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Occupational Therapy for Children: Module 6
Discipline(s): Occupational Therapy
Contact Hours: 10
Registration Fee: $159
1. Recognize 5 outcomes of family occupations.
2. Define and identify 5 family resources.
3. Recognize 6 key concepts of a family system model.
4. Define normative events.
5. Define ethnicity.
6. Define SES.
7. Recognize development of independence in self-care and health maintenance routines.
8. Define affective communication.
9. Recognize that the first interactions of the therapist with a family opens the door to the establishment of a partnership.
10. Identify 6 suggestions for therapists from parents on providing flexible and responsive services.
11. Recognize the major cause of death in the first year of life.
12. Define VSD and blood flow patterns.
13. Define supraventricular tachycardia.
14. Recognize age at onset and effects of 3 types of osteogenesis imperfecta.
15. Recognize when infantile spasms typically disappear.
16. Identify 7 emergency treatments of seizures.
17. Recognize clinical signs of hydrocephalus in infants.
18. Define Rett syndrome.
19. Define learning disabilities.
20. Recognize causes and effects of lead poisoning.
21. Recognize effects on the fetus from intrauterine rubella infections.
22. Define characteristics of children’s hospitals.
23. Recognize 4 goals of children’s hospitals.
24. Identify and differentiate between primary, secondary and tertiary prevention.
25. Recognize 3 factors that often affect parent participation in children’s care.
26. Define Failure to Thrive (FTT).
27. Identify 3 goals for an occupational therapist to set after a transplant procedure.
28. Identify the average age of onset of puberty in boys and girls.
29. Recognize typical psychosocial development characteristics of early, middle and late adolescents.
30. Recognize behavorial indicators of positive and negative self-esteem.
31. Recognize alcohol is the most widely used substance by adolescents.
32. Identify 3 environmental and contextual factors of healthy adolescent development.
33. Recognize the definition of the IDEA and its characteristics.
34. Identify 3 key collaboration ingredients for school-based collaboration.
35. Recognize 7 ways that occupational therapists and others on the team can contribute to a transition-focused, ecologic assessment.
36. Define RTI.
Occupational Therapist and Occupational Therapist Assistants
Chapter 5: Working with Families
Chapter 6: Common Conditions That Influence Children’s Participation
Chapter 26: Hospital and Pediatric Rehabilitation Services
Chapter 4: In Transition to Adulthood: The Occupations and Performance Skills of Adolescents
Chapter 27: Transition Services: From School to Adult Life
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