Tim: 33 years old (Successful occupations (Brushing his teeth, Dressing,…
Tim: 33 years old
Brushing his teeth
Successful in writing and signing his name for work
Combing his hair
Supports to occupational engagement
Tim has a good relationship with his wife and family
When wife is home, she is able to assist Tim with ADLs
33 year old, very active and likely to follow program
Financially stable and able to purchase any recommended equipment.
Always has smartphone available, can do some management tasks virtually.
Client has regular schedule and can adhere to a home program.
Tim has a great support system within his church.
Tim's overall physical health is good
Tim is very active
Barriers to occupational engagement
Difficult to text or email from smart phone with his stiffness in fingers
May impact his compliance to home program exercises as pain and stiffness increase throughout the day
He is used to being very active, so he will have a hard time resting his wrist as it heals
Work culture is very physical with long hours
Wife works full time and is unable to stay home with Tim
With his injury, he will have a harder time being social with his friends that he normally sees during leisure activities
Tim's stiff wrist and fingers interfere with his ability to engage successfully in occupations
Tim's occupation is physically demanding
Personal Interests and Values
Spending time with his wife
Project manager for new construction
Does side construction jobs when he is needed
Participation in leisure activities
Construction project manager
Participant in leisure activities
Works full time
Participates in leisure activities on the weekends.
Working full-time (Monday through Friday)
Engaging in leisure activities on the weekends
Working out during the week
Going to church every Sunday
Reason client is seeking treatment
To initiate AROM after a right distal radius fracture
Hoping to return to work full time as a program manager for construction company
Hope to reduce stiffness in wrist and fingers to improve function in preparation for a new baby in April.
Client Priorities and Goals
Return to work full time
Be able to engage in the leisure activities he enjoys such as ride bikes, lift weight lifting, rock climbing, and fishing.
To decrease stiffness in his wrist and fingers in order to hold his new baby in April.
By: Sydney Carroll, Ryan Grimsley, Kayley Jones, Abby Kargul, Vicki Rosenwald