To reflect on the broad scope of  occupational therapy practice.To recognise the occupational lens. To understand new terms...
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     part...
Occupational therapists workcollaboratively with individuals or groups                of people.
Occupational therapists believe that participation can be supported or           restricted by...        the abilities of ...
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, soc...
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 occupati...
materials based                                                             ✓quicker reaction time                        ...
Glass, T., De Leon, C., Marottoli, R., & Berkman, L. (1999). Population based study of social and productive activities as...
anoccupationalperspectiveof humans and health
occupational nature of humansoccupational problems / challengesoccupation-based practice                                Ki...
Wilcock’s Triangles
positive health                                                                 disease   well-being                      ...
disease     disability       deathearly (pre-clinical) health        disordersrisk factors impinging on       the individu...
disease     disability       deathearly (pre-clinical) health        disordersrisk factors impinging on       the individu...
disease     disability       deathearly (pre-clinical) health        disordersrisk factors impinging on       the individu...
disease     disability       death                                   boredom                                   burnout    ...
disease     disability       deathearly (pre-clinical) health        disorders                              occupationalri...
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 Oc...
occupational imbalance     a lack of balance or disproportion of occupation                                               ...
occupational alienation       sense of isolation, powerlessness, frustration,        loss of control, engagement from soci...
occupational deprivation            deprivation of occupational choice and        diversity because of circumstances beyon...
occupational disruption         occurs when usual pattern of occupational        engagement is disrupted, and this disrupt...
disease     disability       deathearly (pre-clinical) health        disorders                              occupational  ...
disease     disability       deathearly (pre-clinical) health        disordersrisk factors impinging on       the individu...
disease     disability       deathearly (pre-clinical) health        disordersrisk factors impinging on       the individu...
disease     disability       deathearly (pre-clinical) health        disordersrisk factors impinging on       the individu...
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      ...
occupational justiceequitable opportunities which enable people to  meet their potential and experience well-  being      ...
occupational justicepromotion of social and economic change             to increase individual, community,                ...
occupational justice   a justice of difference       Wilcock, A. (1998). An Occupational Perspective of Health. Thorofare:...
Chang, E. (2008). Drug use an occupation: Reflecting on Insite,Vancouvers sueprvised injection site. Occupational Therapy N...
sociocultural expectations for what is            acceptable, pro-social, and legalChang, E. (2008). Drug use an occupatio...
sociocultural expectations for what is            acceptable, pro-social, and legalChang, E. (2008). Drug use an occupatio...
sociocultural expectations for what is            acceptable, pro-social, and legal                          ...if not met...
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  1. 1. To reflect on the broad scope of occupational therapy practice.To recognise the occupational lens. To understand new terms about occupational issues.
  2. 2. Occupational therapy is a professionconcerned with promoting health and well being through occupation.
  3. 3. The primary goal of occupational therapy is to enable people to participate in the activities of everyday life.
  4. 4. 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.
  5. 5. Occupational therapists workcollaboratively with individuals or groups of people.
  6. 6. Occupational therapists believe that participation can be supported or restricted by... the abilities of the individual
  7. 7. Occupational therapists believe that participation can be supported or restricted by... the occupation
  8. 8. Occupational therapists believe that participation can be supported or restricted by... the physical, social, attitudinal and legislative environments
  9. 9. Occupational therapy is a professionconcerned with promoting health and well being through occupation.
  10. 10. blahBLAH BLAH bl ahbl a h BLAH
  11. 11. OCCUPATIONAL NATURE OF HUMANS OCCUPATION AND HEALTH
  12. 12. 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.
  13. 13. 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.
  14. 14. 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.
  15. 15. anoccupationalperspectiveof humans and health
  16. 16. occupational nature of humansoccupational problems / challengesoccupation-based practice Kielhofner, G. (1997). Conceptual Foundations of Occupational Therapy. Philadeplhia: F.A. Davis.
  17. 17. Wilcock’s Triangles
  18. 18. positive health disease well-being disabilityabsence of illness death Wilcock, A. (1998). An Occupational Perspective of Health. Thorofare: Slack
  19. 19. 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
  20. 20. 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
  21. 21. 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
  22. 22. 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
  23. 23. 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
  24. 24. occupational imbalance Wilcock, A. (1998). An Occupational Perspective of Health. Thorofare: Slack
  25. 25. occupational imbalance a lack of balance or disproportion of occupation Wilcock, A. (1998). An Occupational Perspective of Health. Thorofare: Slack
  26. 26. 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
  27. 27. 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
  28. 28. 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
  29. 29. 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.
  30. 30. 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
  31. 31. 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
  32. 32. 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
  33. 33. 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
  34. 34. an occupationalperspectiveof humans and health
  35. 35. occupational justice Wilcock, A. (1998). An Occupational Perspective of Health. Thorofare: Slack
  36. 36. occupational justiceequitable opportunities which enable people to meet their potential and experience well- being Wilcock, A. (1998). An Occupational Perspective of Health. Thorofare: Slack
  37. 37. occupational justiceequitable opportunities which enable people to meet their potential and experience well- being ? Wilcock, A. (1998). An Occupational Perspective of Health. Thorofare: Slack
  38. 38. 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
  39. 39. occupational justice a justice of difference Wilcock, A. (1998). An Occupational Perspective of Health. Thorofare: Slack
  40. 40. 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.
  41. 41. 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.
  42. 42. 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.
  43. 43. 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.
  44. 44. To reflect on the broad scope of occupational therapy practice.To recognise the occupational lens. To understand new terms about occupational issues.

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