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mental health quiz1


OTPs work with pts, clients, and families
OTPs help troubled individuals, families, and communities learn new skills, maintain successful habits and routines, explore their feelings and interests, and control their own lives and destinies
Mental disorder behavioral or psychological syndrome that causes significant distress in important areas of functioning
Psychological syndrome is manifestation of behavioral, psychological or biological dysfunction
Medical disorders can lead to mental disorders
OTs primary treatment tool purposeful activity
Every person is born with the drive to act on the environment, change things, produce things to work, use hands and mind
Occupation is anything one does to occupy themselves
Mary Reilly stated in 1961 “that man, through the use of his hands as they are energized by mind and will, can influence the state of his own health”
1920s treated WWI veterans
1930s ECT, pre-frontal lobotomies, and shock TX was common
1940s lack of scientific foundation almost extinct OT
1950s explored unconscious needs and drives, discovered tranquilizers, pharmacology
1960s-1970s deinstitutionalization, community mental health agencies, behavioral therapy, what pt did or produced, Jean Ayers, Lorna Jean King, sensory integration
1980s MOHO, volition, habitation, and performance
2000 framework came out
Role delineation projects conducted by the AOTA to outline precisely the roles of entry level OTAs and OTs
Created by: mejasha
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