Flashcards in Chapter 5 : Human Occupation and Mental Health Throughout the Life Span Deck (21):
What are the 3 levels of motivation for occupation or action?
desire to act, to explore for the pleasure of it. The primary motivation for action
the desire to influence the environment in a specific way and to get better at it
desire to attain, compete with or surpass a standard of excellence. When competent at the action
What are the 2 categories of human occupation?
What phase of life is play the main occupation?
through fantasy and imitation, child investigates and experiences various adult roles. This is known as......
What phase of life is when there continues to be more time in play than in work?
what period is when the adolescent considers possible adult occupations?
what period is when the choice of career is examined in light of personal needs for achievement, satisfaction, status and economic security?
what phase of life has little play and much work?
having a productive work role is important for the self esteem of who?
What stage of life is involved in planning for future and retirement?
Middle and later adulthood
3 types of people anticipate retirement are.....
1) regressive - anxious & uncertain
2) stable - expecting little change
3) progressive - may be positive
What stage is a loss of work role of parent/homemaker and represents loss of status and social identity
One important stage of late adulthood is......
identify and develop interests and challenges that will sustain independence and self worth
What stage is it unusual for mental health problems to be diagnosed?
infancy and early childhood
What developmental disorders are in infancy and early childhood?
ADD, ADHS, PDD (pervasive developmental disorder)
Goals of treatment of mental disorders in infancy and early childhood are?
developing trust, increases gross and fine motor coordination, sensory processing and facilitating spontaneous play
What are some mental disorders that appear in middle childhood?