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Aural Rehab Chapter 12
Baby boomers
Temporal-order discrimination
Dichotic-syllable identification
Presbycusis
The generation born between the years 1946 and 1965.
Requires a patient to attend to the order in which auditory s…
Task entails presenting two consonant-vowel syllables to a pa…
A generic term used to refer to age-related hearing loss.
Baby boomers
The generation born between the years 1946 and 1965.
Temporal-order discrimination
Requires a patient to attend to the order in which auditory s…
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Rehab Psych Chapter 12
Hearing Impairment
Hearing Sensitivity Loss
deaf
Deaf
Less than normal hearing (either sensitivity or speech unders…
Poorer than normal auditory sensitivity for sounds; usually m…
Limited or absent hearing for ordinary purposes of daily livi…
The term Deaf when used with a capital D refers to those indi…
Hearing Impairment
Less than normal hearing (either sensitivity or speech unders…
Hearing Sensitivity Loss
Poorer than normal auditory sensitivity for sounds; usually m…
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Aural Rehab Chapter 12
Baby boomers
Temporal-order discrimination
Dichotic-syllable identification
Presbycusis
The generation born between the years 1946 and 1965.
Requires a patient to attend to the order in which auditory s…
Task entails presenting two consonant-vowel syllables to a pa…
A generic term used to refer to age-related hearing loss.
Baby boomers
The generation born between the years 1946 and 1965.
Temporal-order discrimination
Requires a patient to attend to the order in which auditory s…
25 terms
Aural Rehab Chapter 12
Baby boomers
Temporal-order discrimination
Dichotic-syllable identification task
Presbycusis
The generation born between the years 1946 and 1965.
Requires a patient to attend to the order in which auditory s…
Entails presenting two consonant-vowel syllables to a patient…
A generic term used to refer to age-related hearing loss.
Baby boomers
The generation born between the years 1946 and 1965.
Temporal-order discrimination
Requires a patient to attend to the order in which auditory s…
37 terms
Aural Rehab Chapter 12
Congress has extended the mandatory ag…
In 2003, 17% of individuals over the a…
Traditional seniors and baby boomers a…
Conversational fluency can be assessed…
True
False
False
True
Congress has extended the mandatory ag…
True
In 2003, 17% of individuals over the a…
False
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465 Chapter 12 Rehab plans for older adults
Start off with...
Then ask...
Presbycusis
What are the causes of presbycusis?
Case history... - why are you here?... - what can i do for you to…
Related questions... - family history?... - noise exposure?... - wo…
- age related hearing loss... - bilateral
Loss of...... - *sensory hair cells, supporting cells, nerve fib…
Start off with...
Case history... - why are you here?... - what can i do for you to…
Then ask...
Related questions... - family history?... - noise exposure?... - wo…
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Chapter 12 Injuries : The Psychology of Recovery and Rehab - PP included
Sports Injuries
Precursors to Sports Injury
Physical Precursors
Environmental Precursors
...
There are 4... Physical... Environmental... Sociocultural... Psychological
Fitness Fatigue Muscle Imbalance Collisions
Weather - Playing Surface Unsafe Equipment
Sports Injuries
...
Precursors to Sports Injury
There are 4... Physical... Environmental... Sociocultural... Psychological
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aural rehab ch 12
baby boomers
temporal-order discrimination
dichotic-syllable identification
spiral ganglion
the generation born between the years of 1946-1965
requires a patient to attend to the order in which auditory s…
task entails presenting two consonant-vowel syllables to a pa…
comprises the nuclei of the nerve fibers that connect to the…
baby boomers
the generation born between the years of 1946-1965
temporal-order discrimination
requires a patient to attend to the order in which auditory s…
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Ch 12 hlth and rehab
Aerobic
Amino Acids
Anorexia nervosa
Assertiveness
Requires oxygen to live; exercise makes heart rate above norm…
Molecules that are building blocks of protein
Disease based on disorder of thinking one is over weight when…
Ability to express oneself freely in a non threatening manner
Aerobic
Requires oxygen to live; exercise makes heart rate above norm…
Amino Acids
Molecules that are building blocks of protein
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Aural Rehab Chapter 10-12
Counseling
Psychosocial support
assertiveness training
self-image
professional service designed to help patients better underst…
means by which speech and hearing professionals help patients…
is aimed at teaching patients to express themselves assertive…
individuals awareness of ones biological or physical self and…
Counseling
professional service designed to help patients better underst…
Psychosocial support
means by which speech and hearing professionals help patients…
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Rehab Ch 12: Foot and Ankle
You are an Athletic Trainer at a 5A hi…
____ extrensic muscles... ____ intrinsic…
Subtalar Neutral- position in which th…
Pes cavus- _______ arch... Pes Planus- __…
...
