Az Gören Erişkin Bireylerde Serbest Zamanla İlişkili Aktivite Performansını Etkileyen Faktörlerin Kişi-Çevre-Aktivite Modeli ile İncelenmesi
The purpose of our study is investigating of factors affecting leisure time-related occupational performance in low vision adults. Twenty-two low-vision people participated in our study. In the framework of the person-environment-occupation model the personal information of the individuals included in the study was assessed by sociodemographic information form. Psychosocial status and quality of life were assessed using by NEI-VFQ-25. Cognitive status was assessed by LOTCA II. Environmental factors were assessed by CHIEF-SF, leisure-time participation frequency was assessed by the form adapted from ICF Chapter 9 and leisure-time activity level was assessed by examining the use of daily timeFactors determining quality of life such as general health, general vision, visual mental health, and visual quality of life were found to affect the leisure-time related occupational performance (p<0,05). The most environmental limitations that individuals experience was found the "physical" environment. Male individuals were found to have more leisure-time participation (p<0,05). It was found that employees in a salaried job had more leisure-time participation (p<0.05). As the level of education rose, it was seen that the leisure-time participation of the individuals increased (p<0.05). As incomes increased, the frequency of leisure-time participation increased (p<0.05). As the leisure-time activity level increased, participation satisfaction decreased (p<0.05).