practitioner
Occupational Therapist, Occupational Therapist Assistant, Occ…
Does not receive special training before working in the field…
any personel, including ot students and aides, who deliver oc…
any individual who is initially certified to practice as eith…
The three categories of personnel who…
Occupational Therapist, Occupational Therapist Assistant, Occ…
Occupational Therapist Aide
Does not receive special training before working in the field…
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Intro to Occupational Therapy- Chapter 5-8
Accreditation
Accreditation Council for Occupational…
Certification
NBCOT
A form of regulation that determines wether an organization o…
The national organization that regulates entry-level educatio…
The acknowledgement that an individual has the qualifications…
National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy. Reg…
Accreditation
A form of regulation that determines wether an organization o…
Accreditation Council for Occupational…
The national organization that regulates entry-level educatio…
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Chapter 5 - Occupational Therapy Intervention
Intervention Planning
intervention implementation
Client -directed Approach
Client-centered Approach
- refers to the process where the results of the occupational…
- carrying out the intervention plan... - review of intervention…
-client leads the therapeutic process, OT provides support
- the strengths, wishes, values, and goals of the client are…
Intervention Planning
- refers to the process where the results of the occupational…
intervention implementation
- carrying out the intervention plan... - review of intervention…
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Pre-Occupational Therapy: Chapter 5
What is ACOTE?
What does the AOTA regulate?
What does ACOTE evaluate?
Accreditation
The Accreditation Council for Occupational Therapy Education.
Entry level education in the US, sets standards. Revised ever…
Evaluates each educational programs compliance with the stand…
The minimal education standards recommended by the profession…
What is ACOTE?
The Accreditation Council for Occupational Therapy Education.
What does the AOTA regulate?
Entry level education in the US, sets standards. Revised ever…
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Chapter 5: Occupational Therapy Intervention
OT practitioners are qualified mental…
The public health model advocates the…
Variable that affect Intervention plan…
Trauma Informed Care has 3 phase model…
True
prevention an intensive individualized intervention
Client's chronological age and developmental level... Setting w…
Stabilization... Processing and Grieving... Reconnection, integrati…
OT practitioners are qualified mental…
True
The public health model advocates the…
prevention an intensive individualized intervention
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Chapter 5: Documentation of Occupational Therapy Services
HIPPA
SOAP Notes
Narrative Notes
Flow Sheets
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 w…
Are often used for communicating daily or weekly information…
Are less structured than the SOAP format. Can be used to docu…
Another form of documentation that can be used. Typically in…
HIPPA
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 w…
SOAP Notes
Are often used for communicating daily or weekly information…
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NBCOT Chapter 5 Occupational Therapy Developmental Evaluation
Assessment of Preterm Infants' Behavio…
Neurological Assessment of Pre-term an…
Denver Developmental Screening Test II
Bayley Scales of Infant Development 3r…
focus: pattern of developing behavioral organization in repon…
focus: brief neurological examination incorporated into routi…
standardized screening tool for identification of development…
focus: evaluates five domains: cognitive, language, and motor…
Assessment of Preterm Infants' Behavio…
focus: pattern of developing behavioral organization in repon…
Neurological Assessment of Pre-term an…
focus: brief neurological examination incorporated into routi…
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Occupational Therapy Manager Chapter 5 OccupationBased Practiced in Management
Client-centered practice
Occupation
Occupation-based interventions
Occupation-based practice
an approach to service which embraces a philosophy of, respec…
Activities that people engage in throughout their daily lives…
A type of occupational therapy intervention - a client- cente…
Services that include understanding the client as an occupati…
Client-centered practice
an approach to service which embraces a philosophy of, respec…
Occupation
Activities that people engage in throughout their daily lives…
Early: Physical Dysfunction Chapter 5: Documentation of Occupational Therapy Services
1. An OTA is working with an individua…
2. An OTA who works at a skilled nursi…
3. During OT treatment, an individual…
4. An OTA recommends that an individua…
2
1
1
4
1. An OTA is working with an individua…
2
2. An OTA who works at a skilled nursi…
1
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TherapyEd Chapter 5: human development across the lifespan- pediatric through geriatric considerations for occupational therapy practice
HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
human development
SENSORIMOTOR DEVELOPMENT
fetal sensorimotor development
....
sequential changes in the function of the individual ... qualit…
....
