Originally Posted by FlipFlops
I disagree completely. I have shadowed in almost every setting conceivable with every population you can think of and I don't think there was ever a place or time that didn't require you to be crafty or creative.
I just finished shadowing at a Rehab Center at a hospital and the OTs often did projects specifically tailored to the patient. If they were into nature, they made flower pots and planted things. If they liked to cook, they might make something in the kitchen. You can decide not to do these things but it will be noticeable and you will be bored.
That sounds like a good experience and great place to shadow. Where was it if you don't mind me asking?