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Occupational Therapy Without Borders - Learning From The Spirit of Survivors [Paperback]

19th May 2010
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This book challenges occupational therapists, members of a still small and rather invisible profession, to more fully realise the profession's social vision of a more just society where disability, old age, and other marginalising conditions and experiences are addressed by involving people in helping themselves to (re)gain the capacity and power to construct their own destinies through their participation in daily life. The book will explore the new idea of occupational apartheid - the separation between those who have meaningful, useful occupations and those who are deprived of, isolated from, or otherwise constrained in their daily life.

 

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Article Id: 15092
Date Added: 19th May 2010

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