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Participation in day centres for people with psychiatric disabilities – a focus on occupational engagement/ Tjörnstrand, Carina; Bejerholm, Ulrika; Eklund, Mona

By: Tjörnstrand C.
Contributor(s): Eklund M | Bejerholm, U.
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticle Media type: Article Subject(s): Centres de dia | Psiquiatria | Salut mental | Teràpia Ocupacional com a professióOnline resources: Accés restringit usuaris EUIT In: BRITISH JOURNAL OF OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY 2013 MAR; 76(3): 144-150Summary: Background: Day centres are central for community participation among people with mental health problems. Understanding day centre attendees' occupational engagement is therefore important. southern Sweden completed a time-use diary, recording their occupational engagement during the most recent day at the day centre. The transcribed data were analysed using thematic content analysis. getting empowered, from which the participants' reflections could be understood. engaged and to create routines, and challenged the attendees to be more active in their daily life. Day centres have the potential to provide empowering occupations and rehabilitation for people with mental health problems and to help them towards a more participatory life.
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Background: Day centres are central for community participation among people with mental health problems. Understanding day centre attendees' occupational engagement is therefore important. southern Sweden completed a time-use diary, recording their occupational engagement during the most recent day at the day centre. The transcribed data were analysed using thematic content analysis. getting empowered, from which the participants' reflections could be understood. engaged and to create routines, and challenged the attendees to be more active in their daily life. Day centres have the potential to provide empowering occupations and rehabilitation for people with mental health problems and to help them towards a more participatory life.

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