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QOL and health promo

QOL and health promotion

To what does health-related QOL refer? "a personal sense of physical and mental health and the ability to react to factors in the physical and social environment" (USDHHS, 2000)
According to AOTA, what are the outcomes of OT intervention? health, wellness, and prevention
What are three major aspects of QOL in the CHP model? being, belonging, becoming
What are the subdimensions of 'being' in QOL? Physical being (concerns phys. health and wellbeing); psychological being (focuses on mental health and wellbeing); spiritual being (includes standards, values, beliefs, and experiences that guide and sustain the person)
What are the subdimensions of 'belonging' in QOL? physical belonging (how person fits in physical environment); social belonging (relationships w/important others and persons seen regularly); community belonging (person's access to community resources)
What are the subdimensions of 'becoming' in QOL? practical becoming (includes a person's regular activities); leisure becoming (concerns what person does for relaxation or recreation--alone or w/others); growth becoming (what a person does to learn, change, and develop)
What 3 elements work together to influence QOL for children? the child, the child's family environment, larger environment beyond the family
What is CHP 'being' for children? who the child is perceived to be in the view of others (family, relatives, those in the child's community)
What is CHP 'belonging' for children? connections that the child has to people and places in his life
What is CHP 'becoming' for children? child's nurtured growth and development--including expectations from others
Describe a 'good death.' having family or significant others present, being w/o pain, being physically comfortable, maintaining dignity thru privacy and caring
Describe OT's role for QOL in palliative care. Help both the dying person and his caregivers find meaning thru participating in occupation
Created by: abascas
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