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Utilizing the Person-Environment-Occupation Model in regaining a sense of being through engaging in an occupation that defined the “self”: A case study Katsushi Yokoi 1 , Yuri Fujii 2 , Hitomi Sakai 2 1Faculty of Health Sciences, Morinomiya University of Medical Sciences 2Faculty of Allied Health Science, Kansai University of Welfare Sciences Keyword: 意味のある作業 , PEOモデル , 作業遂行 , 認知症 , Meaningful occupation , Person-Environment-Occupation Model , Occupational performance , Dementia pp.109-117
Published Date 2020/2/15
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 A case is presented according to the Person-Environment-Occupation (PEO) Model. The occupational history of a client with Lewy body dementia was elicited and the occupational needs of the client were identified. The occupational form, meaning, and function that the client wanted to engage in were subsequently investigated. Furthermore, client interactions in terms of person, environment, and occupation were analyzed. When actual occupational performance was observed, satisfactory occupational implication was subjectively confirmed from the client's perspective. With the client as the subject, an occupation-based practice was implemented. As a result, in a diary entry recorded after training, the client mentioned that “it felt as if the self was born”. Firm engagement between the client and the form, meaning, and function of the occupation led to a moment in which a sense of occupational being was regained. The occupational therapy had an effect on the client's daily life by contributing to decreasing the frequency of somnolence.


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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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