PEOP – model in rehabilitation

Topоuzov, Ivan and Nikolovska, Lence (2010) PEOP – model in rehabilitation. In: First National Congress on Medical Rehabilitation and Occupational Therapy, 4-6 Nov 2010, Borovets, Bulgaria.

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The PEOP – model is a pacient centered model organized to improve the rehabilitation, everyday performance of necessary and valued occupations of individuals, organizations, and populations and teir meaningful participation in the world around them. The inclusion of rehabilitation occupations, performance, and participation in the PEOP - model reflects the complex interactions between the person and the environment in which people carry out the activities, tasks, and roles that are meaningful to them. The model describes an interaction of person factors (neurobehavioral, physiological, psychological/emotional, cognition) and environmental factors (natural and built environments, social support, societal policies and attitudes, cultural norms and values). The PEOP – model has four major components. They describe what people want or need to do in their daily lives (occupations); the actual of doing the occupation (performance); and how psychological, physiological, neurobehavioral and cognitive factors (person) combine with the places in which occupations are undertaken (environment) to influence success. The interaction of capacity, environment, and chosen activity lead to occupational performance and participation in the rehabilitation.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Subjects: Medical and Health Sciences > Basic medicine
Divisions: Faculty of Medical Science
Depositing User: Lence Nikolovska
Date Deposited: 26 Nov 2014 10:40
Last Modified: 06 Aug 2015 11:06

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