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Perceptual Defic (2)

Functional Impairments

Body Scheme Difficulty dressing, unsafe transfers
Right-left discrimination Difficulty with dressing, transfers, mobility, following directions that include right/left
Body part identification Incorrect response to instructions to move a body part
Anosognosia Unsafe in functional activities
Unilateral neglect ADL's limited to one-half of body, transfers and mobility unsafe
Position in space Difficulty with mobility, following directions that include these terms
Spatial relations Unsafe transfers and mobility
Topographic orientation Unsafe mobility
Figure ground perception Unable to find objects in a cluttered drawing
Limb apraxia ADL's affected due to difficulty in using objects
Constructional apraxia ADL apraxia
Dressing apraxia Puts on clothing incorrectly
Created by: Grandolph1