This seminar will present the theoretical concepts and principles underlying the measurement of social participation of children, adolescents, and adults assessed by the Social Profile in group activities for individuals or for a group. These levels of social interaction around activities are measured across 5 separate and continuous levels of social behavior: Parallel, Associative, Basic Cooperative, Supportive Cooperative and Mature levels of social behavior. The Social Profile’s history and development through studies of validity, reliability and sensitivity will be presented in this webinar.
- Identify concepts of levels of social behaviors during activities in groups.
- Measure levels of social participation of children, adolescents, and adults in activity groups using the Social Profile.
- Recognize the research employed in developing and defining concept factors for this assessment tool in both the children’s and the adult version.
- Select activities, materials and environments which can influence levels of social participation.
- Use professional language to describe social behaviors in communicating with group members, parents, families and colleagues.
|5-40 Minutes||Definitions/theoretical background of the 5 major concepts of the Social Profile|
|40-60 Minutes||AOTA educational requirements re: social interaction during treatment|
|60-80 Minutes||Five video clips illustrating 5 levels of social participation in activity groups|
|80-115 Minutes||Research on validity, reliability, sensitivity of the Social Profile|
|115-120 Minutes||Questions and Answers|
Content Disclosure: This webinar focuses on The Social Profile. Other similar assessments will not be discussed.
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