Dr. Mogammad Soeker (Occupational Therapy)
|Faculty:||Community and Health Sciences|
|Qualifications:||Bsc Occupational Therapy (UWC)|
|MSc in Occupational Therapy, (UWC)|
|PhD Occupational Therapy (UWC)|
|My publications in this repository|
|More about me:||here , and here|
|Tel:||021 959 9339|
|Fax:||021 959 9359|
Not STRAIGHT forward for homosexuals: A look at the lived experiences of homosexual men, living in Cape Town, with regard to their worker roles. (IOS, 2015)The South African constitution protects the rights of gays; however in the workplace gays experience discrimination and marginalization. As a result of marginalization they struggle to reach their potential regarding career ...
(OMICS International, 2014)Objectives: The study is aimed at exploring, describing and understanding the experiences and perceptions of male ex-offenders with regard to adapting to their worker roles after they have been released from prison. Methods: ...
The influence of divorce on the occupations of primary school going children in the Western Cape, South Africa: The perspective of the child and a relevant counsellor (Nova Publishers, 2014)There have been a number of studies over the years that propose that divorce could create turmoil in children’s lives. Many theorists agree that divorce is a stressful life transition needing adjustment for both the parent ...
Returning individuals with mild to moderate brain injury back to work: A systematic client centered approach (InTech publishers, 2014)An increase in the numbers of individuals who sustained brain injuries due to motor vehicle accidents, trauma induced by violence and substance abuse, has resulted in more disabled individuals becoming non-productive ...
Occupational therapy students’ perceptions of the challenges they experience in adapting to a psychiatric fieldwork placement. (International Research Journals, 2014)Background: Mental health in Occupational Therapy is experiencing a decline in preference for practice. Aim: This study explored occupational therapy students’ perceptions of the challenges they experience in psychiatric ...