Date of Award
Master of Occupational Therapy (MOT)
Multiple Sclerosis -- therapy; Occupational Therapy; Primary Health Care
The purpose of this scholarly project is to provide occupational therapists with a quick reference guide describing the unique role of occupational therapy to provide treatment for patients with multiple sclerosis within a primary care setting.
A substantial literature review was completed to gather knowledge on multiple sclerosis, occupational therapy, primary care, and the intertwining of these three concepts. The findings from the literature review assisted to guide the development of the product.
A collaborative client and therapist guide was developed to guide treatment for individuals with multiple sclerosis within a primary care setting. Occupational therapists bring a holistic perspective to the primary care setting. Therefore, quick and effective interventions are appropriate for primary care services. The project opens up a discussion for how occupational therapists can improve quality of life for individuals in a primary care setting.
Callahan, Amanda and Chartier, Danielle, "Occupational Therapy in Primary Care: Progressive Neurological Disorder" (2019). Occupational Therapy Capstones. 407.