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An OT is conducting an evaluation on a 8 year old boy who has moderate joint contractures. The OT has made goals for the child to dress independently. To help the student compensate for his deficits, what adaptation would be the most useful?
A) Place the pants and shirts in two separate piles
B) Place the clothes near the patient and provide a visual checklist
C) Long-handed reacher and a zipper hook
D) Quad cane and mobile arm support

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Asked on February 15, 2017 6:43 pm
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When a patient has arthrogryposis, joint contractures, they are unable to perform active extension and flexion in the affected joint or joints. To assist with dressing tasks, a long-handed reacher and a zipper hook will help them with their independence.

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Answered on February 16, 2017 1:35 pm
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