APPLICATION OF THE OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY TO RETIRED MILITARY PILOTS
Applicative objective focuses on proposing a practical model for intervention in occupational therapy using PEO Model for Prevention related decline in retired military pilots, being known that they retire at an early age with an average of 46-50 years. The working hypothesis of the research use of occupational therapy intervention to prevent related decline in retired military pilots associated with specific symptoms decline deconditioning syndrome. T.E. customer orders, former military pilot now retired, male, aged 59 years, married, wife of 58 years, a child, a boy, married, 37 years and 5 years old nephew. Job he had allowed retirement at the age of 46 years and is passionate about gardening began to worry about more than country house. Analysis and results of the case lies in the implementation of specific components of the transaction model and analysis. Following the transaction, we identified the most important issues are between the person-environment-person and occupation. Once the client attracting by work activities, these activities mobilize energy, will and desire to recover.