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Occupational Therapy Evaluation for Adults : A Pocket Guide,9780781724951

Occupational Therapy Evaluation for Adults : A Pocket Guide

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1st
ISBN13:

9780781724951

ISBN10:
0781724953
Media:
Spiral Bound
Pub. Date:
9/6/2000
Publisher(s):
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
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Summary

This quick reference guide helps occupational therapy students and practitioners perform efficient and comprehensive evaluations for adults with disabilities. Designed to fit in the lab coat pocket, this book guides readers through the process of an evaluation. For easy reading, information in this spiralbound volume is organized into tables, boxes, and schematics. Features include: detailed appendices about standardized assessments and formal evaluation procedures; illustrated evaluation procedures; an evaluation checklist to help readers track each client's evaluation; suggestions for sequencing and abbreviating different evaluation procedures; and advice on meeting third-party payers' reimbursement requirements.

Table of Contents

Occupational Therapy Evaluation
Relation Between Evaluation, Theory, and Frame of Reference
1(1)
Evaluation and Clinical Reasoning
2(1)
Demands of the Healthcare Marketplace
3(3)
Information Needed From Screening and Evaluation
6(1)
Suggestions for Use of the Rest of the Book
6(3)
A Guide to Evaluation
Steps:
Review the client's medical record and/or other pre-evaluation information
9(1)
Collect your evaluation materials
10(3)
Check with nursing to see if the client can be seen
13(1)
Stop before entering the client's space, take a deep breath, clear your mind, and focus on taking in everything you will see and hear during your evaluation
13(1)
Knock before entering the client's room, home, or space
13(17)
Read any signs posted in the client's environment about medical precautions or care procedures
30(1)
Introduce yourself, ask the client how he or she would like to be addressed, and make sure the client is physically comfortable
30(1)
Interview the client and/or his or her caregivers
31(2)
Observe functional performance and record observations
33(8)
Evaluate component skills contributing to functional performance problems and record evalution results
41(41)
Note type and amount of cuing client needs for activity performance
82(1)
Synthesize and summarize the data; make discharge projections---project and record rehabilitation objectives and interventions planned to reach discharge projections
82(1)
Synthesize and Summarize Data
82(3)
Discharge Projections
85(1)
Rehabilitation Objectives
85(1)
Interventions
86(4)
Suggested Evaluation Sequences for Different Time Limits
20- to 30-Minute Screenings
90(13)
30- to 40-Minute Evaluations
103(4)
40- to 60-Minute Evaluations
107(3)
Doing an Evaluation During the Course of Several Intervention Sessions
110(5)
APPENDICES
A. Interview Assessments of Client Priorities
115(10)
Activity Index and Meaningfulness of Activity Scale
115(1)
Adolescent Leisure Interest Profile (ALIP)
116(1)
Adolescent Role Assessment (ARA)
117(1)
NPI Interest Checklist
118(1)
Occupational Self-Assessment (OSA)
119(2)
The Canadian Occupational Performance Measure (COMP)
121(2)
The Occupational Questionnaire (OQ)
123(1)
The Role Checklist
124(1)
B. Basic and Instrumental Activity of Daily Living Assessments
125(14)
Assessments of Basic and Instrumental Activities of Daily Living
125(5)
Assessments of Basic Activities of Daily Living
130(3)
Assessments of Instrumental Activities of Daily Living
133(6)
C. Somatic Sensory Evaluation Procedures
139(6)
General Methodology Principles
139(1)
Primary Somatic System
140(1)
Discriminative Somatic System
141(1)
Recording Results
142(1)
Interpreting Results
143(2)
D. Cognitive/Perceptual Assessments
145(12)
Behavioral Inattention Test (BIT)
145(1)
Contextual Memory Test (CMT)
146(1)
Lowenstein Occupational Therapy Cognitive Assessment (LOTCA)
147(1)
Lowenstein Occupational Therapy Cognitive Assessment for Geriatric Population (LOTCA-G)
148(1)
Mini-Mental State (MMS)
149(1)
Stroop Color and Word Test (STROOP)
150(1)
Test of Everyday Attention (TEA)
151(1)
The Hooper Visual Organization Test (VOT)
152(1)
Wisconsin Card Sorting Test (WCST)
153(4)
E. Motor Evaluation Procedures
157(44)
Range of Motion
157(8)
Muscle Tone
165(2)
Muscle Strength
167(13)
Reflex Testing
180(9)
Endurance
189(3)
Gross Coordination
192(3)
Postural Control
195(1)
Fine Coordination/Dexterity
196(5)
F. Psychosocial Skills Assessments
201(6)
Allen Cognitive Level Test-90 (ACLS-90)
201(1)
Role Activity Performance Scale (RAPS)
202(1)
The Assessment of Occupational Functioning (AOF)
203(1)
The Occupational Case Analysis and Interview Rating Scale (OCAIRS)
204(1)
The Occupational Performance History Interview II (OPHI II)
205(2)
G. Discharge Situation Assessments
207(6)
H. Uniform Terminology
213(16)
Introduction
213(2)
Examples of Use in Practice
215(3)
Person--Activity--Environment Fit
218(1)
Uniform Terminology for Occupational Therapy--Third Edition
219(10)
I. International Classification of Impairments, Activities, and Participation
229(2)
Body Functions
229(1)
Body Structure
230(1)
Activities
230(1)
Participation
230(1)
Environmental Factors
230(1)
References 231(12)
Index 243


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