Type
Word Search
Description

Advanced Hand Rehab
Motor Skills
Assistive Devices
Quality of Life
Carpal Tunnel
Post Stroke
Activities of Daily Living
Tendonitis
Trauma
Arthritis
Customized Splints
Bioness
Occupational therapy
Hand Therapy

Celebrating Rehab Month Word Scramble

Type
Word Scramble
Description

Ferlatte
Portugall
rehab month
physical therapist
occupational therapist
speech therapist
appreciation
october
kaiser permanente
exercises
Kenesio
dislocation
motor reflexes
oral motor
vestibular
motor skills
theraputty
headache
fracture
carpal tunnel
hand therapy
osteoarthritis
blood pressure
chest x-ray

Occupational Therapy Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

used to pick up items reacher
used to put on socks sock aid
attached to a plate, to prevent food from falling off plate guard
OT that has been at this facility the longest Neetha
Newest member of OT team Monica
Name of OT team member with blond hair and green eyes Lindsey
helps to put on shoes shoehorn
Goal of OT independence
sat on during showering, to conserve energy and promote safety shower seat
used to assist with dressing dressing stick
protects and postions the wrist and hand splint
number of OT team members six
name of cup used to prevent spillage sip cup
crossing legs, bending forward may result in dislocation, for this diagnosis hip replacement
putting on a diaper is not a normal part of what activity toileting
helps to button shirts and pants button hook
assists with mobility walker
Name of tallest OT team member MaryAnn
used when having difficulty tying shoe laces elastic laces
name of OT with blond hair and blue eyes Michelle
OT team member that also teaches Robin

100 years of Occupational Therapy Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

How old is Occupational Therapy ? 100 years
What are ADL's ? Activities Of Daily Living
What setting would OT work on Handwriting in ? School
What adaptive equipment would you use to put on your pants ? Reacher
What can you use to put on your socks ? Sockaide
Occupational Therapy can help all people through their......? Lifespan
Would you work with an Occupational Therapist if you had a stroke ? Yes
What tool would Occuapational Therapy use to keep your food from touching ? Divided Plate
Name the area that Occupational Therapy can not work in ? Nothing
What is the number 7 best job to have according to CNN ? Occupational Therapy
What is TBI ? Traumatic Brain Injury
What is the opposite of instability ? Balance
What are some of the tools we use in OT ? Adaptive Equipment
What type of exercise makes your heart stronger ? Aerobic

Occupational Therapy Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

adapt
ability
coordination
enable
encourage
fine motor skills
function
goals
gross motor skills
hands
hypersensitivity
independence
modify
occupational
reacher
self care
shoe horn
sock aid
strength
therapy
walker
wheel chair

Occupational Therapy Month Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Adaptive device used to put on socks (originally made of oatmeal containers). Sock Aid
Device used to pick up items out of arm's length, or to aid in dressing tasks such as putting on pants. Reacher
Profession ranked number 13 according to the US News 100 best jobs in America? Occupational Therapy
Occupational therapists work on promoting ADL independence. What does ADL stand for? Activities of daily living
Occupational therapists work with all ages across the….. Lifespan
Name an overuse injury that occupational therapy can help treat through use of modalities, exercises, and adapting your workspace or daily tasks. Carpal Tunnel
In the schools, occupational therapists work to increase a child’s ability to focus through ___________ approaches. Sensory
What is the goal of OT? Independence
One of the settings OT would work on handwriting in? Schools
Retained primitive may contribute to a decrease in the ability to attend at school, or other daily functions across the lifespan. OT is able to help integrate these. Reflexes
For young children, occupational therapists may work on promoting appropriate _______ patterns, such as using toys appropriately. Play
Specially trained occupational therapists can help limit swelling in the extremities. This swelling is called _______. Lymphedema
Occupational therapists can promote success in the ___________ by analyzing the person, their job tasks, and the environment. They will work with the employer and employee to modify the environment to prevent injury, or promote a successful return to work. Workplace
Occupational therapists work with individuals who have sustained a TBI, to ensure the greatest independence and safety in their everyday lives. What does TBI stand for? Traumatic Brain Injury

Health, Safety and Wellness Week Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

An _________ __________ test performed by the occupational hygienest can determine whether there are toxins in the air. air- quality
Employees must be mask fit tested with an N95_____________ every 24 months. respirator
Employees visit ___________ Health and Safety Services (CHSS) when an injury occurs while at work. corporate
Immediate and confidential mental health support is available from your _________ Assistance Provider (EAP). Employee
The new Safety and Learning system is used for ____________ reporting and risk management, infection surveillance, root cause analysis and claim management. incident
Employers and employees make up the Joint Health and Safety _________ (JHSC) which helps promote health, safety and wellness in the workplace. committee
Examples of musculoskeletal disorders (MSD) include strains, ___________ tunnel, and back pain. carpal
The Workplace ____________ Prevention and Management Program includes policies and procedures aimed at protecting staff from workplace violence and harassment. violence
The Disability Case ____________________s (DCC) assist both managers and staff return to regular work when injury or illness disrupts normal work routine. coordinator
To prevent slips, trips and _______: take your time, pay attention to where you are going, keep walkways clear of clutter and obstructions. falls

Fall Prevention Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

stroke
snow
slips
sleepiness
shoes
risk
restraints
rest
postural hypotension
poor vision
parkinsons
pain
osteoporosis
obstacles
nutrition
mobility
medication
lighting
exercise
poor judgement
injury
illness
hip protectors
grab bars
footwear
falls
fall mats
environment
diseases
dehydration
confusion
clutter
clothing
balance
age
assistive devices
arthritis
agitation

Body Mechanics Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What is the science of designing & arranging things to prevent injury ergonomics
Over use of one part part-abbreviated RMIs
A risk factor that increases the likelihood of inury Stress
A symptom of RMIs Paresthesia
One of the most common RMI- two words Carpal Tunnel
An example of normal activities done daily by nurses that may cause injuries Lifting
A best preventative practice to decrease injuries would be Exercising
You should avoid pressing this against the edge of the chair seat Knees
Increase your base of support by positing your feet this many inches Six
Back injuries account for what percent of all injuries and illnesses in the workplace Twenty
Back injuries cost the nation an estimated of how many dollars per year Millions
Many health professionals believe this decreases the amount of lower back injuries when worn Back belts
Opponents of using back belts believe they cause an increase in this-two words Blood pressure
The abbreviation for The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health NIOSH
A conservative treatment measure for injuries Ice
A RMI caused by repeated motion in a joint that inflames the tendon Tendonitis
When using a computer you should rest your eyes for this amount of time- two words Twenty minutes
A common problem that develops when working with computer screens Eyestrain
When lifting, what part of the body should be used Legs
When possible do this instead of lifting objects Sliding
This is commonly used for hand and wrist injuries and often custom molded by an occupational therapist Spliniting
This medication is often injected into inflamed joint Corticosteriod
Correct positioning of the body for a given task -(two words) Body Mechanics

Stroke Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Doctor
FAST
Adaptive Equipment
Brain
Prevention
Mobility
Exercise
Home Health
Outpatient
Rehab Team
BMI
Case Manager
Caregiver
Speech Therapy
Occupational Therapy
Stress
Depression
Blood Pressure
Physical Therapy
Stroke Support Group
Warning Signs

Health and Wellness Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

stress
coping
activities
responsibility
physical
reliable
occupational
intellectual
spiritual
balance
give back
mental
swimming
hydrate
biking
yoga
eating healthy
no smoking
emotional
debt free
financial
savings
laugh
volunteer
walking
exercise
hygiene
therapy
church
wellness
pray
goals
prescriptions
social