A Guide to the Formulation of Plans and Goals in Occupational Therapy
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This practical guide for occupational therapists introduces a tried and tested method for moving from assessment to intervention, by formulating plans and measurable goals using the influential Model of Human occupation (MOHO).
Section 1 introduces the concept of formulation – where it comes from, what it involves, why it is important, and how assessment information can be guided by theoretical frameworks and organised into a flowing narrative. Section 2 provides specific instructions for constructing occupational formulations using the Model of Human Occupation. In addition, a radically new way for creating aspirational goals is introduced - based on a simple acronym - which will enable occupational therapists to measure sustained changes rather than single actions. Section 3 presents 20 example occupational formulations and goals, from a wide range of mental health, physical health and learning disability settings, as well as a prison service, and services for homeless people and asylum seekers.
Designed for practising occupational therapists and occupational students, this is an essential introduction for all those who are looking for an effective way to formulate plans and goals based on the Model of Human Occupation.
Table of Contents
Section 1:Understanding the concept of formulation
1. Where does the idea of formulation come from?
2. What is a formulation?
3. Why create a formulation?
4. How are formulations compiled?
Section 2: Constructing Occupational Formulations and Goals
5. Structuring the Occupational Identity section
6. Structuring the Occupational Competence section
7. Determining the Key Issues for Occupational Adaptation
8. Wrapping up the formulation
9. Negotiating measurable occupational goals
Section 3.Example Occupational Formulations and Goals
I. Paediatric Service
II. Children’s Mental Health Service
III. Adolescent Mental Health Service
IV. Perinatal Mental Health Service
Kate Halsall and Stephanie Glover
V. Acute Mental Health Service
VI. Primary Care Service
VII. Community Mental Health Service
VIII. Mental Health Rehabilitation Service
IX. Secure Mental Health Service
X. Prison Service
XI. Service for Homeless People
XII. Traumatic Stress Service
XIII. Independent Vocational Service
XIV. Acute Physical Service
XV. Community Reablement Service
XVI. Adult Social Care Service
XVII. Intermediate Care Service
XVIII. Care Home Liaison Service
XIX. Learning Disability Day Service
XX. Community Learning Disability Service
Outline of the range of occupational issues
Sue Parkinson practised as an occupational therapist for many years. Sue is the lead author of the Model of Human Occupation Screening Tool, (MOHOST) and author of an occupational intervention programme called Recovery through Activity. She works as a freelance trainer providing workshops in the use of MOHO assessments.
Rob Brooks is the Course Director for Occupational Therapy at Leeds Beckett University. His Clinical practice, teaching and research has focused on enabling occupational participation for children, young people and their families.