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Spirituality in the occupational therapy community fieldwork process: a qualitative study in the South African context
(Occupational therapy Association of South Africa, 2017)
BACKGROUND: Spirituality is an integral part of communities; it is influenced by the environment and provides meaning and purpose to occupations. However, spirituality has been a controversial concept within the profession ...
An application of intervention mapping as a phased approach in developing a family-centred programme to reduce violence in the family
(Bentham Open, 2017)
AIM: To describe the application of intervention mapping in the development of a family-centred approach to reduce violence in the family. METHODS: Development towards a family-centred approach is described, in which only ...
An exploration of the family resilience needs of a rural community in South Africa: a sequential explanatory mixed methodological study design
(Springer Verlag, 2017)
The aim of the study is to identify and explore family resilience needs in a rural community in the West Coast region of South Africa. An explanatory mixed methodological sequential design was implemented. Firstly, ...
The effect of religion on parenting in order to guide parents in the way they parent: a systematic review
(Taylor & Francis, 2017)
Religion has a growing influence on parenting, and there remains a need to understand the influence of religious values in order to inform parents, and other professional bodies, on how religious beliefs can influence ...
Adolescent goals and aspirations in search of psychological well-being: from the perspective of self-determination theory
(Psychological Society of South Africa (PsySSA), 2017)
According to self-determination theory, an individual’s goal content and the processes involved in goal setting often represent the status of the individual’s mental health and well-being. When examining the importance ...
Illiteracy among caregivers: implications for children’s educational and social development
(UNISA Press, 2017)
The ability of primary caregivers to provide a healthy, nurturing and stimulating environment for their children is essential for children’s educational advancement and emotional development. However, caregivers who live ...