- 12... - 11
- equally... - navicular
...
You are an Athletic Trainer at a 5A hi…
...
____ extrensic muscles... ____ intrinsic…
- 12... - 11
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Aural Rehab Test 2 Ch 12 Terms
baby boomers
temporal-order discrimination
dichotic-syllable identification
presbycusis
generation born between the years 1946 and 1965
requires a patient to attend to the order in which auditory s…
task entails presenting two consonant-vowel syllables to a pa…
generic term used to refer to age-related hearing loss
baby boomers
generation born between the years 1946 and 1965
temporal-order discrimination
requires a patient to attend to the order in which auditory s…
10 terms
chapter 14 rehab
cryo
ergo
habilitato
myo
cold
work
ability
muscle
cryo
cold
ergo
work
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Rehab Chapter 3
Influences on Patient Care
Newtons First Law of Motion
Newtons Second Law of Motion
Newtons Third Law of Motion
Treatment setting ... Type of equipment available ... Experience an…
A body remains at rest or in uniform motion until an outside…
Acceleration of an object is directly proportional to the mas…
An object reacts to a force with a force of equal magnitude i…
Influences on Patient Care
Treatment setting ... Type of equipment available ... Experience an…
Newtons First Law of Motion
A body remains at rest or in uniform motion until an outside…
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chapter 26 rehab
internalized anger
externalized anger
acknowledgement
adjustments
is associated with self blame and manifestation of self direc…
anger directed towards other people or objects in the environ…
the first sign that the patient has accepted or recognized th…
the finial stage in adaption and involves the development of…
internalized anger
is associated with self blame and manifestation of self direc…
externalized anger
anger directed towards other people or objects in the environ…
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chapter 27 rehab
cognition
perception
hospitalization
the retraining approach
method used by the CNS to process information
is the ability to interpret sensory info and make that info m…
unfamiliar surroundings add to the impaired CNS compounding e…
transfer of training approach and practice of one task will c…
cognition
method used by the CNS to process information
perception
is the ability to interpret sensory info and make that info m…
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Rehab. Chapter 5
General effects of immobilization
General effects of remobilization
Effects of immobilization on muscles
Effects of immobilization on muscle:... H…
- decrease in ground substance which lead to an increase in c…
- enhancement of recovery... - prevention of abnormal collagen c…
- decrease in muscle fiber size... - fewer myofibrils... - reduced…
- decrease in ATP, ADP, CP, & creatine glycogen... - increase in…
General effects of immobilization
- decrease in ground substance which lead to an increase in c…
General effects of remobilization
- enhancement of recovery... - prevention of abnormal collagen c…
42 terms
chapter 5 rehab
motor control
motor skills
motor plan
motor learning
central nervous system, physical and behavioral process that…
learned through interaction and exploration of the environmen…
is an idea or plan for purposeful movement that is made up of…
a set of internal processes associated with practice or exper…
motor control
central nervous system, physical and behavioral process that…
motor skills
learned through interaction and exploration of the environmen…
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chapter 3 rehab
feedback control
feedforward control
superficial sensory testing
deep sensory testing
uses sensory information received during the movement to moni…
is proactive strategy that uses sensory information obtained…
sharp/dull... temp... light touch ... deep pressure
kinesthetic awareness... proprioceptive awareness ... vibratory tes…
feedback control
uses sensory information received during the movement to moni…
feedforward control
is proactive strategy that uses sensory information obtained…
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chapter 28 rehab
communication
phonology
lexicon
syntactical
encompasses behavior including speech
study of sounds
vocabulary
grammar
communication
encompasses behavior including speech
phonology
study of sounds
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chapter 7 rehab
reliability
validity
kinematic
FAP-functional ambulation profile
measuring instrument or a method of analysis vational gait an…
degree that a measurement reflects what it is supposed to mea…
movement bass on forces and mass
examine gait skills on a continuum from standing balance in p…
reliability
measuring instrument or a method of analysis vational gait an…
validity
degree that a measurement reflects what it is supposed to mea…
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Glenn Rehab Careers List 12
amb
as tol
AD
AS
ambulate, walk
as tolerated
right ear
left ear
amb
ambulate, walk
as tol
as tolerated
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Chapter 1 Aural Rehab.
