Practice Framework

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Section 1

Question Answer
Theraputic use of everyday life activites with individuals or groups for the purpose of enhancin or enablin participation in roles, habits, and routines in home, school, workplace, community, etcOccupational Therapy
2 parts of the PFWdomain and process
lists the areas of expertise OT have in everday life tasks, responsibilites, and rolesdomain
actions of OT when providing services, making sure they are client centeredprocess
Various kinds of life activities which people, populations, or organizations engageoccupation
specific abilities, characteristics or beliefs that reside w/in clinent; affected by presence of absense of illness, disease, deprivation, and disability; affect occupations, performance skills and patternsclient factors
prinicples, standards, or qualities considered worthwhile or desirable by the client who holds themvalues
cognitive content held as truebeliefs
personal quest for understanding ultimate questions about lifespirituality
ability clients demonstrate in actions they performperformance skills

Section 2

Question Answer
patterns of behavior related to ones daily life that are habits or routineperformance patterns
specific, automatic behaviorshabits
establish sequence of occupation/activities that provide structure; PROMOTE or DAMAGE healthroutines
symbolic action with meaningrituals
variety of interrelated conditions within surrounding the client that influence performancecontest and environment
presence or absence of relationship/expectation of people they interact withsocial environment
natrual geographic terrain and buildingsphsyical environment
customs, beliefs, activity patterns, standards, and expectations by societycultural context
demographic feature such as age gender, status, educationpersonal
stage of life; time of day/year, duration of activitytemporal
interactions that occur in simulated, real-time, near timevirtual
client centered action of OT when providing servicesot process
3 parts to the OT processeval, intervention, outcome

Section 3

Question Answer
Process of obtaining and interperting data based on result of assessment to determine interventionevaluation
determining, documenting, and providing therapeutic occupations and other treatment techniques to facilitate improved performance in clientintervention
plan that will guide actions taken intervention plan
5 ways to do therapycreate/promote, establish/restore, maintain, modify, prevent
ongoing actions taken to influence and support impoved performanceintervention implementation
review of implementation plan and process as well as targeted outcomesinterview review
therapeutic use of selfOTs develop relationship; change your perspective
use of occupations and activitesselecting activites based onl clients goal
pracs use knowledge when talking with patients, alterconsulatation
imparting knowledge to the clienteducation
determination of success in reaching desierd targed outcomeoutcomes

Section 4

Question Answer
Rest and sleeprest, sleep prep, sleep participation
educationformal and informal; informal: needs/interest and participation
workemployment interest, seking, performance, retirement, volunteer exploration and participation
playexploration and participation
leisureexploration and participation
social participationcommunity, fam, peer/friend

Section 5