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Sexual activity is the most neglected and unspoken about Activity of Daily Living (ADL) in occupational therapy clinical practice due to lack training on how to address it with clients. Addressing the Unspoken ADL is a professional development training, created to train occupational therapist on how to talk about and include sexuality into evaluations and intervention strategies when working with individuals with spinal cord injury. This poster presentation outlines the completed literature review and development and implementation of Addressing the Unspoken ADL: A Professional Development Training.
University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences
Medical Subject Headings
Sexuality, Sexual Behavior, Spinal Cord Injuries, Occupational Therapy, Activities of Daily Living
Disability Studies | Neurology | Occupational Therapy
Starr, Cadence and Blackwell, Angela, "Addressing the Unspoken ADL: A Professional Development Training" (2020). Virtual OTD Capstone Symposium, Fall 2020. 3.