Aural Rehabilitation Definition
Audiologic Habilitation
Audiologic Rehabilitation
Competent providers of AR services know:
Professional processes performed in collaboration with a clie…
Remediation for children having a hearing loss at birth
Restore a lost state or function
1) characteristics of hearing impaired 2) effect of HL on peo…
Aural Rehabilitation Definition
Professional processes performed in collaboration with a clie…
Audiologic Habilitation
Remediation for children having a hearing loss at birth
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Rehab Definitions chapter 33
Ischemic stroke
Thrombosis
Embolism
Hemorrhagic strokes
From blockage of a cerbral vessel and can further be categori…
Stenosis or occlusion of a vessel
Dislodged platelets, cholesterol, or other material that form…
From a rupture of a weakened cerebral blood vessel. Either in…
Ischemic stroke
From blockage of a cerbral vessel and can further be categori…
Thrombosis
Stenosis or occlusion of a vessel
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Chapter 1: rehab considerations
Rehabilitation team
SAID principle
Indications of having applied too much…
comprehensive rehabilitation must exam…
AT... athlete... physician ... coaches... strength and conditioning speci…
specific adaptions to imposed demands- ability of the body to…
pain, swelling, loss or plateau in strength or ROM, increased…
muscle imbalances, myofascial adhesions, altered arthorkinema…
Rehabilitation team
AT... athlete... physician ... coaches... strength and conditioning speci…
SAID principle
specific adaptions to imposed demands- ability of the body to…
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Chapter 14 - Rehab Ankle & Foot
How many bones make up foot and ankle?
How many articulations in foot and ank…
Upper Functional Unit
Lower Functional Unit
28
29
- Talus... - Lower Leg
- Calcaneus... - Rest of foot
How many bones make up foot and ankle?
28
How many articulations in foot and ank…
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Aural Rehab Session 12
How can properly fitted and used ampli…
Factors that affect successful hearing…
Adaptability
Describe independent older adults in r…
-improved hearing acuity... -enhanced communication and interact…
-CNS involvement... -speaking habits of sig. others... -listening e…
Executions about HA; willingness to try something new
-easiest to work with... -most successful with HA use and improv…
How can properly fitted and used ampli…
-improved hearing acuity... -enhanced communication and interact…
Factors that affect successful hearing…
-CNS involvement... -speaking habits of sig. others... -listening e…
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Chapter 15 - Rehab Tibiofemoral Joint
What is the largest joint in the body?
What bone(s) are convex in the tibiofe…
What bone(s) are concave in the tibiof…
8 Ligaments add to knee support
Tibiofemoral jt.
Femur
Tibia
ACL, PCL, MCL, LCL, Oblique popliteal, Arcuate, Patellar, Men…
What is the largest joint in the body?
Tibiofemoral jt.
What bone(s) are convex in the tibiofe…
Femur
Rehab Chapters
How long does treatment last?
What improves after rehab?
What to include in a physical exam?
How to advance exercises?
4-12 weeks
CDP... Dizziness... Fear of Falling... Balance Confidence... Self-efficac…
strength... range of motion... sensation... lower extremity weakness... A…
start sitting, and advance to standing and then in difficult…
How long does treatment last?
4-12 weeks
What improves after rehab?
CDP... Dizziness... Fear of Falling... Balance Confidence... Self-efficac…
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Aural Rehab Chapter 6
lipreading
speechreading
functional magnetic resonance imaging…
auditory cortex
the process of recognizing speech using only the visual speec…
speech recognition using both auditory and visual cues (speak…
imaging technology used to study the activity of the brain; t…
the region of the brain that is responsible for processing au…
lipreading
the process of recognizing speech using only the visual speec…
speechreading
speech recognition using both auditory and visual cues (speak…
48 terms
Aural Rehab Chapter 13
Family Centered Approach
Universal newborn Hearing Screening (U…
newborn nursery
Early hearing Detection and Interventi…
intervention approach that places the family as being central…
application of rapid and simple audiological tests, typically…
well baby nursery. Hospital unit designed to provide care for…
provides federal funds for states to develop infant hearing s…
Family Centered Approach
intervention approach that places the family as being central…
Universal newborn Hearing Screening (U…
application of rapid and simple audiological tests, typically…
36 terms
Aural Rehab Chapter 2
Prevalence
Patient-centered orientation
Biomedical orientation
Sales orientation
The percentage of a population that experiences a particular…
Focuses on providing care that is respectful of and responsiv…
Focuses on the organs and mechanisms of hearing rather than t…
Emphasizes persuading the patient to pursue and procure servi…
Prevalence
The percentage of a population that experiences a particular…
Patient-centered orientation
Focuses on providing care that is respectful of and responsiv…
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Aural Rehab Chapter 11
Aural rehabilitation plan categories
Immitance
Significance
Expectation
1. Assessment... 2. Information counseling... 3. Development of a p…
Refers to the energy flow through the middle ear, and include…
Reflects how relevant a specific hearing related difficulty o…
The patient's attitude about the benefit that will be provide…
Aural rehabilitation plan categories
1. Assessment... 2. Information counseling... 3. Development of a p…
Immitance
Refers to the energy flow through the middle ear, and include…
24 terms
Rehab 227 - Chapter 10
Musculoskeletal Disorders
OI
Brittle bone - blue schlera
Causes / prevalence of OI
Osteogenesis Imperfecta and Arthrogryposis
a hereditary condition in which the bones do not grow normall…
another name for osteogenesis imperfecta; excessive bone frag…
unknown; the condition is "often from little or no apparent c…
Musculoskeletal Disorders
Osteogenesis Imperfecta and Arthrogryposis
OI
a hereditary condition in which the bones do not grow normall…
70 terms
Aural Rehab Chapter 1
Aural Rehabilitation
Aural
Conversation Fluency
Hearing-Related Disability
Intervention aimed at minimizing and alleviating the communic…
Of or pertaining to the ear or to the sense of hearing.
