Brain Play: Identifying Diverse Interventions to Improve the Ability to Participate in Play Among Children with Brain Injuries
Objectives of Presentation:
At the end of this session, participants will...
1. Describe the occupational performance challenges for children who have sustained a brain injury in relation to play participation.
2. Differentiate the levels of effectiveness of diverse interventions that promote participation in play in children with brain injuries.
3. Apply and integrate the evidence, clinical expertise and client preferences in order to best promote play in children with brain injuries.
PICO: Within the scope of occupational therapy (OT), what diverse interventions (I) improve the ability to participate in play (O) among children diagnosed with a brain injury (P)?
Note: Handout with references is available at bottom of the page.
Recommended CitationCrosby, OTS, Samantha; Johler, OTS, Stephanie; Krysiak, OTS, Rebecca; Lowry, OTS, Emily; and Pohlman, OTS, Kristin, "Brain Play: Identifying Diverse Interventions to Improve the Ability to Participate in Play Among Children with Brain Injuries" (2017). Collaborative Research and Evidence shared Among Therapists and Educators (CREATE Day). Paper 68.