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Occupational Therapy for Children Module 3
Discipline(s): Occupational Therapy
Contact Hours: 10
Registration Fee: $159
1. Identify and differentiate between three temperament types including the easy child, the difficult child, and the slow-to-warm-up child.
2. Recognize and differentiate between 4 patterns of attachment in infants and parents.
3. Identify parent risk factors for child abuse.
4. Differentiate between time-limited environmental stress factors and long-term environmental stress factors and their effects on children.
5. Recognize characteristics of attention deficit disorder.
6. Recognize when autism spectrum disorders manifest.
7. Define SED.
8. Identify characteristics of residential treatment centers including cost, length of stay, and restrictiveness.
9. Identify and differentiate between 5 levels of social appropriateness and rational interventions.
10. Identify and differentiate between therapeutic response options in rational intervention including facilitation, monitoring, gentle correction, moderate correction, and strong correction.
11. Define FBA.
12. Recognize internal and external factors that influence behavior.
13. Indentify 8 environmental modifications to support self regulation.
14. Define positive reinforcement.
15. Define transition routines.
16. Identify the 5 step process of the FBA.
17. Identify and differentiate between 5 oral structures in feeding.
18. Recognize the developmental sequence of eating skills for ages 1-12 months.
19. Recognize the developmental continuum in self-feeding and associated component areas for ages 5-30 months.
20. Identify the VFSS and its characteristics.
21. Identify appropriate intervention activities to prepare an infant for eating.
22. Recognize the 4 levels of food texture for dysphagia management.
23. Recognize oral motor patterns observed in children with hypertonicity including tonic bite, tongue thrust, lip retraction and lip pursing.
24. Identify 3 appropriate postural alignment techniques for feeding a child.
25. List foods indicated and contraindicated for children with immature oral motor skills.
26. Recognize and differentiate between the phases of swallowing including the oral phase, pharyngeal phase, and esophageal phase.
27. Recognize the prevalence of the cleft lip and palate.
28. Differentiate between 8 nipple types and their characteristics used with children who have oral structural defects.
29. Identify characteristics of the Rifton Child’s Chair including positioning and sitting stability required.
30. Define IADL.
31. Recognize 21 online resources used for help with activities of daily living (ADL’s).
32. Differentiate between 12 instruments used for assessing ADL and IADL performance in children and adolescents including age range and description.
33. Recognize and differentiate between 7 levels of independence used to rate self-care skill independence during task analysis.
34. Identify 3 approaches used to improve the performance of activities of daily living specifically for buttoning buttons without the use of the right hand.
35. Recognize 6 typical adaptation principles used with children and adolescents with low vision or hearing.
36. Recognize environmental adaptations for the home with accessibility is limited including architectural barriers, structural changes, possible assistive devices and task modifications.
37. Differentiate between 11 stabilization materials and application procedures.
38. Identify the typical developmental sequence for toileting including approximate age and toileting skills.
39. Identify the typical developmental sequence for dressing including age and self-dressing skills.
40. Recognize adaptive methods for dressing children with motor limitations.
41. Recognize typical sexuality concepts discussed with children and adolescents with disabilities including age and typical behaviors or concepts to learn.
42. Recognize health care maintenance for typically developing children and children with spina bifida.
43. Identify the developmental sequence for household management tasks
Occupational Therapist and Occupational Therapist Assistants
Chapter 13: Psychological Issues Affecting Social Participation
Chapter 14: Interventions and Strategies for Challenging Behaviors
Chapter 15: Feeding Intervention
Chapter 16: Activities of Daily Living
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