Naming and framing occupational therapy: a lecture dedicated to the life of Nancy B.

  • Helen Polatajko
  • Published 1992 in
    Canadian journal of occupational therapy. Revue…


The case of Nancy B. is testimony to the importance of occupation to living and hence the importance of occupational therapy. Yet the importance of the discipline is poorly recognized. It is argued that the failure of occupational therapy to gain wide recognition is due to a problem in communicating its importance simply, easily and clearly and that the… (More)


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