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What are the three types of functional assessments?
FBAs use three main methods: indirect, observational (direct), and Functional Analysis (FA).
What does functional status mean?
By following the Walker and Avant concept analysis guidelines, the concept, functional status, can best be defined as the level of activities performed by an individual to realize needs of daily living in many aspects of life including physical, psychological, social, spiritual, intellectual, and roles.
What is a functional assessment question?
The Functional Status Questionnaire can be used as a self-administered functional assessment for a patient seen in primary care. It provides information on the patient's physical, psychological, social and role functions. It can be used both to screen initially for problems and to monitor the patient over time.
What are the 3 steps of functional analysis?
The three stages of functional analysis can provide a systematic means to identify a problem behavior, understand the triggers (antecedents) and consequences that maintain it, and then to introduce interventions.
What are components of a functional assessment?
Components of functional assessment - Vision and hearing, mobility, continence, nutrition, mental status (cognition and affect), affect, home environment, social support, ADL-IADL. ADL's (activities of daily living) are basic activities such as transferring, ambulating, bathing, etc.
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