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  • To reflect on the broad scope of occupational therapy practice.To recognise the occupational lens. To understand new terms about occupational issues.
  • Occupational therapy is a professionconcerned with promoting 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 therapists achieve thisoutcome by enabling people to do things that will enhance their ability to participate or by modifying the environment to better support participation.
  • Occupational therapists workcollaboratively with individuals or groups of people.
  • Occupational therapists believe that participation can be supported or restricted by... the abilities of the individual
  • Occupational therapists believe that participation can be supported or restricted by... the occupation
  • Occupational therapists believe that participation can be supported or restricted by... the physical, social, attitudinal and legislative environments
  • Occupational therapy is a professionconcerned with promoting health and well being through occupation.
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  • OCCUPATIONAL NATURE OF HUMANS OCCUPATION AND HEALTH
  • materials based imagery based rote exerciseRoss, L., & Nelson, D. (2000). Comparing materials-based occupation, imagery-based occupation, and rote movement through kinematic analysis of reach. Occupational Therapy Journal of Research, 20(1), 45-60.
  • materials based ✓quicker reaction time ✓more rapid movement time imagery based ✓smoother movement ✓more direct movement rote exerciseRoss, L., & Nelson, D. (2000). Comparing materials-based occupation, imagery-based occupation, and rote movement through kinematic analysis of reach. Occupational Therapy Journal of Research, 20(1), 45-60.
  • Glass, T., De Leon, C., Marottoli, R., & Berkman, L. (1999). Population based study of social and productive activities as predictors of survival among elderly Americans. British Medical Journal, 319(7208), 478-483.
  • anoccupationalperspectiveof humans and health
  • occupational nature of humansoccupational problems / challengesoccupation-based practice Kielhofner, G. (1997). Conceptual Foundations of Occupational Therapy. Philadeplhia: F.A. Davis.
  • Wilcock’s Triangles
  • positive health disease well-being disabilityabsence of illness death Wilcock, A. (1998). An Occupational Perspective of Health. Thorofare: Slack
  • disease disability deathearly (pre-clinical) health disordersrisk factors impinging on the individualoccupational institutions and activitiesunderlying occupational factors Wilcock, A. (1998). An Occupational Perspective of Health. Thorofare: Slack
  • disease disability deathearly (pre-clinical) health disordersrisk factors impinging on the individualoccupational institutions and activitiesunderlying occupational factors Wilcock, A. (1998). An Occupational Perspective of Health. Thorofare: Slack
  • disease disability deathearly (pre-clinical) health disordersrisk factors impinging on the individualoccupational institutions and activitiesunderlying occupational factors Wilcock, A. (1998). An Occupational Perspective of Health. Thorofare: Slack
  • disease disability death boredom burnout body weightearly (pre-clinical) health depression blood pressure disorders sleep disturbance fitness anxietyrisk factors impinging on the individualoccupational institutions and activitiesunderlying occupational factors Wilcock, A. (1998). An Occupational Perspective of Health. Thorofare: Slack
  • disease disability deathearly (pre-clinical) health disorders occupationalrisk factors impinging on - alienation the individual - deprivation - imbalanceoccupational institutions and activitiesunderlying occupational factors Wilcock, A. (1998). An Occupational Perspective of Health. Thorofare: Slack
  • occupational imbalance Wilcock, A. (1998). An Occupational Perspective of Health. Thorofare: Slack
  • occupational imbalance a lack of balance or disproportion of occupation Wilcock, A. (1998). An Occupational Perspective of Health. Thorofare: Slack
  • occupational imbalance a lack of balance or disproportion of occupation physical / mental / social chosen / obligatory strenuous / restful doing / being Wilcock, A. (1998). An Occupational Perspective of Health. Thorofare: Slack
  • occupational alienation sense of isolation, powerlessness, frustration, loss of control, engagement from society or self as a result of engagement in occupation which does not satisfy inner needs Wilcock, A. (1998). An Occupational Perspective of Health. Thorofare: Slack
  • occupational deprivation deprivation of occupational choice and diversity because of circumstances beyond the control of individuals or communities Wilcock, A. (1998). An Occupational Perspective of Health. Thorofare: Slack
  • occupational disruption occurs when usual pattern of occupational engagement is disrupted, and this disruption is temporary or transient Whiteford, G. (2000). Occupational deprivation: Global challenges in the new millennium. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 63(5), 200-204.
