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Visual art in physical rehabilitation experiences of people with neurological conditions/ Symons, Jane; Clark, Hannah; Williams, Kerry; Hansen, Emily; Orpin, Peter

By: Symons J.
Contributor(s): Clark H | Orpin P | Hansen E | Williams K.
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticle Media type: Article Subject(s): Neurologia | Rehabilitació física | Teràpia artística | Teràpia Ocupacional | Art | Occupational therapy | RehabilitationOnline resources: Accés restringit usuaris EUIT In: BRITISH JOURNAL OF OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY 2011 GEN; 74 (1): 44-52Summary: Aims: The aims of this study were to understand the experience of participation in visual art from the perspective of adults undergoing outpatient physical rehabilitation and to determine whether art has a place in this context. weekly art class run by a qualified art teacher and occupational therapists in an outpatient physical rehabilitation setting. Nine participants with neurological conditions discussed their experience of the programme and the goals they were working towards or had achieved through painting. the participants meeting their individual rehabilitation goals. It also assisted the participants in using time, increasing enjoyment, regaining confidence and planning for engagement in future activities. All these achievements were seen by the participants to contribute to their rehabilitation or recovery. The identified themes align with the aims of rehabilitation and are similar to findings from many other studies investigating the use of art by people affected by illness or disability. visual art with clients in rehabilitation and validate its place in a physical rehabilitation programme.
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Aims: The aims of this study were to understand the experience of participation in visual art from the perspective of adults undergoing outpatient physical rehabilitation and to determine whether art has a place in this context. weekly art class run by a qualified art teacher and occupational therapists in an outpatient physical rehabilitation setting. Nine participants with neurological conditions discussed their experience of the programme and the goals they were working towards or had achieved through painting. the participants meeting their individual rehabilitation goals. It also assisted the participants in using time, increasing enjoyment, regaining confidence and planning for engagement in future activities. All these achievements were seen by the participants to contribute to their rehabilitation or recovery. The identified themes align with the aims of rehabilitation and are similar to findings from many other studies investigating the use of art by people affected by illness or disability. visual art with clients in rehabilitation and validate its place in a physical rehabilitation programme.

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