Occupational Therapy at the Library
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As a child, when I looked at a tree, I saw much more than a tree. I saw a playground, a fort, a mountain to climb, monkey bars, a great hide-and-seek spot, and a place to relax. Similarly, I now view the library through different eyes. It holds limitless potential if only we branch out and exercise a healthy blend of childlike vision and clinical reasoning. This book was designed to tap into a resource communities already possess – the library – for a therapeutic purpose. Each library resource or activity can address a variety of performance components. It is all about viewing them through different eyes and tailoring it to your clients’ needs.