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Chapter 1/lifespan

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Types of Task/levels of interactions 1.Normative-consistent with general patterns/experiences/normally perform tasks 2.Nonnormative(atypical) not consistent with general patterns/experiences-adapting to disease/disability
quality of life perception of life satisfaction through fulfillment of both basic/complex needs
what are the factors that influence individuals and their tasks? biological factors(how we r built) psychological factors(thought process) social interaction (who we deal with) environment (settings surroundings, artificial, natural where am at)
Health a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being, not merely the absence of disease/infirmity
What does health includes? Motivation sense of control desire to interact with others engages the indv. self esteem
what is well being appropriately able to interact
what is function the purpose for which a person or things exists, (function, purpose, meaningful)
What are the barriers of Function Disablement Disability
Disablement disease that impacts function/specific to the patient. the premise that disease /health condition is a factor of function
disability the product of the impact of a health condition on function
The effect of the environment can have an effect on -------- health
risk factor a personal or environmental factor that diminish health
What are the conceptual frameworks of disablement? Medical model Social model
medical model boo-boo trying to correct the problem emphasizes person,their impediment, cause disease,trauma other health conditions.
what is the focus a the medical model? correct the problem
Social model(more holistic approach) views loss of function associated w/disease,trauma,or health as an attribute of the social environment. manage by change in social policy.
what does ICF stands for? The international classification functioning, disability and health( a new way of thinking)
what is icd-10? more specific dictionary of diseases.
What are the codes on the ICD use for? to classify diseases, signs and symptoms.
Why was the new model ICF? To emphasize health and de-emphasize disability
What does ICF defines? components of health and related quality of life.
What are the components of function? Body structure Body function
Body structure anatomically categorized by body part
Body function physiological in nature(organizes by a functional system)
What is included in body structure? nervous system structures related to movement
what is included in body function? Mental functions cardiovascular functions movement functions
what is activity? is an execution of a task by an individual (trying to put a shirt, pulling over head, arms, etc.)
what is capacity? related to an individual ability to perform tasks in a controlled environment.(what an indiv. can do in and optimum setting with extrinsic factors controlled.where the activity is being done.
what is participation? involvement in a life situation, most typically life tasks or actions.
whats is performance? the construct related to the actual environment in which the task is usually executed.
Contextual factors components personal (intrinsic) environmental(extrinsic)
Personal(intrinsic) atributes of the individual that impact health, includes Motivation and cultural perspectives/personality
environmental(extrinsic) context in wich an individual lives(what is around them)physical,social and attitudinal environment
Created by: cota2016