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# AE-1001     Work Environment Activity
Work samples are usually to standardize and establish the norms of the mental or physical disabilities from finding the characteristics or duties of the jobs based on occupational classification system. Its content and method is close to the real situation; thus, it is able to understand the subjects' work abilities to relative position in the appropriate group, and also to observe their learning attitudes, interests, work habits and social skills in the real process.
The working samples include Cleaning Job Sample, Supermarket Sample, Baking & Cooking Sample, Assembly Sample.

1. Cleaning Job Sample : See whether the subject can lift up, parallel, stoop, squat down and also maintain balance when wiping on the step ladder.
2. Supermarket Sample : Evaluate the ability of the subject to identify, take out and place the merchandises correctly upon on oral or paper instruction, and to identify, calculate and record the prices of merchandises.
3. Baking & Cooking Sample :
Dough Cutting Sample : Evaluate the performance of the subject's abilities on kneading, cutting, measuring, weighting the dough and encase the fillings under simulating scene.
Meal making Sample : Evaluate the subject's ability of meal making, dish decoration, and packaging capacity according to pictures or written instructions in the simulated situation.
4. Assembly Sample :
Bead Sorting Sample : Evaluate the subject's color distinction, spatial concepts, finger and hand dexterity, bagging abilities.
Bead Bagging Sample : Evaluate the subject's simple language concepts, number concepts, spatial concepts, graphic perception, action coordination, finger and hand dexterity, color discrimination.
Bead Packing Sample : Evaluate the subject's capabilities of text, color distinction, space concept, graphic perception, finger and hand dexterity and cooperation.      




# AE-1002     Jacobs Prevocational Skills Assessment
Jacobs Prevocational Skills Assessment is suitable for the cases of learning disabilities, including intellectual disabilities, learning disabilities, sensory integration disorders, physical disabilities or other brain injuries, used in different capacity disorders to make appropriate adjustments to meet the needs of the therapists, teachers and counselors.
Include 14 items : Quality control, Mail sorting, Carpentry assembly, Classification, Office work, Factory work, Environmental Mobility, Money concepts, Functional banking, Time concepts, Work attitudes, Body scheme, Leather assembly, Food preparation.
Assesses work-related skills according to the observations and activity analysis in 14 major areas:

1. Physical capacities : fine motor coordination, eye-hand coordination, motor planning, use of tools.
2. Work behaviors : task focus, ability to follow verbal, written, or visual directions, organizational skills, decision making.
3. Work aptitudes : sorting, attention to detail, classification sequencing, problem solving, practical daily living knowledge.    



# AE-1003     Allen Diagnostic Module: Handcrafts in cognitive

Allen Diagnostic Module, Catherine Earhart, Claudia Allen and Tina Blue, is used to establish levels of cognitive capacity in relationship to individual potential for independent daily living activities. Employs craft projects devised to increase functional skills. To use this system you must understand the theory presented in Occupational Therapy Treatment Goals for Physically and Cognitively Disabled by Allen, Erhart and Blue. To start, you need the Allen Diagnostic Module Instruction, Manual and several Allen Cognitive Level Tests in both standard large versions. To begin using this system, you will need
- Allen Diagnostic Module Instruction manual
- Allen Cognitive Level Tests Kits
- Therapist Starter Kits
- Book: OT Treatment Goals for the Physically and Cognitively Disabled.




# ZL-8842     Allen Diagnostic Manual
Allen Diagnositc Module Instruction Manual, consists of individual assessments of 24 handcraft projects and analyzed according to cognitive complexity. Each activity has been standardized and rated from cognitive level 3.0 (lowest) to cognitive level 6.0(highest). Explains how to evaluate, observe and rate client performance. Loose leaf binder.




# ZL-8843     Standard Test (3¾" X 4¾" project)
# ZL-8844     Large Test (5¾" X 7" project)
Allen cognitive Level Test is a standardized screening tool to establish a baseline of cognitive function. Consists of directions for giving and scoring the test and the leather lacing project used in test administration. Select the large test for the vision impaired.




# ZL8867     Occupational Therapy
Occupational Therapy Treatment Goals for the Physically and Cognitively Disabled, Allen, Earhart and Blue, Presents the basic theory. Includes administration techniques for the Allen Cognitive Level Test. To use this system, you must be able to apply information presented in this book.




# AE-1004     Box and Block Test
Portable version of the standardized test of manual dexterity. Provides a baseline for upper extremity manual dexterity and gross motor coordination.
Quick and simple to administer
Suitable for persons with low intelligence and/or limited manual dexterity
Complete with 150 color wooden blocks that are 1" (2.54cm) square
Closable box for easy portability and storage




# AE-1005     Hydraulic Hand Evaluation Kit
Includes :
Jamar Hydraulic Hand Dynamo meter
Jamar Hand Pinch Gauge (0~45 lbs.)
Jamar Finger Goniometer 6"(15cm)




# AE-1006     DLOTCA      # AE-1007     DLOTCA-G
DLOTCA and DLOTCA-G (geriatric version) are a series of cognitive tests that enable a therapist to evaluate clients with neurological deficits in order to obtain a detailed cognitive profile, enabling intervention planning for management and maintenance. Both assessments build off the research used to develop the original LOTCA™ series and incorporate a dynamic component providing the ability to measure learning potential and recognize thinking strategies through the use of mediation. In addition, they enable the therapist to identify the level of awareness the client has to his/her condition and cognitive disability.
DLOTCA is designed to be used with clients aged 18-69 years old. It consists of 28 subtests in 7 cognitive areas: Orientation, Awareness, Visual Perception, Spatial Perception, Praxis, Visuomotor Construction and Thinking Operations.
DLOTCA-G is intended for evaluation of clients aged 70 and over. It consists of 28 subtests in 8 cognitive areas: Orientation, Awareness, Visual Perception, Spatial Perception, Praxis, Visuomotor Construction, Thinking Operations and Memory.




# AE-1008     Purdue Pegboard Test
Measures two types of activities: one for gross movement of hands, fingers, and arms, the other involving fingertip dexterity. Includes 55 pins, 45 washers, 25 collars, complete manual with instructions, Quick Reference Guide, normative data and 25 record blanks.




# AE-1009     Minnesota Manual Dexterity Test
The Minnesota Manual Dexterity Set tests the ability for simple but rapid hand and eye coordination with moving, placing and turning small cylinders on a board. The dexterity tests can be carried out with one or two hands. Testing unilateral or bilateral movements.
The Minnesota Manual Dexterity Test Set comes with an instruction manual including : Norms, 60 cylinders, Board, Carrying storage case, Includes 50 record blanks.




# AE-1010     Functional Capacity Evaluation Assessment
Include :
ladders, weight training car, sand tank set, training shelf, ruler, lifting box, screwdriver set, weight box for sand tank.      

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