Many activities contribute to health
Activate your mind, body & senses
Develop your capabilities and potential
Build security & prosperity
Connect with others
What you do every day matters…
About Do Live Well
The “Do Live Well” framework is a new Canadian tool that was developed by Occupational therapists to capture evidence linking a range of activity patterns to health and well-being outcomes. It is based on the idea that “what you do every day matters”. It is a positive health promotion approach designed to empower individuals to recognize changes in activity patterns and health, and to identify ways to restore or revitalize their patterns of activity engagement. Read more…
Introduction to the Do-Live-Well Framework
Why Do Live Well?
This framework prompts reflection and discussion regarding ways in which everyday activities can impact overall health and well-being. It can be used with clients of all ages and abilities to promote healthy activity patterns. It can also be used to inform colleagues and decision makers in the field of health promotion about our unique evidence-based occupational perspective. Read more…
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- Do Live Well Video Series
We are excited to let you know about the upcoming Do Live Well video series through Active Aging Canada that will air every Wednesday starting on January 24th, 2018 through to March 14th. The following is a list of the videos: 1.1: express yourself (Dr. Lori Letts) 1.2 build prosperity (Dr. Lori Letts) 1.3 contribute […]
- Do Live Well Framework presented at World Congress of Psychiatry in Berlin
The “Canadian” Do Live Well Framework was presented at the World Congress of Psychiatry in Berlin Germany on Oct. 11th. The symposium also featured a German translation of the framework and application of the ideas in the context of mental health practice in Germany. Watch for German resources on the website –coming soon!
- OT Training Workshop November 30th
Watch for an upcoming OT training workshop on November 30th by Nadine Lariviere. This is a full day workshop at the OT program at the University of Montreal for OTs in practice.
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