Leisure Ability Model

Leisure Ability Model - o Leisure Activity Skills...

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Leisure Ability Model Key Assumptions o Leisure is a basic human right o Many encounter barriers to leisure 3 Components o Functional Intervention o Leisure Education o Recreation Participation A Process That Includes: o Assessment of need o Statement of the problem o Formulation of Tx goal o Design of Tx plan o Implementation, monitoring, program reporting o Treatment (Tx) is: o Based on client deficits o Designed to improve these deficits o Target toward specific client outcomes 4 Components o Leisure Awareness  o Social Interaction Skills o Leisure Resources
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Unformatted text preview: o Leisure Activity Skills Recreation Participation o Programs o Goals Case Study Lt. Dan Strengths o Clear & understandable graphics o Helps demonstrate the purpose, goals, and means of TR o Relevant to many settings in TR o Continued and widespread use o Focus on larger issues o Flexible o Group & Individual services Weaknesses o Lacking philosophical basis o More leisure behavior orientated than therapy orientated o Too broad and lacks focus to direct a profession o Developed based on the leisure behaviors of adults without disabilities...
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This note was uploaded on 03/26/2008 for the course TR 169:163 taught by Professor Mobily during the Spring '08 term at University of Iowa.

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