REHABDATA Detailed Record Occupational therapy with the comunity: complexity, actions and contexts.
Terapia ocupacional en comunidad: complejidades, acciones y contextos. Brazilian Journal of Occupational Therapy. Volume 27(1), Pgs. 197-207.
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What's this? Author(s): Diana Marcela Ortiz Quiroga
Melania Satizabal Reyes
The purpose of the present study was to systematize the actions of the occupational therapist in the community as part of the process carried out under the project “Contribution to the processes of social inclusion of people with disabilities through community participation in the commune 20” Cali, Colombia. This was an exploratory-reflective study. Documentary analysis and interviewing were used as a data collection technique. The process included four actions: the first, or baseline, made it possible to understand the needs of the population and the project readjustment; the second, the identification of key actors that have a social impact on disability issues; and the third, visibility of disability as a social problem. In the fourth action, the capacity for action and self-management of a group of participants with disabilities was monitored and strengthened. Conceiving the subject from a social model, it was possible to find needs and collective answers, and accompany the group of people with disabilities in their civic identification. Meanwhile, finding the actions from a systemic approach involved considering the interaction of different social systems and looking beyond the individual to the community.
Community living, Disabilities, Occupational therapy, Inclusion.
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Diana Marcela Ortiz Quiroga, Melania Satizabal Reyes. (2019.)
Occupational therapy with the comunity: complexity, actions and contexts.
Terapia ocupacional en comunidad: complejidades, acciones y contextos.
Brazilian Journal of Occupational Therapy , 27
(1), Pgs. 197-207. Retrieved 8/6/2023, from REHABDATA database.
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