Occupational Therapy Assessment
Occupational therapy promotes independent functioning in individuals who may otherwise require institutionalization or other long-term care. It can prevent injury or the worsening of existing conditions or disabilities. The Occupational therapy profession helps people to build, regain, and develop skills that are important for independent functioning, well-being, security, and quality of life.
This assessment assesses the occupational therapist with at least one year of experience in various areas, including diseases, diagnosis, physical examination, and therapy.
Such topics covered in the exam are identifying anatomical movements, assessing patients, normal and pathological anatomy, diagnosing conditions, identifying abnormalities, and basic medical terminology.
Assessments for Registered Nurse (RN) and Medical Assistants are also available.
|Number of questions||46|
|Time to complete||Varies by skill|
|Topics covered||Anatomical Position and Movements
|Tasks tested||Assessment of Patient
Differentiate Between Discrete and Continuous Tasks
Differentiate Between Types of Tasks
Distinguish Between Subjective and Objective
Distinguish Between UMN, LMN and Mixed Syndromes
Identify Abnormal Gaits
Identify Anatomical Movements
Identify the Pathophysiology of Disease
Observation of Gait
Understand Basic Clinical Signs of Disease
Understand Important Signs of Neurological Disease
Understand Normal and Pathological Anatomy
Understand the Anatomy and Function of Muscles
Understand the Conditions Treatable by the OT
Understand the Principles of OT Therapy
Understand the Terminology Used in OT
Understanding Basic Medical Terminology
Understanding the Criteria for Diagnosis
Understanding the Patient Exam
Understanding the Principles of Therapy
|Supported languages||🇺🇸 English (en_US)