Vol 9, No 4: 2013

Client-Centered Occupational Therapy on the basis of Canadian Process Performance Frame Work in Schizoaffective: A Case Study

Sareh Zarshenas, Zahra Asgari, Parsa Houshvar, Ali Tahmasebi

DOI: 10.22122/jrrs.v9i4.934

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Introduction: The purpose of this study was to investigate the effectiveness of client–centered model in form of Canadian Process Performance Framework in a client with schizoaffective diagnosis, in order to demonstrate its application in occupational base practice.

Materials and Methods: In this case-study, a 38 schizoaffective woman was studied. Measures such as Canadian Occupational Therapy Measurement (COPM), Beck Depression Inventory II (BDI-II) and Lowenstein cognitive assessment were used to document the differences in performances of the client during therapy sessions. In all evaluations, twenty-one sessions of intervention and goal planning process, client had an active participation and the occupational therapist tried to respect her values and interests accordingly.

Results: Results demonstrate that the amount of performance and satisfaction increased, according to COPM (5.3, 5.7) and the rates of depression decreased from sever to moderate (50 to 20).

Conclusion: The results confirmed that current approach can be a useful approach to improve social skills and activities of daily living in patients afflicted with schizoaffective disorder.

 

 

 

 

Client-Centered Occupational Therapy on the basis of Canadian Process Performance Frame Work in Schizoaffective: A Case Study

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Abstract

Introduction: The purpose of this study was to investigate the effectiveness of client–centered model in form of Canadian Process Performance Framework in client with schizoaffective diagnosis, in order to demonstrate its application in occupational base practice.

Material and Methods: In this case-study, a 38 schizoaffective woman was studied, while some measures: Canadian Occupational Therapy Measurement, Beck Depression Inventory II and Lowenstein cognitive assessment were used to evaluate the different performances of client. In all evaluation, 21 sessions intervention and goal planning process, client had active participation and occupational therapist try to respect her values and interests accordingly.

Results: Results demonstrate that the amount of performance and satisfaction were increased, according to COPM( 5/3,5/7) and the intensity  rate of depression was decreased from sever to moderate ones(50 to 20).

Conclusion: The results confirm that this approach is useful to improve Social Skill and Activity Daily Living in Schizophrenic Patients.

Keywords: Occupational therapy, Client-centered framework, Canadian Process Performance Framework, Schizoaffective Disorders.

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