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1)
COGNITIVE SKILLS GROUPS enhance the individual's awareness of his/her immediate surroundings, situation, and timeframes.
 
True False
 
2)
The specific nature of the cognitive therapy in these groups is designed and scaled to the _________________ of the individual.
 
Diagnosis(es)
Chronological Age
Functioning Level
 
3)
In this program design,
 
MENTAL PROCESSING means accurate perceptions, making decisions, and then doing.
PERCEPTION is knowing and understanding WHAT you are looking at, and WHAT to DO with it, or how to RESPOND to it.
PERCEPTION requires that you accurately recognize what you are looking at or hearing, and that you can differentiate between this and something else.
PERCEPTION also involves the ability to sequence activities or events (what comes first? what comes next? etc.), when you are deciding what is needed.
All of the above
 
4)
The complexity of the tasks, the pace of the instructions and follow through, the instruction technique (hand-over-hand guidance vs. demonstration), and the number of repetitions will all depend upon the pre-determined schedule for the day.
 
True False
 
5)
Which aspect(s) of a geriatric patient's functional status are important to consider when memory activities are exercised?
 
the functioning of an individual’s object constancy
his object identification skills
the presence of expressive or receptive aphasia
All of the above
Only the first and second answers above
 
6)
Which is true, according to this lesson?
 
Making requests incrementally, in small steps, is to be avoided if we went our patients to improve.
Expressive aphasia hinders verbal expression.
Strokes rarely result in distrubance of sequencing and planning ability.
SENSORY INTEGRATION exercises involve RECOGNITION and ASSOCIATION of shapes, textures, colors, sounds, and smells.
Answers 2 and 4 above.
 
7)
The traditional psychosocial approach to ADLs for community living is considered an appropriate approach in this cognitive reconnection program.
 
True False
 
8)
Disuse of gross motor movements prompts restless, psychomotor agitation, and inability to alleviate stress in many cognitively impaired individuals.
 
True False
 

 

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