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3 Interacting Elements of a Person's Characteristics (MOHO) 1. Volition 2. Habituation 3. Performance Capacity
Term: Volition The process by which people are motivated towards and choose the activities that they do.
Volition consists of thoughts and feelings that: 1. Anticipate possibilities for doing 2. Choosing what to do 3. Experience what one does 4. Interpretation of the experience
Thoughts and Feeling that Make up Volition 1. Pesonal causation 2. Values 3. Interests
Volition shapes... (3) 1. How people see opportunities and & challenges in their environment 2. What people choose to do. 3. How they experience what they have done
Term: Personal Causation One's sense of competence and effectiveness
Term: Values Beliefs about what is important and meaningful to do.
Term: Interests What one finds enjoyable or satisfying to do
Term: Habituation Process where people organize their actions into habits and routines.
Term: Habits Involve learned ways of doing things that unfold automatically
Term: Roles Give people an identity and obligations that go with the identity.
Learning a new role involves ________ an identity, an ______ and an expected way of ________ internalizing; outlook; behaving
Term: Performance Capacity Underlying mental and physical disabilities and how they are used and experienced in performance.
Capacity for performance is affected by the status of.... 1. Musculoskeletal 2. Neurological 3. Cardiopulmonary 4. Other body system
According to MOHO, occupation results from interaction of _______ of the person (VHP) with the _________ inner characteristics; environment
Environment includes.... 1. Objects used. 2. Spaces 3. Occupational tasks 4. Social groups within the context 5. Culture, political an economic forces
3 Levels for Examining What a Person Does Occupational participation Occupational performance Occupational skill
Occupational Participation Engagement in work, play or ADLs necessary for well-being
Occupational Performance Doing an occupational task
Occupational Skills Goal-directed actions that a person uses while performing (motor, process, communication and interaction skills)
Occupational Identity Person's sense of who they are and wish to become as occupational beings
Occupational Competence Degree to which one can sustain a pattern of doing that enacts their occupational identity
Occupational Adaptation Process of creating and enacting a positive occupational identity
Occupational Narrative Story integrating across time one's unfolding VHP&E and assigns meaning to these elements.
6 Steps of Therapeutic Reasoning 1. Questions about client 2. Gathering information 3. Creating explanation of client's situation 4. Generating goals and strategies for therapy 5. Implementing and monitoring therapy 6. Determining outcomes of therapy
Re-motivation Process Standardized intervention for clients who have volitional problems
3 Levels of Remotivation Process Exploration Competence Achievement
Enabling Self-Determination Program Interventions designed to enhance volition and support development of routines, habits, and skills for new roles.
Created by: lkrisch
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