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Margaret Drake, PhD, OTR/L, ATR-BC, LPAT, FAOTA splits her time between writing historical novels, typing family documents (e.g., mother’s 1912 diary) to preserve them for future generations, volunteering for civic groups, and most recently, returning to professional work in long-term care on an “on-call” basis after a 5-year hiatus from practice following retirement from the University of Mississippi Medical Center.
Table of Contents
Section I Why Use Crafts?
Chapter 1 Introduction: Crafts in Perspective
Chapter 2 The Case for Crafts: Justification for Use in Occupational Therapy
Section II How to Use Crafts
Chapter 3 Analyzing and Grading Crafts and Creative Media
Chapter 4 Documenting the Use of Crafts and Creative Media
Chapter 5 Using Crafts and Creative Media in Practice
Section III Crafts in Application
Traditional Occupational Therapy Crafts
Chapter 6 Mosaic and Glass Crafts
Chapter 7 Woodworking
Chapter 8 Metal Crafts
Chapter 9 Ceramics
Chapter 10 Leatherwork
Modern and Domestic Crafts
Chapter 11 Needlework
Chapter 12 Gardening and Nature Crafts
Chapter 13 Cooking as a Craft
Chapter 14 Crafts From Found and Recycled Materials
Chapter 15 Paper Crafts
Chapter 16 Bead and Wire Work
Chapter 17 Electronic Media
Charla Bullard and Lori Lockhart; Fourth Edition updated by Carol Tubbs
Chapter 18 Expressive Media
Appendix I Vendors
Appendix II Internet Sites/Resources
Appendix III Sample Activity Analysis Form
Appendix IV Occupational Therapy Practice Framework Summary