The International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health: They’re talking our language
Compensable work disability management: A literature review of biopsychosocial perspectives
Understanding children's motivation from a self-determination theoretical perspective: Implications for practice
A longitudinal study on the transformation of 15 occupational therapist students’ paradigms into occupational therapists’ paradigms
Choosing the most appropriate environment to evaluate independence in everyday activities: Home or clinic?
Discharge decision-making with older people: The influence of the institutional environment
Validity and reliability of the MEDYN questionnaire for evaluation of functioning in mental health clients receiving occupational therapy
The International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health can help to structure and evaluate therapy
Using a participatory research method to develop a handbook for driving instructors to assist with teaching older drivers
Daily activities of families with a child with severe autism revolved around the need to occupy and pacify the child: Families felt robbed of meaning and satisfaction in family life
There was insufficient evidence to conclude whether parent-mediated early intervention was effective for children with autism
Three sessions of adult imitation increased some appropriate social behaviours of young children with autism
The Handwriting speed test
Exploration of the link between occupational therapy models and the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health: A response from colleagues in Norway
Exploration of the link between conceptual occupational models and the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health: Answers to the comments from Norway
Hand rehabilitation: A quick reference guide and review (2nd ed.)
Leisure in later life (3rd edition)
Hand and upper extremity splinting, principles and methods (3rd edition)
Erratum