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Partcipation in Occupation

Partcipation in Occupation


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  • 1. By Madison ChiltonParticipation in Occupation
  • 2. Participation in occupation Music and dance has always been apart of my life, my father is a singer, my nana a dancer and I love to do both. I chose music and movement as occupations of choice for this slide show as I love to dance and listen to music, I also believe music to be very therapeutic and is present in one way or another in many lives.
  • 3.  Within my fieldwork setting music and movement were present everyday. For a number of reasons music and movement were used throughout the setting: relaxation, bringing people together, everyone can be included in some way, therapeutic, happiness and joy developed because of it, can be used as a reward, encouragement and a moral booster.
  • 4. Doing – goal orientatedoccupations gives people a sensea achievement. E.g. Learning toplay the piano. Madison, C. (2012)
  • 5. Belonging – social interaction,being apart of something. Dancingin a group gives one a sense ofbelonging. Ballet Dance Experts (n.d.).
  • 6. Being – being with valued people.Having fun, laughing, Happiness isboosted by others who care aboutyou. Madison, C. (2012)
  • 7. Becoming – who or what we wantto become. Perhaps a balletdancer, being inspired by another.Simple Template. (2011).
  • 8. Being – The time taken to reflect.Relaxing being totally absorbed inmusic, the moment, appreciatingthe sound. Madison, C. (2012)
  • 9. Belonging – being a part ofsomething, that sense ofbelonging. Dance culture and beinginvolved with the people and wayof being. Squidoo. (2012).
  • 10. Madison, C. (2012)
  • 11. Favim. (2011).
  • 12. Madison, C. (2012).
  • 13. Wrong Movement. (n.d).
  • 14. Madison, C. (2012)
  • 15. : Ellen eggink hooland (n.d).
  • 16. Madison, C. (2012)
  • 17. Learning Disabilities Information. (2010).
  • 18. Madison, C. (2012)
  • 19. Host. (2011).
  • 20. Superior dad. (2012).
  • 21. Word Press. (n.d).
  • 22. Author unkown. (2011).
  • 23. extremem dance. (2011).
  • 24. References :Favim. (2011). Retrieved from http://favim.com/image/247389/Wrong Movement. Retrieved fromhttp://wrongmovement.blogspot.co.nz/2008/03/terminator7-2005_4771.htmlLearning Disabilities Information. (2010). Retrieved fromhttp://www.ldafl.org/page/27Superior dad. (2012). Retrieved fromhttp://ksuperioridad.wordpress.com/2012/01/30/dance-like-no-ones-watchingHost. (2011). Retreived fromhttp://www.radio4by4.com/Home/Blog/tabid/874/EntryId/266/Juliet-Star-a-Trance-DJ-from-San-Diego-CA.aspx.Ellen eggink hooland. Retrieved fromhttp://www.celticcafe.com/archive/Shows/TODM/tdotmdan.htm
  • 25. Simple Template. (2011). Retrieved from http://julianfile.blogspot.co.nz/Squidoo. (2012). Retrieved from http://www.squidoo.com/sugar-plum-ballerinashttp://www.balletdanceexperts.com/ballet-fitness-classes/Prathiba. (2011). Retrived fromhttp://www.indiatalkies.com/2011/05/music-therapy-ease-pain-muscles-joints.htmlWord Press. (n.d). Retrieved from http://peakeleven.com/become-a-better-music-producerpart-3-analyze-pop-musicextremem dance. (2011). Retreived fromhttp://tcwgrac.wordpress.com/2011/04/29/international-dance-day/

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