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Slidesfrom lecture given to Post Grad UNISA OT students on enabling occupation, 25/11/2008.

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  • Enabling Occupation
    • [email_address]
  • Enabling Occupation
    • My Life
    • My Story
    • My Work
    • My Home
    • My Life-Tools
    • Travel
    • Access
    • Attitudes
    • Blogs
    • A Life
    • Questions
    David N Wallace [email_address]
  • ME Dad View slide
  • ME Dad 2006 View slide
  • ME Dad David Wallace 2006
  • My Story 19091981-UR4139xx 1981-2006
  • My Story
    • Born Adelaide
      • (Year JFK died)
    • School Adelaide & Country SA
    • Trade School – Mechanic
      • (wired to solve problems)
    • Accident – 19 Sept 1981
      • (C4/5 Quadriplegic)
    • Rehab. - 5 weeks RAH, 5 months total
  • My Work
    • Trade School
    • Typewriter
    • 1984
    • Modem
    • BBS
    • Share
    • BBS for PWD
    • IT Coordinator
  • My Home
    • Own home
    • Modified existing
    • Universal design
    • Chairs and a sofa
  • My Life-Tools
    • Technology
      • Technology as a tool
      • Appropriate – not necessarily ‘high’
    • Adaptation
      • Positioning [a device] (my physical space)
    • Modification
      • Changing [a device] (function)
    • Manufacture
      • Making [a device] (no existing tool)
  • Tools – Adapt, Modify, Make
  • Tools – Adapt, Modify, Make
  • Tools – Adapt, Modify, Make
  • Tools – Adapt, Modify, Make
  • Tools – Adapt, Modify, Make
  • Tools – Adapt, Modify, Make
  • Tools – Adapt, Modify, Make
  • Tools – Adapt, Modify, Make
  • Tools – Adapt, Modify, Make
  • Tools – Adapt, Modify, Make
  • Tools – Adapt, Modify, Make
  • Tools – Adapt, Modify, Make
  • Tools – Adapt, Modify, Make
  • Tools – Adapt, Modify, Make
  • Tools – Adapt, Modify, Make
  • Tools – Adapt, Modify, Make
  • Tools – Adapt, Modify, Make
  • Tools – Adapt, Modify, Make
  • Travel
    • Logistical nightmare
      • Same problems as at home – just more!
    • A ccommodation
    • C are
    • T ransport
    • Unfamiliar environment
  • Travel
    • Accommodation
      • Where will I be able to stay
      • Where is it located
    • Care
      • How going get in/out bed
      • How going eat
    • Transport
      • How to get there
      • How to get around once there
    • Built Environment & Services
      • Buildings
      • Facilities in buildings (toilet)
      • Public spaces
      • Transport
      • Communication (telephone)
    • Universal Design : The design of products and environments to be usable by all people, to the greatest extent possible without the need for adaptation or specialized design.
    Access
  • Access
    • Connection
      • Not just Places
      • People
      • Social isolation
      • Communication
    • Relationship is the essence of existence.
    • Human beings not human doings.
  • Attitudes
    • Attitude determines
    • Altitude
    • Community 2D
      • Access & Tokenism
    Photo from Flickr by Ack Ook
  • Attitudes
    • Attitude determines
    • your Altitude
    • Community 2D
    • Disability 2C
    Photo from Flickr by Dale Gillard
  • Blogs - Share
  • Blogs - Connect
  • A LIFE Life is more than things and more that what we do . Life is about connection . Occupational Therapy should be about Enabling Connection .
  • Questions David N Wallace [email_address] Twitter: @dnwallace http://blog.dnwallace.com/ http://www.lifekludger.net Presentation: http://lifekludger.net/popular/