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Function/Dysfunction Focus and Theoretical Base Change & Motivation Evaluation Intervention
100
Order
Alissa engages in hygiene and self-care activities, according to MOHO, these balanced activities are considered function but in MOHO it is called ____ ?
100
Volition
Alissa is motivated through social praise and recognition, what subsystem of MOHO does this represent?
100
Agent of change
The occupational therapist is working on leisure exploration and social skills with Alissa.     When doing Alissa’s assessment the OT asks Alissa what type of leisure activities she would be interested in and what she needs to be able to participate in those particular activities. According to EHP, the OT is empowering the Alissa as the _______________
100
Stage 6 - determine therapy outcomes and assess for consistency progress in Alissa’s attainment 
In MOHO, what’s the final stage after Alissa has gone through intervention and completed tasks given by the occupational therapist?
100
Occupational participation, occupational performance and occupational skills 
What are the three levels of doing that MOHO depicts in a top-down hierarchy?
200
Adaptive
OA views function as _______ which leads to occupational functioning.
200
Environments are a constant influence
Alissa enjoys cooking her favorite ethnic dishes with her grandmother in the kitchen, but also feels the need to clean the family apartment over and over with disinfectants, what theoretical assumption of MOHO does this represent? 
200
Human agency
The degree to which a person desires to explore their environment and demonstrate mastery within it?
200
PEOP
Alyssa and the therapist discuss her strengths and weaknesses. Such as her angry outbursts, and being able to follow directions. Using what theory is the therapist using to discover barriers and things that enable Alyssa’s occupation in order to come up with an effective treatment plan. 
200
Strategies;

Validating, identifying, giving feedback, advising, negotiating, structuring, coaching, encouraging, providing physical support
 In MOHO, _________ are the therapeutic ways that goals are achieved; there are nine of these used as intervention techniques. Provide two that you may use with Alissa when working with her. 
300
OA
Alissa has trouble adapting to her environment which can create problems when attempting to meet an occupational challenge, which model would view this as a dysfunction?
300
Participation, performance, and well-being
Alissa likes to shop, spend money on her favorite candy, do laundry, wash dishes, iron clothes, and vacuum the rugs at home, and also enjoys being involved in group activities. What three focuses in the PEOP model, does this represent?
300
Intrinsic factors
Alissa loves to cook. The OT decides to using cooking as a way to work on social skills and pre-vocational skills with Alissa. Throughout the session the OT makes sure to praise Alissa for doing such a great job to boost Alissa’s self-esteem, confidence, and motivation. The OT is helping Alissa achieve a sense of accomplishment by the use of _____________
300
Decision maker and problem solver
In the OA model, what role does the client take?
300
PEOP
Alissa is a 20 year old who lives with her grandmother and mother in a small apartment. She has a desire to date, although she doesn’t anticipate her family would be supportive. Alissa and her OT would like to sit down and come up with a plan which will help Alissa to advocate to her family as to why she thinks it is a socially appropriate time in her life to explore the dating world and help to create an environment in which she feels supported in doing so. What model do these intervention guidelines align with?
400
Function
When a client’s roles are meaningful, their environmental needs are met and have satisfactory performance in occupation, PEOP refers to this as ______
400
Psychological factor

Alissa worries about the approval of her mother with dating and sexuality. She often talks about feeling bad about herself “I have problems”. What intrinsic factor does this represent in the PEOP model?
400
Enablement
CMOP-E believes that change happens through _________.
400
Agenda making
Which of the following is NOT a part of the evaluation process in EHP?
Personal variables
Task features
Agenda making
Context factors 
400
OA
If we were to design an intervention plan for Alissa that focuses on occupational readiness - activities that will address deficits in motor, process, and communication/interaction performance skills; and occupational activity- tasks that are related to the occupational role, which model would we most likely being using? 
500
PEOP
Alissa is highly sensitive to loud noise, suns away from situations that trigger fear such as large crowds of strangers which can create a lack of occupational competence which leads to dysfunction according to what model?
500
Occupational adaptation theory
Alissa uses memory apps on her phone and carries around a notebook that includes to-do lists to help with her short-term memory. According to this case, which model focus is represented?
500
Targeted social change
Alissa attends a day program and would love to attend one of the program sponsored dances, but does not think that her mom would approve. The occupational therapist encourages Alissa to talk to her mom about attending the dance and explain to her how important that it is to her. The OT is having Alissa address the social structures that influence engagement in her everyday life, this is known as ______________.
500
Canadian
During the evaluation process, the therapist conducts a semi-structured interview asking the client about her self-care, her involvement in her community, what she does for work and school, and about her social life. The therapist is using what theory to evaluate the client.
500
EHP
Alissa’s OT suggests the following intervention strategies be used in tandem: alter, adapt, and prevent. What model supports the use of more than one intervention strategy at a time to support a client’s performance?




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