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psychosocial frames of reference

Model of Human Occupation (MOHO) 3 inherent elements to humans: Volition, Habituation, and Performance Capacity (physical and mental).
Lifestyle Performance Model Focus is on a productive lifestyle. 4 domains of quantifying function: self-care, intrinsic gratification, service to others, and reciprocal relationships.
Ecology of Human Performance (EHP) Role of the individual's context - independence involves the individual using supports within their context.
Occupational Adaptation Focuse is on the Person and their Occupational Environment by increasing skills for occupational adaptation
Role Acquisition Focuses on the skills individuals need to intreract with their environment within 7 Categories: task, interpersonal, family interaction, ADLs, school, work, and play/leisure skills.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Positive cognitive restructuring. Help client identify problems and potential solutions.
Indicators for 1:1 treatment Refusal to attend groups, disruptive behaviors, specific problems.
Indicators for group treatment Cost effective and increased social environment skills.
Reisburg Stage for Dementia: Level 1 No Disability
Reisburg Stage for Dementia: Level 2 Forgetfulness
Reisburg Stage for Dementia: Level 3 Forgets important information / difficulty completing tasks
Reisburg Stage for Dementia: Level 4 Deficits in all ADLs / cannot follow written instruction
Reisburg Stage for Dementia: Level 5 Cannot function Independently. Poor judgement, hygiene and decision making.
Reisburg Stage for Dementia: Level 6 Cannot Perform ADLs / decrease in ability to sequence - no more than 2 steps.
Reisburg Stage for Dementia: Level 7 Vegetative / Bed bound
Rett's Syndrome Deterioration after a period of normal age development. Encephalopathy onset (usually 0-2years) with 10+years prognosis. Cognitive and physical deterioration of skills built.
Cognitive Disabilities Model: Level 1 "Automatic Actions" automatic motor response - minimal conscious response.
Cognitive Disabilities Model: Level 2 "Postural Actions" Some awareness - mainly large objects
Cognitive Disabilities Model: Level 3 "Manual Actions" Uses hands to manipulate objects. Limited number of tasks with a need of long term repetitive training. Completes running stitch.
Cognitive Disabilities Model: Level 4 "Goal Directed Actions" Carry simple tasks through to completion - relies heavily on visual cues. CANNOT cope with unexpected events. Completes the whipstitch.
Cognitive Disabilities Model: Level 5 "Exploratory Actions" Problem-solving and new learning occurs. Attempts/Completes Cordovan stitch.
Cognitive Disabilities Model: Level 6 "Planned Actions" Mental Trial and error - absence of disability. Successfully completes cordovan.
Created by: hesselrach
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