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Fine motor difficulties : The need for advocating for the role of occupational therapy in schools
Quality and impact of occupational therapy journals : Authors' perspectives
Occupation and occupational therapy : Knowledge paradigms and everyday practice
Reliability of the original and revised versions of the Assessment of Living Skills and Resources
Understanding where we come from : Occupational therapy with urban Indigenous Australians
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 : Challenges and solutions
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