Occupational Therapy in the Promotion of Health and Wellness by Marjorie E. Scaffa PhD OTR/L FAOTA, S. Maggie Reitz PhD

By Marjorie E. Scaffa PhD OTR/L FAOTA, S. Maggie Reitz PhD OTR/L FAOTA, Michael A. Pizzi PhD OTR/L FAOTA

The following s the first actual textual content to deal with this evolving new quarter of OT perform! It teaches scholars approximately wellbeing and fitness merchandising and prevention concept and perform from a health instead of an ailment point of view. utilizing innovative examples, the authors discover how you can include this new paradigm into scientific perform and the way to advance well being interventions around the lifespan.

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He argued that access to healthy play would facilitate children’s development and prevent criminal habits and mental illness. He was concerned about the then-current practice of sheltering children from vigorous activity. Play, he believed, “properly engaged in, is habit training for the more serious problems of adult living” (Shaffer, 1938, p. 98). Team play was also viewed as beneficial, with the child learning how to “subordinate his desires to the common good and to develop loyalty to a purpose or a task undertaken.

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