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Melinda & Person Environment Occupation Performance Model
Transcript of Melinda & Person Environment Occupation Performance Model
PEOP: A Short Review
Highlights the complexity of person–occupation–environment relationships
Defines occupational performance as the outcome of this three tier transaction.
A client-centered suited for a variety of individual, group, and institutional needs across the life span.
Even thought there is no "must use" assessment with the PEOP we chose to use the Canadian occupational performance measure in order to measure Melinda's self-perception of occupational performance. This assessment is a great choice while utilizing the PEOP model as this model represents a transactional relationship that is interdependent among all its parts where the persons self-perception of their performance and environment is crucial.
Treatment Session 1
Quality of Life
• First Developed in the mid 1980’s
Social and Occupational Roles
• FUNCTION -> A level of competency in ability to perform and master occupations.
• DYSFUNCTION -> A person’s occupational performance is limited and restricted, therefore, occupational competence is not achieved.
Diagnoses : RA, Fibromyalgia, Disorganized Schizophrenia
Medications:DMARD, Cymbalta, Lyrica, Ultram, Clozapine
Treatment Session 2
Roles and Occupations per client: girlfriend, opens her home to homeless individuals, not currently working, involved with the church, quilting, swimming, cooking,
and keeping house.
Steps of the COPM
Identification of occupational performance issues
Step 1A. Self-Care
Step 1B: productivity
• Paid/unpaid work (finding/keeping a job, volunteering)
• Household management (cleaning, laundry, cooking)
• Play/ school
Step 1C: leisure
• Quiet recreation (hobbies, crafts, readings)
• Active recreation (sports, outings, travel)
• Socialization (visiting, phone calls, parties)
Step 2: rating importance
• The following items were scored in the bracket 8-10: Quilting, Cooking, Swimming, and Dressing
• The following items were scored in the bracket 4-7: Household tasks, grooming, paid work, and cleaning.
• The following items were scored in the bracket 1-3: Socialization and finances.
• Personal care (e.g. dressing, bathing, feeding, hygiene)
• Functional mobility (transfers, indoor, outdoor)
• Community management (transportation, shopping, finances)
3 Point Stretches
& Composite Fist
Increase Tissue Playability
"Feels great! My favorite part of therapy"
Fine Motor Skills
Fine Motor Skills
Increase Self Esteem by
Benefits of Ai Chi include:
• Decreased stress, anxiety, and confusion
• Decreased insomnia and fatigue
• Decreased depression
• Increased mental alertness
• Improves kinesthetic sense
• Improved flexibility, range of motion, and general mobility
• Improved metabolism and caloric consumption
• Improved blood circulation
• Improve pain management
Warm up =
Grip strengthening (3 minutes)
Upper body strengthening (7 minutes)
Ai Chi (30 minutes)
-Ability to cope with disorganization thoughts
Helps Gain and Maintain a Composite Fist
Relating it all back
Social and economic systems
Abilities>Actions>Tasks>Occupations>Social and Occupational Roles