Interview Questions On Rheumatoid Occupation

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I. Interview questions Time: 10 minutes 1. Mrs. Hernandez, will you tell me your priorities and interests (most meaningful occupations)? 2. As you previously mentioned you use a walker to get around at home. Can you tell me your home environment (surroundings, type of home, stairs, carpeted or hardwood floor)? 3. Tell me about your daily tasks at home and how they are affected by your Rheumatoid arthritis? 4. You expressed your love for your work. Can you tell me what is your typical day like at work (requirements of a job, work skills and patterns, accessibility)? 5. Which specific home tasks and self-care tasks do you find most challenging, but want to improve (bathing, showering, toileting, dressing, eating, or grooming, cooking, meal prepping, cleaning)? 6. What do you love most about your work and how is that being affected? 7. What are you looking to get out of your occupational therapy? II. One Standardized Assessment Tool Time: 30 minutes Name: The Canadian Occupational Performance Measure (COPM) Areas of occupation assessed: · Bathing, showering…show more content…
Susan Hernandez because not only it encompasses areas of her occupations that are being challenged (self-care, productivity, and leisure) it will also allow us to create a constructive treatment goal by considering what is important to her as well as her satisfaction with her present performance. Macedo et al. (2009) believed that using the COPM can maximize occupational performance by enhancing the fit between the person, their occupation, and their environment. Additionally, they also stated that the COPM is one of the assessments that are widely used, standardized self-report measures recommended by the international working group for Outcome Measures in Rheumatology Clinical Trials (Macedo, Oakley, Panay, & Kirkham,

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