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MOHO; a framework for assessment and occupational formulation:

This webinar provides an overview of the MOHO based assessments that are pertinent to your service, how to develop an assessment strategy, using initial assessments as an outcome measure and using the information garnered in the assessment process to inform occupational formulation. Sessions are accompanied by a workbook to help synthesize learning from the sessions and encourage reflection on how attendees plan to and will use their learning to develop as a practitioner and the occupational therapy service.

 

The discussion points are:

The Model of Human Occupation based assessment that you may wish to incorporate in your practice as an occupational therapist. 

How to develop an assessment strategy.

Introducing the use of outcome measures in the occupational therapy process.

An introduction to the foundations of occupational formulation

Individual sessions: £80

Group Sessions: £200

 
 

SPECIALIST SESSIONS & RATES

Independent MOHO, MOHOST and OCAIRS training for teams and individuals

Please note that participants wishing to use the MOHOST and/or OCAIRS in clinical practice are required to purchase the MOHOST and/or OCAIRS manuals from MOHO Clearinghouse.

MOHO; a framework for therapeutic reasoning and enabling change.

This webinar is an introduction to The Model of Human Occupation and the concepts within it and focuses on how occupational therapists can use the model as a framework for therapeutic reasoning and enabling change. Case studies are used throughout the training and can be written to reflect the service users that you or your team members predominantly work with. Sessions are accompanied by a workbook to help synthesize learning from the sessions and encourage reflection on how attendees plan to and will use their learning to develop as a practitioner and the occupational therapy service.

 

The discussion points are:

The ten aspects of the Model of Human Occupation and how they relate to occupational participation.

Applying MOHO theory to practice, the therapy process, and using the model to inform clinical reasoning.

Understanding of how MOHO can be used within the assessment process and the different assessments available to use within MOHO.

How to apply MOHO to the service user by the use of case studies.

How to use MOHO to support your communication and documentation.

Individual sessions: £80

Group Sessions: £200

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MOHO; a framework for collaborative goal setting, intervention planning and writing care plans

This webinar looks at how we can use MOHO to develop client centred goals and use these client centered goals to inform intervention planning. We will also discuss the techniques used within MOHO to enable change and how MOHO can language can be incorporated into and used to support care planning. Sessions are accompanied by a workbook to help synthesize learning from the sessions and encourage reflection on how attendees plan to and will use their learning to develop as a practitioner and the occupational therapy service.

 

The discussion points are:

The components of a therapeutic SMART goal

Writing collaborative goals that are informed by MOHO theory

Enabling change through different types of interventions

Writing care plans using MOHO language that support the achievement of the service user's goals

Individual sessions: £80

Group Sessions: £200

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MOHO; a framework for collaborative goal setting, intervention planning and writing care plans

This webinar looks at how we can use MOHO to develop client centred goals and use these client centered goals to inform intervention planning. We will also discuss the techniques used within MOHO to enable change and how MOHO can language can be incorporated into and used to support care planning. Sessions are accompanied by a workbook to help synthesize learning from the sessions and encourage reflection on how attendees plan to and will use their learning to develop as a practitioner and the occupational therapy service.

 

The discussion points are:

The components of a therapeutic SMART goal

Writing collaborative goals that are informed by MOHO theory

Enabling change through different types of interventions

Writing care plans using MOHO language that support the achievement of the service user's goals

Individual sessions: £80

Group Sessions: £200

MOHO; a framework for collaborative goal setting, intervention planning and writing care plans

This webinar provides an overview of how the Model of Human Occupation and motivational interviewing can be applied and integrated into occupational rehabilitation.

 

The discussion points are:

Introducing MOHO as a framework for supporting occupational rehabilitation

The foundations of motivational interviewing practice

The processes of motivational interviewing

How to integrate MOHO and MI.

 

Individual sessions: £80

Group Sessions: £200

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The Model of Human Occupation Screening Tool

This, full days face to face training introduces the MOHOST assessment, its development and how to use it. The training day is based on MOHO theory and uses cases studies throughout which can be written to emulate your service users. The face to face training is accompanied by a workbook to help synthesize learning from the sessions and encourage reflection on how attendees plan to and will use their learning to develop as a practitioner and the occupational therapy service. Due to the interactive element of the training day, sessions are capped at 30 attendees. One to one sessions can be arranged and delivered via webinar format. 

 

The discussion points are:

Understanding the theory behind the MOHOST and how it was developed.
Identify when and how the MOHOST can be used.
Identify the target population, the strengths, and the limitations of the MOHOST.
Understand the contextual issues related to the MOHOST.
Understand what the MOHOST measures and how.
Be able to administer and score a MOHOST.
Be able to identify the difference between the MOHOST and Single Obs MOHOST.

Individual sessions: POA

Group Sessions: £650

The Remotivation Process, a protocol of intervention

This webinar introduces the remotivation process which is a MOHO protocol of intervention, designed for people who experience volitional challenges. The Remotivation Process focuses on facilitating the improvement of clients´ motivation through a gradual increase in their sense of self-worth, effectiveness, and belonging.

 

The discussion points are:

The theoretical background of the remotivation process

Volition and the continuum of change

The remotivation process and therapeutic reasoning

Goals and objectives of the exploratory, competency and achievement phases

Individual sessions: £80

Group Sessions: £200

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The Occupational Circumstances Assessment Interview and Rating Scale

This, full days face to face training introduces the OCAIRS assessment, its development and how to use it. The training day is based on MOHO theory and uses cases studies throughout which can be written to emulate your service users. The face to face training is accompanied by a workbook to help synthesize learning from the sessions and encourage reflection on how attendees plan to and will use their learning to develop as a practitioner and the occupational therapy service. Due to the interactive element of the training day, sessions are capped at 30 attendees. One to one sessions can be arranged and delivered via webinar format. 

 

The learning objectives are:

Develop a general overview of the origin of the OCAIRS and the background theoretical concepts. 

Identify when and how the OCAIRS can be used, including the target population and how to select instruments for the assessment.

How to use theoretical material to understand the client's situation. 

How to set up and conduct the interview.

Have good knowledge of the three different questionnaires, the differences in content and which populations they serve. 

How to rate the interview. 

How to analyse the OCAIRS and utilise the information garnered to develop an intervention plan through the use of a case study - individual case studies will be written for each training session tailored to the service’s needs. 

Individual sessions: POA

Group Sessions: £650

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