Practice Models Sensory Processing PEO MOHO Allen Cognitive Levels
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What is Eight
What is the number of practice models used in OT
100
What is Sensory Sensitivity and Behavior Responses
2 areas measured are:
100
What is Person
What does the letter P represent in PEO
100
What is Model of Human Occupation
MOHO stands for
100
What is Automatic Actions
Level 1: short attention span, attends to all five senses with focus on survival
200
What is Development of Adaptive Skills Model
Subskills mastered in order; focuses on developmental skills and behaviors needed to be successful
200
What is Active Strategies
Loud sound may cause Maria to run out of the room, what strategy is she exhibiting:
200
What is Occupational Performance
The better the fit between person and environment, the better the
200
What is Gary Kielhofner
The model of human occupation was developed by this person.
200
What is Postural Actions
Level 2: May wander off, stands, walks aimlessly
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What is Role Acquisition
10 principles govern this practice model
300
What is Sensory Processing
Receiving and organizing sensory information and responding through behavior.
300
What is Person, Environment, Occupation
Person centered model that focuses on the occupational performance between
300
What is Open System
Changes in any of the parts changes the whole
300
What is Manual Actions
Level 3: Easily distracted: interested in surrounding environment
400
What is Sensory Integration
Two major treatment principles: 1/ not require conscious attention to body movement 2) activities must be pleasurable to client
400
What is Neurological Threshold
A point of which a sensation registers and is recognized
400
What is Environment
What's easier to change: Person or Environment
400
What is improve occupational performance and satisfaction with performance
Goal of therapy
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What is Goal Directed Actions
Level 4: Able to copy demonstrated directions presented one step at a time; able to perform self care independently
500
What is Cognitive Disabilities Model
Level 4: Goal directed actions
500
What is Behavior Responses
sensation seeking and sensation avoiding
500
What is Changing
Occupational performance occurs in time and space and is continually blank
500
What is Volition, Habituation and Performance Capacity
3 subsystems of human motivation
500
What is Exploratory Actions
Level 5: Able to learn through trial and error




OT Practice Models in Mental Health

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