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  • 1. Art and Craft as a way of rehabilitation
  • 2. This powerpoint shows occupations observed in theArts for Health setting. This occupation of arts andcrafts is used in this setting as a way ofrehabilitation for adults who are mentally ill,injured or suffering from a disease.In this setting I observed adults who came togetherand thrived off the art and company of other adultsand helpers who could relate to what they weregoing through and support them through theireveryday struggles.
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  • 23. Reference ListFigures 1-5 and 20 were photographed by myself.Figure 6 retrieved from: http://www.sciencephoto.com/media/283574/enlargeFigure 7 retrieved from: http://bookinlasvegas.blogspot.co.nz/2011/10/card-making-in-laughlin.htmlFigure 8 retrieved from: http://www.huntingtoncountytab.com/archives/community?filter0=11&filter1=2009Figure 9 retrieved from: http://www.artsandhealth.ie/2012/02/20/arts-for-health-open-network-event/Figure 10 retrieved from: http://www.contemplationhomes.co.uk/adults-with-learning-difficulties/organised-activities/Figure 11 retrieved from: http://www.thechargeraccount.org/?p=5119Figure 12 retrieved from:http://www.biggleswadetoday.co.uk/lifestyle/entertainment/christmas_spirit_at_the_library_1_3268029Figures 13-16 retrieved from: http://www.artsforhealth.co.nz/Figure 17 retrieved from: http://westseattleblog.com/2011/12/happening-now-holiday-artscrafts-fair-at-skylark-cafeFigure 18 retrieved from: http://riverfallscommunityeducation.areavoices.com/Figure 19 retrieved from: http://www.kirstenlappingdesigns.com/Skill-Challenge(1140402).htm

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