Sunday, 27 June 2010

Making a Cup of Tea – an Occupational Therapy Perspective

Can you make a cup of tea? Can you imagine not being able to? Can you consider any reasons as to why it might be difficult to make a cup of tea?

Let us take the task of making a cup of tea and look at how it is applicable to occupational therapy.

Making a cup of tea can be used as part of an evaluation to determine a person's level of independence in the kitchen. When would this be relevant and for who?

I have had so many ask about this that I have now prepared the answers for you in this attractive document. I am excited to share that you can find out all the answers in this Interactive Worksheet prepared as a PDF download.

Get your copy today!



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