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PEOP: model of practice
Transcript of PEOP: model of practice
(intrinsic factors) Performance Occupation Occupational performance
& participation Environment
(extrinsic factors) Physiological Cognitive Spiritual Neurobehavioural Psychological Physical wellness: cardiorespiratory function
muscle strength, muscle endurance,
flexibility and body composition the process of thinking: visual, language, motor and sensory processing,
reasoning, problem solving, attention, memory. A broad concept that goes beyond religious practices.
How does a person create meaning in their lives? What do
their occupations mean to them? What gives them a sense
of purpose? Sensory and motor systems that enable us to control
movement, co-ordinate & integrate sensory information. Personality traits, motivational influences, emotional
state, self-concept, self -efficacy, self esteem, identity Social support Social and economic systems culture and values Built environment & technology Natural environment Who cares for, loves and supports
the person? Who can they count on?
Includes practical , informational &
emotional support. Policies that affect housing, employment, health, economics, attitudes . Includes politics, law, society. The values, norms, beliefs, customs, behaviours and perceptions shared within
a group or society. Traditions, roles, interpretations of the world. Buildings, public places, tools. Geographical features: terrain,. Weather, temperature, sunlight. The structure of occupations: roles, occupations, tasks, actions.
Organisation of occupations: times and routine. The actual act of doing PEOP Christiansen & Baum 2005) A model for planning occupational therapy interventions Defintion: "an occupation focused theoretical construct of propostion that has been developed to explain the process and practice of occupational therapy" Duncan (2005) p62
explains relationships and integrates theory and practice. Well being Quality of life Underpinning theories. Occupational Sciences
Anatomy & physiology
Disability Studies Top down approach - enables you to think first about the persons participation
in their everyday occupations and lives.
Client centred - not impairment centred.
Directs you to broaden your understanding of the client
Identifies importance of the environments in which we function What is a model?
Why use a model?
Why use this particular model?