Modification of environment

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1. Student will assess the needs of an elderly client within a sociocultural context and physical context by assessing their home environment. A report of findings will be submitted and presented. Use the Home evaluation checklist provided.

2. Role play the administration of an assessment and the results of assessments and evaluation (as allowed of an Occupational Therapy Assistant).

3. Develop ergonomic principles and safety procedures in order to facilitate the home modifications. List a total of 10 -15 environmental barriers or hazards that could contribute to fall and safety issues.

4. Submit and explain via PowerPoint and present an oral presentation to a classroom audience utilizing multimedia outlets  

Modification of Environment Competency and Presentation

Student Name: _______________________________________

Date: ________________________

Course Name: OTA 202/OTA 203: OT treatment planning & techniques for Geriatrics & Mental Health Lecture/Lab

Objectives from OTA 202/203 Syllabus: Unit Six: development, remediation & compensation, Unit Seven: Modification of Environments; Unit Nine: Compensatory strategies

Curriculum thread addressed:

· Occupation centered practice

Procedure:

1. Student will assess the needs of an elderly client within a sociocultural context and physical context by assessing their home environment. A report of findings will be submitted and presented. Use the Home evaluation checklist provided.

2. Role play the administration of an assessment and the results of assessments and evaluation (as allowed of an Occupational Therapy Assistant).

3. Develop ergonomic principles and safety procedures in order to facilitate the home modifications. List a total of 10 -15 environmental barriers or hazards that could contribute to fall and safety issues.

4. Submit and explain via PowerPoint and present an oral presentation to a classroom audience utilizing multimedia outlets

Evaluation: Modification of environment/Compensatory strategies

Criteria

Excellent (5)

Good (4)

Fair (3)

Poor (1-2)

Home Evaluation checklist

Thorough completion of home evaluation checklist; no items omitted

Minimal revision required in home evaluation

Home evaluation checklist not completed diagram incomplete/needs work

Home evaluation checklist is missing diagram is missing

Environmental barriers; diagram, drawn to scale, of the home environment

Excellent (10)

Good (8-9)

Fair (5-7)

Poor (0-4)

Diagram present; environmental barriers justified

Diagram present with minimal revisions to environmental barriers required

Diagram incomplete/needs work on justification of environmental barriers

Diagram is missing

List environment barriers; provide justifiable clinical reasoning

Excellent (15)

Good (10)

Fair (5-7)

Poor (0-4)

Concrete examples given with appropriate clinical reasoning; 15 items listed

10-14 items listed; minimal revisions regarding examples provided clinical reasoning

5-9 items listed ; recommendations and clinical reasoning are insufficient

Less than 5 items listed; clinical reasoning not supports or provided

Detailed explanation of assessment and evaluation with emphasis on ergonomic principles, compensatory strategies and safety procedures regarding the listed environmental barriers. Understanding of role OTA/OT plays in the assessment and evaluation process.

Excellent (15)

Concrete and

Good (10)

Minimal

Fair (5-7)

Explanations are

Poor (0-4)

Unsupported

appropriate

revisions needed

insufficient and require for research

and inappropriate; not attempted

Cost estimate for modifications to eliminate barriers and safety issues

Excellent (5)

Good (4)

Fair (3)

Poor (1-2)

Evidence of detailed research

Research is evident, however, some details are missing

Research is lacking in many areas. More clarification is needed

Insufficient research is evident. Work is unacceptable

**2 points deduced for every hour late on due date for a maximum of 10 points

***10 points daily deduction for every day of late submission for a maximum allowed of 2 days late

Evaluation/Grading criteria: Presentation

Excellent (10)

Good

(8-9)

Fair(5-7)

Poor (0-4)

Presentation delivery (verbal and non verbal communication skills)

Excellent verbiage; confidence in delivery; eye contact; posture

Good attempt; minimal recommendations on establishing eye contact and maintain posture

Fragmented delivery; inconsistent delivery of confidence, establishing of eye contact and maintaining of posture

Disengaged ;hesitates and lacks enthusiasm

Presentation detail/organization

Contents are detailed; evidence of research

Minimal recommendations needed; good points delivered

Some information provided not relevant or off topic

Little or no relevance

Comments :________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________


ACOTE Standards for an Accredited Educational Program for the Occupational Therapy Assistant:


B.3.3. , B.3.7. , B.4.1., B.4.3. , B.6.2

Revised 12/16/2021 JM

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