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Experiences of caregivers of children with spastic cerebral palsy regarding splinting in Uganda
Splinting is one of the many strategies used globally for managing neuromuscular impairments related to cerebral palsy. In Uganda, some children with cerebral palsy who have been provided with splints return to the ...
Exploring the lived experience of leisure travelling for people with disabilities
(University of the Western Cape, 2018)
Historically travelling was an option only for the affluent; however, with the turn of the 20th century, travelling shifted to an important form of free-choice learning by means of discovery. Travelogues of able-bodied ...
The experiences and perceptions of individuals with stroke about the usefulness of the model of occupational self efficacy in a rural setting
(University of the Western Cape, 2019)
Individuals diagnosed with stroke particularly in rural communities have a poor return to work rate. Vocational rehabilitation has been used as an intervention strategy with various types of clients with disability or ...
Investigating the prevalence of health risk behavior and the association with leisure boredom among high school students in Lagos, Nigeria
(University of Western Cape, 2019)
Health risk behaviors are public health problems which are of concern in occupational therapy because they tend to be the causes of disability and death among adolescents and youths in the world. Identifying risk factors ...