It is based on two fundamental principles: the importance ofhomes becoming enabling environments, and promoting user-centredservices. The authors argues that occupational therapists workingin the distinct context of housing require additional backgroundknowledge and professional skills to those used within healthcaresettings.
- Explores a broad range of theory bases and developing practicewithin the area of occupational therapy in housing
- Presents a vast array of knowledge, research andexperience
- Written by occupational therapists working as practitioners, educators and managers, alongside academics in the social policyand disability issues