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2-2-06: Continuation of the neurological examination, motor & sensory pathways, patterns of movement, differentiate between cortical, cerebellar, and basal ganglia movement disorders, ancillary tests in neurology – EEG, MRI, CT, EMG, Evoked Potentials, Nerve Conduction

CM pg. 14-23, G as needed, P & E ch. 23, U ch.5

Laboratory Exercise: Assessment of muscle tone, Ashworth scale, clonus, DTRs, interpretation of sensory and motor examination results from a neurological perspective, coordination, balance and postural reactions

G & S section 4 & 5

2-9-06: DEADLINE FOR SELECTION OF TOPIC FOR INTERVENTION PAPER

Part 1: Issues of sexuality, impact of disability and adaptation to disability

Guest Lecturer: Gordon Burton, Ph.D., OTR

CM pg.30-47, P & E ch. 15, U ch. 7

Part 2: Basics of CVA diagnosis

Etiology, medical management, prognosis, clinical course

CM pg. 48-53, P & E ch. 37, U ch. 25View videotape: Treating Stroke

Laboratory Exercise: Develop treatment priorities reflecting contextual understanding of the disorder – non-progressive, chronic condition, family needs and responsibilities, potential functional outcome

2-16-06: QUIZ 1

Dysphagia - guest presentation by Gigi Smith

P & E ch. 40

Laboratory Exercise: Oral motor evaluation, dysphagia intervention strategies, modified food

textures, grade intervention to predict response of clients to treatment, establish short and long term goals related to dysphagia for client cases.

G & S section 9

2-23-06: Basics of TBI diagnosis

CM pg.54-55, P & E ch.38, U ch. 14   View videotape: Surviving Coma: The Journey Back

Laboratory Exercise: Use of GCS & RLA, coma rehabilitation

Establish short term and long term goals for each client related to client’s priorities, consideration for social participation

3-2-06: Intervention using Neurodevelopment Treatment (NDT) – guest presentation by Cathy Runyan

P & E ch. 36, U ch. 25

Laboratory Exercise: Positioning for bed, bed mobility, teach client stand pivot transfers from bed to chair or toilet, teach client transfer safety, facilitation of trunk control, develop short and long term goals for trunk control

3-9-06: TEST 1: 8:30 – 9:45

DEADLINE FOR SELECTION OF TOPIC FOR DIAGNOSTIC PAPER

Intervention addressing upper extremity control, introduction to PNF, constraint

induced movement therapy, motor learning, upper extremity considerations for edema and pain,

shoulder subluxation, use of slings and splints for positioning

P & E ch. 29, 33, 34 & 35

Laboratory Exercise: Shoulder mobilization, open kinematic chain activities versus weight bearing

activities, application of motor learning and task oriented intervention to recover upper extremity function, intervention for fine motor skills, application and fitting of slings, desensitization techniques for shoulder-hand syndrome

3-16-06: Part 1: Visual deficits

CM pg. 24-29, P & E ch. 24, U ch 27, Z ch 3

Laboratory Exercise: Assessment of visual problems, assessment of oculomotor control, terminology associated with visual problems

G & S section 2

Part 2: Perceptual disturbances and retraining for perceptual problems, apraxia, cognitive deficits

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