Linda Madigan DiJoseph; Independence Through Activity: Mind, Body, and Environment Interaction in Therapy. Am J Occup Ther 1982;36(11):740-744. doi: 10.5014/ajot.36.11.740.
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Philosophy, theory, and practice are not separate entities but lie on a continuum. Our philosophy in occupational therapy speaks to purposeful activity and Man as an active being. In treatment, we must integrate philosophy and theory into practice, including the use of activity as our primary tool. We must also integrate activity into the totality of motor behavior and consider mind, body, and environment in all areas of practice.
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