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MH Evaluations

OTA 211 exam II

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Evaluation to assess basic skills with task performance & interview. Orig for psych pts. used for LT care, MR, organic brain syndrome, geriatric. Takes 30-45 min. Score < 5.5 means I living OK. KELS
Chronically mentally ill & rehab ct assessment for basic & complex activities. More detailed than KELS, MEDLS
Assessment for adults in psych settings. checklist with grids & numeric scores. must observe pt doing activity. can compare one session to next COTE
Classifies & describes interests by intensity, types & ability to express personal preference NPI Checklist
Semi-structured self report to collect key info on components of Model of Human Occupation (MOHO). Areas: personal causation, interests, roles, habits, skills OCAIRS
Measures cognitive functioning with leather lacing - capacity to use mental energy & guide speech & motor performance ACL
Brief non-standard screen to help ID cts who may need further evals in cognition MMSE
A standardized assessment to determine pts ability to participate in goal-directed activity & to demonstrate appropriate behaviors. 45-60 min. 2 sections, Task oriented scores 1-4 BAFPE
Standardized battery of behavioral & performance skills. Ids memory impairments in everyday activity. 11 items to put in sequence. Takes less than 30 min. RBMT
Assesses behaviors in young people: family, school, peer relationships, occupational choice & work ARA
Standardized test with Social Interaction Scale. Uses shells & design blocks. Measures through tasks and observation BaFPE
Screening assessment to detect early problems in children that may indicate current/potential difficulties PSC
Uses observation of task of making a tile trivet to assess motor, cognitive, psychological, social and sensory-motor skills Geriatric Occupational Therapy Assessment of Task Performance
Questionnaire with long and short forms (15,30 Q) screening tool to monitor depression over time in healthy, ill, mild to moderately cognitively impaired adults. Gives a baseline GDS
A schedule in which you track and fill in your activities over a one week period. Based on Maslow's Hierarchy Activity Configuration
What population is KELS designed for? long term care, MR, organic brain syndrome (dementia), geriatric, brain injured
How long does it take to administer KELS? 30-45 minutes
How many living skills are tested in how many areas with KELS? 17, 5
What are the 5 areas tested with KELS? Self-care, safety & health, money management, transportation, telephone, work and leisure
What test is designed for pts who display memory loss, confusion &/or orientation deficits? MMSE
What is the format of the mini-mental state examination? interview questions and task completion
What is the format of the KELS? interview questions and task completion
What are the 5 skill areas evaluated with the MMSE? orientation, registration, recall, attention & calculation, language
How many test behaviors are presented to the pt in the MMSE? 30
What population can use MEDLS for? chronically mentally ill, rehab clients
What do the assessments consist of when using MEDLS? Observation of patient performing or simulating performance of skills -
How many subtests are in the MEDLS? 20
What types of skills does the MEDLS assess? basic living skills only
What population is the COTE for? Adults in psychiatric settings
What is the format of the COTE? A checklist grid (lists 25 behaviors) with numerical scores for behaviors
What does the COTE measure? performance and behavior in observed tasks - over time
What is the format of the OCAIRS? Semi-structured self report/interview to get info on key parts of the Model of Human Occupation
What areas are covered in OCAIRS? personal causation, interests, roles, habits, skills
The BAFPE is for what population? adult psychiatric patients
How is the BAFPE formatted? Task oriented assessment, social interaction scale
What does the BAFPE task oriented assessment (TOA) look at? The ability of the indiv to act on their environments in goal directed ways
How long does the BAFPE take? 45 to 60 minutes
What is the scoring of the BAFPE? 1-4, with 1=markedly disfuctional and 4=almost always functional/appropriate
How is the BAFPE organized? 12 parameters over 3 components: Cognitive, Performance, Affective - motivation, frustration tolerance, self-confidence,
What are the 7 categories of the BAFPE SIS? Verbal communication, psychomotor behavior, socially appropriate behav, response to authority figure, independence/dependence, ability to work with others, partic in group
How long does the Rivermead Behavior Memory Test take? less than 30 minutes
Who is the pop for the RBMT? people acquired non-progressive brain injury, elderly - track changes over time
What are the 5 social situations assessed in the SIS of the BAFPE 1:1 interview, mealtime, unstructured group, structured group, structured oral (discussion) group
What behaviors are assessed in the ARA? Family, school, peer relationships, occupational choice, work
how is the ARA scored? (+) = normal role behavior (-) = serious role behavior
What is the MoCA? rapid screening tool for mild cognitive dysfunction
How long does the MOCA take to administer? 10 minutes
What does the MoCa include? Attention & concentration, executive functions, memory, language, visuoconstructional skills, conceptual thinking, caluculations, orientation,
How is the MoCA scored? 30 possible points. 26 and above is considered normal functioning.
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