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July-September 2019| Vol 51| Issue 3

Editorial

Developing trends in occupational therapy: Global versus Indian perspective

Occupational therapy (OT) is viewed as a benchmark profession, crucial to the development of society, for addressing contemporary and future societal issues. The profession primarily helps enabling ...


Original Article

A comprehensive study of community-based inclusion, rehabilitation, and multidisciplinary approach toward cross-disabilities in panchayats of North India

Background: Demonstrated multidisciplinary, scalable, and replicable panchayat models for effective inclusion of persons with disabilities (PwDs) are much needed in a developing country like ...


Original Article

To develop an occupational therapy kit for handwriting skills in children with dysgraphia and study its efficacy: A single-arm interventional study

Background: Handwriting is a complex perceptual-motor skill dependent on the maturation and integration of a number of cognitive, perceptual, and motor skills. Handwriting develops through in...


Original Article

Comparison of efficacy of the Test of Visual Perceptual Skills-3 and the Rivermead Perceptual Assessment Battery with Performance of Indian drivers on driving simulator for determining off-road perceptual skills: A pilot study

Background: Driving simulator (DS) is frequently used in traffic research in order to study various traffic scenarios with related traffic phenomena. This current pilot study assesses off-roa...


Original Article

Pretend play as a therapeutic modality to enhance social competence in children with autism spectrum disorder:A quasi-experimental study

Background: Social development for a child is the child's ability to approach others, get along with other children and their ability to manage a relationship with other peers. Play as an...


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The Indian Journal of Occupational Therapy, a publication of The All India Occupational Therapists’ Association, is a peer-reviewed print + online Quarterly journal.

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