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Willard and Spackman's Occupational Therapy

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Edition:
9th
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9780397551927

ISBN10:
0397551924
Format:
Hardcover
Pub. Date:
11/21/1997
Publisher(s):
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
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Summary

You and your students will love this classic text -- now in its 50th year! Completely revised and updated for the ninth edition, Willard and Spackman's Occupational Therapy continues to set the standards for the field. This major revision has been completely reorganized and refocused down to the very last page, with no chapter left untouched. The reader will appreciate the text's close examination of the professional development process and the unprecedented coverage of evaluation and treatment. New chapters cover evaluation of performance contexts, treatment of performance contexts, and the psychometric properties of assessement instruments. New first person narratives by people with disabilities help readers understand the patients' perspectives and apply them to their own career experiences.

Table of Contents

Unit I Occupational Therapy and Occupational Science 3(20)
Chapter 1 Introduction to Occupational Therapy
5(8)
Maureen E. Neistadt
Elizabeth Blesedell Crepeau
Chapter 2 Occupational Science: Occupational Therapy's Legacy for the 21st Century
13(10)
Florence Clark
Wendy Wood
Elizabeth A. Larson
Unit II Persons Seeking Occupational Therapy 23(58)
Chapter 3 An Excerpt from The Book of Sorrows, Book of Dreams: A First Person Narrative
25(7)
Mary Feldhaus Weber
Chapter 4 The Illness and Disability Experience from an Individual Perspective
32(11)
David W. Beer
Chapter 5 Disability Experience from a Family Perspective
43(11)
Cheryl F. Mattingly
Mary C. Lawlor
Chapter 6 Culture and Other Forms of Human Diversity in Occupational Therapy
54(13)
Juli McGruder
Chapter 7 Socioeconomic Factors and Their Influence on Occupational Performance
67(12)
Barbara Biggs Sussenberger
Unit II Narrative Analysis
79(2)
Elizabeth Blesedell Crepeau
Unit III Occupational Therapy Practitioners: The Occupational Therapist and the Occupational Therapy Assistant 81(22)
Chapter 8 Practitioners' Perspectives on the Occupational Therapist and Occupational Therapy Assistant Partnership
83(7)
Mary Sands
Chapter 9 Clinical Reasoning: The Basis of Practice
90(13)
Barbara Boyt Schell
Unit IV Establishing the Therapeutic Alliance 103(30)
Chapter 10 The Therapeutic Relationship
105(15)
Suzanne M. Peloquin
Chapter 11 Group Process
120(13)
Sharan L. Schwartzberg
Unit V Activity Analysis 133(16)
Chapter 12 Activity Analysis: A Way of Thinking About Occupational Performance
135(14)
Elizabeth Blesedell Crepeau
Unit VI Occupational Therapy Evaluation 149(164)
Chapter 13 Introduction to Evaluation and Interviewing
151(18)
Section 1: Overview of Evaluation
151(4)
Maureen E. Neistadt
Section 2: The Interview Process in Occupational Therapy
155(14)
Alexis D. Henry
Chapter 14 Critiquing Assessments
169(16)
Janice Miller Polgar
Chapter 15 Evaluation of Occupational Performance Areas
185(38)
Section 1: Evaluation of Activities of Daily Living (ADL) and Home Management
185(23)
Joan C. Rogers
Margo B. Holm
Section 2: Evaluation of Work and Productive Activities: Work Performance Assessment Measures
208(5)
Sherlyn Fenton
Patricia Gagnon