Relates to how smoothly conversation unfold
Is a loss of function imposed by hearing loss. The term denot…
Aural Rehabilitation
Intervention aimed at minimizing and alleviating the communic…
Aural
Of or pertaining to the ear or to the sense of hearing.
59 terms
Aural Rehab Chapter 1
Aural rehabilitation
Goal of aural rehab
Factors that influence aural rehab
Quality of Life
Intervention aimed at minimizing and alleviating the communic…
1. Conversational fluency (ease of communication)... 2. Decrease…
1. Environmental (work/school/family)... 2. Personal (age, lifes…
We want the patient to hear better, but also be successful ed…
Aural rehabilitation
Intervention aimed at minimizing and alleviating the communic…
Goal of aural rehab
1. Conversational fluency (ease of communication)... 2. Decrease…
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Aural Rehab Chapter 16
Sound awareness
Sound discrimination
Pattern perception
Identification
The most basic auditory skill level, and is an awareness of w…
A basic auditory skill level in which the listener is able to…
The kind of discrimination that requires a listener to distin…
A basic auditory skill level in which the listener is able to…
Sound awareness
The most basic auditory skill level, and is an awareness of w…
Sound discrimination
A basic auditory skill level in which the listener is able to…
25 terms
Aural Rehab Chapter 15
Individualized Education Plan (IEP)
Goal
Objective
Multidisciplinary team
A team-developed, written plan that identifies goals and obje…
Desired aim or outcome.
A measurable results expected within a particular time period…
A group of professionals with different expertise who contrib…
Individualized Education Plan (IEP)
A team-developed, written plan that identifies goals and obje…
Goal
Desired aim or outcome.
45 terms
Aural Rehab Chapter 3
Frequency
Octave
Pitch
Dynamic Range
The number of regularly repeated events in a given unit of ti…
The interval between two frequencies having a 2 to 1 ratio.
A perceptual phenomenon that allows the ordering of sounds al…
The difference in dB between a person's threshold for just be…
Frequency
The number of regularly repeated events in a given unit of ti…
Octave
The interval between two frequencies having a 2 to 1 ratio.
25 terms
Aural Rehab Chapter 2
patient-centered orientation
biomedical orientation
sales orientation
life stages
focuses on providing care that is respectful of and responsiv…
focuses on the organs and mechanisms of hearing rather than t…
emphasizes persuading the patient to pursue and procure servi…
age ranges in which a hearing loss may have a different impact
patient-centered orientation
focuses on providing care that is respectful of and responsiv…
biomedical orientation
focuses on the organs and mechanisms of hearing rather than t…
20 terms
Aural Rehab Chapter 5
Analytic training
Synthetic training
Noise-induced hearing loss
Noise notch
Emphasizes the recognition of individual speech sounds or syl…
Emphasizes the understanding of meaning and not necessarily t…
A permanent sensorineural hearing loss caused by exposure to…
Refers to the characteristic dip in hearing sensitivity at ar…
Analytic training
Emphasizes the recognition of individual speech sounds or syl…
Synthetic training
Emphasizes the understanding of meaning and not necessarily t…
20 terms
Aural Rehab Chapter 8
Sociolinguistics
Mean length turn ratio (MLT ratio)
Mean length (speaking) turn (MLT)
Conversational turn
Scientist who belong to a branch of linguistics that studies…
The rate of the average length of speaking turns spoken by tw…
Computed by determining the average number of words spoken du…
The period during which a participant delivers a contribution…
Sociolinguistics
Scientist who belong to a branch of linguistics that studies…
Mean length turn ratio (MLT ratio)
The rate of the average length of speaking turns spoken by tw…
40 terms
Aural Rehab Chapter 7
Communication strategy
Communication strategies training
Keying
Emblematic
A course of action taken to enhance communication.