- three trimesters... - development of: ... 1. muscle spindle... 2. t…
HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
....
human development
sequential changes in the function of the individual ... qualit…
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Occupational Therapy: Ch 5
3 categories of worker
OT personnel
OT practitioner
Accreditation Council for Occupational…
1. occupational therapist- trained at professional level... 2. o…
any personnel (OT students and aids) who deliver OT services
any individual who is "initially certified to practice as eit…
regulates entry-level education for both OT and OTA programs…
3 categories of worker
1. occupational therapist- trained at professional level... 2. o…
OT personnel
any personnel (OT students and aids) who deliver OT services
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TherapyEd Chapter 5: human development across the lifespan- pediatric through geriatric considerations for occupational therapy practice
HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
human development
SENSORIMOTOR DEVELOPMENT
fetal sensorimotor development
....
sequential changes in the function of the individual ... qualit…
....
- three trimesters... - development of: ... 1. muscle spindle... 2. t…
HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
....
human development
sequential changes in the function of the individual ... qualit…
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Chapter 5 Occupational Therapy Practice Framework: Domain and Process-Our Language
Activity
Activity Demands
Areas of Occupation
BADLs
Goal directed but not always assume a place of critical impor…
The specific features of an activity that affect skills and p…
The broad range of occupations. These include ADLs, BADLs (sa…
Basic activities of daily living. The same as ADLs.
Activity
Goal directed but not always assume a place of critical impor…
Activity Demands
The specific features of an activity that affect skills and p…
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Ch5 :Occupational Therapy Developmental Evaluations
Overall Components
Information regarding the mother's pre…
Medical History
Developmental History:
...
a. Apgar score of the infant's heart rate, respiration, refle…
admissions and length of hospitalizations for illness, diseas…
important developmental milestones, their time of achievement…
Overall Components
...
Information regarding the mother's pre…
a. Apgar score of the infant's heart rate, respiration, refle…
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Intro to Occupational Therapy ch 5-8
Accreditation Council for Occupational…
Accreditation
Fieldwork
National Board for Certification in Oc…
Regulates entry level education for both OT and OTA programs…
Minimal educational standards have been met and school has re…
Practical experience
Administers 4 hr national certification exam; exam covers eva…
Accreditation Council for Occupational…
Regulates entry level education for both OT and OTA programs…
Accreditation
Minimal educational standards have been met and school has re…
Occupational Therapy Chapter 2
Psychriatric ... settings
Medical and rehab settings
Areas short of OT work were provides by
How long was the Army early training c…
Before WWII many OT worked in this setting
After WWII OT worked in this setting
Aides... Assistants... Technicians
1 month (1944)
Psychriatric ... settings
Before WWII many OT worked in this setting
Medical and rehab settings
After WWII OT worked in this setting
Occupational Therapy chapter 1
Quakers
Susan Tracy
George Barton
William Dunton
Brought moral treatment to US
Nurse used occupation with acutely ill
Consolation House
Father of OT... Nine Cardinal principles
Quakers
Brought moral treatment to US
Susan Tracy
Nurse used occupation with acutely ill
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Occupational Therapy Chapter 12
Evaluation Process Includes what?
What is the purpose of the evaluation…
What does the OT base toe evaluation p…
Referral
referral screening developing an occupational profile and ana…
to find out what the client wants and needs and to identify t…
age diagnosis developmental level education socioeconomic sta…
OT process begins with a referral a request for service fro a…
Evaluation Process Includes what?
