(Wood Bird House) craft assigned
· The students will be assigned a craft, manual activity or creative media to be performed by themselves or in addition to additional individuals.
· The student will discuss and demonstrate an applicable patient’s occupational profile to indicate patient’s participation in therapeutic craft activities that are meaningful and necessary for the client to carry out roles in home, work, and community environments.
· Student will analyze the craft, manual activity or creative media utilizing a modified version of the standardized forms found and explained in the textbook “Activity Analysis Application to Occupation” written by Gayle Hersh, Nancy Lamport and Margaret Coffey.
· In summary, Students will indicate factors that impact an individual’s engagement in craft when considering socio cultural, socio economic, and diversity factors and lifestyle choices in contemporary society and how as a future practitioner these factors will impact the patient and the therapeutic relationship.
UNIT ONE: Historical Perspectives on Activities, Occupation
1. Define the terms purposeful activity, occupation, and occupational performance.
2. Describe the differences among task analysis, activity analysis, and occupational performance analysis.
3. Describe the historical roots of craftsmanship and its cultural significance.
4. Explain the benefits of crafts and other creative activities as therapeutic tools.
UNIT TWO: Activity Analysis
Identify the essential features of purposeful activity and occupation and the effect of activity engagement upon an individual.
1. Recognize the way in which the Occupational Therapy Practice Framework can contribute to analyzing activity.
2. Complete the Multilevel Approach to Activity Analysis.
a. Activity Awareness
b. Action Identification
c. Activity Analysis of Expected Performance
d. Activity Analysis for Therapeutic Intervention
i. Activity gradation and adaptation
e. Client-Activity Intervention Plan
i. Cultural and ethnic considerations
UNIT THREE: Patient Activity and Client Settings
Select and adapt appropriate activities for patients and clients in a variety of settings
1. Adapt an activity to a patient/clients’ needs through each of the lifespan components.
d. Young adult
2. Describe the similarities and differences of the occupational therapy service delivery process when services are directed toward individuals and toward populations.
3. Recognize cultural and ethnic considerations when selecting and adapting an activity.
UNIT Four: Skill and Safety Using Tools and Equipment Utilization and demonstration of safety and equipment procedures.
1. Verbalize and demonstrate safety precautions related to equipment and hand tools.
2. Demonstrate use of selected equipment and hand tools.
3. Demonstrate care and maintenance of selected equipment and tools.
4. Use sound judgment in regard to safety of self and others, and adhere to safety regulations.
Curriculum thread(s) addressed:
· Commitment to lifelong clinical advancement
· Occupation centered practice
· The student will demonstrate proficiency in applying standardized Activity Analysis
concepts learned throughout the program to a craft, manual activity or creative media assigned based on all concepts as defined in the Occupational Therapy Practice Framework and summarize/generalize this process to any given task or meaningful occupation for client treatment.
· Indicate an understanding and appreciation for of how various factors impact the patient and the therapeutic relationship.
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