To complete a 2000 word assignment in which you apply the elements of Person, Environment and Occupation to assess yourself as an occupational being. assessment criteria: Demonstrate a working knowledge of occupational science Critically analyse the domains of self and occupation Critically analyse concepts of person, environment and occupational performance Critically review the importance of context and culture in assessment. Adhere to the School of Health and Social Care guidelines for presentation and referencing. Adhere to the School of Health and Social Care guidelines policy for confidentiality and consent. demonstrate a working knowledge of occupational science. critically analyse the domains of self and occupation Self maintenance roles, self advancement roles add to personal skills, professions or other betterment, self enhancement roles these contribute to personal accomplishments and enjoyment. Occupation A group of activities that has personal and sociocultural meaning, is named within a culture and supports participation in society. Occupations can be categorised as self-care, productivity and/or leisure (COT 2015) what to do? Identify a situation/experience in which you can view yourself as the occupational being (person) An occupation that you have been involved in on placement An occupation which relates to the learning outcomes Pay attention to the environment in which this situation/experience takes place (environment) Consider yourself in that role or activity (occupation) examples of occupation can be: Direct engagement with a service user/carer Writing client notes Teaching a technique to service user/carer Leading a group An assessment structure of assignment: It can be written in the first person Follow the usual structure for written assignment. An introduction Main body of work where you demonstrate your understanding by following assignment brief and covering the assessment criteria. Summarise with a brief conclusion Adhere to the School of Health and Social Care guidelines for presentation and referencing.