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1)
There are seven (7) KEYS TO SUCCESS discussed in this lesson.
 
True False
 
2)
Which of the following is NOT one of the Keys to Success addressed in this lesson?
 
Shore up seven aspects of cognitive functioning
Assure that there is cooperative interaction and planning within the entire treatment staff and caretakers.
Address severely disruptive behaviors first.
Ensure that there is insurance coverage or Medicare approval to provide the service.
Do continuous assessment and documentation of participants' progress and functional status.
 
3)
Modifying disruptive behavior and shoring up cognitive functioning form the _________________ of the program.
 
reimbursement basis
core
 
4)
This lesson tells us that continuous assessment and documentation of participants' functional status and response to treatment is now commonplace in programs which
 
are operated by non-profit organizations.
have high ‘accountability’ and ‘outcome’ expectations.
follow the Mississippi model of psychiatric treatment for the aged population.
 
5)
When using a program design such as the one presented in this course, there is _________________ SIGNIFICANT IMPROVEMENT that can made, in terms of affect, connection to surroundings, ability to effectively communicate, and appropriateness of behavior.
 
always
oftentimes
sometimes
 
6)
This lesson tells us that, to continue the status quo in the face of inadequate response from the patient leads to
 
loss of funds.
starting over from square one.
possible cost savings in the end.
treatment failure.
 
7)
Should treatment continue? We assess this question through
 
a budgetary review.
a Care Management approach.
Assertive Community Treatment.
 
8)
When determining whether the individual should continue treatment in the current setting, we need to look at what?
 
Has the treatment been reasonably effective in addressing the cognitive and behavioral problems?
Is improvement likely to occur if the treatment continues?
Can effective treatment be provided in other ways or settings?
Is treatment essential to maintain STABILIZATION?
All of the above
 

 

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