Free to view:
A video providing an overview of the VdTMoCA for all disciplines (useful for explaining the Model to others), plus a video on approaching learning the VdTMoCA are available on YouTube channel: Creative Ability OT Model
There are also some freely accessible resources on the icancreativity Patreon page - read about it here - ICANcreativity on Patreon April 2022.pdf
ICAN updates and maintains a list of all known published texts and journal articles, unpublished research, conference presentations and posters as part of its commitment to the continuing professional development of advanced patrons at www.patreon.com/icancreativity
Freely accessible resources are below.
Carter M, Khatri R (2013) Justifying mental health OT practice: Analysis of routine outcome measurement data. Poster.
Murphy L (2017) Embracing change: Introducing the VdTMoCA to the MDT on an inpatient adult mental health rehabilitation ward. Poster presentation at the 5th ICAN International Vona du Toit Model of Creative Ability Conference, London.
Murphy L (2018) Being a catalyst for change: The journey of implementing an Occupational Therapy model within a multi-disciplinary team. Poster
Sherwood W (2013) How OTs assess creative ability in in-patient mental health services in South Africa: an MSc study. Presented at the 3rd ICAN International VdTMoCA conference, London.
Van der Linde J, Casteleijn D (2016) A comparison of two assessments of levels of functioning in clients with intellectual disability between occupational therapists and nursing staff within a long-term mental healthcare facility in South Africa, Curations 39(1), a1665. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6091641/
Occupational therapists that are using the VdTMoCA want to provide good quality, relevant, effective, research and evidence based services for the people who need them.
VdTMoCA Foundation (UK) (2015) Creating the evidence: Research priorities for VdT Model of Creative Ability informed occupational therapy.
Foreword by Dr Jennifer Creek. Creating the Evidence Research priorities July 2017.pdf