Date of Award
Doctor of Occupational Therapy (OTD)
A person's ability to successfully perform complex tasks requires a higher level of thinking made possible through the successful use of executive functions. Executive functions develop over time, but typical development begins in early childhood. When children experience interruptions to development, executive dysfunction can inhibit their ability to reach their full occupational potential with play, academics, and social skill development. This scholarly project aims to promote executive function using an evidence-based approach to support occupational therapy practitioners and the children they serve with executive dysfunction.
Hopkin, Autumn, "IMPROVING OCCUPATIONAL ENGAGEMENT FOR CHILDREN WITH EXECUTIVE DYSFUNCTION" (2023). Occupational Therapy Capstones. 565.