Ryan's Chapter 9, Occupational Choice

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One of the foundations of OT theory

Humans have a need to be active & participate in various occupations

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One of the foundations of OT theory

Occupations are essential for basic survival and optimal mental & physical health

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OT concern

develop and maintain capacity to perform w/ satisfation to self & others, tasks & roles essential to productive living

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Occupation

engaging in purposeful activity

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One of the foundations of OT theory

Successful participation in occupations provide feelings of purpose & self esteem throughout life.

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Occupational therapy

directed at an individual's particpation in selected tasks to restore, reinforce and enhance performance.

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Occupation

prevent /reduce disablity

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Activity and skills allow

successful interacting with various occupations to establish a individual health lifestyle.

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Occupational therapy

Pairs skills & essential functions diminching or correcting pathology

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One of the foundations of OT theory

enable people to function as a central part of a larger whole

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Occupation

promotes independence through acquisition of skills

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Occupational therapy

Pairs skills & essential functions for adaption & productivity,

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occupational environment

all contexts influencing/ modifing one's lifestyle and activity levle

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3 main occupations

ADL, work, and leisure

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Occupational therapy

Pairs skills & essential functions for promoting and maintaining health

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Occupation

goal directed use of time, energy, interest & attention

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OT concern

mastering self & environment throughout life

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Environmental types

external and interanl

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External environment

climate, community, and economic status

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body feedback

moods, emotions, self-image

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Community

Rural, urban, and suburban

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Internal environment

body feedback

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body feedback

information regarding one's ability to respond to daily requirements of external environment

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Econmic environment

community and individual

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Sociocultural considerations

customs, traditions, superstitions, values, standards, and attitudes