Lynda- Community Falls Screen Part-Task Trainer (PT)
Lynda is a 75-year-old who presents to the clinic seeking a balance screen. You are the physical therapy practitioner assigned to complete a community-based falls risk assessment.
Recommended time for completion is 45 minutes.

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Dan- Assessment (PT)
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Dan is an 81-year-old with Wernicke’s aphasia who has been experiencing impairments with balance and gait. You are the physical therapist assigned to complete Dan’s assessment today.
Recommended time for completion is 90 minutes.

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Owen- Intervention (PT)
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Owen is a 14-year-old with cerebral palsy. You are the physical therapy practitioner assigned to complete Owen’s outpatient physical therapy intervention today.
Recommended time for completion is 60 minutes.

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Ganine- Intervention (PT)
Ganine is a 32-year-old who experienced a C4 spinal cord injury after a motor vehicle accident approximately one year ago. She is receiving mobile outpatient physical therapy, and you are the physical therapy practitioner assigned to complete Ganine's physical therapy intervention in her home today.
Recommended time for completion is 75 minutes.

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Delilah- Intervention (PT)
Delilah is a 1-year-old with developmental delay who receives physical therapy and occupational therapy services in an outpatient clinic. You are the physical therapy practitioner assigned to complete Delilah's intervention today.
Recommended time for completion is 60 minutes.

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Eli- Intervention (PT)
Eli is a 7-year-old with a diagnosis of cerebral palsy who receives outpatient physical therapy services. Eli, his mom, and a physical therapy practitioner are involved in this simulation. You are the physical therapy practitioner assigned to provide Eli's intervention session today.
Recommended time for completion is 60 minutes.

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Danny- Intervention (PT)
Danny is a 47-year-old who experienced a hemorrhagic stroke and subsequent myocardial infarction. He received physical therapy services in a subacute rehabilitation facility for six months and has been discharged home. He was recently evaluated by a physical therapist. Danny, his niece Brittany, and a physical therapist are involved in this simulation. You are the physical therapy practitioner assigned to complete Danny's home-based physical therapy intervention today.
Recommended time for completion is 60 minutes.

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Carol- Assessment (PT)
Carol is a 65-year-old who experienced a cerebrovascular accident. She had a brief stay in an acute care and subacute care facility before returning home. Carol has been receiving home-based physical therapy services and you are the physical therapist assigned to complete Carol's reevaluation today.
Recommended time for completion is 75 minutes.

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Danny- Assessment (PT)
Danny is a 47-year-old who experienced a hemorrhagic stroke and subsequent myocardial infarction. He received physical therapy services in a subacute rehabilitation facility for six months and has now been discharged home. Danny, his niece Brittany, and a physical therapist are involved in this simulation. You are the physical therapist assigned to complete Danny's home-based evaluation today.
Recommended time for completion is 60 minutes.

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Rip- Intervention (PT)
Rip is an 80-year-old with a one-year diagnosis of Parkinson's disease. He has experienced multiple falls with injury, including pelvic fracture. He was referred to physical therapy by his primary care physician and has been receiving physical therapy at an outpatient clinic. Rip has recently been reevaluated and you are the physical therapy practitioner assigned to provide Rip's intervention.
Recommended time for completion is 60 minutes.

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