UNIVERSITY OF THE WESTERN CAPE GROUP PROCESS MODEL

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UNIVERSITY OF THE WESTERN CAPE GROUP PROCESS MODEL

PUSELETSO LEPHATSWA 3865650 23/11/2020

Artificial Intelligence

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OVERVIEW OF PLACEMENT:

Medium term ward Schizophrenia, schizophreniform, substance induced psychosis, bipolar mood, organic syndromes Age range: 18-60 years

Hospital

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INDIVIDUAL AX

Interview Collateral data Functional activities MOCA MMSE- Mini Mental State Exam Reality testing

GROUP Ax

Sociogram Group assessment activity

ASSESSMENT METHODS:

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ASSESSMENT FINDINGS:

PEO

Stethoscope

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PERSON :

Appropriate referral Involuntary admission Multiple admissions Require long stay Females Pathologies

Women Sitting Circle Images, Stock Photos & Vectors | Shutterstock

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PERSON:

Generativity vs Stagnation female & middle adulthood Odd behaviours and bizarre thoughts Poor insight Delusions and hallucinations Constant supervision

Psychotic Poor grooming Substance use Common stressors Self presentation continued…

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SOCIOGRAM: co- FACILI LINDI Psychosis iS treatable can initiate conversation With Lily LILY Psychotic on baseline requires close supervision JACKI ANNA SARA Hyperactive requires inhibition. Most popular in the group. Has disordered thoughts and poor awareness of surrounding environment She is the isolate With low self- esteem and is paranoid. Sarah can initiate conversations with her

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home

House

New beginnings

Hospital

ENVIRONMENT:

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OCCUPATION:

Poses danger to self and others Poor grooming Grade 8 : lowest History of work Strained relationships

Danv Oving Rest and Sleep Work Play Activities o' Living Education Leisure Social

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ENABLERS & BARRIERS

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ENABLERS:

Work history New Beginnings Education

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Barriers:

Woman with baby

Briefcase

Dizzy face with solid fill

Customer review

Questions

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Type of group

Occupation/ Task based group Open group 5 sessions, 60 minutes

Users

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Guiding theories:

Tuckman’s group development stages Yalom’s therapeutic factors MOCA Benevolent Autocratic leadership

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intervention process

Cognitive approach in Occupational Therapy – OT World and Me

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INTERVENTION OUTCOME:

By the end of 1 year the group should be able to work in a sheltered workshop or supported employment workshop to the extend that they display proper work habits without constant supervision or prompting.

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INTERVENTION GOALS:

Health management and maintenance Social conduct Self-care Safety and emergency maintenance

Goal: Social conduct By the end of 1 hour the group should be able to display good social conduct to an extent that they can have a proper conversation without using inappropriate words and expressions Objective 1 Objective 2 By the end of 1 hour the group should be able to understand and use appropriate verbal and nonverbal communication to an extent that they can have two different conversations appropriately. Approach and strategy : Remediation : to restore a skill that has been impaired. Restore : their skills that they lost due to the onset of the mental illness will be restored. By the end of 1 hour the group should be able to display self-control to an extent that they can control their responses to situations to be appropriate. Approach and strategy : Remediation : to restore a skill that has been impaired. Restore : their skills that they lost due to the onset of the mental illness will be restored.

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IMPLEMENTATION PLAN: