Awakening internal participation with PRISM
Patients’ ability to function in everyday life lies at the heart of occupational therapy. With the PRISM method the patient’s ‘internal participation’ is visually captured in occupational therapy. This evidence complements the practical clinical work of occupational therapy, which focuses primarily on the ‘external room for manoeuvre’, i.e. the capacity for social interaction. It is often a lack of ‘internal participation’ that causes a delay in treatment progress. Thanks to PRISM, ‘internal participation’ is improved.