Pediatric Skills for Occupational Therapy 3rd Edition Solomon OBrien Test Bank
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Solomon: Pediatric Skills for Occupational Therapy Assistants, 3rd Edition
Chapter 10: The Occupational Therapy Process
- For what may the Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant (COTA) be responsible?
- Administering specific assessments to clients selected by the registered occupational therapist
- Developing the intervention plan with collaboration from the registered occupational therapist
- Interpreting assessment findings
- Selecting assessment tools that are used during the evaluation
- Which statement best describes legitimate tools of occupational therapy (OT) practice?
- Instruments or tools that a profession uses to bring about change
- Tools that remain constant over time
- Tools commonly found in an occupational therapy clinic
- Instruments commonly used to evaluate clients
- Which statement best describes purposeful activity?
- A person involved in purposeful activities is more concerned with the process required to complete the activity.
- Purposeful activities are prescribed based on analysis of their inherent characteristics.
- Purposeful activity requires active participation from the client.
- Purposeful activities are deemed by the OT practitioner to be critically important to skill development.
- Carrie is 5 years old and unable to dress herself. Her mother must put on her clothes completely, although Carrie is able to select the clothing by nodding to make a choice. What type of performance is this?
- Assisted performance
- Dependent performance
- Functional independence
- Supervised performance
- Which statement refers to therapeutic use of self?
- The practitioner’s ability to work with a variety of clients
- The practitioner’s ability to be aware of his/her own feelings and use this awareness to skillfully communicate with both the client and the client’s family
- The practitioner’s ability to interact with the client
- The practitioner’s ability to develop an appropriate intervention plan for the client
- Which of the following statements is true about long-term goals?
- They do not need to be behavioral.
- They need to be measurable but not behavioral.
- They are the building blocks for OT intervention.
- They are the expected outcomes of OT intervention.
- Which of the following statements is not true about short-term objectives?
- They are all the things the client needs to be able to do to meet long-term goals.
- They are the statements that describe the terminal functional skills the clients should achieve after intervention.
- They are interim steps that are used to reach long-term goals.
- They describe skills that should be mastered in a relatively short time period.
- To what does the term intervention refer?
- Therapy sessions to facilitate goals
- Progress reports, billing records, client profile
- The evaluation, treatment plan, intervention, and discharge plan
- The plan of care
- Who is responsible for discharge planning?
- The registered occupational therapist
- The COTA
- The parent or caregiver
- The client
- When are universal precautions taken?
- The client appears to be infectious.
- The practitioner suspects the client is HIV positive.
- Universal precautions are taken when working with any client.
- The practitioner confirms that the potential for infection is real.
- Which statement reflects the meaning of activity analysis?
- The process of determining the characteristics of an activity for use with a client
- The ability to grade and adapt an activity for intervention to meet a client’s needs
- The process of interacting with clients to allow them to succeed
- The ability of the OT practitioner to communicate with the child and family
- Which statement best represents a top-down approach toward intervention?
- Haley will bring both hands together during play.
- Haley will pick up a Cheerio with a neat pincer grasp.
- Haley will play with a variety of toys using two hands.
- Haley will stack four cubes using both hands.
- Which frame of reference is described when the practitioner identifies the level of motor skill a child is achieving and works to help the child accomplish the next step in the sequence?
- Motor control
- Sensory integration
- Which frame of reference views the child in terms of volition, habits and roles, performance, and environment?
- Model of Human Occupation
- Intentional Relationship Model
- Which frame of reference targets the child’s range of motion, strength, and endurance for occupations?
- Motor control
- Sensory integration