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Chapter 6

Assisting PT with special needs

QuestionAnswer
ADA STANDARDS FOR ACCESSIBLE DESIGN Mandates cunstruction companies to design buildings that are accessible to all persons , including those who have dexterity and limited mobility problems
SIGHTED GUIDE ASSISTANCE Sighted individual who gives a blind individual assistance in walking
PRELINGUAL Pt who became deaf before she stared talking
POSTLINGUAL PT who became deaf after she stared talking
MENTALLY CHALLENGED Brian functions at a subnormal intellectual level
MENTALLY IMPAIREMENT conditions or illness which impairs the mind's ability to process in a ' normal' Fashion
MENTAL ILLNESS Disorders that disrupts a persons ability to think, feel, and relate to others
MENTAL HEALTH How people look at themselves, their lives,and the other people in their lives; evaluate their challenges and problems;and explore choices
LIMITED ENGLISH PROFICIENCY ( LEP) English is not the primary language and the individual has a difficult time reading , speaking , or comprehending English
GUIDE DOGS Dogs specially trained to guide their visually impaired or blind owners
CIVIL RIGHTS ACT prohibits discrimination against someone because of , race,color,sex, national origin or religion
AUXILIARY SERVICES aids that will help to ensure effective communication when working with deaf PT's
THE AVERAGE LIFE EXPECTANCY IN 2015 WAS ? 79 years
WHAT IS THE NAME THAT MOST SENIORS PREFER TO BE ADDRESSED AS ? Mr or mrs
WHAT COLOR LEASE WOULD A SIGNAL DOG BE WEARING? Orange
ALL GESTURES DO NOT MEAN THE SAME THING TO ALL CULTURES WHAT GESTURE WOULD BE CONSIDERED ACCEPTABLE BY MOST PEOPLE ? Warm smile
WHO WOULD BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ARRANGING FOR AN INTERPRETER DURING AN OFFICE VISIT FOR AN (LEP) PT ? The providers office
WHEN ASSISTING BLIND PT. ,ALL WOULD BE CORRECT EXCEPT ? Move the Pt's belongings without their knowledge
WHEN WORKING WITH AN INTERPRETER,THE CORRECT ROOM ARRANGEMENT WOULD BE ? Set up room in a triangular pattern
SPEECH READING IS ALSO KNOWN AS Reading lips
WHAT IS PARAMOUNT IN THE EYES OF MOST SENIORS ? Professional behavior
IMPAIREMENT THAT RESTRICTS OR PREVENTS NORMAL FUCTIONING OF A PARTICULAR LIMB OR GROUP OF LIMBS WOULD BE TERMED AS ? Physical disability
ADA Americans with disabilities act
ADAAA Americans with disabilities amendment act
ADL activities of daily living
ASL American Sign Language
CASE Conceptually accurate signed English
SEE Signed exact English
LEP Limited English proficiency
TTY Teller type writer
TRS Telecommunications relay services
TDD Telecommunications device for the deaf
WHAT IS THE MOST COMMON SIGN LANGUAGE USED IN THE US AND CANADA ALS. ( American Sign Language)
LIST 3 TIPS THAT CAN BE USED WHEN PROFORMING INVASIVE PROCEDURES ON A PEDIATRIC PT Never lie to the child/ Keep the needle out of view / Involve parents
WHAT ARE THE PROPER STEPS FOR PROVIDING SIGHTED GUIDE ASSISTANCE TO A BLIND PERSON ? Ask if they want assistance/ Do not move there belongings / Tell them what you are going to do if they want assistance/ Be as detailed as possible when guiding the PT ( watch ur step - turn to the left or right - or stairs up or down and how many
WHY MIGHT A SENIOR ADULT MAKE A STATEMENT LIKE " you are so rough!) They skin is more sensitive
WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT ( ADA) and AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT AMENDMENTS ACT ( ADAAA) ADA - to help people who have disabilities ADAAA - legal design expansion of buildings accordingly for disabled people (Also expands to mental disability ) Both ADA & ADAAA ARE LEGAL
WHERE WOULD BRAILLE PLATES FOR IDENTIFICATION PURPOSES BE FOUND ? Bathrooms Elevators Exam rooms
WHY IS IT BETTER TO USE A PROFESSIONAL INTERPRETER OPPOSED TO A FAMILY MEMBER ? They know the medical terminology
Auxiliary AIDS for the hearing impaired and the deaf pt. ARE ? TDD - TELECOMMUNICATIONS DEVICE FOR THE DEAF TTY - teletypewriter VRS - video relay service And closed - open captions
HOW SHOULD A MEDICAL ASSISTANT NAVIGATE A VISION IMPAIRED PT UP THE STAIRS Have them hold you elbow ......tell them up or down..... How many steps...... Be on the step ahead of them
LIST 3 EXAMPLES OF 'ACCESSIBLE DESIGN FEATURES THAT ACCOMMODATE PT WITH DISABILITIES Wider doors ..... Ramps .... Lower counters and sinks
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