Case Study
Therapeutic
Power
Canadian Model
Canadian + Case Study
Canadian + Case Study
100

Based on Hank's Case Study which of his occupational engagement is passive...

Watching his son play baseball

100

What are the 3 main components that make up therapeutic power?

Appeal

Intactness

Accuracy

100

What is occupational load

The number of roles, tasks, and occupations a person experiences during a specified time period.

100

What is an example of a social environment factor in the case study?

Son, granddaughter, sister, church family

100

What is an example of a virtual environment factor in the case study? 

Phone

200

Based on Hank's Case study what are examples of occupational performance?

cooking, cleaning, watching/playing with his granddaughter

200

What are the three sections that make up appeal?

Productivity

Pleasure

Restoration

200

How is occupational performance described?

The ability to perform/ the “doing” of the occupation.

200

What is an example of a cultural environment factor in the case study?

Church

200

What is the end goal/ outcome of the Canadian model?

Occupational engagement

300

What are Hank's roles?

Widow, dad, grandpa, retired postal worker, homeowner, sport spectator

300

What three sections make up intactness?

Spatial

Temporal

Sociocultural

300

How does the Canadian model describe occupational engagement? How does one achieve occupational engagement?

You gain from the “doing” of the occupation; through occupational performance.

300
How can Hank's therapist support their reasoning regarding the treatment plan? 

By using evidence-based practice, occupational science.

300

What is an example of occupational performance not related to the case study?

Multiple answers (playing a sport)

400

What makes up Hank's occupational load?

Increased tasks since his wife has passed (cooking/cleaning)

Watching/caring for his granddaughter

Responsible for taking care of home

400

Give an example of temporal intactness.

Relates to the use of time, habits and routines

400

How does the Canadian model view the environment?

Considers the fit between the person and their environment

Addresses issues of social integrity that arise from a mismatch between the person and the environment

400

What is an example of an institutional environment factor in the case study?

Outpatient clinic, church

400

What is an example of occupational engagement not related to the case study?

Multiple answers (watching a sporting event, can be passive)

500

What is an example of a physical environment factor in the case study?

His house, church, baseball field

500

What three sections make up accuracy?

Therapist design skills

Collaborative Occupational Goal Generation

Precision fit of Intervention to Goal

500

What are the 5 environmental factors in the Canadian model?

Physical, social, cultural, institutional, virtual

500

Explain what happens when the fit between the person and environment is good. What does this lead to?

Good fit + good performance

Leads to higher engagement

500

If Hank has occupational overload he will experience ______________ ____________

occupational dysfunction

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