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Pilot study of the change in occupational performance focusing on presence or absence of locomotive syndrome: A follow-up study of more than 6 months Yohei Kurita 1 , Ryota Izumi 2 , Tatsuya Suzuki 2 1Seirei Christopher University (Former affiliation;JUJINOSONO Social Welfare Corporation) 2Seirei Christopher University Keyword: ロコモティブシンドローム , 作業遂行 , 地域在住高齢者 , Locomotive syndrome , Occupational performance , Elderly people living in community pp.502-506
Published Date 2022/8/15
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 The purpose of this study was to clarify how the occupational performance of people with and without locomotive syndrome (Locomo) changes over time, and to demonstrate the significance of occupational therapists' intervention for Locomo. A follow-up survey was conducted on 25 participants (16 in the Locomo group and 9 in the non-Locomo group). The results indicated that SOPI control, satisfaction, leisure activities, productive activities, and total scores were significantly lower in the follow-up survey than in the initial survey only in the Locomo group (p<0.05). Occupational therapy focuses on occupation. Therefore, poor performance of tasks due to Locomo is an issue that occupational therapists should focus on. The results suggest that occupational therapists intervene in Locomo.


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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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