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Intro to Occupational therapy midterm

Routines patterns of behavior
Habits Automatic behavior
Roles Behavior that is expected by society.
Rituals Symbolic actions
Revoked Loses certification permenatly
Suspension Loss of certification for a certain period of time.
Probation Certain restrictions on the practioner.
Censured Formal written expression of dissapproval; announced publicly.
Reprimand Written expression of dissapproval
Disciplinary actions Reprimand, censured, probation, suspention, and revocation.
Client factors values, beliefs and spirituallity. Body function- rom, joint mobility Body Structures- liver, kidney, hand
Grading to make a task easier or harder.
Performance patterns Routines, ritual, roles and habits. The way we carry out a task.
Performace skills what is takes to complete a task. congnitive, sensory, motor and praxis, communication.
Theraputic use of self Being able to control what one communicates. Unselfish use of ones self.
Order of the treatment process refferal, screening, evaluation, treatment plan, treatment implentation, and discharge.
Intervention Approaches Create, estabish, modify and prevent.
Fidelity Maintain confidentiality with colleges
Occupation based Dressing because the pt need to work on dressing.
Prepratory methods Preparing to complete a different task. working on strengthening to be able to grasp their pants.
Purposeful activity Simulating a task. opening a jar/reaching.
Created by: Britni