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Occupational therapy difficulties due to hallucinations, delusions, and lack of knowledge for a schizophrenic inmate Hajime Adachi 1,2 , Hisashi Uehara 1 , Mayu Kawaguchi 1 , Takako Morikawa 3 1Harima Rehabilitation Program Center 2Osaka Health Science University 3Kobe Gakuin University Keyword: 統合失調症 , 作業療法 , 刑務所 , Schizophrenia , Occupational therapy , Prison pp.631-638
Published Date 2019/10/15
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 Occupational therapy was applied under adverse circumstances to a schizophrenic inmate suffering from hallucinations, delusions, and other symptoms of mental illness upon entering prison. Early stages of occupational therapy involved active listening to prison staff in order to build a relationship of trust, which resulted in opening a factory and developing a tailored OT regime involving both prison staff and prisoners. As the client's medical condition worsened, a mutual understanding between the prison staff and the OT was fostered on the importance drug treatment, and drug treatment could commence as a result. After that, the client was able to participate in the plant regularly with the OT intervention matched to his medical condition, and the client also received special improvement instructions. Furthermore, the client was able to continue to take medicine after being released from prison and visiting the hospital. This OT intervention focused on taking advantage of the special prison environment and collaborating with the prison staff, which previously had few opportunities to interact with occupational therapists.


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電子版ISSN 印刷版ISSN 0289-4920 日本作業療法士協会

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