occupational profile


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oc·cu·pa·tion·al pro·file

(ok'yū-pā'shŭn-ăl prō'fīl)
A method of systematically describing a person's occupational history, patterns of daily living, interests, values, and needs.

occupational profile

Those components of an occupational therapy evaluation that collectively provide non–performance-related information, e.g., the individual's interests, values, experiences, occupational history, and needs.
See also: profile
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Part two helps the individual identify occupational profiles, competencies, skills, and develop a personal action plan.
The occupational profile has been recognized as a vital aspect of service delivery because this interactive communication initiates the practitioner-client relationship and sets the foundation for the evaluation and intervention that follows (AOTA, 2014; Hinojosa et al., 2014).
During both reevaluations, the same occupational profile assessment used during the evaluation is administered.
Each O*NET occupational profile specifies a job zone with three separate statements describing the experience, education, and job training needed (including apprenticeship training, if applicable), plus examples.
Volition is important for pediatric occupational therapists to address because it contributes to occupation-based practice, the development of a more holistic occupational profile, and a strengths-based approach to therapy.
No matter how you look at the numbers, lawyers are a prominent feature in our country's occupational profile.
An initial occupational profile interview reveals that Ronald has become indifferent to outings and socialization since his wife passed away last year.
Beyond our occupational profile, I think we, as a profession, need to do two things to establish our credibility.
"In addition to achieving much-needed standardization of practices across all banks, the implementation of a national qualifications framework for various occupational profiles within the banking sector will ensure that entry-level banking professionals receive consistent and high-quality training.
Jamal Al Jassmi, General Manager of EIBFS, said: "In addition to achieving much-needed standardization of practices across all banks, the implementation of a national qualifications framework for various occupational profiles within the banking sector will ensure that entry-level banking professionals receive consistent and high-quality training.
This training is based on a compulsory curriculum, standardized occupational profiles; developed by the federal government in liaison and collaboration with employers, educators and union representatives.

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