OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY IN MENTAL HEALTH: EVIDENCE OF SUS BASEDAS IN ORDINANCES

Monique Carla da Silva, Morgana Kallany Viana de Araújo

Abstract


The overcoming of the asylum and the advent of psychiatric reform brought changes to the model of care in mental health, getting humanized character, evolving into theories that strengthen the opportunities for prevention and care, treatment focuses on the individual and not on the disease and symptoms, fleeing treatment of logic as the only means of intervention. The creation of substitute services plays a key role in the process of institutionalization of the individual with mental disorder. Occupational therapy fills a gap in the functional rehabilitation of the user of mental health services, in addition to working subjective aspects of human individuality. The process of social change that led to mental health care have new directions encouraged Health System to identify the need for training in the context of the proposed rehabilitation, leading them to also modify their practices, aimed at making them autonomy and social participation of the users of the services offered, assuming that the mental rehabilitation is linked to mental health and rehabilitation that would be a rebuilding process and seeks the exercise of citizenship.


Keywords


Occupational Therapy; Psychiatric Reform; SUS

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