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Occupational Therapy for Children Module 2
Discipline(s): Occupational Therapy
Contact Hours: 10
Registration Fee: $159
1. Define motor control.
2. Recognize efficiency of children performing whole tasks versus only a part of the movement.
3. Identify 3 components of the visual system.
4. Recognize ages of postural reactions acquisition for 3 balance reactions.
5. Identify ages and percentages for hand preference.
6. Recognize how children are best able to transfer learning skills.
7. Recognize and differentiate between simple and more difficult grading and adapting activities.
8. Define intrinsic feedback.
9. Recognize the definition and purposes of adaptive responses in children.
10. Recognize the definition of neural plasticity.
11. Identify sensory integrative development in the prenatal period.
12. Identify and differentiate between sensory integrative developments in a child’s first 6 months and second 6 months.
13. Identify sensory integrative development in a child’s third through seventh years.
14. Identify and differentiate between factor analysis, motor planning, apraxia, and cluster analysis.
15. Recognize and differentiate between sensory integrative disorders including tactile defensiveness, gravitational insecurity, and auditory defensiveness.
16. Recognize characteristics of somatodyspraxia.
17. Identify three secondary problems related to sensory integrative dysfunction.
18. Recognize sources of information used when conducting an interview/questionnaire to assess sensory integrative functions.
19. Identify 5 clinical observations used to assess sensory integration.
20. Identify and differentiate between 17 functions measured by the sensory integration and praxis tests.
21. Recognize 6 guiding principles from sensory integration theory.
22. Identify characteristics of classical sensory integrative treatment including the importance of active participation.
23. Identify 7 expected outcomes of ASI intervention.
24. Identify 7 expected outcomes of occupational therapy using sensory integration principles.
25. Differentiate between expected outcomes of occupational therapy including the development of increasingly more complex adaptive responses.
26. Define GAS.
27. Recognize the anatomy and functions of the eye including receptor cells.
28. Identify and differentiate between visual-receptive components including: acuity, accommodation, binocular fusion, steropsis, and convergence and divergence.
29. Identify and differentiate between four components of visual attention including alertness, selective attention, visual vigilance and divided attention.
30. Differentiate between object and spatial perception including form constancy, visual closure, figure-ground and depth perception.
31. Recognize visual-receptive functions from birth through kindergarten.
32. Recognize developmental ages for emergence of visual-perceptual skills.
33. Define simultaneous processing.
34. Recognize handwriting difficulties affect between 10% – 30% of school age children.
35. Identify and differentiate between 4 vision screening tests.
36. List 7 compensatory instruction guidelines.
37. Recognize characteristics of maintenance rehearsal used in children with visual memory problems.
38. Identify and differentiate between 8 reading methods, their descriptions and reading style requirements.
Occupational Therapist and Occupational Therapist Assistants
Chapter 9: Application of Motor Control/Motor Learning to Practice
Chapter 11: Sensory Integration
Chapter 12: Visual Perception
By Jane Case-Smith, EdD, OTR/L, FAOTA, Professor, Division of
Occupational Therapy, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, USA
This course utilizes text from a hard back textbook by Jane Case-Smith, EdD, OTR/L, FAOTA, Professor, Division of Occupational Therapy, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, USA “Occupational Therapy for Children” ©2010. “Occupational Therapy for Children” is a market-leading text that takes an evidence-based look at children at various ages and stages in development, comprehensively addressing both conditions and treatment techniques in all settings.
The sixth edition of “Occupational Therapy for Children” maintains its focus on children from infancy to adolescence and gives comprehensive coverage of both conditions and treatment techniques in all settings. Inside you'll discover new author contributions, new research and theories, new techniques, and current trends to keep you in step with the changes in pediatric OT practice. This edition provides an even stronger focus on evidence-based practice with the addition of key research notes and explanations of the evidentiary basis for specific interventions.
Dates and Locations
01-31-2020 - 01-31-2020, 12:00AM 12:00AM