The occupational therapy process is a framework that outlines a series of actions that an occupational therapist may follow when interacting with individuals, groups, communities or populations. The occupational therapy process is not a fixed formula that can be used in all situations; rather it provides occupational therapists with a flexible framework, underpinned by knowledge, skills and attitudes, to guide client- and occupation-centred interactions. In other words, the occupational therapy process provides a practical structure for integrating theoretical and evidence-based knowledge into therapeutic interactions. IT is important to remember that the process is not uniform and it will differ for each interaction just as well as individuals, groups, communities and populations differ.
|Title of host publication||Occupational Therapy in Australia|
|Subtitle of host publication||Professional and Practice Issues|
|Editors||Ted Brown, Helen Bourke-Taylor, Stephen Isbel, Reinie Cordier|
|Place of Publication||Crows Next, NSW, Australia|
|Publisher||Allen & Unwin|
|Number of pages||11|
|Publication status||Published - 2017|