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About Occupational Therapy - At Ahura Support Group for Differently Abled Families

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  • 1. 5th January 2014, Sunday at Rustom Baug For: Ahura Support Group for Differently Abled Families Occupational Therapy: Living Life to its Fullest By Punita V. Solanki MSc (O.T.), YFT (ISSA), Level I PIA Trainer, Occupational Therapist
  • 2.  Client centered health profession  To promote health and well being through occupation.  The primary goal of occupational therapy is to enable people to participate in the activities of everyday life.” Occupational Therapy Talk by Punita V. Solanki on 5th January 2014, Sunday: Ahura Support Group for Differently Abled Families
  • 3. For Whom & Where do Occupational Therapists' Work?  All age groups and in a wide range of physical and psychosocial areas.  Places of employment may include hospitals, clinics, day care & rehabilitation centres, home care programmes, special schools, industry and private enterprise.  As educators , consultants, clinicians, researchers, policy makers. Talk by Punita V. Solanki on 5th January 2014, Sunday: Ahura Support Group for Differently Abled Families
  • 4. How do Occupational Therapists' Work? Cooperation Team Work Assessment Patient Intervention Talk by Punita V. Solanki on 5th January 2014, Sunday: Ahura Support Group for Differently Abled Families Treatment Planning
  • 5. Occupational Therapy Intervention Continuum: I Adjunctive Intervention Level:
  • 6. Occupational Therapy Intervention Continuum: II Enabling Intervention Level: (Occupation-as-Means)
  • 7. Occupational Therapy Intervention Continuum: III Purposeful Intervention Level: (Occupation-as-End)  Energy Conservation  Work Simplification  Joint Protection  Time & Stress Management  Posture Education  Coping Skills & Problem Solving
  • 8. Occupational Therapy Intervention Continuum: IV Occupation Based Intervention Level: Return to Home Environment Community Re-Integration  Education about Architectural Barriers  Awareness about Disability Certifications  Information about Country Specific Facilities with respect to education, jobs, national schemes - in Liaison with other Team Members.
  • 9. Occupational Therapy Take Home Messages  Occupation: Is not limited to only “Job” but it is all inclusive of Every Activities [Activities of Daily Living, Work, Play & Leisure]  Prevention is Better Than Cure.  Stitch in Time Saves Nine.  Perfect Practice Makes Man Perfect.  Listen to Your Body.  Work as a Team. “The best kind of work can be to get others back to theirs.” Assurance, Help, Understanding, Respect & Aim to accomplish Talk by Punita V. Solanki on 5th January 2014, Sunday: Ahura Support Group for Differently Abled Families
  • 10. Ahura Support Group for Differently Abled Families Talk by Punita V. Solanki on 5th January 2014, Sunday: Ahura Support Group for Differently Abled Families