Originally posted on: http://eatsleeploveot.tumblr.com/post/77078360479/the-kawa-model We have been instructed to use the current communities we are in and apply the Kawa model to it, now for those of you who don not Continue Reading »
Full article here: http://www.jengash.co.uk/kawa/ The metaphor of a river as life, is not a new one. It is embedded in our language as all metaphors are and speaks to part Continue Reading »
Abstract: In this article the author discusses reflections from the article of Jon Fieldhouse using the Kawa Model in practice and education. He mentions that the education against practice debate Continue Reading »
Abstract This article proposes the implementation of the occupational therapy Kawa (Japanese for river) model to promote “culturally relevant” client-centered care for combat and operational stress control services provided in Continue Reading »
This pilot study sought to gather information related to the experience of occupational therapists, using the Kawa Model of practice in a mental health setting. Two therapists utilized the model Continue Reading »
Abstract The Kawa (Japanese for river) model, developed by Japanese and Canadian rehabilitation professionals, presents an important and novel alternative to contemporary ‘Western’ models of rehabilitation. Rather than focussing primarily Continue Reading »
Abstract This paper aims to critique current occupational therapy practice and theory using Indigenous Australian people as a case example. Critical race theory will be used to help question the Continue Reading »
Originally from http://handtherapycanbefun.weebly.com/the-kawa-model.html – read full article there. Extract: Occupational Therapy Actions Using the KAWA Model Rocks Assess body mechanics as Jim performs tasks that generally cause him pain. Provide tips Continue Reading »
Occupational Therapy (Geriatric) Kawa Model Case from Jouyin
The Kawa Model in Neurology from Jouyin
Occupational Therapy (Medical Setting) Evaluation and Intervention Using the Kawa Model from Jouyin
Overview of the inaugral Kawa Model symposium in Japan, taking place on June 17, 2014, at Tokyo University of Technology, in Kamata, Tokyo.
Dr Iwama’s March 2015 visit to Australia for OTAustralia, University of Newcastle and the ANZAHPE & the AMEA.
By Jen Gash. Full text available at http://www.otcoach.com/kawa-coaching/ The integration of coaching within occupational therapy practice is often a key question asked by occupational therapists when they start learning Continue Reading »