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Occupational Therapy

Psychology

Quiz 44 :

Occupational Therapy: Serving Service Members and Veterans

Quiz 44 :

Occupational Therapy: Serving Service Members and Veterans

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Interventions such as money management, self-care, household management, and community participation can be used to address which of the following challenges faced by veterans?
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C

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You are working in a Warrior Care and Transition Program and are asked to assess a service member who was recently referred to the program. As you are gathering information for the occupational profile, you notice that he is demonstrating difficulty with communication skills. You want to gather more information on his verbal and nonverbal communication as well as identify strengths and problem areas to better inform your intervention planning. Which assessment would you choose?
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D

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A practitioner has decided to create a group for recently discharged female veterans at a local community center. These veterans have identified anxiety, sleep disruption, and depression as the main issues impacting their occupational performance. What mindfulness-based strategy might be most helpful in addressing these issues?
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B

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Identify the intervention that has demonstrated a positive effect on veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder by increasing mood and affect.
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Which of the following best explains why it is important for occupational therapy practitioners working with active service members to be familiar with military culture?
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What occupational therapy intervention has been used since World War I that Army providers continue to use as the foundation of occupational therapy interventions to rehabilitate physical and mental wounds?
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You are an occupational therapy practitioner providing restorative care in a deployed setting. You focus your interventions on maintaining a military routine and improving coping skills to assist service members in managing combat stress with the ultimate goal of returning the service member to the battlefield. What type of setting does this best represent?
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Where is it best to treat a service member who is experiencing a stress reaction on the battlefield?
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Which of the following is the name of the occupational therapy practitioners whose mission was to rehabilitate injured service members through the use of curative crafts and workshops to help them recapture purposeful lives?
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You are working with veterans who are experiencing symptoms of posttraumatic stress disorder. You want to incorporate an intervention approach that will facilitate the development of healthy coping mechanisms and utilizes activities such as yoga, meditation, and guided imagery. Which approach would you choose?
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What does the Army call the behavioral health unit deployed to war zones in order to prevent or mitigate stress reactions?
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Identify why service members typically don't seek out mental health services.
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What is the primary goal of behavioral health treatment in a combat setting?
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