Conditions in OT (4th ed.) - Atchison & Dirette - CH.1_terms
|Activity Demands ||The aspects of the task that influence the performance by the person. These demands include the objects used & their properties, space demands, social demands, sequencing & timing, required actions, required body functions, & required body structures.|
|Client Factors ||The body functions & the body structures that reside within the person.|
|Altruism ||The unselfish concern for the welfare of others.
|Context ||The conditions that surround the person. Ex. cultural, physical, social, personal, spiritual, temporal (deals w/time, timing), & virtual.|
|Dignity ||The importance of valuing the inherent worth & uniqueness of each person; demonstrated by an attitude of empathy & respect for self & others.|
|Equality ||The value that all individuals are perceived as having the same fundamental human rights & opportunities.|
|Freedom ||The value of allowing each individual the right to exercise choice & to demonstrate independence, initiative, & self-direction.|
|Justice ||The value of upholding of such moral & legal principles as fairness, equity, truthfulness, & objectivity. |
|Truth ||Faithful to facts & reality.|
|Prudence ||The ability to govern & discipline oneself through the use of reason.
|Performance in areas of occupation (occupational performance) ||A broad category of human activity that are typically part of daily life.
Areas include: ADL, IADL, education, work, play, leisure, & social participation.|
|Performance Skills ||The features of what a person does during an activity.
Skills are separated into categories: motor skills, process skills, & communication/ interaction skills.|
|Performance Patterns ||The habits, routines, & roles that a person adopts.|
|Person-first Language ||The identification of a person as the 1st descriptor & the disease as a 2nd descriptor.|
|Practice Framework ||Outlines the language & constructs that describe the OT profession's domain of concern.
The domain defines the area of human activity to which the OT process is applied.|
|Evidence-based Practice ||Practice founded on research that supports its effectiveness.
Research that supports OT practice methods.|
|What are the 6 aspects of the Practice Framework? ||1. Performance in areas of occupation
2. Performance skills
3. Performance patterns
5. Client factors
6. Activity demands|
|What are the 7 core values of OT? ||1. Altruism
|Philosophical Assumptions (8) ||They guide OT practitioners in providing client-centered therapy that meets the needs of the client & society.|
|Values, beliefs, & spirituality; body structures & functions ||formulate the client factors|
|Occupation ||the concept that refers to human involvement in activities that will result in productive & purposeful outcomes|
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