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Fuller, 1912, p. 7) In some cases the environment was highly regulated in an effort to develop healthy habits. Such habit-training programs for severely mentally ill persons employed highly organized schedules of everyday occupation. The environment was also seen as a context for meeting a variety of needs. Simple games, music, and a colorful atmosphere were used to stimulate the senses of regressed individuals. As persons progressed, therapists directed them toward more demanding occupations that emphasized sportsmanship and craftsmanship (Dunton, 1922; Hass, 1944).
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Box continues on page 22) 22 The Early Development of Occupational Therapy Practice CHAPTER 3 In 1917, Slagle joined other early leaders in Clifton Springs, New York, to form the National Society for the Promotion of Occupational Therapy. Slagle was elected the Society’s first vice-president and served in this post in 1919. She became president in 1920 (Schultz & Hast, 2001). As Executive Secretary for the American Occupational Therapy Association (formerly the National Society for the Promotion of Occupational Therapy), Slagle was instrumental in forming the Association’s theoretical underpinnings and designing standards for occupational therapy educational and treatment programs.