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Parents’ Understanding of Play for Children With Cerebral Palsy/ Graham, Naomi E; Truman, Juliette; Holgate, Heather

By: Graham NE.
Contributor(s): Truman J | Holgate H.
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticle Media type: Article Subject(s): Dany cerebral | Infants | Joc - Ús terapèutic | Pares i fills | Teràpia OcupacionalOnline resources: Accés restringit usuaris EUIT In: The American Journal Of Occupational Therapy 2015 MAI-JUN; 69(3): 6903220050p1-6903220050p9Summary: OBJECTIVE. To present the findings of an exploratory study regarding the experience of play as an everyday occupation for children with severe cerebral palsy from their parents’ perspective. approach. After ethical approval, 7 participants were recruited and completed an interview and contextual information sheet. play, burden of play, expanding the concept of play, and therapy and play. These components were interlinked and contributed to parents’ understanding of play. the importance of affirming typical play, recognizing the burden of play, explaining expanded play, and explaining the importance of play for play’s sake.
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OBJECTIVE. To present the findings of an exploratory study regarding the experience of play as an everyday occupation for children with severe cerebral palsy from their parents’ perspective. approach. After ethical approval, 7 participants were recruited and completed an interview and contextual information sheet. play, burden of play, expanding the concept of play, and therapy and play. These components were interlinked and contributed to parents’ understanding of play. the importance of affirming typical play, recognizing the burden of play, explaining expanded play, and explaining the importance of play for play’s sake.

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