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2012-01-29 20:37:33

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  1. Psychotic Disorders Acute phase
    • behavior stabilization
    • reality testing
    • discharge planning
    • goal setting
  2. GAF
    • Global Assessment of Functioning
    • 1-100

    psychological, social, and occupational functioning
  3. delusions
    false beliefs in external reality without an appropriate stimulus
  4. Psychotic Disorders Long Term Hospitalization Focus
    • normalizing environmental
    • how to achieve goals
    • discharge planning
  5. Agnosia
    Inability to understand and/or Misinterpretation of sensory information
  6. DSM IV
    • I - Clinical Disorders
    • II- Mental Retardation, Personality Disorders
    • III- General Medical
    • IV- Social, environmental
    • V- GAF
  7. psychotic disorders community settings focus
    • behavior monitoring
    • maintenance behaviors
    • independent living
  8. Antisocial Personality Disorder
    diffiulty conforming to social norms
  9. Schizotypal Personality Disorder
    • magical thinking
    • illusions
    • peculiar
  10. Avoidant Personality Disorder
    feelings of ineptness or unworthiness
  11. Schizoid Personality Disorder
    socially withdrawy, bland, constricted
  12. ADD/HD intervention
    • environmental modification
    • consulting with teachers/parents
    • sensory modulation
    • self management
  13. MOHO
    • volition
    • habituation
    • performance capacity

    *environment impacts performance
  14. Delirium
    Difficulty connecting with reality, disturbance of consciousness
  15. Severe MR Focus
    • communication skills
    • significant impairments
  16. Moderate MR Focus
    • supported employment
    • supervised living
    • independence in daily routine
  17. Mild MR Focus
    • supported employment
    • minimal support
  18. Personality Disorders
    Behavior that deviates markedly from cultural norms in cognition, affect, impulse control, and interpersonal relating
  19. Tangentiality
    abrupt changing of focus to a loosely associated topic
  20. psychomotor agitation
    cognitive of motor activity generally non productive and in response to inner tension
  21. Akathsia
    state of restless characterized by an urgent need for movement
  22. Evaluation group
    Focus: develop an understanding of an individuals task and group interaction
  23. Parallel groups
    members work on independent projects with minimal interaction
  24. Cooperative group
    Learning to work together-- enjoy each others company, meet emotional needs.
  25. Mature Groups
    Responsive to members needs; balance between carrying out the task and meeting members needs
  26. Thematic Groups
    Groups designed to teach specific skills
  27. Topical Groups
    discussion of activities and issues outside of the group that are current or anticipatedInstrumental Group
  28. Instrumental Group
    meeting health needs and maintaining functions
  29. Project Groups
    common short term activities some interaction required; to develop the ability to perform a shared short term activity with another member in a comfortable cooperative member
  30. Development Groups
    Focus; to teach and develop members group interaction skills
  31. Task Oriented Group
    To increase clients' awareness of their needs, values, ideas, feelings and behaviors as they engage in a group task
  32. Managing Hallucinations

    highly structred

    environment free of distractions
  33. managing delusions
    redirect thoughts to reality
  34. Managing offensive behavior
    • set limits
    • state reasons that behaviors arent acceptable
    • consequences
  35. managing manic or monoplizing behavior
    • highly structured activity
    • require shift of focus from patient to patient
    • thank patient for participating
    • limit setting
  36. Managing Alzheimers
    • make eye contact
    • value and validate
    • use positive nonverbal communication
    • short simple words
    • familiar, enjoyable routine
  37. psychosocial groups: considerations in activity selection
    • degree of structure
    • degree of new learning required
    • complexity of activity
    • length of time for completion
    • degree of challenge
    • nature and degree of skill required
  38. ACL Levels
    • 1. Automatic motor response
    • 2. Movement associated with comfort
    • 3. Exploratoryl use of hands; needs longterm repetitive practice
    • 4. simple tasks, visual cues, can't cope with unexpected
    • 5. overt trial and error; new learning occurs
    • 6. absence of disability, trial and error
  39. Positive symptoms
    excesses or distortions
  40. negative symptoms
    loss or absence of functioning