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OT Practice 25(4) (April 2020)

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Abstract

Occupational therapy practitioners, along with other experts in health care, well understand the connection between mental health—whether affected by stress, trauma, or other factors—and individuals’ general physical health and ability to do all their many basic and instrumental ADLs. Fortunately, health care providers are taking great steps to address the mental health of all their patients, and to promote good mental care through their daily interactions and by participating in promotional campaigns, such as Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day on May 9, as highlighted in this issue’s cover story on page 10.
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OT Practice 25(4) (April 2020)

Author(s): AOTA
Abstract: Occupational therapy practitioners, along with other experts in health care, well understand the connection between mental health—whether affected by stress, trauma, or other factors—and individuals’ general physical health and ability to do all their many basic and instrumental ADLs. Fortunately, health care providers are taking great steps to address the mental health of all their patients, and to promote good mental care through their daily interactions and by participating in promotional campaigns, such as Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day on May 9, as highlighted in this issue’s cover story on page 10.
Published: April 2020
Publisher: American Occupational Therapy Association
Language: English

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