Efficacy of Occupation-Based Practice 2.0 in targeting developmental disabilities: Interventions that focus on occupational dysfunction and belief conflict of mothers' childcare Hiroki Tanaka 1 , Mutsumi Teraoka 2,3 , Masahiko Saeki 4 1Sakai City South Children Rehabilitation Center 2Japan Health Welfare Laboratory, Kibi International University 3Oosugi Hospital 4Sakai City North Children Rehabilitation Center Keyword: 家族支援 , 障害児 , (OBP 2.0) , (作業機能障害) , 信念対立解明アプローチ , Family support , Children with disabilities , Occupation-Based Practice 2.0 , Occupational dysfunction , Dissolution approach for belief conflicts pp.436-444
Published Date 2016/8/15
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 Occupation-Based Practice 2.0 (OBP 2.0) is a methodology that assesses and intervenes in the classification of occupational dysfunction while overcoming belief conflict. This study examined the usefulness of OBP 2.0 in targeting developmental disabilities. We intervened with the OBP 2.0 in the mother of a child with cerebral palsy, resulting in improvement of the mother's occupational dysfunctions and belief conflicts, as well as the self-efficacy as a mother and mitigation of childcare burden. Thus, assessment and intervention in the classification of occupational dysfunction and the belief conflict may be useful in formation of adaptive childcare, and the OBP 2.0 showed promise in targeting developmental disabilities.

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