Occupational Therapy Practice Guidelines for Young Children with Delayed Development

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American Occupational Therapy Association, 1999 - Developmentally disabled children - 15 pages

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A-D/HD Predominantly ACOTE-accredited adaptation process adapted equipment Adaptive/self-help Anderson & Schoelkopf AOTA appropriate Assistive technology Attention Span behavior Bobath Body Scheme Case-Smith child care Child will maintain child's ability Childhood children with delayed cognitive collaboration with family Concept Formation consultation coordination Coping Skills Deficits in performance delayed development delays in development desired outcomes developmental delay developmental skills devices disability Down syndrome DSM-IV early intervention programs emphasis of occupational enhance environment Environmental adaptation Etiology evaluation expand a repertoire facilitate facilitory techniques failure to thrive family members feeding Feeding problems fieldwork experience Fieldwork is required fine motor fine motor coordination/dexterity flexion formance components functional communication functional mobility goals Guidelines habilitation Hanft health care Human hygiene ICD-9-CM Codes identified identified in italics impairment improve functional performance increments infant injury intervention for ongoing intervention for young Intervention in NICUs Level of arousal meaningful Mental Retardation Motor Control motor coordination motor skills muscle tone national certification NBCOT neonatal NICUs nipple occupational therapist selects Occupational therapists choose Occupational Therapy Assistant Occupational therapy intervention occupational therapy practice Occupational therapy practitioners occupational therapy services orthotic Outpatient perceptual performance areas performance components Performance Contexts performance in ADL physical Play activities Play and Leisure Postural control Praxis preschool primary performance areas problems productive activities prognosis promote psychosocial purposeful activity Range of Motion referral repertoire of occupational Selected ICD-9-CM Codes self-help Sensorimotor Sensory processing skills e.g. Social conduct Spatial operations spoon Stereognosis strategies supervised fieldwork experience support of caregivers therapist therapist selects specific Tic Disorder tional toilet toilet trained treated by occupational treatment typically is provided vention for young verbal prompt Visual-motor integration Wavrek young children

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