Title of Work
Activity Engagement after Cancer in Community Based Survivors
This paper discusses the activity engagement in a sample of cancer survivors (n = 25) seeking community-based support. A modified version of the Activity Card Sort (ACSm) was used to measure activity engagement after cancer. On average, participants reported a 27% reduction in activity engagement since their cancer diagnosis. Findings provide direction for continued study of the needs of survivors in community-based cancer care and generate ideas on occupational therapy’s unique role in community-based survivorship.
Coss, Darla; Bass, Julie; and Lyons, Kathleen, "Activity Engagement after Cancer in Community Based Survivors" (2021). Occupational Therapy Faculty Scholarship. 80.