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tooling making a design on a sheet of metal foil
gauge the thicker the foil, the lower the number
chasing working with metal from the front
copper most commonly used metal in OT
precautions sharp edges, use of tools, steel wool can cause splinters, chemical compounds may pose respiritory or skin hazards, noise and odors
tooling is appropriate for mania because inherent restrictions provide control. The resistance of copper can provide an acceptable outlet for excess energy
Appropriate for clts with schizophrenia structure and well defined limits, little concentration needed
increase wrist, hand and figer ROM squeezing, pushing, pinching, rolling smoothing and manipulating
clay is a natural medium for peds... Children play in their food or make mup pies they wat they handle clay. Clay allows unstructured exploration of materials
contraindictions arthritic conditions due to potential joint damage, open wounds that may come in contact with clay, or incompletly healed wound may not tolerate stresses placed on it during kneading or molding process
needlework project for teenage girls embellishing clothing with beads, sequins, fur, feathers or working collaboratively in group to create a flag or quilt that displays a common theme
most practical use for sewing in OT simple hand sewing, basic use of sewing machine
grading for VI lights, magnifiers, brightly colored material
latchhook modern adaptatin of rug making called knotting
social implications for cooking who serves whom, who eats with whom, which utensils and furniture, special preparation techniques
group cooking opportunity to explore underlyng reasons such as family dysfunction or early abuse
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