Recalling memories of past events is an important part of life review, which is a vital part of development in later life. The reminiscence format of this game addresses this goal in an enjoyable and therapeutic way.Instead of numbers, the game uses everyday topics such as school, work, recreation, family, seasons, weather and holidays. The game is directed at adults of all ages. It can be used in outpatient clinics, adult day care groups, nursing homes, senior citizens’ centers or any group setting. It includes 12 player cards, 200 chips, a master sheet and master chips for the clinician and an instruction manual. Created by Sarah Austen, OTR/L.
LOTCA (Loewenstein Occupational Therapy Cognitive Assessment) is a cognitive battery of tests for both primary assessment and ongoing evaluation in the O.T. treatment of brain-injured patients. The battery provides the therapist with a profile of the patient’s cognitive abilities. It consists of various sub-tests divided into four areas: orientation, visual and spatial perception, visual motor organisation, and thinking operations. Complete with card decks, coloured blocks, pegboard set, manual etc., all packed in a plastic carrying case. Case is 13.5 x 10 x 3.25”.
LOTCA (Loewenstein Occupational Therapy Cognitive Assessment) is a cognitive battery of tests for both primary assessment and ongoing evaluation in the O.T. treatment of brain-injured patients. The battery provides the therapist with a profile of the patient’s cognitive abilities. It consists of various sub-tests divided into four areas: orientation, visual and spatial perception, visual motor organisation, and thinking operations. Complete with card decks, coloured blocks, pegboard set, manual etc., all packed in a plastic carrying case. Case is 13.5 x 10 x 3.25”. LOTCA-G is geared specifically towards the ongoing evaluation and treatment plans for geriatric clients with brain injury.
BaFPE (Bay Area Functional Performance Evaluation) is used to evaluate the functional performance of psychiatric, brain injured, geriatric, or developmentally disabled adults as well as adolescents in treatment or special education settings. It can be used for treatment, discharge planning, documentation and outcome studies. Designed to assess how a client may function in task-oriented and social interactional settings using the Task Oriented Assessment (TOA) and the Social Interaction Scale (SIS). Includes a loose-leaf binder containing background information, directions for administering the TOA and the SIS, forms, rating guides and worksheets. Also included are a set of sea shells, set of design blocks and associated items.
Sensory Stimulation Activities KitThis comprehensive kit provides a sensory stimulation and basic cognitive rehabilitation program. More than 90 sensory activities including auditory, visual, olfactory, gustatory and tactile stimuli are described in the accompanying manual. Kit includes 31 functional, safe materials to stimulate the senses, including 3 communication cards; a manual that includes sensorimotor assessment procedures; treatment guidelines and goals; activities and forms to document assessment, treatment and results. Materials (to be used by one person only) are packed in personal patient cases that can be labeled and purchased separately. Four personal cases are included with the kit. They include a toothbrush, comb, plastic spoon, emery board, feather and square of cotton padding, velour and satin and are packaged in a clear plastic box with a snap-lock lid. Kit is packed in a durable, easy-to-carry locking case, 13.5 x 15.5 x 6.25¨.
This testing battery provides a measure of cognitive assessment and learning potential for children ages 6-12 with special needs. It consists of 22 sub-tests in 5 cognitive areas: orientation, spatial perception, praxis, visuomotor construction and thinking operations. For each sub-test there is an option of a structured 5-step mediation. The goals of the assessment are to identify the strengths and deficits of the child in the different cognitive areas and measure learning potential, as well as to recognize the child's thinking strategies utilizing dynamic procedures.
Toglia Category AssessmentDesigned to examine the ability of adults with brain injury or psychiatric illness to establish categories and switch conceptual sets. The test uses plastic utensils that can be sorted according to size, color and utensil type. Detailed manual included.
Developed to determine baseline measurements and track changes in global functions over time in individuals with Alzheimer's disease. Consists of sub-tasks that measure a person's understanding of common ADL activities, including sorting daily medications, shopping for appropriate sized and priced clothing, washing hands and preparing food. Components for these tasks are included.
Ideal for both clinic and home use.Used to treat upper extremity pain and limited motion due to phantom limb, hemiparesis, arthritis, complex regional pain syndrome or following hand surgery. Helps enhance motor planning and reduce kinesiophobia. The SMART-Mirror™ can be used for mirror therapy or as the final stage of graded motor imagery. Innovative features include:- The ability to position the mirror between 90° - 65° for individualized viewing comfort.- Easy setup for one-handed use while in the clinic or at home.- The three ventilation windows assists with air flow and allows therapists to observe movement.- Sleek design offers function, mirror protection and compact storage.May be cleaned with a soft, clean cloth or with a mild soap and water solution. Visible shatter-proof mirror area measures 8 x 13.4". Weight: 2-3/4 lb
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