Autistic and Neurotypical Valued Occupations Model (ANVOM): A Proposed Model for Occupational Therapy Practice

Purpose The purpose of this article is to propose a model of practice for occupational therapy based on research that includes the voices of those who are Autistic, including Autistic adults with the lived experience of autism combined along with their neurotypical counterparts, e.g., parents, caregivers, and society. Language Based on a majority of the … Read more

PEO-P vs CMOP-E – Similarities & Differences

Many people ask what the similarities differences between PEO-P (Person-Environment-Occupation-Performance Model) and CMOP-E (Canadian Model of Occupational Performance and Engagement) are. An easy way to remember and compare them is think of this flow chart: CMOP-E: Person Environment Occupation Fit > Occupational Performance > Occupational Engagement PEO-P: Enablers and Barriers > Occupational Performance > Occupational … Read more