Presented by Linda L. Buettner, PhD, LRT, CTRS, FGSA University of NC at Greensboro. MDS 3.0 Implications for Recreational Therapy. Goals. Participants will be able to: 1) Verbalize the changes in MDS 3.0 that impact on resident care and QOL,
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Participants will be able to:
1) Verbalize the changes in MDS 3.0 that impact on resident care and QOL,
2) Identify five clinical areas on the MDS 3.0 with major revisions and describe roles for recreational therapy,
3) Detail assessment and interview techniques and documentation opportunities for RT beginning in October 2010 with MDS 3.0.
Plus RT is now in Section O.
• Current importance rating replaces “check all that apply in the past year.”
• New interview for activities preference replaces12 staff assessment items for residents who can be interviewed.
• New question on whether the resident wants to talk about returning to the community.
• Staff Assessment of Activity and Daily Preferences is completed only for residents who cannot complete interview.
“Therapy ordered by a physician that provides therapeutic stimulation beyond the general activity program in a facility and physician ordered services which must include the frequency, duration, and scope of treatment.”
MDS 3.0 RAI Manual
Evidence: (Fitzsimmons (2008) Brain Fitness, Venture Publishing and http://www.annalsoflongtermcare.com/article/8317 Instituting Cognitive Rehabilitation in Post-Acute Care524-7929 VOLUME: 16 PUBLICATION DATE: Feb 01 2008)
Plan: Mr. Jones will focus on each cognitive activity for 30 seconds with cuing from RT twice each day for 5 days to increase concentration.