Instruction provided to persons with hearing loss or to commu…
Occurs when a talker's tone of voice, cadence, lexical emphas…
Culturally specific gestures. (e.g., the "V" gesture might sy…
Communication strategy
A course of action taken to enhance communication.
Communication strategies training
Instruction provided to persons with hearing loss or to commu…
41 terms
Aural Rehab Chapter 3
speech recognition
speech recognition testing
hearing screening
octave
the ability to perceive a spoken message and make decisions a…
performed in order to determine how well an individual can re…
presents a rapid ad truncated audiological assessment to a la…
the interval between two frequencies having a 2 to 1 ratio
speech recognition
the ability to perceive a spoken message and make decisions a…
speech recognition testing
performed in order to determine how well an individual can re…
26 terms
Rehab 227 - Chapter 13
What is Muscular Dystrophy
4 main criteria of MD
Who identified MD and when
Lack of what
group of heterogeneous (degenerative), fatal conditions which…
1. primarily muscle disease... 2. genetic base disease... 3. progre…
1860's by Gallaume Duchenne
lack of dystrophin, which is a protein in the muscle cell's m…
What is Muscular Dystrophy
group of heterogeneous (degenerative), fatal conditions which…
4 main criteria of MD
1. primarily muscle disease... 2. genetic base disease... 3. progre…
23 terms
chapter 6 rehab part 1
motor control
coordination
agility
dexterity
ability of the central nervous system to produce purposeful m…
ability to produce smooth, accurate and controlled motion
smooth, fast, rapid changes in motion
skillful use of movement
motor control
ability of the central nervous system to produce purposeful m…
coordination
ability to produce smooth, accurate and controlled motion
70 terms
Aural Rehab Chapter 1
Aural Rehabilitation
Aural
Conversation Fluency
Hearing-Related Disability
Intervention aimed at minimizing and alleviating the communic…
Of or pertaining to the ear or to the sense of hearing.
Relates to how smoothly conversation unfold
Is a loss of function imposed by hearing loss. The term denot…
Aural Rehabilitation
Intervention aimed at minimizing and alleviating the communic…
Aural
Of or pertaining to the ear or to the sense of hearing.
50 terms
Aural Rehab Chapter 13
Family-centered approach
Universal newborn hearing screening (U…
Newborn nursery
Early Hearing Detection and Interventi…
An intervention approach that places the family as being cent…
The application of rapid and simple audiological tests, typic…
Also called the well-baby nursery, is a hospital unit designe…
Provides federal funds for states to develop infant hearing s…
Family-centered approach
An intervention approach that places the family as being cent…
Universal newborn hearing screening (U…
The application of rapid and simple audiological tests, typic…
105 terms
REHAB UNIT 12 & 13
MVA... VIOLENCE... FALLS... SPORTS... OTHER
>45
MS... ALS... GBS
SPINA BIFIDA
5 MAIN CAUSES OF SPINAL CORD INJURY DUE TO TRAUMA
AGE WHEN RISK OF SPINAL CORD INJURY DUE TO FALLS IS INCREASED
3 DISEASES THAT THAT CAN LEAD TO SPINAL CORD INJURIES
CONGENITAL CONDITION THAT CAN LEAD TO SPINAL CORD INJURY?
MVA... VIOLENCE... FALLS... SPORTS... OTHER
5 MAIN CAUSES OF SPINAL CORD INJURY DUE TO TRAUMA
>45
AGE WHEN RISK OF SPINAL CORD INJURY DUE TO FALLS IS INCREASED
32 terms
Aural Rehab Chapter 14
Free and appropriate public education…
Least restrictive environment (LRE)
Individuals with Disabilities Educatio…
Part C
Refers to federal funding provided for the education of child…
A basic principle of IDEA that requires public agencies to es…
Provide for specialized instruction for individuals who have…
Public Law PL 108-446 refers to early-intervention services t…
Free and appropriate public education…
Refers to federal funding provided for the education of child…
Least restrictive environment (LRE)
A basic principle of IDEA that requires public agencies to es…
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