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Mental Health Evals

Mental Health Evaluations test 1

KELS Kohlman Evaluation of Living Skills
KELS is designed for use with what population? Short term in-patient or geriatric
What is the testing format for KELS interview questions and task completion
how long to administer KELS 30-45 minutes
how many living skills are tested in how many areas with KELS 17,5
What are the five areas tested in KELS self-care, safety & health, money management, transportation and telephone, work and leisure
Designed for use with patients who display memory loss, confusion and/or orientation deficits mini-mental state examination
what is the format of the mini-mental state examination interview questions and task completion
how many test behaviors are presented to the patient in the mini-mental state examination 30
what are the 5 skill areas evaluated with the mini-mental state examination orientation, registration, recall, attention and calculation, language
MEDLS Milwaukee Evaluation of Daily Living Skills
With what population can you use MEDLS chronic mental health
What do the assessments consist of when using MEDLS patient performing or simulating performance of skills
how many subtests are available in MEDLS 20
what type of skills does MEDLS assess? basic living skills only
CEBLS comprehensive evaluation of basic living skills
with what population should you use CEBLS chronic mental health patients
what 3 areas are evaluated with CEBLS personal care and hygiene, practical skills, written evaluation
CEBLS can take up to __ hours to administer. 8
Role check list can be used with what population? diverse (adolescent, adult, geriatric)
Role check list consists of___? a 2 part written inventory to identify past, present and future roles...and the degree to which they are valued by the patient
What was the Roles check list modeled after? MOHO (model of human occupation)
COTE scale Comprehensive Occupational Therapy Evaluation
COTE scale is designed for use with what population and in what setting? adolescent and adult population, acute setting
what else can the COTE scale be used for? to record progress of patient
how many behavior performances are in the COTE scale? 25
what is the COTE grading scale from good to poor 0-4 (0 is normal function and 4 is severe defecit)
what relevant Ot behaviors are identified in the COTE scale? General behavior, interpersonal behavior, task behavior
Geriatric Depression Scale is used as a screening tool for what? depression
what is the format of the Geriatric Depression Scale? simple yes/no questions
when using the Geriatric Depression Scale, a score of ___ or more indicates probable depression. 5
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