Striving for competence can undermine well-being

Posted on March 1st, by editor in Journal of Dementia Care. No Comments

Traditional values in occupational therapy can be unhelpful in dementia care. Hazel May describes her particular focus on tasks, objects and groups, and how these can be used to uphold personhood.
Author/s: Hazel May
Vol: 6, Issue: 2, pp20-21

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