Occupational Disruption in the Pandemic: A Window into the Better Understanding of our Clients
Dr. Paula Kramer PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA, Professor Emeritus, University of the Sciences, Philadelphia, PA, USA
COVID has drastically changed the critically important occupations of many and has enhanced our understanding of occupational disruption experienced by clients with disabilities. Occupational therapists profess to understand disruption, but now have a personal experience of disruption. The pandemic provides a unique perspective on our clients’ experience.
– Understanding clients’ occupational disruption through a personal experience lens
– Acknowledge parallels between occupational disruption due to pandemic and the occupational disruption of illness/disability.
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