Section 3: Evaluation of Work and Productive Activities: Components of a Therapeutic Driving Evaluation
213(2)
Sherlyn Fenton
Wendy Kraft
Section 4: Evaluation of Play and Leisure
215(8)
Susan H. Knox
Chapter 16 Evaluation of Performance Components
223(68)
Section 1: Evaluation of Sensory and Neuromuscular Performance Components
223(37)
Kirsten Kohlmeyer
Section 2: Evaluation of Perception and Cognition
260(21)
Kathleen M. Golisz
Joan Pascale Toglia
Section 3: Evaluation of Psychosocial Skills and Psychological Components
281(10)
Susanne Garred Seymour
Chapter 17 Evaluation of Performance Contexts
291(18)
Jean Cole Spencer
Unit VI Client Applications
309(4)
Maureen E. Neistadt
Unit VII Occupational Therapy Treatment 313(206)
Chapter 18 Overview of Treatment
315(8)
Maureen E. Neistadt
Chapter 19 Treatment of Occupational Performance Areas
323(68)
Section 1: Treatment of Activities of Daily Living
323(41)
Margo B. Holm
Joan C. Rogers
Anne Birge James
Section 2: Treatment of Activities of Daily Living: Sexuality and Disability
364(5)
Maureen Freda
Section 3: Treatment of Work and Productive Activities: Home and Family Management
369(8)
Kathleen Hilko Culler
Section 4: Treatment of Work and Productive Activities: Functional Restoration, An Industrial Rehabilitation Approach
377(5)
Sherlyn Fenton
Patricia Gagnon
Section 5: Treatment Through Play and Leisure
382(9)
Susan H. Knox
Chapter 20 Treatment of Performance Components
391(80)
Section 1: Sensory Reeducation
391(1)
Janet Waylett-Rendall
Section 2: Neuromuscular Treatment: Sensorimotor Techniques
392(9)
Rebecca Dutton
Section 3: Neuromuscular Treatment: Strengthening
401(5)
Debbie Pinet
Section 4: Neuromuscular Treatment: Upper Extremity Splinting
406(15)
Elaine Ewing Fess
Judith Hunt Kiel
Section 5: Motor Control Theories and Models: Emerging Occupational Performance Treatment Principles and Assumptions
421(7)
Clare G. Giuffrida
Section 6: Cognitive-Perceptual Retraining and Rehabilitation
428(22)
Joan Pascale Toglia
Section 7: Treatment for Psychosocial Components: Intervention for Mental Health
450(4)
Susan Robertson
Section 8: Treatment for Psychosocial Components: Pain Management
454(4)
Joyce Engel
Section 9: Treatment for Psychosocial Components: Stress Management
458(13)
Gordon Muir Giles
Maureen E. Neistadt
Chapter 21 Treatment of Performance Contexts
471(45)
Section 1: Person-Task-Environment Interventions: Decision-Making Guide
471(27)
Margo B. Holm
Joan C. Rogers
Ronald G. Stone
Section 2: Assistive Technology in Occupational Therapy
498(18)
Beverly K. Bain
Unit VII Client Applications
516(3)
Maureen E. Neistadt
Unit VIII Theories That Guide Practice 519(48)
Chapter 22 Theory and Frame of Reference
521(4)
Kathlyn L. Reed
Chapter 23 Theories Derived from Occupational Behavior Perspectives
525(11)
Section 1: An Overview of Occupational Behavior
525(2)
Laura Barrett
Gary Kielhofner
Section 2: The Model of Human Occupation
527(2)
Gary Kielhofner
Laura Barrett
Section 3: Occupational Adaptation: An Integrative Frame of Reference
529(2)
Janette K. Schkade
Sally Schultz
Section 4: The Ecology of Human Performance
531(5)
Winnie Dunn
Linda Haney McClain
Catana Brown
Mary Jane Youngstrom
Chapter 24 Theories Derived from Rehabilitation Perspectives
536(7)
Section 1: Rehabilitation Perspectives
536(2)
Alice C. Seidel
Section 2: Rehabilitative Frame of Reference
538(2)
Alice C. Seidel
Section 3: Biomechanical Frame of Reference
540(3)
Rebecca Dutton
