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What does dynamic mean

Changing, evolving, involving

What is the logical order to service delivery

The OT process

3 components of OT process

Evaluation


Intervention


Outcomes

Evaluation process

Referral and screening


What they can/can't do

Intervention process

Intervention planning and implementation

Outcomes

Measuring outcomes


Comparing where they were to where they are

Why is OT process considered dynamic?

Because it's always changing and adjusting to each client

What is a referral

A request for services. Comes from physician, teachers, caregivers, etc

What is screening

Obtaining data to determine the need for evaluation and intervention

What is occupational profile

Gathering info on patients history


Functional history, problem areas, values to gain motivation

What is intervention

The things the patient will be doing in OT TO achieve goals

What is difference between compensatory and adaptive

Remember example given by jeffcoat

Why is outcome important

Have goals been met? Is more OT needed?

Basic definitions for treatment (3)

Practice setting


Service delivery


Spheres of practice

What is service delivery

What type or OT services are being provided to encourage client performance

What are spheres of practice

Looking at OT in a bio-psycho-social model or holistic approach

3 ways treatment settings are viewed

Administration of the setting


Level of care


Areas of practice

Continuum of care

Level of care changes or progresses


Acute, sub-acute, long term

Continuum with holistic

Continuum care looks how OT services can follow a patient or client through the healing process of mind-body and spirit

Bio-Psycho-Social

Treatment should consider the needs of the entire person, body mind and spirit, while working to goals

Theory

Set of ideas that help explain something

MOP

Model


Of


Practice


FOR

Frame


Of


Reference

MOHO

Model


Of


Human


Occupation


What is a systems model

Environment where humans engage in occupation or activity

How many sub systems are there

3


Violation


Habituation


Performance


Volition

What motivates us


(Values, interests, etc)

Habituation

What needs learned or released


(Habits, role, etc)

Performance

Skills and skilled action


(Mind, brain, and body)