Part 1: Reflect on the theoretical model provided, the Occupational Performance Model (Australia) (OPMA). Apply all constructs of the OPMA to the client’s case, Ruby Ross, which is presented below. Use the OPMA constructs as headings to structure your writing. If information is not provided in the case, you may decide upon realistic information for that construct. Ensure the information you provide aligns with the medical condition and context of the client.

Part 2:

  Reflect critically on the process of applying a case study to the OPMA. Write a summation of your reflection using the Gibb’s Reflective Cycle to guide your writing. In your reflection address what worked well in the process of applying a case to a model, what was challenging in the process and when you next apply a model to a case, what may you change. Draw on the broader occupational therapy literature in completing your reflection drawing clear connections between your experience and the literature. You will find some useful information from the University of Edinburgh at this