INTRODUCTION TO OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY

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2 3. Analyze the theory, models of practice, and frames of reference that underlie the practice of Occupational Therapy. (B.3.1, B.3.2, B.6.1) 4. Describe the role of the occupational therapy assistant in care coordination, case management, and transition services in traditional and emerging practice environments. (B.5.27, B.9.7, B.9.12) 5. Detect the therapeutic use of self in occupational therapy treatment situations. (B.5.7) 6. Examine treatment approaches and the range of treatments provided by occupational therapy. 7. Compare how occupational activity and purposeful activity are different. 8. Explore entry-level responsibilities of the OTA, including supervisory requirements and appropriate OT/OTA relationships. (B.9.4, B.9.8) 9. Examine the occupational therapy process at each step. 10. Differentiate between standardized and non-standardized, structured and unstructured, formal and informal assessment. 11. Investigate possible adaptive activities and/or techniques to specific needs in order to promote occupational performance with the Occupational Therapy Practice Framework (OTPF). (B.2.2, B.5.8) 12. Demonstrate an understanding of the impact ethnic, cultural, and socio-economic factors have on occupation, the individual’s occupational r oles, and performances. 13. Incorporate the ability to analyze activity for meaning and relevance to an individual in the selection of activities. 14. Examine how a group develops and the factors that influence group process. 15. Incorporate professional language, attitudes, and behaviors in the classroom and lab setting. 16. Discriminate roles associated with various team members that provide services and refine methods of interaction so as to promote positive outcomes for clients. (B.5.21) 17. Defend the significance benefits to overall health and well-being of a balance lifestyle that includes all areas of occupation. (B.2.4) 18. Identify various methods for consumers to get needed services related to deficits in occupational performance. (B.9.12) Standard Number Standard Assessment Measure B.2.1 Articulate an understanding of the importance of the history and philosophical base of the profession of occupational therapy. Time line OT Philosophy art project B.2.2 Describe the meaning and dynamics of occupation and activity, including the interaction of areas of occupation, performance skills, performance patterns, activity demands, context(s) and environments, and client factors. Practice Framework worksheet B.2.3 Articulate to consumers, potential employers, colleagues, third-party payers, regulatory boards, policymakers, other audiences, and the general public both the unique nature of occupation as viewed by the profession of occupational therapy and the value of occupation support performance, participation, health, and well-being. Legislative Day in Frankfort OT Promotion day B.2.4 Articulate the importance of balancing areas of occupation with the achievement of health and wellness for the clients. Emerging Practice Poster B.3.1 Describe basic features of the theories that underlie the practice of occupational therapy. Chapter 14 review question B.3.2 Describe basic features of models of practice and frames of reference that are used in occupational therapy. Chapter 14 review question s

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