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The key points of the assigned lecture Historical content Impact of the lecture
100
The message is for society and how we live our daily lives through various occupations in the world that are meaningful to us.
What was the message for the professional, consumer, and/or society?
600
What historical events were happening at the time, and how might they have affected my thoughts and/or motivations?
The lecture hoped to have an impact on occupational therapy personnel by encouraging them to gain a deeper understanding of the importance and meaning of everyday occupation in clients’ lives and the general public, helping them find value in their everyday practices. These effects can influence the profession today and in the future by allowing therapists to be able to work effectively together with the client to find meaningfulness in their day-to-day living. As for the public, this awareness will result in a broader and deeper meaning to the importance of daily occupation in everyone's lives, and help people find value in their everyday practices.
What impact did my lecture hope to have?
200
The main theme is for everyday occupation and how it has changed from what everyday occupations look like and what they are to categories they are separated into. I also talk about the importance of everyday occupation.
What was the main theme of my Slagle lecture and what do I want viewers to take away from that?
700
In 2002, AOTA published the Occupational Therapy Practice Framework: Domain and Process. These concepts were reflected in the lecture by elaborating the occupational categories beyond the “big three” and now including activities of daily living, education, work, play, performance skills, and cultural and social demands. This is leading to progression toward increasing complexity and not just looking at the inclusive three categories.
What was the professional context of the time, and how were those concepts reflected in the lecture?
Wisconsin
Bonus Question: What state was I born in?
300
As a provider in Occupational Therapy, our goal is to ensure that our clients are able to get back to independently performing their normal activities of daily living; however, the way in which we as OT’s implement our interventional skills will be different, due to various accommodations that our client prefers in order to make them comfortable for example, their cultural background, religion, and lifestyle principles.
How do they relate to the profession?
800
These effects can influence the profession today and in the future by allowing therapists to be able to work effectively together with the client to find meaningfulness in their day-to-day living. As for the public, this awareness will result in a broader and deeper meaning to the importance of daily occupation in everyone's lives, and help people find value in their everyday practices.
How might those effects influence the profession today and in the future?
900
Occupational therapists need to notice and give attention to their client’s small behaviors. This is especially important when working with individuals who have difficulty conveying their thoughts.
How can therapists and students identify with the content of this lecture?




Slagle Lecture: The World of Everyday Occupation: Real People, Real Lives

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