Leisure Ability Model

Leisure Ability Model - Ben Miller, Amanda Smith, Morgan...

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Megan Nugent
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Key Assumptions Leisure is a basic human right Many encounter barriers to leisure 3 Components Functional Intervention Leisure Education Recreation Participation
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A Process That Includes: Assessment of need Statement of the problem Formulation of Tx goal Design of Tx plan Implementation, monitoring, program reporting Criteria for termination, continuation, & change
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Treatment (Tx) is: Based on client deficits Designed to improve these deficits Target toward specific client outcomes
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4 Components Leisure Awareness  Social Interaction Skills Leisure Resources Leisure Activity Skills
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Programs Goals
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Functional Intervention Therapist-Led Activities Build Upper Body Strength Utilize A Wheelchair
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Leisure Education
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