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Therapists often vary their approach when educating patients of various ages and ability.
Teaching Guidelines Infants/Children---Therapists should try to make therapy sessions with infants/children interactive.
Teaching Guidelines Infants/Children---Sessions should include structured play and should be of relatively short duration.
Teaching Guidelines Infants/Children---Frequent breaks and positive reinforcement will serve to increase the patientʼs level of participation.
Teaching Guidelines Adolescents--Therapists should try to assume the role of an advocate when working with adolescents.
Teaching Guidelines Adolescents--It is important for therapists to establish patientsʼ trust and incorporate patient goals into the plan of care.
Teaching Guidelines Adolescents--Adolescents prefer to be treated like adults and may resent the presence of parents during therapy sessions.
Teaching Guidelines Adolescents--Therapists should provide patients with clear and concise instructions and offer frequent positive reinforcement.
Teaching Guidelines Adults--Therapists should involve adults in determining education outcomes.
Teaching Guidelines Adults--The education program should be compatible with the patientʼs daily routine and goals.
Teaching Guidelines Adults--Emphasizing the relevance of educational activities will serve to increase patient compliance.
Teaching Guidelines Adults--Therapists should be aware of the available patient support system and identify any barriers to progress.
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