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Characteristics of occupational performance and meaningful activity items for people with mental illness in community settings according to degrees of recovery Eri Suganuma 1 , Naohito Shingu 2 1Peer Clinic 2Graduate Course of Rehabilitation Science, Seirei Christopher University Keyword: リカバリー , 活動 , 作業遂行 , (精神疾患) , (SOPI:Self-completed Occupational Performance Index) , Recovery , Activity , Occupational performance , Mental illness , SOPI:Self-completed Occupational Performance Index pp.24-35
Published Date 2014/2/15
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 This study aims to clarify characteristics of occupational performance and meaningful activity items according to degrees of recovery in people with mental illness in community settings. 47 subjects were divided into the following two groups based on average scores on the Recovery Assessment Scale: a relatively highly recovered group and a recovering group. We compared the occupational performance of the two groups using the Self-completed Occupational Performance Index (SOPI), and the numbers and contents of meaningful activity items from a free-form survey originally developed from SOPI. The meaningful activity items which subjects cited were then classified following the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health. Subjects in the relatively highly recovered group mentioned significantly more meaningful activity items and got significantly higher total scores and leisure scores on the SOPI. Among meaningful activity items, recreation and leisure accounted for the largest portion for both groups. This points to the possibility that we can effectively promote recovery by providing support focusing on occupational performance and meaningful activity items in the leisure domain.


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