Canadian Model of Occupational Performance and Engagement [CMOP-E]
Video Explaining Canadian Model of Occupational Performance and Engagement [CMOP-E]
General Information for CMOP-E
Info: Three main parts of this approach considers person, environment, and occupation but takes special consideration of the “spirituality” of the person. To address this center, the OTP will take into consideration the affective, cognitive, and physical aspects of each occupational performance barrier.
What does this look like applied to a session? Taking time during the evaluation interview and each subsequent session to understand the ‘deeper’ components of performing each activity. Someone may have the mechanical components to perform an activity, but are they confident? Do they feel they have internal or external locus of control? Even in physical disability settings, every OT session should be grounded in a holistic execution.
Assessment: COPM Assessment
Interesting Facts about the CMOP-E
Modes of Occupational Interaction
Enablement according to the CMOP-E
World Health Organization Definitions of Disability
Related to the Canadian Model of Occupational Performance and Engagement [CMOP-E]
Impairment [Individual – White Elements]
- difficulty with a body part or parts or the way the body functions
Activity Limitation [Occupational – Purple Elements]
- person is unable to perform a meaningful task or action [person-based]
Participation Restriction [Macro Contexts – Green Elements]
- person can not be involved in a specific life situation due to existing physical, mental, psycho-social, cognitive barriers.
- Atchison, B.J. and D.P. Dirette, Conditions in Occupational Therapy : Effect on Occupational Performance. fifth ed. 2017, Philadelphia, PA: Wolters Kluwer. 579.
- Cole, M.B., Group Dynamics in Occupational Therapy. 4th Edition ed. 2012, Hamden, Connecticut SLACK Incorporated.