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Enrico C. Aguila July 6, 2009This material was developed by Enrico C. Aguila for use of students of OT100: Perspectives in Occupational Therapy and Rehabilitation, AY 2009-2010, of the College of Allied Medical Professions, University of the Philippines, Manila. Please obtain permission before use.

Define common terminology related to the practice of OT. Occupation Occupational therapy Occupational Science

Describe the International Classification of Health, Disability and Functioning Describe the OT Practice Framework Describe the domain of OT Describe the OT processThis material was developed by Enrico C. Aguila for use of students of OT100: Perspectives in Occupational Therapy and Rehabilitation, AY 2009-2010, of the College of Allied Medical Professions, University of the Philippines, Manila. Please obtain permission before use.

Occupation is intentional human performance organized in number and kind to meet the demands of self maintenance and identity in the family and community (Crabtree, 1998).

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Occupation is composed of daily tasks and purposeful activities in which we engage, coupled with the meaning or personal, subjective value these tasks and activities provide.

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Occupational Therapy (WFOT, 2005)

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Occupational Science is the study of human activity, of everyday living. An academic discipline, it focuses on the benefits of productive, social and physical activity (called occupation in the discipline) in peoples everyday lives.This material was developed by Enrico C. Aguila for use of students of OT100: Perspectives in Occupational Therapy and Rehabilitation, AY 2009-2010, of the College of Allied Medical Professions, University of the Philippines, Manila. Please obtain permission before use.

This material was developed by Enrico C. Aguila for use of students of OT100: Perspectives in Occupational Therapy and Rehabilitation, AY 2009-2010, of the College of Allied Medical Professions, University of the Philippines, Manila. Please obtain permission before use.

Occupational Science was founded at USC in 1989, largely through the efforts of Dr. Elizabeth J. Yerxa Its purpose was to provide the Occupational Therapy profession with its own scientific base for practice Academic discipline that generates knowledge about the impact of daily activities on the health of individuals, communities, nations and the world.

What gives human activities meaning? How is meaning experienced? What are the health promoting benefits of occupation? What happens to people when their occupations must change? What are the cultural influences on the nature and meaning of occupation? How do gender, class, or other social factors influence occupational pursuits?This material was developed by Enrico C. Aguila for use of students of OT100: Perspectives in Occupational Therapy and Rehabilitation, AY 2009-2010, of the College of Allied Medical Professions, University of the Philippines, Manila. Please obtain permission before use.

What are the biological bases for our daily orchestration of occupations? How do neurobiological structures and processes effect human engagement in the world? How do different types of engagement in the world alter neurobiological structures and processes?

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WHOs framework for health and disability Conceptual basis for the definition, measurement and policy formulations for health and disability Universal classification of disability and health for use in health and health related sectors Most important purpose: planning and policy tool for decision makersThis material was developed by Enrico C. Aguila for use of students of OT100: Perspectives in Occupational Therapy and Rehabilitation, AY 2009-2010, of the College of Allied Medical Professions, University of the Philippines, Manila. Please obtain permission before use.

Medical Model

Social Model

Synthesizes things that are true in the medical and social models, without making the mistakes each makes in reducing the complex notion of disability to one of its aspects

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Health Condition (disorder/disease)Body function&structure (Impairment) (Impairment) Activities (Limitation) Participation (Restriction)

Environmental Factors

Personal Factors

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Health conditions

Contextual factorsThis material was developed by Enrico C. Aguila for use of students of OT100: Perspectives in Occupational Therapy and Rehabilitation, AY 2009-2010, of the College of Allied Medical Professions, University of the Philippines, Manila. Please obtain permission before use.

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This material was developed by Enrico C. Aguila for use of students of OT100: Perspectives in Occupational Therapy and Rehabilitation, AY 2009-2010, of the College of Allied Medical Professions, University of the Philippines, Manila. Please obtain permission before use.

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Mental functions Sensory functions and pain Voice and speech functions Functions of the cardiovascular, haematological, immunological and respiratory systems Functions of the digestive, metabolic and endocrine systemsGenitourinary and reproductive functions Neuromusculoskeletal and movementmovement-related functions Functions of the skin and related structures

Structures of the nervous system Structures involved in voice and speech Structures of the cardiovascular, immunological and respiratory systems Structures related to the digestive, metabolic and endocrine systems Structures related to the genitourinary and reproductive systems Structures related to movement Skin and related structures

Body functions

Body structures

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The execution of a task or action by an individual

Difficulties an individual may have in executing activities

Involvement in a life situation

Problems an individual may experience in involvement in life situations

Health Condition

Impairment

Activity Limitation

Participation Restriction

Panic Disorder

Anxiety

Not capable of going out alone Incapable of using public transportation

Peoples reactions lead to no social relationships Lack of accommodations in public transportation leads to no participation in religious activities Denied employment because of employers prejudice

Spinal Injury

Paralysis

Person who formerly suffered from a psychotic disorder

None

None

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