Laura L. Shillam, Clara Beeman, Peggy Mellman Loshin; Effect of Occupational Therapy Intervention on Bathing Independence of Disabled Persons. Am J Occup Ther 1983;37(11):744–748. https://doi.org/10.5014/ajot.37.11.744
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This study was done to demonstrate whether or not occupational therapy intervention increases bathing independence for disabled persons. The bathing section of the Klein-Bell Activities of Daily Living Scale was administered to 19 physically disabled subjects before and after bathing training was completed by occupational therapists. All 19 subjects showed improvement in their ability to bathe themselves.
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