Denetimli Serbestlikten Yararlanan Hükümlülerde Kişi Merkezli Ergoterapi Müdahalesinin Aktivite Katılımı ve Yaşam Kalitesi Üzerine Etkisi
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The aim of this study was to examine the effect of occupation-based occupational therapy interventions on occupational participation and quality of life in offenders that benefit from probation service. 15 voluntary individuals were enrolled in the study between the ages of 18-65, who had been supervised by Samsun Probation Directorate, who had been in prison for at least 6 months and who had occupational participation problems according to the Canadian Occupational Performance Measure (COPM). Individuals were administered the Socio-Demographic Information Form, the Semi-structured Environment Assessment Form, COPM for occupational participation, and the Notthingham Health Profile (NHP) for quality of life. Occupation-based occupational therapy interventions were planned according to the Person-Environment-Occupation model based on problematic areas and activities that individuals identified as having difficulty with participation. An intervention program lasting for an average of 1 hour, once a week and for 12 weeks was applied. Post-intervention evaluations were repeated and the results were compared. As a result of the study, statistically significant difference was found between the pre- and post-intervention measures of the total quality of life scores (p = 0.003) in the scores of COPM performance (p = 0.001) and satisfaction (p = 0.001). Client-centered occupational therapy intervention, involving personal behavior, organizational environment and activity change, has resulted in an increase in clients’ activity performance, satisfaction with their performance and quality of life. Taking these activities into consideration, it is believed that the achievement of these results is a significant contribution to the strengthening and strengthening of the strengths and the strengths of the clients in order to increase their performance and satisfaction in these activities.