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The therapy used in Schaaf’s study is designed to target underlying factors as a basis for improving participation challenges. “There are no ‘typical’ goals for parents with their children,” Schaaf said. “Each goal needs to be individually created for each child. That’s really the hallmark of occupational therapy: It’s client-centered and individually tailored.”

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