OTPF-Client Factors

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Values, Beliefs, and Spirituality

Question Answer
honesty with self and othersperson values
valuesacquired beliefs and commitments, derived from culture, about what is good, right, and important to do
beliefscognitive content held as true by or about the client
spiritualitythe aspect of humanity that refers to the way individuals seek and express meaning and purpose and the way they experience their connectedness to the moment, to self, to others, to nature, and to the significant or sacred
commitment to familyperson values
obligation to provide a service group values
fairnessgroup values
freedom of speechpopulation values
equal opportunities for allpopulation values
tolerance toward otherspopulation values
one is powerless to influence othersperson beliefs
hard work pays offperson beliefs
some personal rights are worth fighting forgroup beliefs
a new health care policy, as yet untried, will positively affect societygroup beliefs
daily search for purpose and meaning in one's lifeperson spirituality
guidance of actions by a sense of value beyond the personal acquisition of wealth or fameperson spirituality
common search for purpose and meaning of lifegroup spirituality
guidance of actions by values agreed on by the collectivegroup spirituality

Body Functions

Question Answer
Specific mental functionshigher-level cognitive, attention, memory, perception, thought, mental functions of sequencing complex movement, emotional, experience of self and time
judgementhigher-level cognitive--specific mental functions
concept formationhigher-level cognitive--specific mental functions
metacognitionhigher-level cognitive--specific mental functions
executive functionshigher-level cognitive--specific mental functions
praxishigher-level cognitive--specific mental functions
cognitive flexibilityhigher-level cognitive--specific mental functions
insighthigher-level cognitive--specific mental functions
sustained shifting and divided attentionattention--specific mental functions
concentrationattention--specific mental functions
distractibilityattention--specific mental functions
discrimination of sensationsperception--specific mental functions
control and content of thoughtthought--specific mental functions
awareness of reality vs. delusionsthought--specific mental functions
logical and coherent thoughtthought--specific mental functions
mental functions that regulate the speed, response, quality, and time of motor productionmental functions of sequencing complex movement--specific mental functions
restlessness in response to inner tensionmental functions of sequencing complex movement--specific mental functions
toe tapping/hand wringing in response to inner tensionmental functions of sequencing complex movement--specific mental functions
awareness of one's identity, body, and position in the reality of one's environment and of timeexperience of self and time--specific mental functions
state of awareness and alertness (clarity, continuity of wakeful state)consciousness--global mental functions
global mental functionsconsciousness, orientation, temperament and personality, energy and drive, sleep
orientation to person, place, time, self, othersorientation--global mental function
extroversion/introversiontemperament/personality--global mental functions
agreeablenesstemperament/personality--global mental functions
self-expressiontemperament/personality--global mental functions
confidencetemperament/personality--global mental functions
motivationtemperament/personality--global mental functions
motivation/impulse control/appetitetemperament/personality or energy and drive--global mental functions
sensation related to position, balance, and secure movement against gravityvestibular functions-sensory functions
awareness of body position and spaceproprioceptive functions--sensory functions
feeling of being touched by others or touching various textures (food, numbness, paresthesia, hyperestesia)touch functions--sensory functions
thermal awarenesssensitivity to temperature and pressure--sensory functions
sense of force applied to skinsensitivity temperature and pressure--sensory functions
functions of joints and bonesjoint mobility and joint stability
joint range of motionjoint mobility-neuromusculoskeletal and movement-related functions
their strengthmuscle power--muscle functions
degree of muscle tensionmuscle tone--muscle functions
sustaining muscle contractionmuscle endurance--muscle functions
movement functionsmotor reflexes, involuntary movement reactions, control of voluntary movement, gait patterns

