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Competency Checklist - Neurological

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Competency Checklist - Neurological

  1. 1. Clinical Placement Experiences Record (Check List) NeurologY 1. Neurological conditions INSTRUCTIONS a. Indicate if condition is encountered with a « √ » in the appropriate placement column. b. Make note of the specifics (for eg. CVA) in the placement-specific section that follows. Placements P T8 81 P T88 2 P T88 3 P T88 4 P T88 5 Adult : CNS Stroke Friedreich’s ataxia Cerebellar dysfunction Parkinson’s disease Multiple sclerosis Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Brain injury Brain tumor Dementia Other (specify) Adult : PNS SCI  paraplegic  quadraplegic Neuropathy (e.g. GBS, diabetic) Syndrome post polio Nerve lesion Other (specify) Paediatric Myelodysplasia (spina-bifida) Developmental delay (motor delay) Brain injury
  2. 2. Placements P T8 81 P T88 2 P T88 3 P T88 4 P T88 5 Brain tumor Stroke Paediatric CP  hemiplegia  diplegia  tetraplegia (quadraplegia)  others Neuromuscular diseases SCI  paraplegic  quadraplegic Other (specify) 2. Assessment procedures and tools INSTRUCTIONS a. Indicate if procedure has been performed/observed with a « √ » in the appropriate column (indicate in which placement). b. Leave blank if not performed. c. Comment on the quality of the performance (C = Competent [safe, appropriate, effective, proficient] IP = in progress [with brief explanation – for e.g. work on efficiency]).
  3. 3. Observed Performed ( each time) ( each time) Observation General condition / situation Mental status Posture Locomotion assessment (walk / stairs) by : Spagiotemporel parameters (speed, pace, step lenght)  walk speed on a certain distance  maximal distance in a certain time Observational Gait Analysis (OGA) Video Autonomy level in walking and demanding locomotion activities Electro-assessment by : Study of the clinical electromyographic report Assessment of sensori-motor function by : Glasgow Coma Scale Fugl-Meyer test Chedoke McMaster Stroke Assessment (CMSA) Motor Assessment Scale (MAS) Assessment of functional status (Barthel or FIM or else) GMFM FIM (child version) Peabody AIMS MAI TIME Development scale (Carolina curriculum, Talbot battery) Motor performance scale (Bruininks- Oseretsky) Balance scale (Berg) Timed Up and Go
  4. 4. Observed Performed ( each time) ( each time) Assessment of deep and superficial sensitivity Assessment of coordination/adiadochocinesia Assessment of myotomes Assessment of dermatomes Assessment of reflex activity, postural reactions and adjustments Osteotendinous reflexes (ordinal scale) Babinski or other cutaneous reflexes Postural reflexes Clonus (ordinal scale) Reactive postural reactions Movement biomecanic analysis Muscle tone Ashworth scale Myometer Pendulum test Pain assessment Numeric scale Verbal scale McGill questionnaire (short version) Dolorimeter 3. Interventions NB : Each of the general headings listed below may include a variety of specific treatment procedures. Interpret these general headings as appropriate to the specialty of the placement. Indicate in which placement these are observed or performed. Observed Performed ( each time) ( each time) Exercises Stretching  active movement
  5. 5. Observed Performed ( each time) ( each time)  passive movement Active movement  assisted exercise  free exercise  coordination Static balance  external perturbation  volontary movement Dynamic balance  transfer  walk  stairs  incline, outdoors Locomotion Prelocomotion Exercises Resisted movement  manual (also patterned movement)  weights, bands/springs  kinetron  others Functional training  task training  bed mobility  transfers (specify)  W/C management  stairs, inclines, outdoors  hand function  oral facial function Other (specify) Electrotherapeutics Elctroanalgesia (TENS and others) Electromyographic feedback (eg.Cyborg, myotrac and others)
  6. 6. Observed Performed ( each time) ( each time) Neuromuscular electric stimulation (respond select, focus ans others) Deep thermotherapy (ultrasounds and others) Rehabilitation Brushing Postural training Prolonged stretching Mental imagery Kinetron Abduction board Inhibition positioning Tendinous pressure Feedback  postural  limb load monitor  strength transducer Rehabilitation Vibratory stimulation Treadmill Verticalisation Reality orientation Classes Other Discharge planning Home/placements/school visit Provision of continuing therapy, as needed ie. home care, OP, follow-up, home exercises

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