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The Vona du Toit Model of Creative Ability: A practical guide to occupational therapy for people with learning disabilities

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Sherwood, W. (2017) The Vona du Toit Model of Creative Ability: A practical guide to occupational therapy for people with learning disabilities. London. Vona du Toit Model of Creative Abilty Foundation (UK). 

ISBN: 978-1-9997797-0-2 

This is the first book dedicated to the application of the Vona du Toit Model of Creative Ability (VdTMoCA) to occupational therapy for people with learning disabilities.

Having set out the theoretical parameters of the Model and the context for occupational therapy in the field of learning disabilities, the authors share their experiences of VdTMoCA informed occupational therapy through reflections, practice-based case examples, and tips on how to make a start with learning, embedding and implementing the Model. As indicated by its title, this book aims to provide occupational therapists and their support workers with a practical guide to applying the VdTMoCA in practice, providing a range of resources to copy and use. Accompanied by key literature on the Model, this book will also be a valuable learning resource for occupational therapy students and educators.

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Delivery within the UK is expected 5-10 working days after you have placed your order. 

For international customers, it is possible that your book could go missing, be destroyed, or arrive 1-2 months late. Unfortunately we cannot offer replacements or refunds for lost or damaged international shipments.

Any queries please contact bethwhite@vdtmocaf-uk.com. 

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