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The Vona du Toit Model of Creative Ability (VdTMoCA) (du Toit, 1974) is an occupational therapy practice model of contemporary relevance to OTs and other health care professionals and assistants. It is an ability and recovery focused model that enables therapists to facilitate the recovery of volition, motivation and action (occupational performance, doing), understanding the relationship between doing and becoming. The term creative relates to one's ability to change in response to life‘s demands (the creation of oneself), as well as creation of tangible things and solutions to problems... The model describes sequential levels of volition, motivation and corresponding action, called levels of creative ability. Based on these, Occupational Therapy is offered to match what the person has volition, motivation and ability for, but which also poses a challenge, mastery of which has the potential to result in growth in volition, motivation and ability. The individual's experience of having..
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