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Basic PT Skills F10

Disablement Model

disablement the functional consequences of acute or chronic conditions that compromise basic human performance and a person's ability to meet necessary, expected & desired societal functions and roles
The disablement process -application of the process shifts the focus of patient management from treatment of a condition to treatment of the impact the condition has on the patient's function *bi-directional process
Nagi Model of Disablement -active pathology at the cellular/ tissue level => impairment at the organ/ system level => functional limitation at the level of the individual => disability at the societal level
International Classification of Functioning, Disability & Health (ICF) -bio-psycho-social model of disablement -impairment of a body structure & function at the organ/system level=>activity limitation at the level of the person=>participation restriction at the societal level -impact of environ & personal factors on f, d &
functional limitation characterized by a decreased ability to perform actions in an efficient or typically expected manner
task analyze break down components: to paint a ceiling you need to be able to reach overhead, grip a roller, climb a ladder, look up, etc
disability the inability to perform or participate in activities or tasks related to fulfilling personal or societal expectations/ obligations
Created by: CWestrick