Occupational Science & Occupational Therapy - Journal articles

Occupational Science & Occupational Therapy - Journal articles

 

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  • Lee, E. Y.; de Lannoy, L.; Li, L.; de Barros, M. I. A.; Bentsen, P.; Brussoni, M.; Fiskum, T. A.; Guerrero, M.; Hallås, B. O.; Ho, S.; Jordan, C.; Leather, M.; Mannion, G.; Moore, S. A.; Sandseter, E. B. H.; Spencer, N. L. I.; Waite, S.; Wang, P. Y.; Tremblay, M. S.; Adams, M. L.; Alden, C.; Aubert, S.; Beaudry, M. C.; Berrigan, F.; Champkins, A.; Cordovil R.; McKinnon-Côté, E.; Daigle, P.; Demchenko, I.; Ellinger, J.; Faulkner, G.; Halsall, T.; Harvey, D.; Hunter, S.; Irvine R.; Jones, R.; Johnstone, A.; Kjellsson, A. W.; Lacoste, Y.; Larimore, R. A.; Larouche, R.; Lopes, F.; Lynch, Helen; Mall, C.; Manyanga, T.; Martin, A.; Molenaar, G.; Morrison, S. A.; Mota, J.; Nikiforidou, Z.; Parrington, A.; Parsons, K.; Point, M.; Pyper, S.; Ritchie, S. D.; van Rooijen, M.; Scoon, V.; Standage, M.; Stone, M.; Truong, S.; Uddin, R.; Silva, D. A. S.; Vanderloo, L. M.; Welensky, R.; Wentzell, E.; Winje, A .; Zeni, M.; Zorica, M. (BMC, part of Springer Nature, 2022-06-15)
    Background: A recent dialogue in the field of play, learn, and teach outdoors (referred to as “PLaTO” hereafter) demonstrated the need for developing harmonized and consensus-based terminology, taxonomy, and ontology for ...
  • Lynch, Helen; Hayes, Nóirín (Barnardos, 2015-09)
    Children learn to be in the world through doing: typically in the form of play, incorporating social connection and interactions. However, not all play is social and not all learning involves people: the physical environment ...
  • Moore, Alice; Boyle, Bryan; Lynch, Helen (Taylor & Francis, 2022-05-10)
    Universal Design (UD) is promoted internationally for the design of public playgrounds that support outdoor play, social participation, and inclusion. Despite this international recognition of UD, there is a lack of research ...
  • Wenger, Ines; Prellwitz, M.; Lundström, U.; Lynch, Helen; Schulze, C. (Taylor & Francis, 2022-05-22)
    Playgrounds designed with the intention to be inclusive are one approach to creating equal opportunities for all children, including those with disabilities, in terms of their right to play. However, when building inclusive ...
  • Moore, Alice; Boyle, Bryan; Lynch, Helen (Taylor & Francis, 2022-02-09)
    Purpose: Public playgrounds afford children and families important opportunities for outdoor play, social participation, and inclusion. Unfortunately, many children and families experience barriers to accessing, using, and ...

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