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OTA Thera Media

thera media quiz 1

Father of OT Dr. William Rush Dunton Jr.
First training for human relations group (T-groups) Kurt Luwin
F.O.R for analyzing task Cognitive Disabilities Model/ Perceptual FOR “just right challenge”
Biomechanical Model ROM, strength, endurance
Purposeful activity goal directed use of time, attention, and energy (meaningful to pt. & OTP)
Therapeutic potential Where is therapy best performed
Purpose of projective media group increase self-awareness & promote self-understanding to encourage interpersonal change.
Neuroscientific chemical or structural problems. Repetitive Model to learn new skills
F.O.R. for pt. values MOHO
Occupation Adaptation Model Learn to adapt to life changes by changes in projects and materials.
Rehabilitation Model Team approach with continued challenge
Founded on general systems theory MOHO?
Who uses sensory integration Pediatrics
Groups Ross, Mosey, Azimas, Kaplans, Fidler
Ross integrative group/ Sensory Integration. neurophysiology.
Mosey developmental group/ stage by stage repeating
Group an aggregate of people who share a common purpose which can be attained only by group m
Azimas projective media group /occupation based
Kaplans Directive Group model 1.reality, 2. Intro., 3. Warm-up, 4. Activity, 5.Summary.
Sensory Integration Mildred Ross’s 5 steps (intro, repetitive movement activity, visual motor activity, cognitive integration, reinforce accomplishments with closing techniques.
Integrative group model Mildred Ross
Luins groups T-Groups (first training for human relations group)
Gail Fidlers task oriented groups model emphasis on the process of completing a task.
Who designed cognitive disabilities group model Claudia Allen
Fidler task-orientated group model
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