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    This model is an addition of the Canadian Model of Occupational Performance (CMOP), focusing on engagement as a primary aspect of occupational performance. CMOP-E was published in 2007 and developed by Helene Polatajoko, Elizabeth Townsend and Janet Craik. (McColl et al., 2015). The ideas within this theoretical model stem from the ideas associated in the Person-Environment-Occupation (PEO) model. (McColl et al., 2015). The core of this model is the importance and value spirituality has on occupational performance and how occupation is the core domain that occupational therapists should be concerned with. Core Concepts The constructs of this model include the person, the environment and the occupation. (McColl et al., 2015). Person. Unlike…

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    Mild Trauma Case Study

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    Thoracic and upper lumbar. Medical/Surgical History: Mild concussion (mild TBI) at the injury other than unknown. Occupational Profile Xavier is a 48-year Latino male, speaks Spanish primarily, but also English, lives with his seven months pregnant wife and 8-year-old twin boys. As a head of the house, he works as a printer for a large commercial company. When not working, he enjoys socializing with family and friends, going fishing, and working around his house and yard. Recent fell from the…

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    the profession of occupational therapy will flourish in the 21st century. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 51(1), 11-24. Retrieved from http://ajot.aota.org/article.aspx?articleid=1861753 Summary It has been believed that occupation has a therapeutic effect on humans since the founding of Occupational Therapy. Occupation can be defined as the relationship between occupational form and occupational performance. Occupational performance is the doing and occupational form is the format in…

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    Homelessness In Canada

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    To meet the changing needs of society, Canada 's health care system must constantly evolve. Recent trends in the Canadian health care systems reveal a need for better access to health care among homeless populations, and a shift towards home care services to better serve an aging population. These trends highlight a number of opportunities for occupational therapists (OTs) to assume leadership on roles on health care teams in order to improve health outcomes and client care. On any given night,…

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    Name of assessment The Loewenstein Occupational Therapy Cognitive Assessment (LOTCA) Reasoning for choice of assessment The Loewenstein Occupational Therapy Cognitive Assessment (LOTCA) measures the basic cognitive skills required for everyday function including orientation, visual perceptual and psychomotor abilities, problem-solving skills and thinking operations. The time needed to administer LOTCA is approximately 45 minutes (Canadian Partnership for Stroke Recovery, 2011). It is important…

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    movie, you can see Nash’s paranoia and mental instability arise. Nash is later diagnosed with Schizophrenia and must work through it to manage his work and take care of his wife and child. Canadian Model of Occupational Performance The Canadian Model of Occupational Performance, or CMOP, focuses on three main…

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    Occupation-based behavior is influenced by many different aspects in an individual’s life. Understanding which occupation-based model best fit my personal beliefs was an extensive process. I started by making a complete list of things that I valued and believed in, including my beliefs about occupational therapy. I thought about what affects my daily decisions and my daily thoughts. I also thought about all of the experiences I had as a child and the lessons that I learned. These lessons and…

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    The Soloist Analysis

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    The interaction between the person and the context is known as a performance. The performance range provides a scope of actions available to a person who is trying to engage in a task (Dunn et al., 1994). The performance range incorporates the tasks, skills, and the person’s abilities. However, performance range can be limited due to developmental delays, physical limitations, cognitive limitations, social skills and mental illnesses. Ayers performance range was restricted due to all of these…

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    Post Stroke Therapy Essay

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    post-stroke has extremely poor up until the last 100 years (Galindez, Sanabria, & Borroto, 2014). Coincidentally, within the last 100 years, the field of occupational therapy has also been growing, developing, and advancing rehabilitation treatment itself, especially in the area of stroke therapy. A century ago a stroke would produce severe, long-lasting deficits. However, today a stroke patient is more likely than ever to recover both mentally and physically, and go on to live a healthy and…

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    In order to provide quality and effective occupational therapy care, it is important for each practitioner to know what their personal perspective and philosophy is concerning occupational therapy and treatment. Being able to articulate “our philosophies of practice can lead us to greater insight with respect to our own practices, but equally importantly to insights about the systems within which we work” (Kinsella, ).Development of personal perspective occurs over a lifetime and will take on…

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