This market-leading text and reference provides the most current, comprehensive presentation of occupational therapy concepts and practice. Following the authors' clear guidance and expertly crafted exercises, readers will learn how to apply a client-centered, occupational and evidence-based approach across the full gamut of practice settings.
Completely updated and revised, this Eleventh Edition reflects a greater emphasis on evidence and the growing focus on occupation as the basis for practice. Plus, this edition has greatly expanded its first-person narratives, offering unique insights into the experience of living with disease or disability. A new unit, Occupation and Health in Society, addresses social and health policy, health promotion, community integration, and occupational justice.
A companion website offers student and instructor ancillaries.
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Book Description LWW, 2008. Book Condition: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: UNIT I Occupational Nature of Humans The Making and Mattering of Occupational Science What is Occupation? Occupation and Development: A Con textual Perspective Understanding Family Perspectives on Illness and Disability Experience Contribution of Occupation to Health and Well-Being The Meaning of Place Spiritually, Occupation and Occupational Therapy Unit II: Narrative Perspective on Occupation and Disability Narrative as a Key to Understanding He's Not Broken-He's Alex: Three Perspectives An Excerpt from The Book of Sorrows, Book of Dreams: A First-Person Narrative While Focusing on Recovery I Forgot to Get a Life Voices Talk, Hands Write Mobilizing the Collective Action of Disabled Women in Developing Contexts toTackle Poverty and Development Unit III: Occupation and Health in Society Social and Health Policies in the United States Health Promotion Community Integration Occupational Justice Unit IV: Profile of the Occupational Therapy Profession History of Occupational Therapy Contemporary Occupational Therapy Practice in the United States Contemporary Occupational Therapy Practice Worldwide Occupational Therapy Practitioners Unit V: OT Values and Beliefs in Action Ethics in Occupational Therapy Practice Protecting Vulnerable Clients Unit VI: The Therapeutic Process Clinical Reasoning Therapeutic Relationship Interviewing Analyzing Occupation and Activity: A Way of Thinking about Occupational Performance Principles of Learning and Behavior Change Group Process Unit VII: Communication in Occupational Therapy Team Communication and Interdisciplinary Roles Professional Presentations and Publications Communication With Clients Unit VIII: Conceptual Basis for Practice Theory and Practice in Occupational Therapy Ecological Perspectives on Practice Model of Human Occupation Occupational Adaptation Role of Multiple Perspectives in Practice Unit IX: Occupational Therapy Practice The Occupational Therapy Process: Evaluation and Intervention Critiquing Assessments Unit X: OT Evaluation and Intervention: Occupations Basic and Instrumental Activities of Daily Living Care-Giving and Child Rearing Education Work Play/Leisure Unit XI: OT Evaluation and Intervention: Personal Factors Overview of Personal Factors Affecting Performance Psychobiological Unit XII: OT Evaluation and Intervention Assistive Technology and Wheeled Mobility Social Political Environments XIII: Therapists in Action: Examples of Expert Practice School based practice Community Mental Health Musculoskeletal Or Injured Worker Unit XIV: Managing Practice Payment for Occupational Therapy Services Supervision Management Unit XV: Occupational therapy resource summary: common conditions Typical course and symptoms Precautions Typical OT evaluations and interventions and sequence of care Unit XVI: Occupational Therapy Resource Summaries: Practice Settings Unit XVI: Occupational Therapy Resource Summaries: Assessments: Glossary Index. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_new_0781760046
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