INTRO THERAPEUTIC REC
INTRO THERAPEUTIC REC LEIS 2433
Popular in Course
Popular in Leisure Management
This 0 page Class Notes was uploaded by Phyllis Batz on Sunday November 1, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to LEIS 2433 at Oklahoma State University taught by Jerry Jordan in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 14 views. For similar materials see /class/232891/leis-2433-oklahoma-state-university in Leisure Management at Oklahoma State University.
Reviews for INTRO THERAPEUTIC REC
Report this Material
What is Karma?
Karma is the currency of StudySoup.
Date Created: 11/01/15
List the three criteria for the diagnosis of Mental Retardation List four topics that would or should be addressed within a professional code of ethics 1 2 3 4 What is a mood disorder and what are some of its characteristics As addressed in the ADA under what three different conditions would it be appropriate to deny an individual with a disability the opportunity to participate in an activity 1 2 3 A person with dementia may have several problems including impairment in short term memory abstract thinking judgement and problems with higher cortical functioning Please describe the following o Aphasia o Agnosia o Apraxia 0 Alzheimer s Disease Iquot P 5quot List six barriers frequently listed by the elderly as problems related to the participant leisure activities and give one possible consideration or solution for each barrier P P PF N Discuss briefly the functional abilities one could expect to achieve with the diagnosis of mild mental retardation What is considered a Qualified Individual with a disability qualifies an individual with a disability 1 2 3 When must an agency make a modification Explain the APIE Process and what APIE stands for Fill in the Blank When charting what notation do you use to indicate that the individual has a below the knee amputation is defined as disease or injury residual A person with an eating disorder who refuses to eat even through his her weirhg tis significantly below the expected weight of someone with his her height and body build would be classified as When classifying an individual with a spinal cord injury we often talk in terms of the number of limbs involved An individual with four limbs involved both legs and both arms would be classified as a The sensory system that interprets the relationship of the body to earth and the effects of gravity includes several forms of muscular disease characterized by progressive degeneration and muscle wasting is defined as having rapid onset severe symptoms and short course not chronic a form of Spina Bifida where the spinal cord covering the Mengies and the fluid protrude through the malformed vertebrae and form an exterior sac refers to the process of identifying specific mental or physical disorders a form of Osteochrondritis which involves the degeneration of the capitular epiphysis of the head of the femur Repetitive and seemingly purposeful behavior that is in response to an obsession or performed according to certain rules or in a stereotyped fashion is defined as askin ulceration leading to tissue death caused by excessive pressure which interferes with blood flow to a localized area Commonly known as a pressure sore the individual believes that his thoughts words or actions might or will in some manner cause or prevent a specific outcome in some way that defies the normal laws of cause and effect is defined as a bursting or rupturing of a blood vessel in the brain resulting in a stroke is a sensory perception without external stimulation of the relevant sensory organ A person who has had a stroke leading to paralysis on one side of the body would be classified as Prediction of course and end of disease and the estimate chance of recovery The inability to express oneself through speech although comprehension of the spoken word is still in tack is called A false personal belief based on incorrect inference about external reality and firmly sustained in spite of what almost everyone believes and in spite of what constitutes obvious proof of evidence to the contrary technically defined as a cerebral vascular accident CVA refers to a condition in which the normal blood flow to the brain has been interrupted a term indication gross impairment in reality testing Paralysis of only one half of the body ie paralysis on either the left or right side of the body a persistent irrational fear of a specific object activity or situation A U intrinsic residual but rather a limitation resulting from the care or lack of care given an resulting not from a limitation imposed by individual Retirement Teaff Made possible by 20 h century industrial society Four factors that have made retirement available to large of people 1 Increase probability of people reaching old age 2 Today s industrial society is able to support an increasingly large nonworking proportion of the population 3 There is little demand for the labor of older persons Competition for jobs New technical skills and higher education requirements 4 Social security and pension plans are more available 2011 update the 2008 2009 downturn in the market and the slow recovery which for the most part has not occurred for individuals have made the retirement dream just that a dream for many individuals The slow economy and lost savings have forced many individuals to post Barriers A survey was done with older people asking what they felt barriers to leisure pursuits were no particular order Fear of crime Afraid to go out during the evening If no transportation afraid of walking alone 1 Emphasis on day programs 2 Provide door to door transportation if possible 3 Bring programs to people 4 Provide information on public transportation Lack of knowledge about available programs 0 Publicize in all available media 0 Radio television posters in community etc o Emphasis on outreach programs 0 Word of mouth from satisfied participants Lack of transportation 0 provide transportation 0 Provide information about public transportation 0 Organize volunteer drivers car pools etc 0 Use school buses if possible Facility Design and Accessibility 0 ensure appropriate design accessibility 0 suitable location ask facility users for input lighting temperature 0 1 2 3 architecturalbarriers 4 aesthetics 5 furniture 6 location Program Design and Content 0 Concerns include lacks variety not challenging boring too challenging too structured P P PF N lack of information 0 Client input in planning 0 Variety in programs offered ie active passive large and small groups integrated segregates leader directed selfdirected etc 0 Place large activity calendars in obvious places 0 Offer programs for all skill levels 0 Do regular program evaluations 0 Many expect personal invitations llshe didn t come by and ask mequot particularly true in long term settings 0 Have committee to design personal innovations FINAL QUESTION What are some major barriers to leisure participations for the elder and at least 3 suggestions for overcoming each one persons who participate in programs that they perceive themselves they