Date of Award
Critically Appraised Topic
Gail Bass/Devon Olson Lambert
Chronically homeless mothers face many challenges with their quality of life due to trauma, mental illness, substance abuse, and stress that impacts the person, their environment, and occupations. Currently there is a lack of occupational therapy interventions for improving the quality of life for this population. The purpose of this critically appraised topic is to address the role of occupational therapy within the population of chronically homeless mothers and how it can improve their quality of life.
Dullum, Stephanie; Fussy, Caitlyn; and Jacobson, Cierra, "Effectiveness of Occupational Therapy Services on Quality of Life Among Chronically Homeless Mothers with Children" (2022). Critically Appraised Topics. 43.