model of human occupation
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Model of Human Occupation
a model of practice used in occupational therapy designed to understand human occupation. MOHO includes volition, habituation, performance capacity, and environment. This model was the life work of Dr. Gary Kielhofner. It is used throughout the world.
model of human occupationAbbreviation: MOHO
A conceptual framework for viewing occupational therapy practice, aimed at improving the patient's organization of time, overall function, and adaptation as reflected in the performance of occupations. Within this framework, intervention includes strategies for fostering skill development and habit changes through role acquisition, improved self-image, and environmental changes.
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