Using wellness recovery action plan and sensory-based intervention: A case example
The Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP) is a tool used by persons living with psychiatric disabilities, which guides the development of an individualized plan of action to help achieve and/or maintain wellness and recovery. Through use of sensory-based treatment, the clients are able to explore sensory preferences and use this information when developing their plan. The WRAP and sensory-based treatment are complementary in nature and can be successfully blended to promote wellness and recovery for this population. As the occupational therapists are equipped to educate the clients on the link between sensory preferences and obtainment of wellness and recovery, this paper describes how the occupational therapy practitioners developed a program that used both for implementation of services. © 2012 Informa Healthcare USA, Inc.
Occupational Therapy in Health Care
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Gardner, Jennifer; Dong-Olson, Valerie; Castronovo, Anthony; Hess, Megan; and Lawless, Kelly, "Using wellness recovery action plan and sensory-based intervention: A case example" (2012). Kean Publications. 2175.