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Healing 9/11; creative programming by occupational therapists.


Healing 9/11; creative programming by occupational therapists.

Ed. by Pat Precin.

Haworth Pr.


193 pages




In this follow-up to Surviving 9/11: Impact and Experiences of Occupational Therapy Practitioners (Haworth Press, 2003), Precin, an OT with a housing agency, presents 11 personal accounts focusing on long-term interventions and programs established by OTs to aid victims, including rescue workers. Illustrations include a series of amazing time-lapse color photos showing the attacks from a New Yorker's window, and various memorial and healing activities. Co-published simultaneously as Occupational Therapy in Mental Health, v. 21, numbers 3/4, 2006.

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Date:May 1, 2006
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