Adolescent 12 - 18 Sig assignment
Adolescent 12 - 18 Sig assignment
will need to balance socializing with the time to do chores
objects used and their properties
tools needed to clean the house: dishwasher, washer, and dryer, maybe at the age where they are now able to handle more complicated machinery, such as the ones listed above, vacuum,
sequencing and timing
not taking too long to perform the tasks.
required body functions
energy Cronin 312
relevance and importance to client
required actions and performance skills
required body structures
context and environment
duration of the activity could be that the individual needs to balance doing chores with education
geographic terrain: mowing the lawn
OTPF, plants animals, building = house, including furniture, and the tools and devices that are required to clean the house.
OTPF: relationship with parents
group or population
may have developed habits that are now performed by individuals in this age group.
OTPF Chooses: Cronin 307, neural connectivity refers to the physical links between areas of the brain that fire together when a certain task is being performed. Further development of the prefrontal cortex which is the area of the brain that is responsible for making decisions. OTPF chooses: selects necessary and appropriate type and number of tools and materials for the task, including the tools and materials that the person was directed to use or specified he or she would use.
organizes OTPF: logically positions or spatially arranges tools and materials in an orderly fashion with a single work space and between multiple appropriate work spaces such that the work space is not too spread out or too crowded
Chooses OTPF: selects necessary and appropriate type and number of tools and materials for the task, including the tools and materials that the person was directed to use or specified he or she would use
Sequences OTPF: Performs steps in an effective or logical order and with an absence randomness or lack of logic in the ordering and inappropriate repetition of steps
sequencing: OTPF performs steps in an effective and logical order and with an absence of randomness or lack of logic in the order gin and inappropriate repetition of steps. Cronin 307 prefrontal cortex is the anterior part of the frontal lobes of the brain that is responsible for high neural connective, and responsible for executive functions.
Cronin 311: Adolescents are progressing and further developing process skills. Continued development in domestic life.
Paces Cronin 312 not rushing through task but also not taking too long to complete the chores. OTPF maintains a consistent and effective rate or temporary of performance throughout the entire task
Handles Cronin 312 carrying dinner plate from table to kitchen sink OTPF: Supports or stabilizes tools and materials. in an appropriate manner, protecting them from being damaged, slipping, moving and falling.
Heeds: OTPF Carries out and completes the task originally agreed on or specified by another. Cronin 312 loading all the dinner dishes into the dishwasher, filling the soap dispenser, m and starting the dishwasher.
Inquires: Cronin 313 does not need to ask about the washer settings once they have been fully explained. OTPF Seeks needed verbal or written information by asking questions or reading directions or labels and does not ask for information when he ors she was fully oriented to the task and environment and had immediate prior awareness of the answer.
Cronin 309: Females are expected to be able to develop both in fine motor skills as well as in gross Motor skills until the age of 15. Males will develop in this area to age 20.
Improved strength = grips OTPF effectively pinches or grasps task objects such that the objects do not slip.
Manipulates OTPF uses dextrous finger movements, without evidence of fumbling, when manipulating task objects.
Cronin 309: Typically adolescence in this age group are expected to be able to bend, flex, and rotate their trunks without any restrictions or stiffness. Isolated finger movements such as use of pens.
Bends OTPF: Flexes or rotates the trunk as appropriate to the task and grasp or place task objects out of reach or when sitting down.
social interaction skills
values, beliefs, and spirituality
Mental functions of sequencing complex movement: Mental function that regulate the speed, response, quality, and time of motor production, such as restlessness, toe tapping, or hand wringing, in response to inner tension.
See what you put in the performance skills area for development of the prefrontal cortex.
what are of occupational therapy can support the participation in the occupation for this age group?