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Class Notes for 400160 at Western Sydney University

Introduction to Occupational Therapy

400160 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Assistive Technology, Motor Planning, Habituation

The Model Of Human Occupation (MOHO) lec 10 MOHO concepts Occupational adaptation is the focus of the model The person Volition motivation for occupation (personal causation, values, interests) Habituation process by wh...

University of Western Sydney
400160
Nikki Tulliani
400160 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Assistive Technology, Motor Planning

Specific theoretical approaches to practice: The PersonEnvironmentOccupationPerformance Model tutorial 9 Why we use occupational therapy practices Guide the goals that we set with our client Guide client centered practice...

University of Western Sydney
400160
Nikki Tulliani
400160 Lecture 11: Introduction to Occupational Therapy - file 11

Tut 12 Tut 13 Standardised assessments there is a process that is routinely carried out with the client based on rigorous research 1.Are developed using prescribed procedures 2.Consider: format, cost, clinical utility, r...

University of Western Sydney
400160
Nikki Tulliani
400160 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Scientific Revolution, Eleanor Clark, Physical Therapy

History of Occupational Therapy lec 2 Why is history important Know where we have been roots and foundation of where we started Know why we are where we are at Help give direction for the future Importance of activity to...

University of Western Sydney
400160
Nikki Tulliani
400160 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Occupational Therapy, Assistive Technology, Self-Care

A deeper look into the personenvironmentoccupation (PEO approach) lec 3 Self care Productivity Leisure Gives opportunity not prescriptions Giving the person an ability to make a choice Occupationbased practice People are o...

University of Western Sydney
400160
Nikki Tulliani
400160 Lecture 5: Introduction to Occupational Therapy - file 5

Occupation: Exploring life roles, occupations, activities and tasks lec 5 Empower lives through occupation Intrinsic link between health and occupation Occupational performance and participation is unique to occupational ...

University of Western Sydney
400160
Nikki Tulliani
400160 Lecture 8: Introduction to Occupational Therapy - file 8

Specific theoretical approaches to practice: Occupational performance model lec 8 There are three main types of assumptions underlying the OPMA: 1) Assumptions about human occupations 2) Assumptions about human performanc...

University of Western Sydney
400160
Nikki Tulliani
400160 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Social Environment

Environment: Physical, social, institutional, socioeconomic and cultural factors lec 6 Types of environments Physical Social Cultural Institutional Socioeconomic Same environment can warrant different behaviours Physical ...

University of Western Sydney
400160
Nikki Tulliani
400160 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Occupational Therapy, Outline Of Health Sciences, Developmental Disorder

What is occupational therapy? lec 1 What is occupational therapy? Help fulfil life roles Give people toolsskills for them to do things that are meaningful to them Assisting people in everyday things (laundry, going t work...

University of Western Sydney
400160
Nikki Tulliani
400160 Lecture 4: Introduction to Occupational Therapy - file 4

The person: People seeking occupational therapy lec 4 Illness experience narrative (story) Past experience Perception on what happened Social and cultural context Different for every individual People can approach the on...

University of Western Sydney
400160
Nikki Tulliani
400160 Lecture 7: Introduction to Occupational Therapy - file 7

Specific theoretical approaches to practice: Canadian Model of Occupational Performance and Engagement lec 7 Client centred model Focuses on enablement Order and disorder Evaluated in terms of performance and satisfaction...

University of Western Sydney
400160
Nikki Tulliani

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