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					OTA 1

MIDTERM REVIEW
MIDTERM: 9:30 AM NEXT WEEK
JULY 10, 2012
 2 hours long
 Out of 100
 25 % multiple choice
   25 questions
  1 mark each
 35% short answer
  10 questions, varying marks each.
  Each question will be labelled with how many points it is
   worth
 40% long answer.
  3 questions
LECTURE 1
Practice Profile for Occupational Therapy
 Assistants
  Broad-based support personnel
  Know your roles as OTAs and how you should be
   supporting your OT supervisor
Define key terms
What is Occupation and what is an
 Occupational Therapist?
Understand the historical basis of OTAs
LECTURE 1 STUDY QUESTIONS
 What are the principles of moral treatment?
 What was the arts and crafts movement?
 What was the impact of the world wars on Occupational
  Therapy?
 Describe the differences between the psychoanalytic model,
  biomechanical model and neurological models.
 Name the settings where OTs and OTAs work
 Define Occupational Performance
 What is the OT Domain of Concern?
 Give examples of performance components in the context of
  an activity analysis
 Define performance context. Give examples
LECTURE 2:

Review models of Occupational Therapy
  MOHO, PEO, CMOP-E, KAWA
Understand Occupational Performance
 Components
Understand applications and administration
 procedures of the Canadian Occupational
 Performance Measure (COPM)
Understand the utility of Activity Logs
LECTURE 2 STUDY QUESTIONS
 Define Occupation
 Define Occupational Therapy
 Know and define the three Occupational Performance Areas
 Know the names of the PEO, CMOP-E and MOHO and what
  they stand for
 Label the CMOP-E
 Analyse a case study using the CMOP domains
 Know the 3 subsystems of the MOHO, and what they mean
 Discuss the principles of client centred practice, and why it is
  important
 What are the benefits of the Canadian Occupational
  Performance Measure?
LECTURE 3

Physical Environment
Safety
Availability vs. Accessibility
Environmental Cues
Fall Hazards
Universal Design
LECTURE 3 STUDY QUESTIONS
Define the term ‘physical environment’
What is the difference between accessibility and
 availability
Discuss the importance of environmental, visual
 and auditory cues
Understand the importance of home safety, and
 particularly fall hazards
Discuss ways to modify a home to make it more
 accessible for a person with a named disability
 (this would be in the form of a case study)
LECTURE 4

The Occupational Therapy Process:
  Referral and Screening
  Evaluation and Assessment
  Treatment Planning
    Frames of Reference
    Types of Reasoning
    Activity Analysis
LECTURE 4 STUDY QUESTIONS

Complete an activity analysis with an
 understanding of normal human movement
Know the steps in the OT Process
Understand the role of the OTA in all parts of
 this process
Name and define the types of reasoning
What must be considered in a clinical
 reasoning process?
LECTURE 5

 SMART Goals
 Treatment Objectives
 Treatment Implementation
 ◦ Roles of the OT and OTA
 ◦ Referral restrictions
 Re-Evaluation, Discharge and Termination
 OT Process and Flow
 SOAP notes
LECTURE 5 STUDY QUESTIONS
What is a SMART goal. Be able to recognize and
 evaluate a goal using this format.
What is the difference between a goal and an
 objective?
What are the four elements of a treatment
 objective, and what do they mean?
What are the four key methods of treatment
 implementation. Know the differences between
 them.
What is the importance of reevaluation?
STUDY HINTS:
 Use your lecture notes to structure your reading. If I
  have not mentioned something in lecture, then it is not
  going to be on the exam
 Refer to your text if you have a question about the
  lecture notes, and to get background info on models etc.
 Don’t forget to use the internet to help you study too.
  It’s a valuable resource, you may as well use it!
 Use your common sense to help guide your thinking
  processes. It’s your biggest asset as an OTA. There will
  be no surprises.

				
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