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Background. Children and youth with severe cerebral palsy (CP) have limited independent mobility, which affects opportunities for overall development. Purpose. To examine the effectiveness of Power Fun, a therapeutic powered mobility summer camp. Methods. A quasi-experimental, repeated-measure design was used, with participants acting as their own control. Twenty-four participants with severe CP (aged 7–20 years) attended Power Fun for three weeks, five days/week. Assessments of powered mobility skills and functional mobility goals were conducted three weeks before the camp (T1), at baseline (T2), postintervention (T3), and at three-week follow-up (T4). Findings. An analysis of variance results indicated significant improvements in powered mobility skills (F(1,22) = 56.61, p < 0.001, η2p = 0.74) and functional mobility goals (F(1,58) = 80.17, p < 0.001, η2p = 0.74), with 70% of goals achieved postintervention. A descriptive analysis revealed three learning profiles. Implications. This study provides initial evidence supporting the effectiveness of Power Fun as an intervention promoting powered mobility for children with severe CP, across a range of abilities.
Background. Children and youth with severe cerebral palsy (CP) have limited independent mobility, which affects opportunities for overall development. Purpose. To examine the effectiveness of Power Fun, a therapeutic powered mobility summer camp. Methods. A quasi-experimental, repeated-measure design was used, with participants acting as their own control. Twenty-four participants with severe CP (aged 7–20 years) attended Power Fun for three ...

Troubles du développement ; Ergothérapie ; Fauteuils roulants - Utilisation

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Sommaire:
Page 05: Un 10e colloque annuel 100% en virtuel: l'ergothérapie dans un monde en changement.
Page 06: Arrivées, un nouveau poste et départ à la retraite
Page 07: Remise de Prix et de bourses
Page 08: Position de l'Ordre des ergothérapeutes du Québec sur la Politique d'hébergement et de soins et services de longue durée
Page 09 à 10: Bilan 2021 de l'inspection professionnelle
Page 11 à 12: L'inspection à l'ère du numérique
Page 13 à 15: Publication prochaine d'un document sur l'ergothérapie en enfance-jeunesse
Page 16: Révision de la politique d'admissibilité au transport adapté
Page 17: Qu'est-ce que le comité d'enquête à l'éthique et à la déontologie
Page 17: Encadrement professionnel de la kinésiologie - Consultation de l'Office des professions du Québec
Page 18 à 19: La reconnaissance des compétences des ergothérapeutes dans le domaine d'attribution des aides techniques arrive enfin!
Page 20: Consultation concernant un nouveau régime juridique applicable à la gestion et la protection des renseignements de santé et de services sociaux.
Page 21: Tenue de dossier - fin de l'intervention
Page 23 à 24: Ergothérapeute en action : le parcours d'une pionnière
Page 25 à 27: Utilisation du simulateur de conduite en réadaptation physique
Page 28: Opération BD fierté!
Page 29: Nouvelles des partenaires: Nouvelles technologies, GPS et «GPS humain»: la position de la société de l'assurance automobile du Québec
Page 30: Pleins feux sur la relève: La place de l'ergothérapie en milieu agricole
Page 31: Bienvenue aux nouveaux membres
Page 32 à 33: Formation continue 2020-2021
Page 34: Formation continue autres organismes
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Page 05: Un 10e colloque annuel 100% en virtuel: l'ergothérapie dans un monde en changement.
Page 06: Arrivées, un nouveau poste et départ à la retraite
Page 07: Remise de Prix et de bourses
Page 08: Position de l'Ordre des ergothérapeutes du Québec sur la Politique d'hébergement et de soins et services de longue durée
Page 09 à 10: Bilan 2021 de l'inspection professionnelle
Page 11 à 12: L'inspection à l'ère du numérique
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Ergothérapie

