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Case Smith Chapter 2
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Occupations are driven by what?
an intrinsic need for mastery, we want to be competent meaning we do someting successfully or efficiently
What three things do occupations do?
enable skill development, personality formation, and self-identity
how is there a shift in responsibility for those with disabilities when it comes to occupations?
daily occupations are often delayed, uneven, and less predictable
What is needed for development of occupations?
complex and reciprocal, non linear relationships
interaction with others, observing others, modeling , meaningful activities, learn in socail contexts
meets a basic human need/contributes positively to health
what is the goal of occupation?
we look for child's achievement of optimal occupational performance and participation
what is occupation based on?
the model of practice
Children with CP participate less because:
adolescents with cerebral palsy spend most of their leisure time in sedentary, informal recreation (watching TV or listening to music)
adolescents with disabilities engage in fewer leisure and social activities
activities tend to be more often home-based than community-based
reading,playing with toys
best practice principles of participation is :
evidence based and client centered
study of human beings and their relationships with their environments
the congruence between individuals and their environments
Successful adaptation to the environment: (is there a preschooler that can not sit on the floor and the class has a lot of circle time)
PEO model supports what?
what three methods help with environmental fit?
adapt and match
modify the environment
Behavioral Theory is based on what?
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