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eudaimonia

(ū″dī-mōn′ē-ă, dĭ) [Gr. eudaimonia, good fortune, happiness]
A sense of fulfillment that arises from achieving one's full potential as a human being.
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There were no successful searches with occupational therapy and the word eudemonia or its alternate spellings (eudaimonism/eudaemonia/eudaemonism) in the Scopus and PubMed databases, except for the Hayward and Taylor (2011) study.
After looking at these broad categories of literature related to eudemonia, another iteration of analysis was done looking at specific concepts identified in the literature that we related to eudemonia.
The six concepts related to eudemonia that emerged from the literature search are presented in Table 1.
One concept related to eudemonia that was identified in the literature search was client-centered care.
No literature pertaining to stroke rehabilitation by occupational therapy and eudemonia or related concepts were identified.
No literature pertaining to the rehabilitation of individuals poststroke by occupational therapy and eudemonia or related concepts were identified.
The findings from the literature search suggest that there are categories and concepts related to eudemonia that may enhance occupational therapy services.
In our judgment, there are two sets of questions for initial application of eudemonia into occupational therapy practice, or what we shall call eudemonic care.
Review of the literature for this paper revealed no literature directly pertaining to the rehabilitation of stroke patients by occupational therapy and eudemonia or related concepts.
In terms of eudemonia, you might say that we have been supremely blessed.