MIDTERM: 9:30 AM NEXT WEEK
JULY 10, 2012
2 hours long
Out of 100
25 % multiple choice
1 mark each
35% short answer
10 questions, varying marks each.
Each question will be labelled with how many points it is
40% long answer.
Practice Profile for Occupational Therapy
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
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
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
Review models of Occupational Therapy
MOHO, PEO, CMOP-E, KAWA
Understand Occupational Performance
Understand applications and administration
procedures of the Canadian Occupational
Performance Measure (COPM)
Understand the utility of Activity Logs
LECTURE 2 STUDY QUESTIONS
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
What are the benefits of the Canadian Occupational
Availability vs. Accessibility
LECTURE 3 STUDY QUESTIONS
Define the term ‘physical environment’
What is the difference between accessibility and
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)
The Occupational Therapy Process:
Referral and Screening
Evaluation and Assessment
Frames of Reference
Types of Reasoning
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
Name and define the types of reasoning
What must be considered in a clinical
◦ Roles of the OT and OTA
◦ Referral restrictions
Re-Evaluation, Discharge and Termination
OT Process and Flow
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
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
What is the importance of reevaluation?
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.