referral screening developing an occupational profile and ana…
What is the purpose of the evaluation…
to find out what the client wants and needs and to identify t…
Occupational Therapy Chapter 1
Definition of OT
Philippe Pinel
William Dunton
George Barton
The therapeutic use of everyday life activities (occupations)…
greatly influenced the use of occupations into facilitated im…
A psychiatrist in the 1800's, established 9 principles of occ…
an architect by trade, became interested in OT due to his exp…
Definition of OT
The therapeutic use of everyday life activities (occupations)…
Philippe Pinel
greatly influenced the use of occupations into facilitated im…
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Occupational Therapy Chapter 11
Administration
levels of care
areas of practice
Administration of Setting
refers to the systems organization and management
the service and length of time a client receives services
relate to the types of conditions that the types of condition…
public, private non profit, or private profit ... affects agentc…
Administration
refers to the systems organization and management
levels of care
the service and length of time a client receives services
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Occupational Development Chapter 5
Brain Stem
Midbrain
Cortex
Prefrontal cortex
-Region deep inside brain which controls automatic responses
-are of the brain that affects emotions and memory
-outer layers where most thinking, feeling and sensing occurs
-are of the cortex at the front of the brain that specializes…
Brain Stem
-Region deep inside brain which controls automatic responses
Midbrain
-are of the brain that affects emotions and memory
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Occupational Therapy Chapter 14
model of practice vs. frame of reference
evidence based practice
theory... two parts are concepts and prin…
Why should we know the theory of Occup…
mop helps organize one's thinking where for is a tool to guid…
refers to choosing intervention techniques based upon the bes…
set of ideas that helps explain things ... concept: ideas that r…
key element in problem setting and in problem solving... validat…
model of practice vs. frame of reference
mop helps organize one's thinking where for is a tool to guid…
evidence based practice
refers to choosing intervention techniques based upon the bes…
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Occupational Therapy Chapter 15
modality
methods
media
preparatory methods ... what are the 4 th…
includes both the method of intervention as well as the mediu…
steps sequences and approaches used to activate the therapeut…
supplies and equipment used
conjunction with or in order to prepare the client for a purp…
modality
includes both the method of intervention as well as the mediu…
methods
steps sequences and approaches used to activate the therapeut…
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Occupational Therapy Chapter 17
Clinical Reasoning
What are the elements of Clinical reas…
scientific element
ethical element
figuring out how to address client issues and intervene ... -it…
scientific element , ethical and artistic
what are the possible things that can be done for this client…
what should be done for the client what is right and fair... tak…
Clinical Reasoning
figuring out how to address client issues and intervene ... -it…
What are the elements of Clinical reas…
scientific element , ethical and artistic
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Occupational Therapy Chapter 16
Therapeutic relationship
What are some skills that practitioner…
Universal states of loss
therapeutic use of self
interaction between and OT and client
trust empathy nonverbal and verbal communication active liste…
denial anger bargaining depression acceptance ... clients may go…
unlike a friendship only the client is to benefit it is the p…
Therapeutic relationship
interaction between and OT and client
What are some skills that practitioner…
trust empathy nonverbal and verbal communication active liste…
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Chapter 3: The Philosophy of Occupational Therapy
what are three things the OT philosoph…
define philosophy (2 aspects)
what is a framework for thinking
define assumptions
(1) develop a clear and coherent professional identity as an…
1) a conscious framework of assumptions and beliefs that guid…
thinking and acting from a network of assumptions and beliefs
ideas or principles that are taken for granted
what are three things the OT philosoph…
(1) develop a clear and coherent professional identity as an…
define philosophy (2 aspects)
1) a conscious framework of assumptions and beliefs that guid…
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Chapter 10: The Occupational Therapy Process
Pediatric Models of Practice
Model of Human Occupation (MOHO)
Volition
Habituation
Helps OT practitioners organize their thinking- framework for…
-Kielhofner... -Components: Volition, Habituation, Performance a…
The child's or parent's goals and priorities or occupational…
Or routine; how the child spends the day
Pediatric Models of Practice
Helps OT practitioners organize their thinking- framework for…
Model of Human Occupation (MOHO)
-Kielhofner... -Components: Volition, Habituation, Performance a…
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Intro to Occupational Therapy Chapters 9-11 & 15
Activities of Daily Living (ADLs)
Instrumental Activities of Daily Living
Performance Skills
Client factors
activities involved in taking care of one's own body and incl…
activities that may be considered optional and involve the en…
Small unit of observable action that are linked together in t…
components of activities consisting of body functions and bod…
Activities of Daily Living (ADLs)
activities involved in taking care of one's own body and incl…
Instrumental Activities of Daily Living
activities that may be considered optional and involve the en…
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Occupational Analysis Chapter 3- The Philosophy of Occupational Therapy
Pragmatism
Assumptions
Beliefs
Philosophical Mode of Thinking
a philosophic perspective that focuses in experience, science…
ideas or principles that are "taken for granted as the basis…
convictions about what is true
Thinking with a clear sense of ultimate foundations of one's…
Pragmatism
a philosophic perspective that focuses in experience, science…
Assumptions
ideas or principles that are "taken for granted as the basis…
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Intro to occupational therapy Chapter 10
Adolescence
Adulthood
Aging
Cerebral palsy
The period of development between 12 and 20 years of age
The period of development after 20 years of age, broken into…
The unique changes that occur over time, such as sensory and…
A disorder caused by an insult to the brain before, during or…
Adolescence
The period of development between 12 and 20 years of age
Adulthood
The period of development after 20 years of age, broken into…
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Introduction to Occupational Therapy Chapter 1
Who founded the Moral Treatment
Define Moral Treatment
What caused a person to become mentall…
Define OT
Phillipe Pinel
One treats a persons emotional well being.
