Date Presented Accepted for AOTA INSPIRE 2021 but unable to be presented due to online event limitations.
This phenomenological study explored perceptions of school-based OT practitioners through the use of semistructured interviews, to gain insight regarding their views and experiences in providing contextually based services. Four themes emerged: a strong working relationship with other stakeholders is essential; contextually based service delivery is intentional; contextually based services need to be individualized; and there are systemic barriers to the provision of contextually based service delivery.
Primary Author and Speaker: Francine M. Seruya
Additional Authors and Speakers: Mindy Garfinkel, Wesley Sanon, Christina Medwid, Victoria Fullerton, and Cassandra Velez