Occupation-activities of daily living
Occupational injustice exists when individuals are powerless to make decisions about their own life choices; they are thus restricted from participating in meaningful daily occupations that bring them fulfilment and satisfaction
Occupational justice is the right of every individual to be able to meet basic needs and to have equal opportunities and life chances to reach toward her or his potential but specific to the individual’s engagement in diverse and meaningful occupation.
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Think about a situation within your practice of occupational therapy or the circumstances that surround your practice (such as patient population, agency, neighborhood, rules, etc.) that you believe has an element of occupational injustice. Give details (without violating any confidentiality rules or badmouthing any individual or groupstick to the facts) about what you view as warranting this label.
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