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Fine motor difficulties
Quality and impact of occupational therapy journals
Occupation and occupational therapy
Reliability of the original and revised versions of the Assessment of Living Skills and Resources
Understanding where we come from
The influence of the quality and quantity of social support in the promotion of community participation following stroke
A review of the selection for occupational therapy outcome measures in a community mental health rehabilitation setting
An innovative occupation-focussed service to minimise deconditioning in hospital
Application of the occupational adaptation framework in child and adolescent occupational therapy practice. A case study
Therapeutic practice resulted in moderate improvement in handwriting ability for children with poor handwriting when compared with sensorimotor intervention, but not when compared with a control group
Kinaesthetic training was no more effective than handwriting practice or no treatment in improving kinaesthesis or handwriting speed and legibility in grade-one students
Parents of children with developmental coordination disorder (i) experienced uncertainty as they came to understand their children and (ii) described a trajectory of changing difficulties as their children got older
Parents of children with developmental coordination disorder (i) experienced uncertainty as they came to understand their children and (ii) described a trajectory of changing difficulties as their children got older