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“Putting the Occupation Back in Occupational Therapy:” A Survey of Occupational Therapy Practitioners’ Use of Gardening as an Intervention (2014)

Wagenfeld, A., & Atchison, B. (2014). “Putting the occupation back in occupational therapy:” A survey of occupational therapy practitioners’ use of gardening as an intervention. The Open Journal of Occupational Therapy, 2(4).

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This study examines how and why occupational therapy practitioners across practice areas use gardening as an intervention. 60 occupational therapy practitioners completed a 15-question online survey about gardening as an occupational therapy interven ...

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