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mental health quiz 2

developmental stages focus interventions

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Infancy and early childhood (birth to 5) sensory motor or sensory integrative tx approaches; psychoanalytical methods; behaviorally oriented approach to develop self-care skills; building a trusting relationship and modifying the environment to enable success
Later childhood (6-12) sensory integration; behavioral; psychoanalytical; and environmental approaches; progressive relaxation and stress management techniques; computer games
Adolescence ADL training; incorporate current fashions and technologies into treatment activities; sex education and birth control
Early adulthood vocat assess and work adjust; time management leisure planning; modification of habits and beliefs related to eating and food; education in nutrition and cooking; sensorimoto r& activities to develop positive body image;ADLs;school; crisis intervention
Middle adulthood crisis intervention; conflict resolution; environmental adaptations and supports; reality orientation; sensory stimulation; physical activities; memory training
Late adulthood and aging environmental adaptors; leisure counseling; reality orientation, re-motivation, or reminiscing techniques; life review activities; crafts, games, puzzles; simple group and self-care activities; sensory stimulation; physical activities
Created by: Melanie J. Shanks Melanie J. Shanks on 2011-08-04



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