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Model of Human Occupation, Fourth Edition offers a complete and current presentation of the most widely used model in occupational therapy, and delivers the latest in MOHO theory, research, and application to practice. This authoritative text explores what motivates individuals, how they select occupations and establish everyday routines, how environment influences occupational behavior, and more. New chapters in this edition discuss evidence-based practice and link the MOHO to the World Health Organization and AOTA practice frameworks. Case vignettes and case studies help students apply the model to practice. Photographs of patients bring the concepts and cases to life.
Table of Contents
|Introduction to the model of human occupation||p. 1|
|The basic concepts of human occupation||p. 11|
|The dynamics of human occupation||p. 24|
|Habituation : patterns of daily occupation||p. 51|
|Performance capacity and lived body||p. 68|
|The environment and human occupation||p. 85|
|Dimensions of doing||p. 101|
|Crafting occupational life||p. 110|
|Doing and becoming : occupational change and development||p. 126|
|Therapeutic reasoning : planning, implementing, and evaluating the outcomes of therapy||p. 143|
|Assessment : choosing and using structured and unstructured means of gathering information||p. 155|
|Occupational engagement : how clients achieve change||p. 171|
|Therapeutic strategies for enabling change||p. 185|
|Observational assessments||p. 217|
|Self-reports : eliciting client's perspectives||p. 237|
|Talking with clients : assessments that collect information||p. 262|
|Assessments combining methods of information gathering||p. 288|
|Recrafting occupational narratives||p. 313|
|Applying MOHO to clients who are cognitively impaired||p. 337|
|Facilitating participation through community-based interventions||p. 355|
|Enabling clients to reconstruct their occupational lives in long-term settings||p. 379|
|Communication and documentation||p. 407|
|Program development||p. 442|
|Evidence for practice from the model of human occupation||p. 466|
|Research : investigating MOHO||p. 506|
|The model of human occupation, the ICF, and the occupational therapy practice framework : connections to support best practice around the world||p. 519|
|Introduction to the MOHO clearinghouse and Web site||p. 550|
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