This article provides a historic review of the movement toward integrated classroom placements as well as the characteristics of full-inclusion classrooms relevant to occupational therapy school-based practice. A full-inclusion model adopted by the Moorpark Unified School District is described. This model incorporates occupational therapy as a vital and integral component of the school’s inclusive education efforts.
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