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Home Assessment from the View of Occupational Therapy. Subtitle: A Survey among Occupational Therapists from the Czech Republic and Abroad on Home Assessments and Home Visits
Rohlenová, Eva ; Rodová, Zuzana (advisor) ; Krulová, Anna (referee)
Home assessment is an important part of occupational therapy intervention. It can help improve patients' quality of life in many ways: lower the risk of falls, improve their self-dependence, increase participation etc. Despite that, there is little information about home assessment in Czech literature. There is no overview of home assessment tools nor any study summarizing information about current home assessment practice. The main goal of this thesis was to explore home assessment and home visit practice in the Czech republic using a questionaire-based survey among Czech occupational therapists. The results were to be compared to data gathered from foreign respondents. Theoretical part discusses the topic of the thesis iand presents information on home assessment tools. Chosen ones are described in detail (Cougar, WeHSA, Housing Enabler, SEMAFOR home). Practical part summarizes the results of the questionaire using tables, graphs and statistical analysis. Data from 144 Czech and 135 foreign respondents was gathered and analysed. Research hypotheses were that the majority of Czech occupational therapists don't do home visits and don't evaluate home environment using existing home assessment tools. Furthermore, foreign occupational therapists were expected to perform home visits and use existing...
A design of software applicable in occupational therapy A design, realization and evaluation of a PC program for shopping practice for people with cognitive deficits
Rohlenová, Eva ; Rodová, Zuzana (advisor) ; Svobodová, Tereza (referee)
The main goal of this thesis was to design a computer program applicable in occupational therapy in cognitive rehabilitation. I designed a PC program focused on shopping practice. Its main advantages are: the absence of any charges, the possibility of using it on an ordinary PC and the accessibility via the Internet. The designed program, named Trénink nakupování (~Shopping training), had been implemented in a beta version. Afterwards, it was tested and evaluated with a questionnaire by five stroke patients. The results show that all patients evaluated the program very positively and they believe in its benefits for the rehabilitation. The theoretical part describes cognitive training and shopping from the perspective of an occupational therapist. Four PC training programs focused on shopping training are described. Other sections provide detailed information about the designed program. The practical part consists of testing, the evaluation of questionnaires and suggesting ways to improve the program in the future. Key words: cognitive rehabilitation, cognitive training, iADL, shopping, program design, computer-assisted training, PC program, brain injury Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)

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