Oundation of Occupational Therapy practice
Essay demonstrating the philosophical underpinning that relates to populations; focusing on social, health and ill-health concepts.
A demonstration of the need to consider professional boundaries, ethical codes and standards of proficiency when working within and across a range of health and social care contexts.
Definitions of occupational therapy that consider concepts such as health, well-being and ill-health as the basis on which occupation is derived.
A robust description of the domains of concern relating to occupational therapy practice: core skills, concepts and frameworks. A discussion of how these are located within and on the core values and beliefs of the profession.