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Answered: Jun 03, 2020
Exploratory play, symbolic play, creative play, games

-exploratory play happens from 0-2 years, symbolic play 2-4 years, creative play 4-7 years and games with rules and directions 7-12...Read More

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Answered: Jun 03, 2020
Akathisia

A.) Echopraxia- is the meaningless imitation of another persons movements so this does not apply. b.) Psychomotor agitation-This would have been a good answer if it were not...Read More

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Answered: Jun 03, 2020
Having patient bend down to pick up item off floor to practice dynamic standing balance

Pendleton, H. M., & Schultz-Krohn, W. (Eds.). (2006). Pedrettis occupational therapy: Practice...Read More

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Answered: Jun 03, 2020
B & d

Psychosocial Occupational Therapy by Cara and MacRae pages 177&178

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Answered: Jun 03, 2020
Proprioception

Proprioception is maintained with the condition of anterior spinal cord syndrome because the dorsal column transmits proprioceptive information. The other senses would be...Read More

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Answered: Jun 03, 2020
Do not move your shoulders more than 30 degrees flexion

D, patient should not lift excessively over 90 degrees shoulder flexion but shoulder ROM to 90 should be encouraged to keep shoulder...Read More

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Gentle active exercise and frequent massage

Rationale: Active range of motion is crucial. Intervention that increases pain such as passive range of motion should be avoided. Massage...Read More

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Answered: Jun 03, 2020
2-3 joints may be casted at a time to increase UE PROM

The casting of more than one joint at a time often leads to skin breakdown as a result of multiple pressure points. It is thus...Read More

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Answered: Jun 03, 2020
Posterior Cerebral Artery

Pendleton, H. M., & Schultz-Krohn, W. (Eds.). (2006). Pedrettis occupational threapy: Practice skills for phyisical dysfunction. St. Louis, MO: Mosby Elsevier....Read More

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Answered: Jun 03, 2020
Use two hands for tasks ordinarily done with one hand

Reference: Occupational Therapy for Physical Dysfunction, Sixth Edition, p.781

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Answered: Jun 03, 2020
As if flickering a lit candle

ANSWER: d. This is called pursed lip breathing. It increases the use of the diaphragm and decreases accessory muscle recruitment. They should inhale deeply...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Jun 03, 2020
Organize a list of daily activities

Pendleton, H.M. & Schultz-Krohn, W. (2006). Pedrettis occupational therapy practices skills for physical dysfunction. St. Louis, MO; Mosby...Read More

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Answered: Jun 03, 2020
All of the above are true

Crepeau, E.B., Cohn, E.S., Schell, B.A.B, (2003). Willard & Spackmans Occupational Therapy 10th Ed., Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, PA, p 734-735.

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Answered: Jun 03, 2020
Canadian Occupational Performance Measure (COPM)

Answer: B. COPM The COPM is used to measure the patients perception of his/her occupational performance over time in the areas of self...Read More

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Answered: Jun 03, 2020
Homonymous hemianopsia

Rationale: It is the most common visual disturbance associated with stroke. Source: Occupational Therapy for Physical Dysfunction pg. 1018

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