Exploring the applicability and utility of the Subect-Centered Integrative Learning model in client and family education
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Client education is one of the primary intervention methods used by occupational therapists. However, existing models for client education within occupational therapy do not provide information on how practitioners can make the link between teaching interactions and occupation explicit for learners. The educational model proposed in this study, the Subject Centered Integrative Learning model for Occupational Therapy (SCIL-OT), can provide the connection between teaching interactions and client occupation by guiding the provision of information in an explicit and visual manner that represents ...