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Importance: Instrumental activities of daily living (IADLs) are important for independence, safety, and productivity, and people with Parkinson’s disease (PD) can experience IADL limitations. Occupational therapy practitioners should address IADLs with their clients with PD.
Objective: To systematically review the evidence for the effectiveness of occupational therapy interventions to improve or maintain IADL function in adults with PD.
Data Sources: MEDLINE, CINAHL, PsycINFO, OTseeker, and Cochrane databases from January 2011 to December 2018.
Study Selection and Data Collection: Primary inclusion criteria were peer-reviewed journal articles describing Level 1–3 studies that tested the effect of an intervention within the scope of occupational therapy on an IADL outcome in people with PD. Three reviewers assessed records for inclusion, quality, and validity following Cochrane Collaboration and Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses (PRISMA) guidelines.
Findings: Twenty-two studies met the inclusion criteria and were categorized into four themes on the basis of primary focus or type of intervention: physical activity, specific IADL-focused, cognitive rehabilitation, and individualized occupational therapy interventions. There were 9 Level 1b, 9 Level 2b, and 4 Level 3b studies. Strong strength of evidence was found for the beneficial effect of occupational therapy–related interventions for physical activity levels and handwriting, moderate strength of evidence for IADL participation and medication adherence, and low strength of evidence for cognitive rehabilitation.
Conclusions and Relevance: Occupational therapy interventions can improve health management and maintenance (i.e., physical activity levels, medication management), handwriting, and IADL participation for people with PD. Further research is needed on cognitive rehabilitation. This review is limited by the small number of studies that specifically addressed IADL function in treatment and as an outcome. What This Article Adds: Occupational therapy intervention can be effective in improving or maintaining IADL performance and participation in people with PD. Occupational therapy practitioners can address IADL function through physical activity interventions, interventions targeting handwriting and medication adherence, and individualized occupational therapy interventions.
Importance: Instrumental activities of daily living (IADLs) are important for independence, safety, and productivity, and people with Parkinson’s disease (PD) can experience IADL limitations. Occupational therapy practitioners should address IADLs with their clients with PD.
Objective: To systematically review the evidence for the effectiveness of occupational therapy interventions to improve or maintain IADL function in adults with PD.
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Ergothérapie ; Activités de la vie quotidienne (Réadaptation) ; Maladie de Parkinson

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Background: ADHD is neurodevelopmental disorder which persists into adulthood. Presently, therapeutic
approaches are mainly pharmacological and psychological whilst the role, scope and approaches of occupational
therapists have not been adequately described.
Results: In this consensus statement we propose that by assessing specific aspects of a person’s occupation,
occupational therapists can deploy their unique skills in providing specialist interventions for adults with ADHD. We
also propose a framework with areas where occupational therapists can focus their assessments and give practice
examples of specific interventions.
Conclusions: Occupational therapists have much to offer in providing interventions for adults with ADHD. A
unified and flexible approach when working with adults with ADHD is most appropriate and further research on
occupational therapy interventions is needed.
Background: ADHD is neurodevelopmental disorder which persists into adulthood. Presently, therapeutic
approaches are mainly pharmacological and psychological whilst the role, scope and approaches of occupational
therapists have not been adequately described.
Results: In this consensus statement we propose that by assessing specific aspects of a person’s occupation,
occupational therapists can deploy their unique skills in providing specialist ...

Trouble déficitaire de l'attention ; Ergothérapie ; Intégration sensorimotrice

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- 426 p.
Cote : WB555 B561 2021

Staying current on new evidence and practice across the field of early childhood can be challenging and time consuming. This comprehensive new text covers all aspects of occupational therapy in early childhood across early intervention, preschools, and health care, providing the most effective, evidence-guided practices to equip practitioners working with young children. Best Practices for Occupational Therapy in Early Childhood addresses legislative, professional, and contextual influences on providing occupational therapy to young children and their families and promotes coordination of services across settings. Chapters cover essential considerations, best practices, case examples, and key terms and concepts of occupation, development, participation, family- and client-centered practices, and community partnerships. Wide in scope but detailed in practical, evidence-based information, Best Practices for Occupational Therapy in Early Childhood prepares practitioners to support and enhance outcomes for occupational therapy’s youngest clients and their families.
Staying current on new evidence and practice across the field of early childhood can be challenging and time consuming. This comprehensive new text covers all aspects of occupational therapy in early childhood across early intervention, preschools, and health care, providing the most effective, evidence-guided practices to equip practitioners working with young children. Best Practices for Occupational Therapy in Early Childhood addresses ...

