Extend readers’ understanding of the concepts of occupation and enablement that continue to evolve from the 1980s to today.
Profile occupation as the core domain and enablement as the core competency of occupational therapy.
Profile generic practice models and frameworks that can guide occupation- based enablement with population, organization, community, group, family and individual clients.
Profile occupation-based enablement supported by evidence, scholarship, accountability, funding, and workforce planning in multiple funding systems, diverse cultural contexts, and inter-professional collaboration with public and professional partners.
Honour and affirm Canada’s 30 years of occupational therapy leadership in creating generic guidelines for the vast array of practices that represent the broad scope of occupational therapy.
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