The AMPS is an observational
assessment based on MOHO that is used to measure the quality of a person's
performance of domestic (instrumental) or basic (personal) activities of
daily living (ADL). The quality of the person's ADL performance is assessed
by rating the effort, efficiency, safety, and independence of 16 ADL motor
and 20 ADL process skill items.
The DWA is a self-assessment tool used to provide invaluable support in investigating the person's ability to work and work-related interventions. The DWA consists of 34 questions (items) divided into five areas: Self-awareness, interests and values, roles and habits, physical ability, organizational and problem-solving ability, and ability to interact and communicate.
Author: Gunilla Eriksson at Karolinska Institute
The OGQ is a self-assessment that investigates everyday occupations - what a person wants to do and actually does. This questionnaire consists of 30 activities (items), divided into areas of activity (I-ADL, Leisure, Social, Work/work-related activities).
Authors: Louise Nygård, Lena Rosenberg and Anders Kottorp at Karolinska Institute
ETUQ is a questionnaire used in a structured interview that focuses on everyday technical objects and services such as remote control, mobile phones and ticket machines. This online-course is designed for new users of the ETUQ as well as for those who wish to refresh their knowledge.
Authors: Louise Nygård, Camilla Malinowsky and Anders Kottorp at Karolinska Institute
META, is an observation based assessment aiming at identification of performance skills, and skill deficits in use of everyday technology in older adults with Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) or dementia, but also in older adults in general, and people with cognitive impairments due to for example brain injury. The META assessment covers 4 different areas: Assessment of observable performance skills during technology use (10 items), Assessment of how environmental characteristics influence when a piece of technology is being used (2 items), Assessment of intrapersonal capacities that may contribute to problems when technology is used, including safety (3 items), and the client's appreciation of how important the technology is.
Updated throughout with new research, this 5th Edition of Kielhofner's Model of Human Occupation (MOHO) offers a complete presentation of the most widely used model in occupational therapy today. In the new edition, author Renée Taylor preserves Dr. Kielhofner's original voice and contributions while updating MOHO concepts and their uses in today's practice environment.
Throughout the book, readers will see a client-centered approach used to explore what motivates each individual, how they select occupations and establish everyday routines, and how environment influences occupational behavior.
The 5th Edition continues to deliver the latest in MOHO theory, research, and application to practice and adds much that is new, including new case studies that show how MOHO can address the real-life issues depicted and expanded resources that enhance teaching and learning.
Conceptual Foundations of Occupational Therapy Practice (4th edition) provides readers with a method of evaluating models for practice. The text includes numerous case studies from practitioners around the world, an extensive history of the field of occupational therapy, a discussion and comparison of seven well-known models of occupational therapy practice, including MOHO, and an introduction to interdisciplinary bodies of knowledge contributing to the profession.