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Models OT roles and goals

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kelugilu's version from 2016-12-16 23:26

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focus on the importance of occupational balance. Evaluate a clinet's competence to accomplish the roles he or she identifies as importna. Assess the env where they will live, owrk and play to determine if it enales or hinders occupational functioningOFM
Optimize abilityies and capacities-goalsOFM
compensate/adapt-goalOFM
Restore competence in doing acivities anda tasks of valued roles-goalOFM
Modify the context or env-goalOFM
Teach specific tasks and activities using goal directed training-goalOFM
Teach compensatory ways to accomplish tasks and activities-goalOFM
Evaluate each sybsystemto determine interruption to occupational performanceMOHO
Help oatient develop sense of volitionMOHO
Help patient developp skills and habitsMOHO
Environmental changes to maintain or change occupational functioning for permanent disabiltiesMOHO
INCRESE SENSE OF VOLITION, MASTER, PERSONAL CAUSATION-GOALMOHO
development of skills and habits-goalMOHO
Role balance-goalMOHO
Regualtion of choice, lifestyle, and perfomance-goalMOHO
Healthy functioning in roles of choice-goalMOHO
Fundamental elememnts in treatment that will engage the client in the OT process and increase motivation adherence to the threatmetn regime, and increase satisfaction: spirptuatily, motivation, therapeutic relationship, teaching the learning process, ethical approach to client adn treatmentMOHO
Remediate/restore/esstablish-goalMOHO
Compensate/adapt-gaolMOHO
Promote-goalMOHO
Enhance-goalMOHO
this focus goes beyond remediating impairments, and it focues on the interction between the person and the envOFM
a part of the focus is to develop a sense of competencyOFM
Smaller units of goal directed behavior that, taken together coprise tasks in the OFMactivities (performance patterns)
this is seen as a combination of endowed talents and acquired skills in the OFMabilities (performance skills)
___is the abilty to use ones knoweldge to effectively and readily eecute performance in the OFMskills (performance skills)
more reflexive, more mature and more voluntay movemet, compared to first level capacitiesdevelomental capacities (client facotrs)
functional foundaions for movements, cognition, perception and emotional life based on the integrity of the organic substrate, reflex basedfirst level capacities
structural and physiological foundation for movement, cognition, perception adn emotionsorganic substrate
assessment is always a top down approapch in what modelOFM
Assessment focuses on importance of occupational balance in what modelOFM
Intervention may foucs on chanign the env, changing the impaired skills and abilities of the person, teach specific tasks or activities, uses goal directed training, and teaches copensatory way to accompish activites and tasksOFM
Focus of this model has 3 parts person, env, adn occupationCMOP
In the CMOP strenght, energy, flexibility, ROM endurance and pain are a part of whatphysical part of the person
iin the CMOP thinking reasonsing, communication and motor panning are a part of what part of the person>cognitive
int eh CMOP feelings, attitdues, and affects a pesons motivation,,, self-concept adn relationship with others is a part of what part of the personaffective
in what model does the env comprise of physical, social, cultural and institutionalCMOP
In the CMOP all persons have the ability to interpret, mediate and act and reach their potential is aprt of what underlying theoryworth of the individual
in the CMOP the nteraction of mind body and spirit is a part of what underlying theoryholistic view of man
In the CMOP health is promoted through engagement with activity is a part of what underlying theorytherapeutic use of activity
In the CMOP change occurs through a developmental process is a part of what underlying theorydevelopmental perspecitve
worth of the inidvidual, holistic view of man, therapeutic use of activity, and developmental perspective are the components of underlying theoriesyes
for the evaluation process: clients willingness and ability to communicate their perceptions is key to our understanding of the occupational problem encountered. we need to udnersand the problem from the clients perspectiveCMOP
Intervention process of waht model comprises of attend to clients spirituality, motivation, therapeutic relationship, teaching learning proces, and ethicsCMOP
in what model is the focus on the person and how the env contributes to ones source of motivation, patterns of behaior and performanceMOHO
in what model is the focus on the immportance of the midn, body conection in its depiction of how motivation and perofance of occupations are interconnectedMOHO
in the MOHO the source of motivation for occupation is whatvolition
in the MOHO _____ refers to the process by which occupation is organized into patterns or routineshabituations
in MOHO _____ is the prerfoamance capacity refers to the physical and metnal abilities that underlie skilled occpation performanceperformance (mind body spirit)
What are the 4 parts of the open cycle in MOHOinput, person, skilled action or occupational perforance, adn env
in MOHO _____ is external info that typically and naturally surrounds a person and is taken in via ones 5 sensesinput
in MOHO______ comprises of the person, havituation, peofrmance as a pat of the open cycleperson
in MOHO __________ are goal directed action of motor skills, porcess skills, and social skillsskilled action or occupational performance
the theroetical base of what model comprises of thingkin, feeling and doing are inaflunced by a dynamicinteraction between ones iinernal components and the envMOHO
In what model,, heterarchy is the principle that the demands of a context or situation will determine how hyman variables will organize themselves to acheive a sense of orderMOHO
Evaluation in this model collect and use data to help clients understand how their personal perceptions and subjective views lead to occpational performance acitona dn paternsMOHO
intervention in this model foces on changins ones occupaiona perforance, adaptive solutions, and interventiosn take place in the natural envMOHO
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