DescriptionPromoting Occupational Participation: Collaborative Relationship-Focused Occupational Therapy addresses the fundamental purpose of occupational therapy – helping others to gain access to, initiate, and sustain occupational participation. The process of occupational therapy is focused on collaborative relationships with individuals, families, groups, communities, and populations. It builds on concepts and processes to celebrate the strengths, knowledge, talents, and resources of individuals and collectives.
The new Canadian Model of Occupational Participation (CanMOP) provides a critical framework for gathering and considering information to meaningfully consider valued occupations and enhance occupational possibilities through addressing micro, meso, and macro contexts. The Canadian Occupational Therapy Inter-Relational Practice Process (COTIPP) Framework is a guide for collaborative relationship-focused processes of doing occupational therapy.
|19 Jul 2023
|Tokyo Metropolitan University, Department of Occupational Therapy, Graduate School of Health Sciences/Faculty of Health Sciences, Japan
|Degree of Recognition