Date Presented 03/26/20
Maternal supportive behavior and self-reflection are essential for healthy and sustained relationships with a child. It is imperative for OTs to be able to identify differences in how mothers support their children in joint play, as well as how they perceive these experiences. This study describes three case studies that illustrate differences and a possible relationship between how mothers support their children during joint play and each mother’s reflective capacity.
Primary Author and Speaker: Ariana D’Urso
Additional Authors and Speakers: Brittany Cho, Sara Zargarova, Laurette Olson, Amiya Waldman-Levi