Ray is a 59-year-old male with a history of homelessness who is being treated for psychosis, depression, and other co-morbid medical conditions. He was referred to occupational therapy by his case manager 6 months ago when he was residing in a homeless shelter. He has now secured placement in his own independent apartment and you are the occupational therapist assigned to complete a routine re-evaluation in his apartment today. Recommended time for completion is 60 minutes.
Damon is a 46-year-old male with multiple sclerosis who has been receiving occupational therapy services in his home for several months. You are the occupational therapist working for a mobile outpatient agency who is assigned to complete Damon's re-evaluation today. Recommended time for completion is 60 minutes.
Paidyn is a 2-year-old girl with autism spectrum disorder who has been receiving occupational therapy services in an early education setting for the last 6 months. You are the occupational therapist assigned to complete Paidyn’s bi-annual evaluation. Recommended time for completion is 90 minutes.
Frank is an 80-year-old male with Parkinson's disease and Lewy body dementia who recently experienced a cerebral infarct and a progressive increase in falls. Frank was briefly hospitalized in an acute care setting prior to being discharged home to the Independent Senior Living facility where he lives. You are the occupational therapist working for a mobile outpatient agency who is assigned to complete Frank's evaluation. Recommended time for completion is 90 minutes.
Ed is a 78-year-old-male who experienced a stroke and was recently discharged home. He previously received occupational therapy services in an inpatient rehabilitation setting, followed by subacute rehabilitation. Ed, his wife Yvonne, and an occupational therapist are involved in this simulation. You are the occupational therapist completing this home-based evaluation. Recommended time for completion is 120 minutes.
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