Chapter 16 study guide

Chapter 16 study guide 150 150 Affordable Capstone Projects Written from Scratch
  1. What is the difference between tacit and explicit learning?
  2. What is defined as a characteristic that enable a person to engage in goal-directed, self-regulated, autonomous behavior? This quality has also been identified as a factor that promotes independent community living.
  3. Josh, a seventeen year old diagnosed with a TBI as result of an MVA, has a goal of transitioning to independent living. His apartment will have its own washer and drier.  What activity to support meal preparation is reasonable to expect him to complete, given appropriate accommodations and supports?
  4. Sasha, a 13 year old diagnosed with spina bifida, has always been creative. She designs and sews clothes for her friends, who pay her a small sum for her work.  Sasha wants to save her money to buy a more advanced sewing machine.  She also donates some of her clothes to a local woman’s shelter as a part of her afterschool club activities.  What activity is reasonable to expect Sasha to do to support her goal of money management, given supports and accommodations as needed?
  5. Max, an eight year old boy diagnosed on the autism spectrum, loves to move! He enjoys riding his bike to the local store, going out with peers to see any and every superhero movie, and being responsible to walk the family dog, Eddard.  Which activity would support Max’s goal of community mobility, given supports and accommodations and supports as needed?
  6. What are the six contextual influences that can have an impact on a child’s IADLs?
  7. Which instrument is a criterion-referenced test for ADLs and IADLs that assess underlying motor and process performance skills used to perform a task?
  8. Which instrument assesses life skills for children and youth in foster care?
  9. Which instrument measures performance and capacity for personal care, dressing, eating, locomotion, stairs, paly, transfers, and standing skills?
  10. Which instrument, based on parent report, measures children’s participation in household tasks?
  11. Which assessment measures the four domains of personal management, community, home, and vocational?
  12. Which instrument examines 6 categories of participation: interpersonal relationships, communication, personal care, mobility, education, and recreation?
  13. Which instrument, based on parent report, measures participation at home, school, and in the community?
  14. Which instrument measures home, school, and community participation with special focus on ICF classification?
  15. List at least three roles for occupational therapists in supporting their clients and families in transition planning, according to Case-Smith and O’Brien (2015)?
  16. What six approaches to intervention are used in theoretical models?
  17. List the four approaches to family- and client-centered models of practice:
  18. At Enfield High School, the Eagles fly high! The adapted basketball team has a game on Friday.  Rosie, a 16 year old diagnosed with Down syndrome, is the star center!  Her peer buddy, Rebecca, attends every game to support Rosie’s goal of total court domination.  What type of inclusion is this considered?
  19. In addition to being a star basketball player, Rosie is quite the baker! She attends Mrs. Bender’s cooking every Tuesday and Thursday.  Rosie works with peers to produce the most delicious chocolate cookies, puff pastries, and apple pies one has ever tasted.  What type of inclusion is this considered?