- Discuss how trauma from intimate partner violence negatively impacts occupational performance in relation to sleep
- Recognize the role occupational therapy can play in enhancing sleep participation among survivors of domestic violence
- Identify relevant evidence-based interventions applicable to the scope of occupational therapy for survivors of domestic abuse
- Express the need for further research to address interventions for sleep disturbances among survivors of intimate partner violence
What interventions within the scope of occupational therapy will lead to improved sleep participation among survivors of domestic abuse?
Recommended CitationPatel, Nia; Plumeri, Elizabeth; and Roselli, Sarah, "Time for a Good Night's Rest: Occupational Therapy Practice in Sleep after Domestic Violence" (2021). Collaborative Research and Evidence shared Among Therapists and Educators (CREATE Day). Paper 97.