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What is Mohost?

The MOHOST is an assessment that addresses the majority of MOHO concepts (volition, habituation, skills, and environment), allowing the therapist to gain an overview of the client's occupational functioning.

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Just so, is Mohost an outcome measure?

The purpose of this study was to examine the utility of the MOHOST as a valid outcomes assessment. The study findings indicate that, with minimal training, occupational therapists can use the MOHOST in a consistent and interchangeable manner to measure changes in occupational participation.

Secondly, what is the role checklist? The Role Checklist, developed in 1981, is a short, two-part assessment tool that captures a person's perceived incumbency and role value in relation to the following 10 roles: student, worker, volunteer, caregiver, home maintainer, friend, family member, religious participant, hobbyist/amateur, and participant in

Also know, how long does the Mohost take to administer?

Administration time: 10-40 minutes (experienced therapists will take less time)

How do you score the COPM?

Total scores are calculated by adding together the performance or satisfaction scores for all problems and dividing by the number of problems. At reassessment,the client scores each problem again for performance and satisfaction. Calculate the new scores and the change score.

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