They are out of balance and a person's own emotions could be…
Profession that works with a persons mind, body and spirit th…
Who founded the Moral Treatment
Phillipe Pinel
Define Moral Treatment
One treats a persons emotional well being.
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Intro to occupational therapy Chapter 7
Activity Director
Advanced-Level Practitioner
Board Certification
Career Development
The practitioner responsible for planning, implementing, and…
considered an expert, or a resource in the respective role
Certification for the OT or OTA that incorporates more genera…
The process of advancing within the service delivery path or…
Activity Director
The practitioner responsible for planning, implementing, and…
Advanced-Level Practitioner
considered an expert, or a resource in the respective role
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Intro to Occupational Therapy Chapter 15
Modality
Methods
Media
Preparatory Method
The media and methods used in occupational therapy intervention
The steps, sequences, and approaches used to activate the the…
The supplies and equipment used in occupational therapy inter…
Techniques or activities that address the remediation and res…
Modality
The media and methods used in occupational therapy intervention
Methods
The steps, sequences, and approaches used to activate the the…
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Occupational Therapy/lifespan-Chapter 4
Culture and Development =
Cultural Norms
Values
Culture
taught/norm agreed upon/rules/guide the individual, group, ex…
Support development of conformity consistency/of behavior app…
broad preferences concerning appropriate course of action or…
sum of experiences of values, beliefs judgements and attitude…
Culture and Development =
taught/norm agreed upon/rules/guide the individual, group, ex…
Cultural Norms
Support development of conformity consistency/of behavior app…
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Occupational Therapy Practice: Week 5: Occupational Adaptation and Occupational Justice
What is clinical reasoning?
What is therapeutic use of self?
What determines how a person responds…
Why should we care about justice?
Includes evidence behind practice, professional knowledge and…
Motivation to get someone to engage in the therapy process, c…
Motivation, past experience, personal qualities/strengths/wea…
Related to client centered practice, being an advocate for yo…
What is clinical reasoning?
Includes evidence behind practice, professional knowledge and…
What is therapeutic use of self?
Motivation to get someone to engage in the therapy process, c…
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Chapter 12 Occupational Therapy Process
Evaluations
Occupational Therapy Process
Six points of an Evaluation
Interview Process
What the client wants and needs, identify factors that suppor…
Interactions between the OT and the client.... Step1: Referal-gi…
Step1: Find Diagnoses- Why are they here?... Step2:Precaution- W…
initial contact to gather information.
Evaluations
What the client wants and needs, identify factors that suppor…
Occupational Therapy Process
Interactions between the OT and the client.... Step1: Referal-gi…
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Introduction to Occupational Therapy- chapter 1
What is the definition of occupation a…
What is the definition of therapy acco…
What is the definition of goal accordi…
What is the definition of activity acc…
an activity in which one engages
the treatment of an illness or disability
an end toward which effort is directed
a state or condition of being involved
What is the definition of occupation a…
an activity in which one engages
What is the definition of therapy acco…
the treatment of an illness or disability
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Occupational Therapy Documenting Chapter 4
Both a model and frames of reference a…
What is linked to practice through Mod…
Frames of References
Can you use several Frames of Referenc…
theory, and help organize knowledge so that it can be used to…
Theory
provides practitioners with specifics about how to treat spec…
Yes
Both a model and frames of reference a…
theory, and help organize knowledge so that it can be used to…
What is linked to practice through Mod…
Theory
Chapter 1, 2, 3 Introduction to Occupational Therapy
Age of Enlightenment
Moral treatment
Phillipe Pinel
Believed in occupation to take the pat…
1500's -1600's - Martin Luther
Late 1700's -early 1800's - Promoted scientific thought & cha…
Father of moral treatment
Phillipe Pinel
Age of Enlightenment
1500's -1600's - Martin Luther
Moral treatment
Late 1700's -early 1800's - Promoted scientific thought & cha…
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Chapter 5 - Adlerian Therapy
Adler taught that we must successfully…
Which is are true concerning one's sty…
Which of the statements about social i…
Dr. Jones told Emily that her efforts…
Enhancing wellness
All people have a lifestyle, but no two people develop exactl…
While Adler considered social interest to be innate, he also…
