Models: CMOP and MOHO

I seem to have gathered a little bit of attention with these, so I thought I’d share them if anyone else would find them useful.

If you would like to use these for presentations or assignments, feel free, linking back to here.

The Canadian Model of Occupational Performance (CMOP)

From the Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists

 The Model of Human Occupation (MOHO)

Originally by Dr. Gary Kielhofner (1980), now under the domain of the MOHO Clearinghouse.

This model didn’t really have a single, easy-to-depict diagram, so I made one!

The image of the girl came from http://www.sweetclipart.com/. Everything else was made in MS Word by myself, though I want to make sure that it’s clear that I take no credit for the concepts, just putting them into images so that I can use them to study! (I really do hope it’s ok to share these, but if not, I will absolutely delete this post.)

9 thoughts on “Models: CMOP and MOHO”

  1. Hi there! I’m an occupational therapy student from Singapore, currently in my final year of my Honour programme. Interestingly, I’m having a tutorial tomorrow aimed at discussions comparing the theoretical constructs of MOHO and CMOP-E… and I stumbled upon your blog!

    Interesting read you have here (:

  2. Kudos! Best MOHO diagram yet. Much better than the puke orange drawings in Kielhofner’s book. Your picture actually imparts some coherence to an otherwise unintelligible mess of a theory.

  3. Hello

    Id love to use your picture for my presentation on a client analysis using MOHO if thats ok!
    I will reference and link to your page so your work is recognise.

So what do you think?