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Pediatric Skills Occupational Therapy 3rd Edition by Solomon OBrien – Test Bank

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  • ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 0323059104
  • ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-0323059107

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Pediatric Skills Occupational Therapy 3rd Edition by Solomon OBrien – Test Bank

Solomon: Pediatric Skills for Occupational Therapy Assistants, 3rd Edition

Chapter 10: The Occupational Therapy Process

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1. For what may the Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant (COTA) be responsible?
a. Administering specific assessments to clients selected by the registered occupational therapist
b. Developing the intervention plan with collaboration from the registered occupational therapist
c. Interpreting assessment findings
d. Selecting assessment tools that are used during the evaluation


2. Which statement best describes legitimate tools of occupational therapy (OT) practice?
a. Instruments or tools that a profession uses to bring about change
b. Tools that remain constant over time
c. Tools commonly found in an occupational therapy clinic
d. Instruments commonly used to evaluate clients


3. Which statement best describes purposeful activity?
a. A person involved in purposeful activities is more concerned with the process required to complete the activity.
b. Purposeful activities are prescribed based on analysis of their inherent characteristics.
c. Purposeful activity requires active participation from the client.
d. Purposeful activities are deemed by the OT practitioner to be critically important to skill development.


4. 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?
a. Assisted performance
b. Dependent performance
c. Functional independence
d. Supervised performance


5. Which statement refers to therapeutic use of self?
a. The practitioner’s ability to work with a variety of clients
b. 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
c. The practitioner’s ability to interact with the client
d. The practitioner’s ability to develop an appropriate intervention plan for the client


6. Which of the following statements is true about long-term goals?
a. They do not need to be behavioral.
b. They need to be measurable but not behavioral.
c. They are the building blocks for OT intervention.
d. They are the expected outcomes of OT intervention.


7. Which of the following statements is not true about short-term objectives?
a. They are all the things the client needs to be able to do to meet long-term goals.
b. They are the statements that describe the terminal functional skills the clients should achieve after intervention.
c. They are interim steps that are used to reach long-term goals.
d. They describe skills that should be mastered in a relatively short time period.


8. To what does the term intervention refer?
a. Therapy sessions to facilitate goals
b. Progress reports, billing records, client profile
c. The evaluation, treatment plan, intervention, and discharge plan
d. The plan of care





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