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Theory and practice of enabling occupation: Focus on Theory

In the second week of class for OCCTH 501 at the UofA I will talk more about the theory of OT and how this is evident through our language and models.
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Anita Hamilton

on 15 September 2010

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Transcript of Theory and practice of enabling occupation: Focus on Theory

What is occupational therapy? OT Language OT theory person-first language occupation(al) language OT roles OT approach OT models CMOP-E MOHO KAWA PEO PEOP Canadian Practice Process Framework Theory and Practice of Enabling Occupation function activity purpose doing Where do OTs work? How do OTs work? being existence engagement empowerment participate Person Environment Occupation Model of Human Occupation Canadian Model of Occupational performance and engagement Person Environment Occupation participation River model occupational therapy... it's an awesome profession! OT Values Occupational
Enabling
Objective
Person-first
Strengths-based
Evidence-based Hamilton, 2010
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