Date of Award
Critically Appraised Topic
Gail Bass/Devon Olson Lambert
Currently, there is an overall lack of evidence examining the effects of occupational therapy interventions to enhance families’ quality of life while dealing with virtual learning in school-aged children and the impacts of substance use on parents. The purpose of this critically appraised topic is to determine the availability for immediate use and the quality of occupational therapy interventions for improving the quality of life for families with school-age children dealing with school issues and virtual learning during the COVID-19 pandemic, specifically with parents who are also experiencing substance use issues
Christian, Madison; Lehmann, Alexis; and Steckler, Hannah, "Effectiveness and Availability of Occupational Therapy Interventions for Improving Quality of Life for Families Dealing with Virtual Learning During the COVID-19 Pandemic and Substance Use Issues" (2022). Critically Appraised Topics. 47.