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CSU Intervention I

CSU OT Framework Intervention Approaches

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Create, promote (health promotion) Does not assume a disability is present or that any factors would interfere with perfor-mance. This approach is designed to provide enriched contextual and activity experiences that will enhance performance.
Another word for Establish Habilitation
Another word for Restore Remediation
Establish An intervention approach designed to change client variables to develop a skill or ability that has not yet developed.
Restore An intervention approach designed to change client variables to re-develop a skill or ability that has been impaired
Maintain An intervention approach designed to provide the supports that will allow clients to preserve the performance capabilities they have regained.
Modify An intervention approach directed at “finding ways to revise the current context or activity demands to support performance in the natural setting.
Prevent An intervention approach designed to address clients with or without a disability who are at risk for occupational performance problems to prevent the occurrence of barriers to performance.
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