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Quiz 27 :

Intervention for Sensory Impairment

Quiz 27 :

Intervention for Sensory Impairment

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Robert has been given a Benik vest to wear by his therapist to help him deal with his sensory hypersensitivity.The theory behind why the vest may be effective is:
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B

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Angela has a difficult time sitting still in her preschool classroom and tends to run and purposely "crash" into things in the room.The therapist recommends a "sensory diet" for the teacher to use several times a day to help fill her sensory craving.The most appropriate activities on the diet would include:
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D

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Mr.Jones is dealing with sensory impairment due to peripheral nerve injury from long standing diabetes.Using your clinical judgement when helping the patient to develop realistic therapy goals and intervention,which of the following is the most appropriate intervention strategy:
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C

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Mrs.Wilson is a 72 year-old woman who recently had a stroke.In sensory testing,the therapist notices that it takes a lot of input for Mrs.Wilson to be able to register the stimulus.This would be considered:
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Madeline has been dealing with chronic pain and altered sensation for years due to her multiple sclerosis.Which of the following is the most appropriate intervention to use to treat her symptoms?
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Joey is a 24 year-old male who sustained a spinal cord injury (SCI) 6 months ago with motor and sensory impairment.Using your clinical judgement when helping the patient to develop realistic therapy goals and intervention,which of the following is the most appropriate intervention strategy:
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Which of the following statements is true about the Wilbarger brushing program?
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The most appropriate strategy to begin treatment for Jessie's issue would be:
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Jessie is a 3 year-old girl with autism.She gets very upset when on the swing at the playground.This can be considered an example of:
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Mrs.Jones,who recently had a stroke,is experiencing sensory hypofunction.Her therapist is having her touch/manipulate objects without looking at them.This specific type of sensory intervention is working on:
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