  • disease disability deathearly (pre-clinical) health disorders occupational lonelinessrisk factors impinging on - alienation ecological breakdown the individual - deprivation substance abuse - imbalance overcrowdingoccupational institutions and activitiesunderlying occupational factors Wilcock, A. (1998). An Occupational Perspective of Health. Thorofare: Slack
  • disease disability deathearly (pre-clinical) health disordersrisk factors impinging on the individual legislationoccupational institutions leisure opportunities and activities media health / social servicesunderlying occupational factors Wilcock, A. (1998). An Occupational Perspective of Health. Thorofare: Slack
  • disease disability deathearly (pre-clinical) health disordersrisk factors impinging on the individualoccupational institutions and activities type of economyunderlying occupational national policies and priorities factors cultural values Wilcock, A. (1998). An Occupational Perspective of Health. Thorofare: Slack
  • disease disability deathearly (pre-clinical) health disordersrisk factors impinging on the individualoccupational institutions and activitiesunderlying occupational factors Wilcock, A. (1998). An Occupational Perspective of Health. Thorofare: Slack
  • an occupationalperspectiveof humans and health
  • occupational justice Wilcock, A. (1998). An Occupational Perspective of Health. Thorofare: Slack
  • occupational justiceequitable opportunities which enable people to meet their potential and experience well- being Wilcock, A. (1998). An Occupational Perspective of Health. Thorofare: Slack
  • occupational justiceequitable opportunities which enable people to meet their potential and experience well- being ? Wilcock, A. (1998). An Occupational Perspective of Health. Thorofare: Slack
  • occupational justicepromotion of social and economic change to increase individual, community, political awareness to increase resources and equitable opportunities Wilcock, A. (1998). An Occupational Perspective of Health. Thorofare: Slack
  • occupational justice a justice of difference Wilcock, A. (1998). An Occupational Perspective of Health. Thorofare: Slack
  • Chang, E. (2008). Drug use an occupation: Reflecting on Insite,Vancouvers sueprvised injection site. Occupational Therapy Now, 10(3), 21-23.Polatajko, H., et al. (2007). Human occupation in context. In E. Townsend & H. Polatajko (Eds.), Enabling Occupation II: Advancing an Occupational Therapy Vision for Health,Well-being, & Justice Through Occupation (pp. 37-61). Ottawa: Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists.
  • sociocultural expectations for what is acceptable, pro-social, and legalChang, E. (2008). Drug use an occupation: Reflecting on Insite,Vancouvers sueprvised injection site. Occupational Therapy Now, 10(3), 21-23.Polatajko, H., et al. (2007). Human occupation in context. In E. Townsend & H. Polatajko (Eds.), Enabling Occupation II: Advancing an Occupational Therapy Vision for Health,Well-being, & Justice Through Occupation (pp. 37-61). Ottawa: Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists.
  • sociocultural expectations for what is acceptable, pro-social, and legalChang, E. (2008). Drug use an occupation: Reflecting on Insite,Vancouvers sueprvised injection site. Occupational Therapy Now, 10(3), 21-23.Polatajko, H., et al. (2007). Human occupation in context. In E. Townsend & H. Polatajko (Eds.), Enabling Occupation II: Advancing an Occupational Therapy Vision for Health,Well-being, & Justice Through Occupation (pp. 37-61). Ottawa: Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists.
  • sociocultural expectations for what is acceptable, pro-social, and legal ...if not met, the person’s occupation may not be supported or tolerated and may even be criminalisedChang, E. (2008). Drug use an occupation: Reflecting on Insite,Vancouvers sueprvised injection site. Occupational Therapy Now, 10(3), 21-23.Polatajko, H., et al. (2007). Human occupation in context. In E. Townsend & H. Polatajko (Eds.), Enabling Occupation II: Advancing an Occupational Therapy Vision for Health,Well-being, & Justice Through Occupation (pp. 37-61). Ottawa: Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists.
  • To reflect on the broad scope of occupational therapy practice.To recognise the occupational lens. To understand new terms about occupational issues.