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- Enhancing a Client-Centred Practice with the Canadian Occupational Performance Measure
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Polatajko, H. Polatajko, Eds. The modelidentifies the main domains that the pr of ession has an interest in. Engagement wasadded as a conceptual advancement on the original model as it was identified as animportant aspect of human occupation. This advancement was necessitated by thecurrent developments and improvements in knowledge of occupation-based, clientcentred and evidence-based occupational therapy practice.
Access to data is restricted. Complying with European data protection rules, the Copenhagen University College approved the data processing activities regarding this project and registered the project project number Restricting access is due to legal and ethical concerns. We are according to the Danish data protection legislation not allowed to submit the data or give access to the data used for the analyses. This cross-sectional study was performed in a hospital and a community rehabilitation centre. A total of clients from a regional and community-based rehabilitation participated.
The Canadian Model of Occupational Performance and Engagement
The interaction between the person, environment and occupation results in occupational performance, which is the ability of a person to perform occupations and daily engagements. This expansion is related to how this model can be used to enable clients to choose and perform their meaningful occupation in their environment. The client can also give scores to the level of satisfaction and performance of those identified difficult occupations. This will help occupational therapists to develop client-centered treatment plan, and it will also allow the client to engage in treatment planning and increase their motivation and compliance in treatment. Townsend, E. It aims to complement to the CMOP for choosing, organizing, and performing useful and perceived meaningful occupations in order to addresses the cognitive performance component. In the CMOP, the cognitive performance components include perception, concentration, memory, comprehension, and judgement.
Request PDF | On Dec 16, , Mary Law and others published Canadian Canadian Model of Occupational Performance: 30 Years of Impact! clients' engagement in occupation and meeting their occupational needs.
Enhancing a Client-Centred Practice with the Canadian Occupational Performance Measure
A client-centred occupational therapy model initially developed by the Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists in the s, but since updated, Access to the complete content on Oxford Reference requires a subscription or purchase. Public users are able to search the site and view the abstracts and keywords for each book and chapter without a subscription. Please subscribe or login to access full text content. If you have purchased a print title that contains an access token, please see the token for information about how to register your code.