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the total universe of human life domains, including physical, mental, and social aspects” (WHO, 2006, p. 211).A person with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis being content with his ability to find meaning in fulfilling the role of father through compensatory strategies and environmental modifi-cations (person)Members of an outpatient depression and anxiety support group feeling secure in their sense of group belonging and ability to help other members (group)Residents of a town celebrating the groundbreaking of a school during reconstruction after a natural disaster (population)Occupational justiceAccess to and participation in the full range of mean-ingful and enriching occupations afforded to others, including opportunities for social inclusion and the resources to participate in occupations to satisfy personal, health, and societal needs (adapted from Townsend & Wilcock, 2004).An individual with an intellectual disability serving on an ad-visory board to establish programs offered by a community recreation center (person)Workers having enough break time to have lunch with their young children in their day care center (group)Increased sense of empowerment and self-advocacy skills for people with persistent mental illness, enabling them to develop an antistigma campaign promoting engagement in the civic arena (group) and alternative adapted housing options for older adults to age in place (population)
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