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(Occupational Therapy International[TA])
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  • Everyday Activities for Children with Mitochondrial Disorder: A Retrospective Chart Review. [Journal Article]
  • OTOccup Ther Int 2018; 2018:5716947
  • Lindenschot M, de Groot IJM, … Nijhuis-van der Sanden MWG
  • CONCLUSIONS: This pilot exploration indicates that the types of activities that children with mitochondrial disorders perform are not necessarily linked to the child's impairments. However, differences in levels of independence, assistive device usage, and energy costs seem to exist. Future research should address the child's perspective on, and meaning of, activity performances.
  • Role Participation: A Comparison across Age Groups in a Norwegian General Population Sample. [Journal Article]
  • OTOccup Ther Int 2018; 2018:8680915
  • Bonsaksen T
  • CONCLUSIONS: Role continuity was the most prevalent role pattern in the total sample, whereas role loss appeared to be the most prevalent role pattern among those in the oldest age group. Rehabilitation services in general and participation-focused occupational therapy in particular may profit from assessing role participation in clients and potentially target roles through intervention.
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