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The Third Edition of Frames of Reference for Pediatric Occupational Therapy provides an exceptional foundation of theory and practical tools that will serve as the basis of pediatric occupational therapy practice. The focus of the text is on frames of reference, which offer effective blueprints for applying theoretical information to help pediatric clients lead richer, fuller lives. The Third Edition features updates of all theories and their practical application, with an emphasis on occupation and participation in life.
Table of Contents
Section I: FOUNDATIONS OF PEDIATRIC PRACTICE Chapter 1: Structure of the Frame of Reference Jim Hinojosa, Paula Kramer, and Aimee J. Luebben Chapter 2: Developmental Perspective: Fundamentals of Developmental Theory Paula Kramer and Jim Hinojosa Chapter 3: Domain of Concern of Occupational Therapy: Relevance to Pediatric Practice Aimee J. Luebben, Jim Hinojosa, and Paula Kramer Chapter 4: Contemporary Legitimate Tools of Pediatric Occupational Therapy Paula Kramer, Aimee J. Luebben, and Jim Hinojosa Chapter 5: The Perspective of Context as Related to Frame of Reference Mary Muhlenhaupt Section II: FRAMES OF REFERENCE Chapter 6: A Frame of Reference for Sensory Integration Roseann C. Schaaf, Sarah A. Schoen, Susanne Smith Roley, Shelly J. Lane, Jane Koomar, and Teresa A. May-Benson Chapter 7: A Frame of Reference for Neuro-Developmental Treatment Kimberly A. Barthel Chapter 8: A Frame of Reference to Enhance Teaching-Learning: The Four-Quadrant Model of Facilitated Learning Craig Greber and Jenny Ziviani Chapter 9: A Frame of Reference to Enhance Childhood Occupations: SCOPE-IT Kristine Haertl Chapter 10: A Frame of Reference to Enhance Social Participation Laurette Joan Olson Chapter 11: A Frame of Reference for Visual Perception Colleen M. Schneck Chapter 12: Motor Skill Acquisition Frame of Reference Margaret Kaplan Chapter 13: A Frame of Reference for the Development of Handwriting Skills Karen Roston Chapter 14: Acquisitional Frame of Reference Aimee J. Luebben and Charlotte Brasic Royeen Chapter 15: A Biomechanical Frame of Reference for Positioning Children for Functioning Cheryl Ann Colangelo and Mary Shea Section III: ISSUES WHEN APPLYING FRAMES OF REFERENCE Chapter 16: Frames of Reference in the Real World Jim Hinojosa and Paula Kramer Chapter 17: Applying the Evidence-Based Practice Approach Tien-Ni Wang, Jim Hinojosa, and Paula Kramer