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Occupational Therapy for Children Module 4
Discipline(s): Occupational Therapy
Contact Hours: 10
Registration Fee: $159
1. Define IADL.
2. Define early adolescence.
3. Identify 5 environmental influences external to the child.
4. Identify two participation assessments for measurement of outcomes.
5. Recognize characteristics of the Transition Daily Rewards and Worries Questionnaire (TDRWQ).
6. Identify three substrates of occupation that play can be viewed through.
7. Define play meaning.
8. Recognize the four types of play assessments.
9. Identify and differentiate between 5 performance tasks and age levels in the development of prewriting and handwriting in young children.
10. Recognize activities to promote handwriting readiness for 4 areas of handwriting readiness.
11. Recognize 4 areas to examine when evaluating the actual task of children’s handwriting.
12. Recognize 7 characteristics of endorsing manuscript styles.
13. Identify 7 assistive technologies that support handwriting skills.
14. Recognize 10 handwriting problems and potential solutions.
15. Recognize 15 cultural factors that affect assistive technology delivery.
16. Identify 8 roles and responsibilities of school assistive technology (AT) teams.
17. Recognize 11 criteria for evaluating AT devices.
18. Identify and differentiate between 7 principles of universal design.
19. Identify 12 basic communication rights.
20. Recognize 10 strategies to facilitate communicative interaction.
21. Define Linguistic Competence.
22. Recognize problem solving for computer access and potential solutions for 4 problems.
23. Identify 9 key features to consider in evaluating accessibility of instructional software.
24. Identify 6 examples of no-tech, low-tech math supports.
25. Recognize 4 functional groups for classification of mobility skills.
26. Define caster carts.
27. Recognize characteristics of walkers and caster wheel sizes.
28. Identify 12 wheelchair features the therapist should consider for wheelchair selection.
29. Recognize 3 types of seating surfaces.
30. Identify factors that influence the successful use of mobility devices.
Occupational Therapist and Occupational Therapist Assistants
Chapter 17: Instrumental Activities of Daily Living and Community Participation
Chapter 18: Play
Chapter 19: Prewriting and Handwriting Skills
Chapter 20: Influencing Participation Through Assistive Technology
Chapter 21: Mobility
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