Implementing Occupation-Based Assessment

  • Published 2002

Abstract

In the early 1990s, occupational therapists were challenged to refocus their evaluation processes. Specifically, they were urged to focus on their clients’ abilities to do what they want and need to do and to carry out meaningful occupation rather than evaluating the components underlying occupational performance problems (Fisher, 1992a, 1994a; Law et al… (More)

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