Supervisory Guidelines for OT Personnel/Team Roles and Principles of Collaboration

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Supervisory Guidelines for OT Personnel/Team Roles and Principles of Collaboration
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  1. direct supervision
    • face-to-face contact b/w supervisor and supervisee
    • includes co-treatment, observation, instruction, modeling, and discussion
  2. indirect supervision
    • non face-to-face contact b/w supervisor and supervisee
    • includes electronic, written and telephone communications
  3. close supervision
    daily, direct contact at the site of work
  4. routine supervision
    direct contact at least every two weeks at the site of work, with interim supervision occurring by other methods such as telephone or written communication
  5. general supervision
    at least monthly direct contact with supervision available as needed by other methods
  6. minimal supervision
    provided only on a needed basis, and may be less than monthly
  7. Who determines the type of supervision that is most appropriate?
    the supervising OT
  8. intradisciplinary team
    • one or more members of one discipline evaluate, plan, and implement tx of the individual
    • other disciplines are not involved
    • limited communications
    • limited perspectives on case
    • at risk due to potential narrowness
    • holistic care questionable
  9. multidisciplinary team
    • a number of professionals from different disciplines conduct assessments and interventions independent from another
    • some formal communication b/w team members
    • limited communication = lack of different perspectives
    • competition may develop
  10. interdisciplinary team
    • all disciplines relevant to the case at hand agree to collaborate for decision making
    • eval and intervention still conducted independently
    • greater understanding of each discipline's perspective
    • not bound by discipline line-specific roles and functions
    • use group process skills effectively
  11. transdisciplinary team
    • characteristics of interdisciplinary teams are maintained and expanded upon
    • members support and enhance the activities of other disciplines to provide quality, efficient, cost-effective service
    • members committed to ongoing communication, collaboration, and shared decision making for the patient/client's benefit
    • eval and intervention planned cooperatively
    • role blurring is accepted
    • must ensure professional integrity and quality of care is maintained
  12. consumer:
    • most important and primary member of the tx team
    • occupations, values, interests, and goals must be determined and used in tx
  13. family/primary caregiver
    sociocultural background, socioeconomic status, and caregiver tasks, needs, and skills must be considered as they can impact on the outcome of intervention
  14. Para-professional team members:
    • personal care assistants (PCAs)
    • home health aides (HHAs)
  15. Professional team members
    • alternative practitioners (massage, acupuncturists, etc)
    • athletic trainer
    • audiologist
    • biomedical engineer
    • certified orthotist
    • certified prosthetist
    • chiropractor
    • dietician/clinical nutritionist
    • expressive/creative arts therapists
    • job coach
    • nurse practitioner
    • nurse, registered
    • optometrist/vision specialist
    • pastoral care
    • physiatrist
    • PT/PTA
    • PA
    • primary care physician
    • psychiatrist
    • psychologist
    • recreational therapist/therapeutic recreation specialist
    • respiratory therapy technician certified
    • social worker
    • special education teacher
    • SLP/ST
    • substance abuse counselor
    • vocational rehabilitation counselor

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