Pediatric Skills 3rd Edition by Solomon OBrien – Test Bank
Solomon: Pediatric Skills for Occupational Therapy Assistants, 3rd Edition
Chapter 04: Educational System
1. Which provision of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act gives children with disabilities the right to be educated with their nondisabled peers?
a. Americans with Disabilities Act
b. Due process
c. Least restrictive environment
d. Zero reject
2. What are special services such as occupational therapy (OT), physical therapy (PT), speech therapy, school health, and social work required for a child to benefit from a special education program called?
a. Related services
b. Resource room services
c. Self-contained services
d. Special education services
3. What must be true for occupational therapy services to be provided in the school system?
a. Functional and outcome based
b. Medically necessary
c. Related to the child’s educational needs
d. No requirements or restrictions
4. What is the role of the Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant (COTA) in the evaluation phase?
a. To choose the evaluation tool to be used
b. To determine areas to be assessed
c. To give tests within their competency level
d. No participation in student evaluations
5. What is the parent’s and child’s right to bring legal action against a school called?
a. Due process
b. Least restrictive environment
c. Part C of EHA
d. Zero reject
6. Who determines if a child has an exceptional educational need and requires special services?
a. The classroom teacher
b. The individualized education program (IEP) team
c. The occupational therapist
d. The parents
7. Who are members of an IEP team?
a. Professionals knowledgeable in the area of suspected need
b. Professionals knowledgeable regarding curriculum
c. The parents
d. All of the above
8. How is a child determined to be eligible for Birth to Three services?
a. Diagnosed condition or delay
b. Day care referral
c. Doctor referral
d. Income level of the parent
9. What is the role of the OTA in the IEP team?
a. To analyze and interpret test results independently of the occupational therapist
b. To determine level of service along with the teacher and principal
c. To negotiate changes in the child’s goals with the parent
d. To report findings and recommendations under direction of the occupational therapist