Glossary of Treatment Intervention
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- What are the 3 subsystems of treatment (strategies) for intervention
- 1- Techniques
3- Therapeutic approaches or teaching methods
- What do techniques include?
- Normal performanc
Adapted- change perf method
Environment- when 1st 2 fail, make permanent arrangements
- Why are the therapeutic approaches or teaching methods used?
- Because OT must know different methods to teach same task.
- What are the teaching methods?
- * Demonstration
* Exploration and Discovery
* Explanation & discussion
* Role playing and simulation
* Problem solving
* Audio-visual aids
* Repetition and practice
* Behavioral Mgmnt
* Patient education
- What are the steps involved in problem solving?
- 1) Identify/Define the problem as yours in reality terms.
2)Brainstorm: write down ideas, even if one doesn't make sense
3- Choose the best solution
then look at the consequences for each solution. Continue looking at consequences for negatives
4- Impliment: If problem solved (you get positive reinf and should give self reinforcement) If not solved go back to step #1
- Educational Model: What are the steps for Blooms' taxonomy of learning
- 1- knowledge: info to be learned
2- comprehension: understand, not just memorize
3- application: demonstration of knowledge in rote way
4- analysis:disect activity into steps
5- Synthesis (re-create, put together)
6- evaluation: look at new pieces of info; determine significance.
- Group therapy: what are the 3 levels?
- 1- Parallel level
2- Project group
3- Egocentric-cooperative level
- When is the parallel level group used?
- usually the 1st group the pt is involved in.
Pt is not expected to interact-only tolerate the presence of others.
Focus is in performing the task in presence of others
- What is typical in project group therapy?
- Pt participates along with the others in completing one project. The project is broken down and the members take a piece to work on
- What is typical in egocentric-cooperative group therapy?
- The person is aware of the whole project but participates by inputting her/his particular skills. It's more of a WIIFM attitude
- What are the modality groups available?
- * functional activities
* self-care activities
* work-related activities
* leisure activities
* homemaking activities
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