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Capital City Health Services - Physical Cognitive Development

Physical Cognitive Development Group - Human Development
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Capital City Health Services (CCHS)
The Beginning of CCHS
Our Mission
Capital City Health Services (CCHS), a not-for-profit organization, seeks to provide collaborative mental health services to improve physical and cognitive development, and in doing so, increase well-being and life satisfaction.
Services Offered
Counseling Service Goals:
Assure that clients receive services that are individualized, rehabilitative in nature and strength-based.
Assist clients with mental illness in leading more productive and autonomous lifestyles, and to promote mental health through service, advocacy, and education (http://www.crisiscenterbham.com/goals-and-objectives.php).
To restore control, meaning, and direction to life; empowerment of the individual, the marriage, the family (http://www.sulross.edu/sites/default/files//sites/default/files/users/docs/admin/disclosure.pdf).
According to "Cognitive Development In Children of Business Owners: An Entrepreneurial Learning Model" children who grow up with entrepreneurial parents are more prone to being entrepreneurs themselves because their parents foster entrepreneurial skills.
Recreation Therapy Service Goals:
Restore, remediate, and rehabilitate patients to improve functional abilities.
Restore independence
Reduce or eliminate activity limitations and restrictions to activities of daily living and leisure caused by illness or a disabling condition (American Therapeutic Recreation Association, 2009).
Occupational Therapy Service Goals
Assist individuals to develop, recover or maintain daily living and work skills.
Increasing function and independence in regards to physical disability and limitations to enable a person to perform the activities alone, with limited help, or with the use of devices.
Help clients have independent, productive and satisfying lives (http://www.otplan.com/articles/occupationaltherapy.aspx).
Counseling Services
Recreational Therapy Goals & Benefits
Occupational Therapy
Occupational Therapy Service Goals of CCHS
an individualized evaluation, during which the client/family and occupational therapist determine the person’s goals,
customized intervention to improve the person’s ability to perform daily activities and reach the goals, and
an outcomes evaluation to ensure that the goals are being met and/or make changes to the intervention plan. http://www.aota.org/about occupational-therapy.aspx
Occupational Therapy
What is Recreational Therapy?
The future of Mental Health
Bibliography
American Therapeutic Recreation Association. (2009). Definition of recreational therapy. Retrieved from https://www.atra-online.com/welcome/about-atra

The American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) - See more at: http://www.aota.org/AboutAOTA.aspx#sthash.SqPF2kSO.dpufhttp://www.aota.org/about-occupational-therapy.aspx

Davis, C., Pollock, N., Lumeng, J., Montoya, C. (2012, May 30). Does physical activity enhance cognition and academic achievement in children? A review. Medscape, Retrieved July 10, 2015, from http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/764365

Iannarelli, C., Mischel, L., & Maher, S. (2008). Cognitive development in children of business owners: An entrepreneurial learning model. USASBE Conference Proceedings, 1-1. Retrieved July 7, 2015 from
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development-children-business-owners-entrepreneurial-learning-model

Medical College of Georgia. (2008, April 7). Occupational therapists use wii for parkinson's study. ScienceDaily. Retrieved July 14, 2015 from www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2008/04/080407074534.htm

Svarich, M. (2014, June 1). Therapeutic recreation: Supporting physical activity and well-being. WellSpring, 1-4. Retrieved July 6, 2015, from https://www.centre4activeliving.ca/media/filer_public/47/51/475170e2-42c7-4820-95e1-6b7d6c20f995/2014-jun-therapeutic-recreation.pdf

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A Presentation by: Nathan, Lauren, Tyrae, & Chloe
Recreation Therapy Service Goals of CCHS:
Restore, remediate, and rehabilitate patients to improve functional abilities.
Restore independence
Reduce or eliminate activity limitations and restrictions to activities of daily living and leisure caused by illness or a disabling condition (American Therapeutic Recreation Association, 2009).
Health is "a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being, and not merely the absence of disease" (World Health Organization, 1947).
Recreation therapists work with clients to develop an individual approach to help them increase their mental, physical, and emotional well-being through interventions that can include physical activity.
According to Savarich (2014), the recognized benefits of therapeutic recreation are numerous and include:
Physical Health:
reduced risk of complications secondary to disability
improved physical and perceptual motor functioning
Psychosocial Health:
reduced depression, anxiety, and stress
improved self-esteem and social skills
improved coping behavior
Cognitive Functioning:
improved or maintained cognitive function and memory
reduced confusion and disorientation
Life Satisfaction:
improved quality of life, social support, and community integration
At CCHS all of the services offered and staff strive to promote increased physical wellness, improved cognitive functioning within our community, and in return help others reach their goals and have life satisfaction!
According to Jean Piaget, knowledge is obtained through action, either physical or mental.
We don't want you to be another statistic
We hope to be able to continue to grow within our community and provide tailored assistance to our clients.
A presentation by Nathan, Lauren, Tyrae, & Chloe
Psy 370 - Human Development: Life Span
Science Daily (2008) Occupational Therapist Use Wii For Parkinson's Disease Suggest:
Hoping to show a slowing of the progression of the disease and a decrease in medication while increasing function.
Because the Wii is interactive and you have to do certain functional movements to be successful, it's an effective modality for working with Parkinson's disease patients.
Participants also perform functional activities , such as dressing and rolling over in bed; fine motor skills, like circling in word searches and carefully moving blocks in the game jenga; and stretching.
Occupational Therapy Practitioners ask, "What matters to you?" not, " Whats the matter with you?"

http://www.aota.org/about-occupational-therapy.aspx
CCHS strives to help people improve and maintain a healthy quality of life. Our work is driven by our commitment to promote physical and mental health as a crucial aspect of overall wellness with recovery as the principal goal. Our organization provides services within these three fields: counseling, recreational therapy, and occupational therapy.
CCHS serves those in the greater Sacramento region, as well as, provides outpatient services.
Piaget's theory of cognitive development is a comprehensive theory about the nature and development of human intelligence.
Piaget's Theories
There is extensive support for the fact that human cognitive development is firmly embedded
in and affected by an individual’s social context (Iannarelli, 2008).
Developmental Stage Theory: consists of how humans gradually come to acquire, construct, and use knowledge.
Aspects of Development
Physical Development: is the development of the brain nervous system, muscles and senses.
Cognitive Development: involves the ways that growth and change in intellectual capabilities influence a persons behavior.
Personality Development: involves the ways characteristics that differentiate one person from another change over the life span.
Social Development: involves the way in which an individuals interactions and social relationships grow, change, and remain stable over the course of life.
I have not failed. I've just found 10,000 ways that won't work." - Thomas A. Edison
Counseling Service Goals: Assure that clients receive services that are individualized, rehabilitative in nature and strength-based.

Assist clients with mental illness in leading more productive and autonomous lifestyles, and to promote mental health through service, advocacy, and education.

To restore control, meaning, and direction to life; empowerment of the individual, the marriage, the family

Children's cognitive development was directy effected by the time they spent outside.
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