Publication Date

2014

Abstract

Background/aim: A collaborative approach with teachers is required when providing community-based occupational therapy to educationally at risk children. Collaborators share common goals and interact and support each other but challenges arise in providing collaborative occupational therapy in settings outside the school environment. The aim of this study was to capture experiences of teachers and occupational therapists working within a schoolbased occupational therapy program to determine if their experiences could inform collaborative practice.

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Journal Article

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