treatment approach, and their relevance to occupational therapy.
The occupational therapy perspective of occupation, health and wellbeing To be able to participate in one 's own life, to do the things we want to do, and to competently perform the activities that form part of our daily, weekly or monthly routines, is a common goal for most people. This not only includes taking part in the basic activities of self-care, such as grooming and dressing, but also extends to our work and leisure activities. It is through doing things that we learn and develop as
Placements 1.1. Aims of Report This report documents an occupation-focused strategy for the CCG to reduce health inequalities for the community, created by two OT students during a REP in a GP setting. An innovative occupational approach to improve health and wellbeing, meeting the occupational needs within this community are critically analysed, whilst exploring the potential role for an OT in primary care. Recommendations are offered to support future developments of this project. 1.2. Role Emerging
set of skill performed by occupational therapists which are central to practice and involved throughout the Occupational therapy process (Neistadt, 1996, AOTA, 2008). This will be done in relation to our case study of which the protagonist is Hugh, a 70 year old widower and retired baker, who was managing well an episode of depression but has recently been found apathetic, unwashed and in soiled clothes by the public mental health nurse, and referred to see an occupational therapist. Narrative Reasoning