client with mild-moderate learning disabilities who struggles with timekeeping management — Scope | Disability forum
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client with mild-moderate learning disabilities who struggles with timekeeping management

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  • OTstudent
    OTstudent Member Posts: 2
    Hello Arlene, I was just wondering if you could recommend which model or approaches would be better used when working with a client with mild-moderate learning disabilities who struggles with timekeeping management and remembering verbal instructions and works part time. I've looked at MOHO and found lots of evidence but elsewhere I have seen COPM? Anything would be of help, thank you.
  • BusyOT
    BusyOT Member Posts: 76
    Hi, might depend on what interventions you intend to provide and what outcomes the individual is hoping for? I've only ever explored COPM but never used it in practice. MOHO forum is pretty good for specific advice.
    Does sound like some visual aids might be useful for this person though?

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