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Learning as a Group: The Perspective on Inmate Education Through Occupational TherapyMiranda Tippie MOT,OTR/L, Ryan C. Kidwell, Mica Closson & Amanda Munoz MOT,OTR/L
In the Hancock County Justice Center (HCJC) there has been a collaboration to connect inmates with educational opportunities in order to build daily living skills through occupational therapy (OT) programming. “In its simplest terms, occupational therapists help people across the lifespan participate in the things they want and need to do through the use of everyday activities (occupations)." (About Occupational Therapy, 2015). The priority of this programming is for enhancing the educational opportunity of the inmates; however, the collaboration with The University of Findlay OT department has allowed OT students to gain valuable experience as well... .. full story