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Module 5: Matthew is a 19-year-old man with a diagnosis of cerebral palsy with cognitive impairment. He has been attending high school after age 18 for prevocational training and is now ready to begin transitional employment. The OT has been asked to assist with Matthew’s transitional employment. What activities should the OT expect to complete with Matthew?

A. Simulated work tasks in the therapy room.
B. Actual work tasks at Matthew’s place of employment.
C. Upper body coordination activities in the therapy room.
D. Actual work tasks in the special education resource room.

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B

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Actual work tasks at Matthew’s place of employment. Transitional employment involves on-site job training for a period of 3 to 6 months. The OT would help Matthew by training him to perform actual work tasks at his place of employment. Matthew’s job would be pre-arranged by the school and would last 3 to 6 months, after which time the OT would work with Matthew’s IEP team to determine what type of on-going employment Matthew can complete.

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