Ergothérapie pour enfants ; Ergothérapie ; ENFANTS

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Cote : WM308 B9168o 2020

Occupational Therapy for Adults With Intellectual Disability provides occupational therapy practitionners and students with occupation-based solutions to serve and empower individuals with intellectual disability, as well as their families and caregivers, toward more self-determined, authentic lives.

There are few texts that exist within occupational therapy that support this population. Dr. Kimberly Bryze and the contrinuting authors are all occupational therapists who have provided or currently provide occupational therapy services to adults with intellectual disability in various settings. They bring their expertise in scholarship and offer thoughtful, evidence-based approaches for practitionners to create change for individuals, communities, organizations, and society.

This text presents an occupational perspective of individuals with intellectual disability, given its focus on the following:
* Quality of living
* Social well-being
* Role competence
* Occupational identity
* Self-advocacy
* Occupational justice

Occupational Therapy for Adults With Intellectual Disability is ideal for occupational therapy edicators who teach content related to adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, occupational therapy practitionners who provide services to adults with intellectual disability in various clinical, community, and residential settings, and occupational therapy students.
Occupational Therapy for Adults With Intellectual Disability provides occupational therapy practitionners and students with occupation-based solutions to serve and empower individuals with intellectual disability, as well as their families and caregivers, toward more self-determined, authentic lives.

There are few texts that exist within occupational therapy that support this population. Dr. Kimberly Bryze and the contrinuting authors are all ...

Déficience intellectuelle - Réadaptation ; Ergothérapie - Méthodologie ; Ergothérapie ; Adultes

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Background.
Youth with Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD) and other neuromuscular disorders are living well into adulthood and often need help engaging in meaningful occupations.

Purpose.
Our purpose was to explore enablers and barriers to engaging in meaningful occupations, from the perspectives of youth, parents, and practitioners.

Method.
This qualitative study involved 26 participants (11 parents, eight youth ages 19 to 28 [mean = 22.3 years], seven practitioners). Data were obtained from semistructured interviews and analyzed using an interpretive descriptive approach.

Findings.
Youth with DMD and neuromuscular disorders engage in meaningful occupations in a variety of ways. Occupational enablers were supports and accommodations and self-care skills and coping strategies, while occupational barriers involved societal expectations of a normative adulthood, discrimination and inaccessible environments, lack of supports and resources, medical challenges, fatigue, lack of motivation, and social isolation and depression.

Implications.
Practitioners should work to uncover what youth consider important and connect them to appropriate resources so they can engage in meaningful occupations.
Background.
Youth with Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD) and other neuromuscular disorders are living well into adulthood and often need help engaging in meaningful occupations.

Purpose.
Our purpose was to explore enablers and barriers to engaging in meaningful occupations, from the perspectives of youth, parents, and practitioners.

Method.
This qualitative study involved 26 participants (11 parents, eight youth ages 19 to 28 [mean = 22.3 ...

Ergothérapie ; Adolescents ; Réadaptation professionnelle

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Background.
Occupational performance (OP) and interventions during post-traumatic amnesia (PTA) following traumatic brain injury are poorly understood.

Purpose.
This study aims to describe a study protocol to (a) track person factors of OP throughout PTA and (b) assess the feasibility of a randomized controlled trial (RCT) protocol comparing an occupation-based multisensory stimulation and environmental enrichment intervention with usual care during PTA.

Method.
A prospective observational study will be conducted with an embedded Phase II RCT with 30 participants in PTA. Participants will be randomly assigned to group and regularly assessed on PTA and OP measures. Feasibility aspects will be recorded in a logbook. All measures will be repeated at PTA resolution and 1 month later, with a follow-up questionnaire completed at 6 months postinjury.

Findings.
Observational data will be analyzed using correlations. Feasibility will be examined descriptively, and group comparisons will be conducted to determine effect size.

Implications.
Results will provide a broader understanding of OP during PTA and inform future trials.
Background.
Occupational performance (OP) and interventions during post-traumatic amnesia (PTA) following traumatic brain injury are poorly understood.

