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(Occupational Therapy International[TA])
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  • Play, Playfulness, and Self-Efficacy: Parental Experiences with Children on the Autism Spectrum. [Journal Article]
  • OTOccup Ther Int 2018; 2018:4636780
  • Román-Oyola R, Figueroa-Feliciano V, … Torres-Colón L
  • CONCLUSIONS: The results suggest that a good match between motivation for playing and perceived indicators of efficacy during play is important for a parental sense of self-efficacy. Occupational therapists should utilize coaching strategies to increase parents' understanding of play and playfulness and how they can affect a sense of parental self-efficacy.
  • Occupational Therapy in Complex Patients: A Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial. [Journal Article]
  • OTOccup Ther Int 2018; 2018:3081094
  • Pellegrini M, Formisano D, … Costi S
  • CONCLUSIONS: Experimental OT was feasible in complex patients in a hospital-home-based setting. It ameliorated both patients' performance and satisfaction in carrying out relevant activities and improved independence in instrumental ADL. The trial is registered with NCT02677766.
  • Sensory Overresponsivity, Loneliness, and Anxiety in Taiwanese Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder. [Journal Article]
  • OTOccup Ther Int 2018; 2018:9165978
  • Syu YC, Lin LY
  • CONCLUSIONS: This study demonstrates that the relationships existed between sensory processing difficulties, loneliness, and anxiety among adults with ASD. Interventions regarding sensory processing difficulties and emotional well-being are substantial need for adults with ASD, and our results highlight the importance of sensory overresponsiveness and anxiety in evaluating and improving the psychological well-being of adults with ASD.
  • Correlation between Leisure Activity Time and Life Satisfaction: Based on KOSTAT Time Use Survey Data. [Journal Article]
  • OTOccup Ther Int 2018; 2018:5154819
  • Cha YJ
  • CONCLUSIONS: Based on these results, in order to improve the quality of life (QoL) for older adults, it is necessary to develop various leisure programs that require dynamic physical activities and to prepare alternative policies at the national level to promote participation in leisure activities by older adults. This study will provide occupational therapists (OTs) with data they can use to help older adults who have difficulty in time usage through time management intervention to improve their life satisfaction and QoL.
  • 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.
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