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International Classification of Functionting and Disability (ICF)
classification system of human function and abilities in order to standardize the language of health and disability
system of..
Contextual Factors
Personal or environmental factors that influence how a person is able to respond to a given condition
two types of factors
All body functions, activities, and types of participation
Activity limitation
A word used in the ICF to describe impairments and participation restrictions
ICF rejects the word disability
Something that hinders or incapacitates
Personal Factors
Contextual influence on function and activity limitation that are internal to the person.
Environmental Factors
Contextual influences on functions that are external to the person
social pressures
Cognitive Domain
Thought/mental functions
Affective Domain
Feelings that influence work, social situations, etc.
How does this affect me?
Psychomotor Domain
Movement/activities that give an individual mastery over the environment
Those changes in performance that are heavily influenced by maturational processes
learning to walk
Qualitative changes related to ogranizationsl and process change
Some behaviors are not aquired until sufficent growth and maturation have occured
Control Parameters
The conditions in existance at the time the task is executed
Pain that results from standing on a sprained ankle
Environmental Constraints
The prevailing environmental conditions that help shape the movement
Walking on a slippery floor
Emergent Control of behavior
An individual will alter a task in countless ways in order to meet the current conditions
rubix cube
Ancipatory Control
When the motor program is adjusted even before an interaction with the environment
anticipated movement
Physical Function
the ability to react to and act upon the environment using the existing behavioral repertoire
Activities of Daily Living (ADLs)
Simple tasks of self-care
Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADLs)
Activities of daily living that involve cognitive sequencing as well as chains of behaviors
managing money
Psychological function
Encompasses both cognitive and affective behavioral domains
Social Function
Involves all behavioral domains: motor, cognitive, and affective, placing them in the larger social context
Model of Function and Disability
Model that helps to visualize the components of the implications of disease or disability so that an individual can funtion in any or all domains
Disablement Model
A theoretical attempt to categorize activity limitation in terms of the person's social and cultural environment