Purpose.
This study aims to describe a study protocol to (a) track person factors of OP throughout PTA and (b) assess the feasibility of a randomized controlled trial (RCT) protocol comparing an occupation-based multisensory stimulation and environmental enrichment intervention with usual care ...

Ergothérapie ; Troubles de la mémoire

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Background.
Although home environment assessments are commonly performed by occupational therapists working in home care, use of nonstandardized measures created in-house or lack of measure use can cast a shadow over the quality of these assessments for people with disabilities. To ensure quality of home environment assessments, occupational therapists need standardized measures with demonstrated psychometric properties.

Purpose.
This study provides a critical appraisal of objective accessibility measures of the home environment.

Method.
A systematic review was undertaken for which three databases—CINAHL, PubMed, and Embase—were searched to identify accessibility measures of the home environment and evaluate their psychometric properties. Two authors independently assessed the quality of selected studies using the critical appraisal form for psychometric articles.

Findings.
Ten studies discussing seven accessibility measures were identified and selected for this review. No measures showed strong evidence of both good reliability and validity. Only one study addressed the responsiveness of a measure of accessibility.

Implications.
As occupational therapists are specialists of the person–environment relationship, the lack of evidence of the psychometric properties of objective accessibility measures of the home environment harms evidence-based occupational therapy practice. This review identified the most promising assessment tools, but further research is needed.
Background.
Although home environment assessments are commonly performed by occupational therapists working in home care, use of nonstandardized measures created in-house or lack of measure use can cast a shadow over the quality of these assessments for people with disabilities. To ensure quality of home environment assessments, occupational therapists need standardized measures with demonstrated psychometric properties.

Purpose.
This study ...

Ergothérapie ; Soins à domicile ; Environnement

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Background.
Physical activity (PA) promotes children’s health. While sensory processing is integral to motor output, research regarding PA in children with sensory processing challenges is sparse.

Purpose.
This study aimed to examine the PA pattern and its association with daily life participation of children with sensory processing challenges.

Method.
Forty-four children ages 5 to 7 years were divided into the study group (children with sensory processing challenges; n = 22; 16 males) and an age-matched typically developing control group (n = 22; nine males). Parents completed the Short Sensory Profile, a demographic questionnaire, Participation in Childhood Occupations Questionnaire, and Participation in Physical Activity and Sedentary Behavior Questionnaire–Modified. Data were analyzed using descriptive statistics and correlational analysis.

Findings.
Structured PA was reported in 45% and 77% of the study and control groups, respectively (p = .030). In the study group, the level of participation in PA was found to be significantly correlated with play and leisure activities.

Implications.
Promoting structured and group PA opportunities may be important for children with sensory processing challenges.
Background.
Physical activity (PA) promotes children’s health. While sensory processing is integral to motor output, research regarding PA in children with sensory processing challenges is sparse.

Purpose.
This study aimed to examine the PA pattern and its association with daily life participation of children with sensory processing challenges.

Method.
Forty-four children ages 5 to 7 years were divided into the study group (children with ...

Activité motrice ; Sens et sensations ; Ergothérapie

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Background.
Acute hospitalization of older adults can lead to deconditioning and the need for rehabilitation to facilitate a return to home and previous lifestyle. An occupational therapy intervention to combat deconditioning is activity pacing, an active self-management strategy where individuals learn to modify how and when activities are completed with the aim of improving participation in occupation.

Purpose.
This study will examine the effectiveness of occupational therapy with activity pacing during rehabilitation for deconditioned older adults.

Method.
A randomized controlled trial is proposed with inclusion criteria of older adults, 65+ years old, living independently in the community prior to admission, with adequate cognition and language to participate in the intervention. Participation, health status, self-efficacy in daily activities, self-efficacy in activity pacing techniques, and symptom management (pain and fatigue) will be measured at admission, discharge, and 3 months postdischarge.

Implications.
Determining if an activity-pacing program is effective will provide occupational therapists with evidence to support service delivery.
Background.
Acute hospitalization of older adults can lead to deconditioning and the need for rehabilitation to facilitate a return to home and previous lifestyle. An occupational therapy intervention to combat deconditioning is activity pacing, an active self-management strategy where individuals learn to modify how and when activities are completed with the aim of improving participation in occupation.

