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Gaps identified in this scoping review highlight inconsistencies in the reporting of treatment specificity that may affect the replication and translation of Ayres Sensory Integration® (ASI) research into practice.

This study found that the use of serial trichotomization in clinical tests of unfit drivers increases the accuracy of predicting pass and fail outcomes and reduces the number of drivers undergoing unnecessary on-road assessments.

The Test of Visual–Motor Skills is a useful assessment tool to detect deficits in visual–motor integration for Taiwanese kindergarten children with developmental coordination disorder.

This is the first study to use the Weekly Calendar Planning Activity with autistic adolescents who do not have an intellectual disability as a performance-based measure of executive function.

This research identifies barriers and facilitators regarding insufficient knowledge about occupational therapy’s role in cancer care and adds a better understanding of gaps in referrals to occupational therapy.

This study provides an overview of literature regarding interventions to improve the financial capability of clients with acquired functional impairments.

This study investigated the lived experience of parents of children with autism spectrum disorder and how the use of assisted communication benefits the parent–child relationship.

Children’s behavioral problems are an important consideration for occupational therapy practitioners working with preschoolers. The results of this study suggest that relationships exist between behavioral problems, sensory processing, and sleep among preschoolers.

This research highlights the prevalence of burnout and perceived pressures related to productivity requirements among occupational therapy practitioners working in geriatric settings.

The results of this study show that occupational therapy practitioners can play a critical role in addressing driving and community mobility among teens and young adults with autism spectrum disorder to support independence.

Making Meaning is a group intervention that shows promise for improving spiritual well-being for people with multiple sclerosis.

This systematic review adds to the evidence base indicating that occupation-based interventions have the potential to promote the occupational performance of older adults living in long-term care.

This study found that kindergarteners who performed poorly in spatial relationships, visual–motor Integration, manual dexterity, and attention were likely to have less legible Chinese handwriting and slow writing speed in the first grade.

This study provides occupational therapists who are interested in implementing the SENSE program (Supporting and Enhancing NICU Sensory Experiences) with an understanding of common barriers, facilitators, costs, and adaptations.

This study explored implementing evidence-based practice (EBP) and its relationships to burnout and work-related self-efficacy among occupational therapists.

This study shows that the current form of the Turkish Sensory Responsiveness Questionnaire can contribute to understanding the sensory processing abilities of Turkish people with and without mental disorders.

Columns: Brief Report

This study highlights how the built environment and opportunities for social participation are associated with a community’s overall health.

By reporting on the content validity of the Gaylord Occupational Therapy Cognitive screen, this brief report begins the necessary process of evaluating the measure’s overall validity and reliability.

The Issue Is . . .

In this column, the authors define and explore issues facing the U.S. mental health care system and the different roles and perspectives that are relevant to occupational therapy professionals.

The authors advocate for increased curricular content centered on the foundations of occupation so that students and future practitioners can increasingly apply, analyze, evaluate, and creatively use occupation in the classroom and in practice.

Columns: State of the Science

This State of the Science column examines evidence that aligns common applications of diversity, equity, and inclusion and occupational therapy research and suggests areas of focus to advance a culturally affirming and antiracist science of occupation.

Evidence-Based Practice: Practice Guidelines

These Practice Guidelines provide strong and moderate evidence for occupational therapy practitioners to support adults living with Alzheimer’s disease and related neurocognitive disorders and their care partners.


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