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A 6 year old female student has Diplegic Cerebral Palsy, is non-ambulatory, and uses a powered wheelchair for mobility. The student has transferred schools after her family moved to a different state. As the students new OT, which area of occupation should be a priority to focus on during the INITIAL evaluation?
A) Visual motor skills for table top activities in the classroom
B) Motor skills for managing clothing during toilet transfers
C) Social skills in order to make new friends
D) Fine motor skills manipulating eating utensils during lunchtime

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motor skill for managing clothing during toilet transfers

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Motor skills for managing clothing during toilet transfers

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School staff will need to know the student’s self toileting abilities right away in order to provide the appropriate amount of assistance during toileting. The student is old enough to report what type of assistance she needs, but may not report all details or may attempt tasks that she is not able to complete without help to appear more like the other children.

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