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INCREASING AWARENESS OF COMMUNITY RESIDENTS TOWARD INTERACTION WITH THE DEAF AND MUTE.

HERDIN record number :
103096-19081513420560
Author(s) :
Astrhid Natasha U. Amurao, Jevic G. Sibayan, Lovelyn Joyce T. Vicente
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Abstract :
The study was done to determine level of awareness of community members toward interaction with the deaf and mute in barangay Sto. Tomas and Langkiwa, City of Binan, Laguna using survey questionnaires. An interactive seminar was provided after the preliminary survey. . . .
Physical Location :
UPH-Dr. Jose G. Tamayo Medical University/Medical Center
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OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST'S PERSPECTIVE ON PLAYGROUND USE FOR MANAGING SOCIAL INTERACTION OF CHILDREN WITH LEARNING DISABILITIES WITHIN LAGUNA AREA.

HERDIN record number :
103096-19081415500336
Author(s) :
Denice D.  Del Rosario, Nicole T. Velasco
Source Document :
Abstract :
Occupational therapist's perspective on playground use for managing social interaction of children with learning disabilities within Laguna area was determined using a survey questionnaires. Results show that 98% of licensed and practitioner occupational therapists ag . . .
Physical Location :
UPH-Dr. Jose G. Tamayo Medical University/Medical Center
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ERGONOMIC ASSESSMENT OF WORKSTATIONS OF SECRETARIES OF UNIVERSITY OF PERPETUAL HELP SYSTEM LAGUNA.

HERDIN record number :
103096-1908141437343
Author(s) :
Vernadette D. Catada, Shaila Karen Ann N. Ignacio, Franscent Oliveene O. Javier
Source Document :
Abstract :
Ergonomic assessment of the workstations of secretaries at University of Perpetual Help-Binan, Laguna was determined using amodified questionnaire adapted from Pedretti's Occupational Therapy Practice Skills for Physical Dysfunction. Daily work routine of the responde . . .
Physical Location :
UPH-Dr. Jose G. Tamayo Medical University/Medical Center
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PERCEPTION OF OCCUPATIONAL THERAPISTS ON EARNING CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT UNITS AS A REQUIREMENT IN RENEWING LICENSE.

HERDIN record number :
103096-19081413551597
Author(s) :
Andrea D. Malabanan, Mary Shiarisse L. Villanueva
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Abstract :
The purpose of this study was to determine perception of occupational therapists on earning Continuing Professional Development (CPD) units as a requirement in renewing their professional license. Snowball sampling technique was used to identify the thirty registered . . .
Physical Location :
UPH-Dr. Jose G. Tamayo Medical University/Medical Center
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PERCEPTION OF JEEPNEY RIDERS ABOUT PERSON WITH DISABILITY SIGNS.

HERDIN record number :
103096-19081411131818
Author(s) :
Jeremiah P. Baile, Paula Alyssa  V. Verano
Source Document :
Abstract :
Perception of jeepney riders about person with disability (PWD) was determined using a questionnaire. Awareness of the riders of the PWD signs posted inside the jeepney, the meaning and importance of such signs were also assessed. Results show that regardless of educa . . .
Physical Location :
UPH-Dr. Jose G. Tamayo Medical University/Medical Center
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AQUATIC THERAPY: AN ADJUNCT TO INCREASE PARTICIPATION IN ACTIVITIES OF DAILY LIVING OF A CHILD WITH CEREBRAL PALSY.

HERDIN record number :
103096-19073116023184
Author(s) :
Glady Reich M. De Castro, Marinella P.  Gonzales, Angelika R. Tan
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Abstract :
The study was done to determine the effectiveness of aquatic therapy as an adjunct in increasing activities of daily living of a child with cerebral palsy. An aquatic therapy was conducted twice a week for six weeks under the supervision of an Occupational Therapist f . . .
Physical Location :
UPH-Dr. Jose G. Tamayo Medical University/Medical Center
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USE OF CONSERVATION TECHNIQUES TO DECREASE FATIGUE AMONG ELDERLY PEOPLE.

HERDIN record number :
103096-19081314105243
Author(s) :
Patricia Joy B. Angel, Bryan Arvin P. Corpus
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Abstract :
The use of energy conservation techniques in the activities of daily living among the elderly people of Barangay San Antonio Binan Laguna was determined using questionnaire. The questionnaire dealt with how frequent the participants organize, do proper body mechanics . . .
Physical Location :
UPH-Dr. Jose G. Tamayo Medical University/Medical Center
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CONSTRAINT - INDUCED MOVEMENT THERAPY IN IMPROVING UPPER EXTREMITY RANGE OF MOTION AMONG HEMIPARETIC STROKE PATIENTS.

HERDIN record number :
103096-19080515320488
Author(s) :
Roy Vincent T. Garcia, Justin lance  L. Hernandez, Joverly Anne R. Ladera
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Abstract :
The study was done to determine the effectiveness of constraint induced movement therapy in improving range of motion of hemiparetic stroke patients. Range of motion of the affected upper extremities was measured using a goniometer prior to constrain-induced movement . . .
Physical Location :
UPH-Dr. Jose G. Tamayo Medical University/Medical Center
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Preparation and characterization of chitosan from the exoskeleton of mantis shrimp (Orastoquilla nepa) and shrimp (Penaeus monodon) and a preliminary study on their hypocholesterolimic activity in rabbits.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRDPC030040
Author(s) :
Lemmuel L. Tayo, Manuel P. Macapinlac
Source Document :
Acta Medica Philippina. 2009; Vol. 43 ( 1 ) : p. 63-64 (Journal)
Abstract :
Chitosan was prepared from the exoskeleton of mantis shrimp (Orastoquilla nepa) and shrimp (Penaeus monodon), by a process involving decalcification of the shells followed by deproteination with sodium by doxide solution and reduction using sodium borohydride in hot, . . .
Physical Location :
Philippine Council for Health Research and Development Library
Philippine Council for Health Research and Development
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The proficiency of proprioceptive balance training in reducing the risk of falls among long boarders in Dumaguete City.

HERDIN record number :
7068-19070408360889
Author(s) :
Joshua Pacifico A. Bulado, Dorothy Jane V. Cediño, Kasey Kamille G. Flores, Bonita Shadanelle B. Liu, Nezzel Joy L. Opada, Marlouise  C. Pachorro, King Arthur T. Ricafort, Julian Sebastian T. Teves
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Abstract :
Long boarders are commonly at high risk for fall related injuries which are capable of causing severe harm and sometimes long term handicaps and fatalities. Most of the population in this community involve teenagers aging from as early as 13 years old to 30 years old. Excellent balance is great . . .
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