Chapter 15 part 2
What are the 2 main classifications of orthoses?
Which type of orthoses has no moving components?
Which type of orthoses has one or more flexible components that move?
What type of orthoses is used to
Fundamentals of OT part 2
Who discovered that OT practitioners used 3 distinct strategies, or
tracks, for clinical reasoning?
What is a strategy used by the OT when he or she focuses on the clien
Chapter 12 Notes part 3
OT's can place more confidence in instruments that have high _ and
validity and reliability
_ test is one that has gone through a rigorous process of scientific
inquiry to determine its reliability and validity. OT follow set
Chapter 15 part 1
What are the 4 categories of intervention modalities according to the
1. therapeutic use of self
2. therapeutic use of occupations and activities
3. consultation process
4. education process
therapeutic use of occupations a
Chapter 12 Notes part 1
Involves the interaction between the practitioner and the client.
Occupational therapy process
The occupational therapy process focuses on
occupation and the client as an occupational being. The relationship between
Chapter 12 Notes part 2
Occupational Performance Analysis
involves analyzing all apsects of occupation to determine the client factors,
patterns, contexts, skills, and behaviors required to be successful
Once the practitioner has thoroughly analyzed the _
Chapter 6 part 1
organized and operated by its members for its members. It exists to protect
and promote the profession it represents.
A professional association exists to protect and promote the profession it
Chapter 6 part 2
Standards for OT and OTA educational programs are developed and
reviewed on a regular basis by the association's
Accrediation Council for Occupational Therapy Education (ACOTE)
What are the four divisions of the national office staff of A
Chapter 3 Notes
Set of values, beliefs, truths and principles that guide the practitioner's
Defines the nature of the profession, guides the actions of practitioners, and
supports the profession's domain
Fundamentals of OT part 1
What is the thought process that therapists use to evaluate clients and
design and carry out intervention?
What does clinical reasoning involve?
Complex cognitive and affective skills, that is, it involves both