Date Presented 04/13/21
The value of family-centered care is identified in the literature, highlighting the need for therapists to use a variety of approaches. However, there is limited evidence as to how to best provide care with families dealing with complex contexts such as language, cultural, and socioeconomic differences. This session will provide the perspectives of eight OTs who identified strategies to support the primary caregiver and ways in which to build therapeutic alliances.
Primary Author and Speaker: Tamera Keiter Humbert
Additional Authors and Speakers: Patricia A. Henton
Contributing Authors: Shelley Dean