Infusing Occupation Into Practice: Comparison of Three Clinical Approaches in Occupational Therapy : Occupational Adaptation, Model of Human Occupation, and Occupational Science
Patricia A. Hickerson Crist, Charlotte Brasic Royeen
American Occupational Therapy Association, 1997 - Occupational therapy - 111 pages
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