inappropriate because Dr. Jones was confusing Adler's self-es…
Adler taught that we must successfully…
Enhancing wellness
Which is are true concerning one's sty…
All people have a lifestyle, but no two people develop exactl…
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Chapter 3: The Early Development of Occupational Therapy
who is Herbert James Hall
who is Adolf Meyer
who is William Rush Dunton Jr
who is Eleanor Clarke Slagle
-Harvard Medical School ... -received a grant from Harvard to st…
-psychiatrist... -from Switzerland but moved to Chicago ... -emphas…
-father of OT ... -degree in medicine ... -worked at a private hosp…
-had many family members with disabilities -completed Hull Ho…
who is Herbert James Hall
-Harvard Medical School ... -received a grant from Harvard to st…
who is Adolf Meyer
-psychiatrist... -from Switzerland but moved to Chicago ... -emphas…
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Chapter 3: Philosophical Principles and Values in Occupational Therapy
Professional Philosophy
OT PHILOSOPHY
Philosophy
Metaphysical
refers to the set of values, beliefs, and principles that gui…
defines that nature of the profession, guides the actions or…
refers to a set of basic principles or concepts underlying so…
refers to questions concerned with the nature of humankind
Professional Philosophy
refers to the set of values, beliefs, and principles that gui…
OT PHILOSOPHY
defines that nature of the profession, guides the actions or…
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Pre-Occupational Therapy: Chapter 7
Roles
Relationships
Career Development
OT Roles
specific positions or set of stipulated job related responsib…
The Connection of different roles to one another is a relatio…
How the individual develops a career will depend on the previ…
Practitioner: OT or OTA, Educator, Fieldwork Educator, Superv…
Roles
specific positions or set of stipulated job related responsib…
Relationships
The Connection of different roles to one another is a relatio…
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Intro to occupational therapy, Chapter One
Humanistic Ideas
Inner Mechanisms
Moral treatment
Theraputic Use of Self
Focused on the individuals experience of doing and on her cap…
Concern for addressing client's underlying impairments, sough…
humanitarian approach that emphasized the facilitation of sel…
Punwar and Peloquin defined therapeutic use of self as a prac…
Humanistic Ideas
Focused on the individuals experience of doing and on her cap…
Inner Mechanisms
Concern for addressing client's underlying impairments, sough…
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Chapter 4: Contemporary Occupational Therapy Practice
define occupational therapy
define occupation
define evaluation
what is intervention
Occupational therapy is the art and science of helping people…
includes the complex network of day-today activities that ena…
involves careful attention to what the person (or group) want…
involves very carefully selecting those factors that most aff…
define occupational therapy
Occupational therapy is the art and science of helping people…
define occupation
includes the complex network of day-today activities that ena…
68 terms
Chapter 5 - Adlerian Therapy
Adler taught that we must successfully…
Which is are true concerning one's sty…
Which of the statements about social i…
Dr. Jones told Emily that her efforts…
Enhancing wellness
All people have a lifestyle, but no two people develop exactl…
While Adler considered social interest to be innate, he also…
inappropriate because Dr. Jones was confusing Adler's self-es…
Adler taught that we must successfully…
Enhancing wellness
Which is are true concerning one's sty…
All people have a lifestyle, but no two people develop exactl…
17 terms
Pre-Occupational Therapy: Chapter 3
Professional Philosophy
Metaphysical
Epistemology
Axiology
The Set of values, beliefs, truths, and principles that guide…
Questions concerned with the nature of human kind
Related to the "nature, origin, and limits of human knowledge
The study of values
Professional Philosophy
The Set of values, beliefs, truths, and principles that guide…
Metaphysical
Questions concerned with the nature of human kind
21 terms
Pre-Occupational Therapy: Chapter 9
what is OTPF
Activities of daily living (ADL's)
Instrumental Activities of Daily Living
Rest and sleep
The Occupational Therapy Practice Framework. Provides a commo…
Activities involed in taking care of ones own body and includ…
Activities that may be considered optional and involve the en…
Restorative Activities that support healthy participation in…
what is OTPF
The Occupational Therapy Practice Framework. Provides a commo…
Activities of daily living (ADL's)
Activities involed in taking care of ones own body and includ…
24 terms
Pre-Occupational Therapy: Chapter One
Occupation
Therapy
Goal
Activity
Activity in which one engages
Treatment of an illness or disability
End Toward which effort is direct
State or condition being involved
Occupation
Activity in which one engages
Therapy
Treatment of an illness or disability
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