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Turning Everyday Activities into Play is a program that was created for foster children, adopted children, and individuals who work with this population in the community. This program uses everyday activities to foster the connection between children and adults. The goal of this program is to use the power of play to support regulation and build stronger bonds and relationships by turning everyday activities into play.
University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences
Medical Subject Headings
Child, Adopted; Child, Foster; Play and Playthings; Parent-Child Relations; Occupational Therapy
Child Psychology | Family, Life Course, and Society | Occupational Therapy | Social Work
Siu, M. E., Cohill, B., & MacDermott, S. (2020, August 14). Turning Everyday Activities into Play: Building Relationships and Fostering Connections for Adopted and Foster Children. Poster presented at the Virtual OTD Capstone Symposium, University of St Augustine for Health Sciences. Retrieved from https://soar.usa.edu/otdcapstonessummer2020/9