Purpose.
This study will examine the ...

Gériatrie ; Ergothérapie ; Personnes âgées ; Autonomie chez la personne âgée

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This paper reports on the outputs and outcomes of a productive garden used to facilitate participate to learn activities in an inpatient rehabilitation centre. We explore the thinking behind the novel use of a horticultural therapist and make suggestions for further areas of research into using participate to learn as an approach to inpatient rehabilitation.

Rehabilitation ; Ergothérapie

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Introduction. With community-dwelling elders waiting to adapt their bathroom, Health and Social Services Centers in Quebec (Canada) combined human resources through cross-skilling within interdisciplinary teams. To this end, occupational therapists implemented in-house "tools" to support nonoccupational therapists in selecting bathing equipment. However, unknown psychometric properties of those in-house "tools" cast doubt on the quality of service provided to elders. Little is also known about the best processes to use to support the deimplementation of such nonevidence-based practices. This study presents the effect of a knowledge transfer and exchange intervention designed to deimplement in-house "tools" and replace them with an evidence-based tool (Algo). Methods. Censuses were conducted with the 94 Health and Social Services Centers of Quebec providing homecare services, before and after the knowledge transfer and exchange intervention (2009-2013). In 2013, the deimplementation of in-house "tools" and their replacement by Algo were measured with Knott and Wildavsky's levels of utilization. Results. Cross-skilling within interdisciplinary teams increased between censuses (87% to 98%), as did use of in-house "tools" (67% to 81%). Algo's uptake started during the knowledge transfer and exchange process as 25 Health and Social Services Centers achieved the first level of utilization. Nonetheless, no Health and Social Services Center deimplemented the in-house "tools" to use Algo. Conclusion. The knowledge transfer and exchange process led to the development of a scientifically sound clinical tool (Algo) and challenged the status quo in clinical settings regarding the use of nonevidence-based practices. However, the deimplementation of in-use practices has not yet been observed. This study highlights the need to act proactively on the deimplementation and implementation processes.
Introduction. With community-dwelling elders waiting to adapt their bathroom, Health and Social Services Centers in Quebec (Canada) combined human resources through cross-skilling within interdisciplinary teams. To this end, occupational therapists implemented in-house "tools" to support nonoccupational therapists in selecting bathing equipment. However, unknown psychometric properties of those in-house "tools" cast doubt on the quality of ...

Ergothérapie ; Soins à domicile

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Description.
Le Lifestyle Redesign® (LR) a pour objectif de soutenir, à travers des routines occupationnelles saines et signifiantes, la santé, le fonctionnement et la qualité de vie d’aînés. Les données probantes concernant son efficacité et sa rentabilité sont toutefois dispersées.

But.
Cette étude visait à synthétiser les effets cliniques et le coût-efficacité du LR et à vérifier l’applicabilité des résultats en milieu communautaire québécois.

Méthodologie.
Une recension systématique des écrits a été réalisée, suivie d’un groupe de discussion auprès de quatre ergothérapeutes.

Résultats.
Considéré rentable (sous les 50 000 $ d’année de vie ajustée par la qualité), le LR présente des bénéfices tant pour la santé mentale que physique. Selon les ergothérapeutes consultés, la pertinence d’intégrer le LR à leur pratique est sans équivoque, mais comporte des défis.

Conséquences.
Le LR est une intervention ergothérapique dont les effets cliniques et le coût-efficacité sont prometteurs pour les aînés vivant dans la communauté.
Description.
Le Lifestyle Redesign® (LR) a pour objectif de soutenir, à travers des routines occupationnelles saines et signifiantes, la santé, le fonctionnement et la qualité de vie d’aînés. Les données probantes concernant son efficacité et sa rentabilité sont toutefois dispersées.

But.
Cette étude visait à synthétiser les effets cliniques et le coût-efficacité du LR et à vérifier l’applicabilité des résultats en milieu communautaire ...

