Ageing in the right place - a prototype of a web-based housing counselling intervention for later life.
Conclusion and Significance: A user-centred design process can result in services that are aligned with older adults' preferences for obtaining housing information. Services for planning and preparing future housing needs have the potential to increase older adults´ well-being at home as well as reduce costs for care and housing provision by the municipalities. PMID: 31305191 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
Conclusions and Significance: This review provides insights into the features and outcomes of IPE placement models in Allied Health programs. The review expands the body of knowledge which previously focused on nursing and medicine and can inform educators about IPE placement implementation. PMID: 31402739 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
Conclusion: The 20 selected activities of PmP were especially relevant for children with ID in South Africa. The usefulness of the scales was higher for the children with ID in both countries. PmP is promising for assessing participation across different settings but psychometrical properties and clinical utility need further exploration. PMID: 31402722 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
Conclusion: The findings suggest that both qualitative and quantitative articles use appropriate sample sizes. However, descriptions of the studied populations are frequently unclear, which may affect the transferability and generalization of the results. Significance: In order to support practice, efforts are needed to develop research aims and questions that develop knowledge to embrace more than just basic research. PMID: 31361178 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
Conclusion and Significance: Understanding the participants' lived experiences raised consciousness of the injustices that exist before and during rehabilitation which uncovered pointers to improve local substance addiction rehabilitation programs: use of occupation-based social participation interventions, limitation of occupational therapy services due to lack of human resources reinforcing interprofessional collaboration, a participatory approach is essential in discussing and addressing injustices, and deliberate use of political activities of daily living. PMID: 31322976 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
Conclusions: There is therapeutic potential in supporting work identity development, and this support can empower the personal recovery process for young adults. PMID: 31298964 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
Conclusion: The MF programme is feasible in Sweden, and its client-centred and occupation focus is consistent with therapists' scope of practice. In the future, acceptability and satisfaction from the perspectives of MS participants should be examined. Larger, more robust intervention studies evaluating effectiveness are also warranted. PMID: 31282796 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
Conclusion: Given the benefits and the perceived utility of the COPM-DK, a more routinely use, to place OTs and CCP in the center of Danish healthcare system, is recommended. Key Messages The utility of the Danish version of the Canadian Occupational Performance Measure is supported, according to Danish occupational therapists in various rehabilitation settings and hospitals. Using the Canadian Occupational Performance Measure seems to enhance a client-centred practice with collaborative goals and helps to establish partnership, being of value to the interdisciplinary team, too. The utility and acceptability of the Canadia...
Conclusions and Significance: Whilst spouses generally return to their daily routines after a family members' mild stroke, some will experience increased time pressures and occupational disruptions. Health providers should prepare spouses for behavioral and emotional changes in people with mild stroke. PMID: 31264497 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
Conclusions and significance: Each of participants' transitions unfolded in unique, complex patterns. The processes directions of the transitions were understood as waning and waxing of agency. This agency could be individual, and shared with or dedicated by others, when participants and other persons combined their skills or when participants were supported by others. PMID: 31230503 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
Conclusions: The findings present a complex, dynamic and multifaceted understanding of the activities and occupations of adults living with chronic conditions. Significance: This study demonstrates the value of exploring the experiences of actual or potential occupational therapy clients to refine the concept of human occupation. An in-depth knowledge of what people do is an essential foundation for person-centred, occupation-based practice. PMID: 31177892 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]