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Barbara L. Kornblau"I RECOMMEND THIS BOOK to anyone who experienced the pain of 9/11-to whatever degree. It SHOWS THE TRUE MEANING OF OCCUPATION AND PARTICIPATION FOLLOWING TRAGEDY by telling the stories of survivors, rescuers, OT practitioners, and volunteers. The many compelling stories in this book convey the powerful message that individuals and communities recover from such monumental loss 'through engagement, [in] one meaningful activity at a time.' This book is a healing work. As a family member of a victim of 9/11, I read each chapter with my tissues in hand and felt comforted by the shared stories. We have so much to learn from the experiences of others in the face of such an unimaginable tragedy, and how engagement and participation can help us all heal."
—JD, OT/L, FAOTA, DAAPM, CCM, President, American Occupational Therapy Association; Professor, Occupational Therapy, Law & Public Health, Nova Southeastern University