Ergothérapie ; Promotion de la santé ; Services communautaires de santé

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OBJECTIVE. Children with a specific learning disability (SLD) have deficits in social and academic competence and executive function (EF). In this study, we used the Model of Human Occupation to investigate the effect of peer-play activities on occupational values and competence as well as EF skills (i.e., behavior regulation and metacognition) in children with SLD. METHOD. Forty-nine children ages 7-11 yr with SLD were randomly assigned to the peer-play and control groups. Outcome measures were the Behavior Rating Inventory of Executive Function and the Child Occupational Self- Assessment (COSA). RESULTS. Data analysis showed that the effects of the intervention on EF skills were medium to large. The occupational values and competence did not change according to the COSA. CONCLUSION. Occupational therapy practitioners can use peer-play activities to enhance EF in children with SLD; however, perceived occupational values and competence may not show any changes with the peer-play intervention using a self-assessment instrument.

OBJECTIVE. Children with a specific learning disability (SLD) have deficits in social and academic competence and executive function (EF). In this study, we used the Model of Human Occupation to investigate the effect of peer-play activities on occupational values and competence as well as EF skills (i.e., behavior regulation and metacognition) in children with SLD. METHOD. Forty-nine children ages 7-11 yr with SLD were randomly assigned to the ...

Troubles de l'apprentissage ; Ergothérapie ; Fonctions exécutives (Neuropsychologie) ; Enfants - Soins

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Kielhofner, Gary [3]

Brunelle, France [2]

Drake, Margaret [2]

Frolek Clark, Gloria [2]

Townsend, Elizabeth [2]

Tubbs, Carol Crellin [2]

Badger, Julia [1]

Bannigan, Katrina [1]

Black, Roxie M. [1]

Bonder, Bette R. [1]

Bouffioulx, Edouard [1]

Bowyer, Patricia [1]

Bryant, Wendy [1]

Bryze, Kimberly [1]

Bundy, Anita C. [1]

Cahill, Susan M. [1]

Cantin, Noémie [1]

Capra, Christine L. [1]

Carin-Levy, Gail [1]

Case-Smith, Jane [1]

Chandler, Barbara E. [1]

Ciaravino, Elizabeth A. [1]

Cole, Marilyn B. [1]

Cotterill, Diane [1]

Craik, Christine [1]

Cronin-Davis, Jane [1]

Cronin, Anne [1]

Dubois, Bénédicte [1]

Dziedzic, Krysia [1]

Edwards, Sandra J. [1]

Ferland, Francine [1]

Fieldhouse, Jon [1]

Fossey, Ellie [1]

Frick, Ron [1]

Frick, Sheila M. [1]

Gallen, Donna B. [1]

Geist, Rebecca [1]

Graebe, Garth [1]

Graff, Maud [1]

Guesné, Jérémy [1]

Gupta, Jyothi [1]

Haller, Rebecca L. [1]

Hammond, Alison [1]

Hemphill-Pearson, Barbara J. [1]

Hemphill, Barbara J. [1]

Henry, Diana A. [1]

Heras, Carmer Gloria de las [1]

Humbert, Tamera Keiter [1]

Huri, Meral [1]

Ikiugu, Moses N. [1]

Jacobs, Karen [1]

Jasmin, Emmanuelle [1]

Kane-Wineland, Maureen [1]

Kawar, Mary J. [1]

Kennedy, Karen L. [1]

Kirsh, Bonnie [1]

Krupa, Terry [1]

Lane, Shelly J. [1]

Latella, Donna [1]

Law, Mary [1]

Li, Yanling [1]

Lim, Kee Hean [1]

Long, Cathy [1]

MacDermid, Joy C. [1]

MacRae, Nancy [1]

Mandich, Angela [1]

Maraï, Rachid [1]

McCoy-Powlen, Jenna D. [1]

McKay, Elizabeth Anne [1]

McMillan, Ian R. [1]

McNamara, Mary [1]

Meriano, Catherine [1]

Miller Kuhaneck, Heather [1]

Morel-Bracq, Marie-Chantal [1]

O'Brien, Jane Clifford [1]

Parker, Ruth [1]

Parks, Stephanie [1]

Pellissier, Jérôme [1]

Pendleton, Heidi McHugh [1]

Pierce, Doris [1]

Pitts, Deborah [1]