OTPF Table 9-Outcomes

Question Answer
Outcomes described as1.measurable (used for intervention planning, monitoring, discharge planning) 2.experienced by clients when they have realized the effects of engagement in occupation and are able to return to desired habits/routines/roles/rituals
Categories of outcomes1.occupational performance (improvement or enhancement) 2.prevention 3. health and wellness 4.quality of life 5.participation 6.role competence 7.well-being 8.occupational justice
act of doing and accomplishing a selected action (performance skill), activity, or occupationoccupational performance
results from the dynamic transaction among the client, the context, and the activityoccupational performance
improving or enabling skills and patterns in occupational performance leads to...engagement in occupations or activities
types of occupational performanceimprovement and enhancement
outcomes targeted when a performance limitation is presentimprovement outcome for occupational performance
outcomes that reflect increased occupational performance for the person, group, or populationimprovement outcome for occupational performance
outcomes targeted when a performance limitation is NOT presentenhancement outcome for occupational performance
outcomes that reflect the development of performance skills and performance patterns that augment existing performance in life occupationsenhancement outcome for occupational performance
a child with autism playing interactively with a peerimprovement outcome for occupational performance
an older adult returning to a desired living situation in the home from a skilled nursing facility (person)improvement outcome for occupational performance
decreased incidence of back strain in nursing personnel as a result of an in-service education program in body mechanics for carrying out job duties that require bending, lifting, and so forth (group)improvement outcome for occupational performance
construction of accessible playground facilities for all children in local city parks (population)improvement outcome for occupational performance
increased confidence and competence of teenage mothers in parenting their children as a result of structured social groups and child development classes (person)enhancement outcome for occupational performance
increased membership in the local senior citizen center as a result of expanding social wellness and exercise programs (group)enhancement outcome for occupational performance
increased ability of school staff to address and manage school-age youth violence as a result of conflict resolution training to address bullying (group)enhancement outcome for occupational performance
increased opportunities for older adults to participate in community activities through ride-share programs (population)enhancement outcome for occupational performance
education or health promotion efforts designed to identify, reduce, or prevent the onset and reduce the incidence of unhealthy conditions, risk factors, diseases, or injuriesprevention
type of outcome that shows OT promotes a healthy lifestyle at the individual, group, community, and governmental or policy levelprevention
appropriate seating and play area for a child with orthopedic impairments (person)prevention
implementation of a program of leisure and educational activities for a drop-in center for adults with severe mental illness (group)prevention
access to OT services in underserved areas regardless of cultural or ethnic backgroundprevention
resources for everyday life, not the objection of livinghealth and wellness outcomes
health outcome is...a state of physical, mental, and social well-being, as well as a positive concept emphasizing social and personal resources and physical capacities (also includes social responsibility of members to the group/population as a whole)
wellness outcome active process through which individuals (or groups/populations) become aware of and make choices toward a more successful existence (more than lack of disease symptoms, but a state of mental and physical balance and fitness)
participation by a person with psychiatric disability in an empowerment and advocacy group to improve services in the community (person)health and wellness
implementation of a company-wide program for employees to identify problems and solutions regarding the balance among work, leisure, and family life (group)health and wellness
decreased incidence of childhood obesity (population)health and wellness
what are the aspects of Quality of Lifedynamic appraisal of the client's 1. life satisfaction (perceptions of progress toward goals) 2. hope (real or perceived belief that one can move toward a goal through selected pathways) 3. self-concept (the composite of beliefs and feelings about oneself) and functioning (e.g. health status, self-care capabilities) 5.socioeconomic factors (e.g. vocation, education, income)
full and active participation of a deaf child from a hearing family during a recreational activity (Person)Quality of life
residents being able to prepare for outings and travel independently as a result of independent living skills training for care providers (group)Quality of life
formation of a lobby to support opportunities for social networking, advocacy activities, and sharing of scientific information for stroke survivors and their families (population)Quality of life
engagement in desired occupations in ways that are personally satisfying and congruent with expectations within the cultureparticipation
a person recovering the ability to perform the essential duties of their job after a flexor tendon lacerationparticipation
a family enjoying a vacation while traveling cross-country in their adapted vanparticipation
all children within a state having access to school sports programsparticipation
ability to effectively meet the demands of roles in which the client engagesrole competence
an individual with CP being able to take notes or type papers to meet the demands of student rolerole competence
implementation of job rotation at a factor that allows sharing of higher demand tasks to meet the demands of the worker rolerole competence
improved accessibility of polling places to all people with disabilities to meet the demands of the citizen rolerole competence
contentment with one's health, self-esteem, sense of belonging, security, and opportunities for self-determination, meaning, roles, and helping otherswell-being
well-being is..a general term encompassing the total universe of human life domains, including physical, mental, and social aspects
a person with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis being content with his ability to find meaning in fulfilling the role of father through compensatory strategies and environmental modificationswell-being
members of an outpatient depression and anxiety support group feeling secure in their sense of group belonging and ability to help other memberswell-being
residents of a town celebrating the groundbreaking of a school during reconstruction after a natural disasterwell-being
access to and participation in the full range of meaningful and enriching occupations afforded to others, including opportunities for social inclusion and the resources to participate in occupations to satisfy personal, health, and societal needsoccupational justice
an individual with an intellectual disability serving on an advisory board to establish programs offered by a community recreation centeroccupational justice
workers having enough break time to have lunch with their young children in their day care centeroccupational justice
increased sense of empowerment and self-advocacy skills for people with persistent mental illness, enabling them to develop an antistigma campaign promoting engagement in the civic arena and alternative adapted housing options for older adults to age in placeoccupational justice