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Effects of Occupational Therapy Program Promoting Well-being in People with Mental Disorders:Non-randomized controlled trial Takuya Noguchi 1,2 , Makoto Kyougoku 3 , Yukari Nishimoto 4 , Tikako Mori 5 , Yuto Katao 6 , Kiyoshi Hosokawa 2 1Health and Welfare Research Institute, Kibi International University, Takahashi, Japan 2Zikei Hospital 3Department of Occupational Therapy, School of Health Sciences, Kibi International University 4Kurashiki Shinkeika Hospital 5Ajino Hospital 6Formerly:Heart Switch Kurashiki School(Currently:Okayama Psychiatric Medical Center) Keyword: 精神科作業療法 , psychiatric occupational therapy , 幸福 , well-being , 介入研究 , intervention study pp.911-922
Published Date 2020/6/15
DOI https://doi.org/10.11477/mf.1405206128
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 Aims:

 The purpose of this study was to examine the intervention effect of occupational therapy program promoting well-being in people with mental disorders.

 Methods:

 This study subjects were users of day hospital, psychiatric occupational therapy, and supported employment agency, and the intervention design adopted a non-randomized controlled trial. The control group participated only in the support programs usually addressed at each facility, and the intervention group additionally participated in the occupational therapy program promoting well-being. The intervention period was 8-weeks for both groups and 8-weeks for follow up. The primary outcome measures used Recovery Assessment Scale(RAS), The Positive and Negative Affect Schedule(PANAS), Subjective Well-Being Scale(SWBS), Life Assessment Scale for the Mentally Ill(LASMI), and WHO Disability Assessment Schedule 2.0(WHODAS 2.0). Secondary outcome measures used Assessment of Positive Occupation 15(APO-15), Equating-Assessment of Positive Occupation(EAPO). The analysis was estimated using a linear mixed model so that the results could be obtained considering the effects of random effects such as individual differences and environmental differences.

 Results:

 The intervention group showed better intervention effect with 5 factors compared with the control group.

 Conclusion:

 Occupational therapy program promoting well-being has the potential to contribute to the promotion of well-being for mentally disabled people in medical institutions and welfare institutions receiving assistance.


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