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Occupational Therapy -> Activities of Daily Living / Self-care -> Dressing
Dressing includes choosing appropriate clothing for the occasion/weather, gathering the clothing, sequencing the steps appropriately, putting on and taking off clothing, and manipulating fasteners (zippers, buttons, buckle, etc.).
Visual Schedule Cards
- Peter will manipulate zipper on coat on body with 2 verbal prompts on 4 /5 occasions by May 5, 2023 . 0
- Penny will tolerate wearing elastic tight denim jeans for 3 hours by May 5 ,2023 . 0
- With provided sensory support, strategies, and multimodal communication opportunities Peter will self-advocate for sensory accommodation while engaged in meaningful activity involving touching different materials to alleviate sensory avoidant behaviors on 4 /5 textures in 2 months. 0
- Jane will independently doff pull over shirt with fair dynamic sitting balance without verbal cues within 5 minutes, in 3/4 attempts, to improve dressing skills across 3 consecutive sessions. 1
- Peter will manipulate button on clothing on body with 2 verbal prompts on 4 /5 occasions by May 5, 2023. 0
- Dionna will independently doff pull over shirt with fair dynamic sitting balance without verbal cues within 10 minutes, in 3/4 attempts, to improve dressing skills across 4 consecutive sessions. 0
- To demonstrate improved participation in ADLs, Peter will utilize a visual support or checklist of getting ready tasks 4 /5 times as reported by the caregiver by March 5, 2023 to guide morning routine. 0
- Given unrestricted access to multimodal communication options, Jordan will express choice to wear UB and LB clothing for 10 minutes in 3 out of 4 opportunities, with visual and 80% verbal cues for increased participation and functional independence in daily life. 0
- Conner will complete shoe donning with Minimal assist and 80% verbal cue, 5 times a week, for increased functional independence when changing shoes in the class. 1
- With regular (individually tailored) exercises and sensory diet, Patrick will demonstrate an appropriate level of arousal for 10 minutes in 4 /5 treatment sessions, with visual cues and 50% encouraging verbal cues for increased participation and functional independence in daily life. 0
- Terrance will manipulate buttons and zipper off of body with minimal assistance as seen 90% of opportunities across 4 different sessions with in 4 therapy months to demonstrate foundational skills needed for dressing ADLs. 2
Efficacy of Occupational Therapy Using Ayres Sensory Integration®: A Systematic Review 2Author: Schaaf, Dumont, Arbesman, & May-Benson - The evidence is strong that ASI intervention demonstrates positive outcomes for improving individually generated goals of functioning and participation as measured by Goal Attainment Scaling (GAS) for children with autism. Moderate evidence supported improvements in impairment-level outcomes of improvement in autistic behaviors and skills-based outcomes of reduction in caregiver assistance with self-care activities Citation: Roseann C. Schaaf, Rachel L. Dumont, Marian Arbesman, Teresa A. May-Benson; Efficacy of Occupational Therapy Using Ayres Sensory Integration®: A Systematic Review. Am J Occup Ther January/February 2018, Vol. 72(1), 7201190010p1–7201190010p10. doi: https://doi.org/10.5014/ajot.2018.028431