Occupational Performance Analysis Form

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Occupational performance analysis formPriority occupation you are observing: CraigDate, time and place of observation:Persons present:SATISFACTION WITH OVERALL OCCUPATIONAL PERFORMANCEPerson’s perspective(captured via interview)How important isthisoccupation for theperson?What is the purpose of this occupation?How satisfied is the person at presentwith their performance inthisoccupation?Craig reports that he loves taking drinks at the restaurant in theevening hours after work coming from his workplace.The purpose of this occupation for Craig was to offer himrefreshment and relief after a long day of work at his workplace. From the restaurant, he not only gets refreshed on drinksbut also meets friends with whom he chats and has fun.Craig reports that he is quite impressed with his performancehaving been able to make it all the way to the restaurant everyevening with minimal challenges. He is looking forward tomoving to the restaurant every day with a lot of ease with time.Social support’s perspective(if applicable; captured via interview)How important isthisoccupation forrelevant people in a close relationship tothe person(e.g. family member, partner, friend,carer, support worker)?What is the purpose of this occupation?How satisfied is the supporter(s) atpresent with the person’s performance inthisoccupation?The importance of this occupation to Craig’s friends was theywere able to converge at a place to refresh themselves andhave a chat after work. Through this occupation the friends ofCraig and Craig himself can conveniently have time and a placeto meet and share any ideas including making fun after theday’s job.The purpose of this occupation is to provide refreshments tothe employees and a convergence point after they come fromtheir job in the evening hours.Craig’s friends were impressed that Craig could make it to therestaurant and have time with them. On the other hand, theywere disappointed that Craig got to the restaurant a bit late andthus they had to spend some time waiting for him.Key stakeholder(s) perspective(if applicable; captured via interview)How important isthisoccupation for theany relevant stakeholders(e.g. otherprofessionals involved with this person, servicesetting requirements)?What is the purpose of this occupation?How satisfied is the relevantstakeholder(s) at present with theThe management of the hotel has a policy to ensure all theclients are attended to adequately. It aims at ensuring all clientsare satisfied by the time they exit restaurant. Timely and highquality services forms the main aim and mission of therestaurant management and this they attempt to achieve byensuring its employees are ever on toes and diligent in thenature of the services they provide. To this far, the staffemployees haven’t completely met all the expectations of theclients with a significant number complaining of eitherprolonged delay of services or low quality professionalstandards. Craig thinks not all is perfected along the two lines ofKarina Dancza 2013 Canterbury Christ Church UniversityAdapted from Fisher (2009)Page1
person’s performance inthisoccupation?thought as far as service delivery in the restaurant is concerned.OVERALL PERFORMANCE(please circle)Physical effort or clumsinessNo increaseMinimalModerateMarkedEfficiency (disorganisation) in use of time,space or objectsEfficientMinimalModerateMarkedSocial appropriatenessAppropriateMinimal disruptionModerate disruptionMarked disruptionSafety (risk of personal injury or environmental damage)Safe - minimal - moderate - markedNeed for assistance (independence)Independent - Occasional - Frequent -ConstantSOCIAL INTERACTION SKILLSSkill itemPlease rate eachskill item as:No problemMild problemModerate problemSevere problemComment:(qualify the rating you gave with a description of key observations)Initiating and terminating social interactionApproaches / startsNo problemCraig initiates a talk with the attendant/cashier at therestaurant when he picks a bottle for juice.He humbles himself while making the payment.Concludes / exitsNo problemHe concludes his talks with the cashier at the counterupon making payment for the bottle of juice.Craig only pushes his chair away after concluding talkswith the cashier at the counter. This is an illustration ofself-respect.Produces social interactionProduces speechNo problemThere were no instances in the video whereCraig illustratedchallenges with speech delivery. He could effectivelycommunicate to the attendants at the restaurant.GesticulatesNo problemCraig correctly demonstrates usage of gestures. Theattendant is able to pick the bottle of juice from himwhen at the shelves for processing of paymentinformation.Craig pays for the bottle in cash and the attendant isable to understand what his intentions are therebyeasing of processing the transactionSpeaks fluentlyNo problemCraig communicates effectively to all those heencounters without any problems. His language ofcommand and pace of speaking was tolerable to thelisteners.Physically supporting social interactionTurns towardNo problemCraig successfully navigates numerous corners from allKarina Dancza 2013 Canterbury Christ Church UniversityAdapted from Fisher (2009)Page2
the way from where he was to the restaurant withoutbeing assisted.He turns from the shelf where he picked his bottle ofjuice without any assistanceHe also illustrated no problems with turning when hemanages to turn from the cashier’s desk after makingthe payment.LooksNo problemCraig looks at the cashier when making payments forthe juicePlaces selfNo problemCraig is able to position himself before from which hewill be taking his refreshmentHe is also able to position himself at the shelf forpicking the juice and at the cashier’s desk to settle thedues.TouchesNo problemThere were not any initiated touches or body contact that wouldbe used in taking note of touch responses ofCraigRegulatesNo problemCraig did not demonstrate any elements of loss ofcontrol of oneself either through irritating /disturbingnoise or movementsSOCIAL INTERACTION SKILLS CONTINUED...Skill itemPlease rate eachskill item as:No problemMild problemModerate problemSevere problemComment:(qualify the rating you gave with a description of key observations)Shaping content of social interactionQuestionsNo problemThere were not any initiated questions that would beused in taking note of question responses of CraigRepliesNo problemCraig responds appropriately and adequately to theconcerns of the attendants of the restaurant especiallyat the counter where he picked the bottle of juice.DisclosesNo problemCraig shares his intentions of having a drink with theattendants of the restaurantExpresses emotionsNo problemNo instances noted that illustrated the reaction of Craigto emotional changesDisagreesNo problemNo instances noted that illustrated the reaction of Craigto differences in opinionThanksNo problemCraig thanks the cashier after he has been served at thecounterMaintaining flow of social interactionTransitionsNo problemNo instances noted that illustrated the reaction of Craigto transitionsTime responseNo problemCraig pays for the bottle of juice as soon as he gets tothe counter without any delayTimes durationNo problemUpon making payment, Craig leaves the cashier’scounter without necessarily spending any longer timethere.Craig heads to the eating table immediately withoutKarina Dancza 2013 Canterbury Christ Church UniversityAdapted from Fisher (2009)Page3
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