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1)
With TRACK I [lower functioning] participants, the treatment approach must FIRST attain a measure of control over _________________ in order to impact the other areas of difficulty.
 
the physical limitations
the cognitive dysfunction
disruptive and maladaptive behavior
interference from family
 
2)
Although the cognitive techniques are quite different for the geriatric population, the BEHAVIORAL TECHNIQUES are similar to those we use with any individual – adult or child – who has agitation or anger management problems, but with less reliance on cognition.
 
True False
 
3)
Which statement was NOT made in this lesson?
 
Once behavior is under control, cognition often begins to improve, and the participant can begin to make sense of his world again.
We know that ‘clearing’ of confused cognitive processes frequently brings about a remarkable IMPROVEMENT in an individual’s disruptive behavior and his mood or affect.
There is a scheduled group in which the name of the group is BEHAVIOR MANAGEMENT
UNCONTROLLED, DISRUPTIVE BEHAVIOR PATTERNS have a direct, inhibiting effect upon the geriatric client’s ability to respond to the cognitive remediation process.
Generally speaking, the TARGET BEHAVIORS are different with persons of advanced age, compared to what we normally encounter with non-geriatric outpatient clients.
 
4)
In this lesson there are how many case studies of geriatric patients enrolled in this program design?
 
5
4
2
3
 
5)
In this program design, we primarily use NATURAL CONSEQUENCES to bring about change in uncontrolled behavior.
 
True False
 
6)
In this program design, we utilize which of the following approaches?
 
We develop and promote natural antidotes [incompatible behaviors] to offset or correct aberrant behaviors.
We utilize specific cognitive strengths to shape new behaviors.
We discharge individuals whose overt behavior is too challenging to manage within a 2 week timeframe.
All of the above
Answers 1 and 2 above.
 
7)
In this program design, geriatric participants are organized into
 
Roundtable Groups
Treatment Tracks
Interest Tracks
Behavioral Goal Groups
 
8)
Non-verbal communication techniques are not encouraged in this program.
 
True False
 

 

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