The possibility of therapeutic strength for a client with dementia: Combining the Intentional Relationship Model with the Model of Human Occupation Katsuya Yoshimasa 1 , Masataka Shikata 2 , Kazuya Shinohara 2 , Hiroyuki Notoh 2 1Department of Occupational Therapy, Division of Rehabilitation, Noukyoukyousai Nakaizu Rehabilitation Center(Former affiliation; Seirei Fukuroi Municipal Hospital) 2Department of Occupational Therapy, Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, Tokoha University Keyword: 意図的関係モデル , 人間作業モデル , 認知症 , BPSD , 対人関係 , Intentional Relationship Model , Model of Human Occupation , Dementia , Behavioral and psychological symptoms of dementia , Interpersonal relations pp.95-101
Published Date 2020/2/15
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 The purpose of this report is to consider the effectiveness of the Intentional Relationship Model and Model of Human Occupation on an elderly client with dementia. In the beginning of occupational therapy, the client showed clear indications cognitive decline and behavioral and psychological symptoms of dementia. The occupational therapist established an effective relationship through the Intentional Relationship Model and assisted the client engage in occupation through the Model of Human Occupation. As a result, these models made good therapist-client rapport, reduced the client's disorganized behavior, and improved her routine, suggesting that the Intentional Relationship Model and the Model of Human Occupation are effective for an elderly client with dementia.

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