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Transcript of PEO MODEL
A perfect balance of
PEO Model is...
Derived from environment- behavioral theories
To facilitate occupational therapists' understanding of the dynamic nature of occupational performance
To show the transactional relationship between person, environment, and occupation
4. February. 2014.
Adjust the activity demands
Reconfigure the environmental contexts.
creating a baseline by identifying transactional relationships.
Standardized assessment (SAFER tool, COPM)
Environment Preference Questionnaire
Person Environment Fit Scale
Optimal occupational performance
Transactional relationship among person, environment, and occupation
Includes all areas of occupational performance
Hardest to Change
Working with community members to establish a social environment
Adapting to any kind of environmental context
Adjusting activity demands of the occupation
Pre and Post testing
Working with all support systems of the individual
Can you relate?
What's your personal story/example?
Very little research detailing the PEO
Circle of Contagiousness...
Quantity. & Quality.
PEO Model :)
Easy to explain
Facilitates an emphasis on performance
What are you
Q and A...
or just Q
DISCUSSION. . .
1. Where have you seen the PEO...
in real life, literature, or in the media?
2. What ways could you assess and intervene a group with the the PEO model?
3. What clinical settings would the PEO model be most beneficial?
ARE YOU READY?
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1. PEO stands for...
2. The PEO model involves *thinking* in the ______ direction.
3. What is the end result of using the PEO model?
(a). Occupational balance
(b). Occupational fulfillment
(c). Occupational performance
(d). Occupational deprivation
(a). Person, Ecology, Occupation
(b). Person, Environment, Occupation
(c). Person, Exceptional, Outcome
(d). Plain, Extraordinary, Omnipotent
People = Complex. (synchronization is difficult)
Continuous and ever-changing process throughout lifespan
Doesn't focus on performance skills of the person.
Still a young theory with little research
Not one specific assessment tool or intervention method
"The model is defined by its attempt to describe what people do in their daily lives, what motivates them, and how their personal characteristics combine with the situations in which occupations are undertaken to influence successful occupational performance."
(Maclean, F. 2012, p.556)
The PEO Model. . .
". . . is a useful tool to examine complex occupational performance issues in hospitals."
". . . offers occupational therapists the opportunity to articulate to all people the scope of their practice and how it influences outcomes."
". . . my not be as in depth of a model to tackle complex conditions such as a stroke."
(Maclean, F. 2012, p.559)
Law, M., & Others, A. (1996). The person-environment-occupation model: A transactive approach to occupational performance. Canadian Journal of Occupational Therapy, 63(1), 9-23.
Maclean, F., Carin-Levy, G., Hunter, H., Malcolmson, L., & Locke, E. (2012). The usefulness of the person-environment- occupation model in an acute physical health care setting. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 75(12), 555-562. doi:10.4276/030802212X13548955545530
McMaster University. (2008). Law, Mary. Retrieved February 1, 2014, from http://www.srs-mcmaster.ca/FacultyStaffnbsp/Faculty/LawMary/tabid/649/Default.aspx
Possibilities of evaluation of the needs of a client in occupational performance. (2011). Gymnasium: Journal of Physical Education & Sports, 12(1), 55-59.
Stewart, D., Letts, L., Law, M., Cooper, B. A., Strong, S., & Rigby, P. J. (2002). The person-environment-occupation model. Theories Derived from Occupational Behavior Perspectives, 227-233.
Let's Learn how YOU can create a PEO optimal performance art project :)
Developed the PEO Model, 1996, with a group of five other occupational therapists at McMaster University
The group of OT's reviewed the literature in multiple fields of study and applied relevant themes to current occupational therapy practice
Professor at the School of Rehabilitation Science at McMaster University, Ontario, Canada
Lead author of the Canadian Occupational Performance Model
Currently researches interventions and outcomes of children with disabilities and the effects of environmental factors
IL's & Music
PEO. PEOP. EHP.
- abilities, experiences
- cultural, socioeconomic, institutional, physical, and social domains
- meaningful and purposeful activities
Looks at. . .
Client factors of the person
Contexts of the environment
Activity demands of the occupation
Persons have an innate drive to explore their environment and demonstrate mastery within it.
Competence is reached when a person is able to perform skills that meet his/her own personal needs.
Person is able to use resources (personal, social, material)
Persons gain self fulfillment and identity from meaningful participationin occupations
Adaptation is achieved by confronting challenges of everyday living and by using resources to master demands.
Circle of Contagiousness