Polatajko, Helene J. [1]

Poriel, Géraldine [1]

Poulin, Samuel [1]

Richards, Gabrielle [1]

Riguet, Karine [1]

Rioux, Joyce E. [1]

Sansom, Sarah Thiébaut [1]

Schultz-Krohn, Winifred [1]

Straathof, Theresa [1]

Suarez, Michelle A. [1]

Swindeman, Susan [1]

Thijssen, Marjolein [1]

Thomas, Heather [1]

Tortora, Leïla [1]

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Ergothérapie [79]

Activités de la vie quotidienne (Réadaptation) [9]

Ergothérapie pour enfants [9]

Réadaptation [8]

Malades mentaux - Réadaptation [7]

Rehabilitation [6]

Arrêt cardiaque - Traitement [4]

Intégration sensorimotrice [4]

Soins à domicile [4]

Ergothérapeutes - Déontologie [3]

Sens et sensations [3]

Activité motrice [2]

Art-thérapie [2]

ENFANTS [2]

Ergothérapie - Pratique [2]

Ergothérapie pour personnes âgées [2]

Exercice [2]

Jardinage - Emploi en thérapeutique [2]

Maladie d'Alzheimer [2]

Maladies mentales - Traitement [2]

Physiothérapie [2]

Psychopathologie - Diagnostic [2]

Schizophrénie [2]

Accidents vasculaires cérébraux [1]

Activité motrice chez l'enfant [1]

Adolescents [1]

Adultes [1]

Aidants naturels [1]

Anatomie humaine [1]

Autisme [1]

Autistes - Réadaptation [1]

Autonomie chez la personne âgée [1]

Cerveau - Commotion [1]

Cerveau - Lésions et blessures - Complications et séquelles [1]

Communication interculturelle [1]

Déficience intellectuelle - Réadaptation [1]

Démence [1]

Diagnostics cliniques [1]

Dynamique des groupes [1]

Éducation des patients [1]

Enfants - Soins [1]

Enfants atteints de troubles du développement - Réadaptation [1]

Enfants autistes - Réadaptation [1]

Enfants handicapés - Réadaptation [1]

Enfants malades - Réadaptation [1]

Enfants malades mentaux - Réadaptation - Études de cas [1]

Environnement [1]

Ergothérapie - Méthodologie [1]

Fauteuils roulants - Utilisation [1]

Finances personnelles [1]

Fonctions exécutives (Neuropsychologie) [1]

Gériatrie [1]

Incapables (Droit) - Québec (Province) [1]

Incapacité (Droit) - Québec (Province) [1]

Jeu chez l'enfant [1]

Kinésiologie [1]

Logique médicale [1]

Ludothérapie [1]

Maladie de Parkinson [1]

Maladies chroniques [1]

Manipulation (Thérapeutique) [1]

Mécanique humaine [1]

Médecine clinique - Prise de décision [1]

Médecine factuelle [1]

Milieu scolaire [1]

Moelle épinière - Lésions et blessures [1]

Motivation (Psychologie) [1]

Muscles - Physiologie [1]

Neurophysiologie [1]

Personnalité - Tests [1]

Personnes âgées [1]

Petits groupes [1]

Phytothérapie [1]

Prématurés - Soins hospitaliers [1]

Promotion de la santé [1]

Psychothérapie de groupe [1]

Psychothérapie dynamique [1]

Qualité de la vie [1]

Réadaptation professionnelle [1]

Relations interethniques [1]

Rhumatologie [1]

Santé mentale [1]

Services communautaires de santé [1]

Sociologie [1]

Spiritualité [1]

Système nerveux - Maladies [1]

Système nerveux - Physiologie [1]

TESTS PSYCHOLOGIQUES [1]

Tête - Lésions et blessures [1]

Tétraplégiques - Réadaptation [1]

Thérapeutique par l'exercice [1]

Trouble déficitaire de l'attention [1]

Troubles de l'apprentissage [1]

Troubles de l'intégration sensorielle [1]

Troubles de la mémoire [1]

Troubles du développement [1]

Troubles psychomoteurs - Traitement [1]

Vie spirituelle [1]

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