Chapter 25 Theories Derived from Infant and Child Developmental Perspectives
543(8)
Section 1: Overview of Infant and Child Developmental Models
543(2)
Rosemarie Bigsby
Section 2: Neurodevelopmental Theory
545(1)
Rebecca Dutton
Section 3: Sensory Integration
546(5)
Olga Baloueff
Chapter 26 Theories Derived from Learning Perspectives
551(16)
Section 1: Overview of Learning Theory
551(3)
Maureen E. Neistadt
Section 2: Behaviorism
554(1)
Gordon Muir Giles
Section 3: Cognitive Disability Frame of Reference
555(2)
Claudia Kay Allen
Section 4: The Multicontext Treatment Approach
557(3)
Joan Pascale Toglia
Section 5: Motor Learning: An Emerging Frame of Reference for Occupational Performance
560(7)
Clare G. Giuffrida
Unit IX Occupational Therapy: Diagnostic Considerations in Pediatric Practice 567(82)
Chapter 27 Introduction to the Pediatric Population
569(7)
Olga Baloueff
Chapter 28 Developmental Delay and Mental Retardation
576(6)
Olga Baloueff
Chapter 29 Neurologic Dysfunction in Children
582(26)
Rhonda P. Erhardt
Susan Cook Merrill
Chapter 30 Orthopedic and Musculoskeletal Problems in Children
608(7)
Judith Atkins
Chapter 31 Cardiopulmonary Dysfunction in Children
615(3)
Olga Baloueff
Chapter 32 Immune System Dysfunction: Children with HIV or AIDS and Their Families
618(4)
James Hinojosa
Gary Bedell
Margaret Kaplan
Chapter 33 Psychosocial Dysfunction in Childhood and Adolescence
622(14)
Linda Florey
Chapter 34 Child Abuse and Neglect
636(4)
Debora A. Davidson
Unit IX Client Applications
640(5)
Olga Baloueff
Evaluation Tables
645(4)
Olga Baloueff
Unit X Occupational Therapy: Diagnostic Considerations in Adult and Older Adult Practice 649(112)
Chapter 35 Introduction to Adult and Older Adult Populations
651(9)
Betty Risteen Hasselkus
Chapter 36 Adult Neurological Dysfunction
660(21)
Karen Halliday Pulaski
Chapter 37 Orthopedic and Musculoskeletal Dysfunction in Adults
681(12)
Section 1: Adult Orthopedic Dysfunction
681(2)
Elizabeth Newman
Section 2: Musculoskeletal Dysfunction in Adults
683(10)
Elinor Anne Spencer
Chapter 38 Cardiopulmonary Dysfunction in Adults
693(12)
Regina Ferraro
Chapter 39 Occupational Therapy for Adults with Immunological Diseases
705(11)
Michael Pizzi
Ann Burkhardt
Chapter 40 Psychosocial Dysfunction in Adults
716(25)
Judith D. Ward
Chapter 41 Skin System Dysfunction: Burns
741(15)
Elizabeth A. Rivers
Cheryl Leman Jordan
Unit X Client Applications
756(5)
Betty Risteen Hasselkus
Unit XI Environments for Practice 761(56)
Chapter 42 Legislative and Reimbursement Influences on Occupational Therapy: Changing Opportunities
763(9)
Diana M. Bailey
Chapter 43 Management of Occupational Therapy Services
772(19)
Judith M. Perinchief
Chapter 44 Interdisciplinary Communication and Supervision of Personnel
791(12)
Ellen S. Cohn
Chapter 45 Facility-Based Practice Settings
803(7)
Maureen Freda
Chapter 46 Community-Based Practice Arenas
810(7)
Lou Ann Sooy Griswold
Unit XII Professional Issues 817(49)
Chapter 47 Ethics in Occupational Therapy
819(9)
Ruth Ann Hansen
Chapter 48 Research: Discovering Knowledge Through Systematic Investigation
828(26)
Section 1: Introduction to Research
828(1)
Jean C. Deitz
Section 2: Quantitative Research
829(12)
Jean C. Deitz
Section 3: Qualitative Research
841(6)
Elizabeth Blesedell Crepeau
Jean C. Deitz
Section 4: Qualitative and Quantitative Research: Joint Contributors to the Knowledge Base in Occupational Therapy
847(7)
Jean C. Deitz
Elizabeth Blesedell Crepeau
Chapter 49 The History of Occupational Therapy
854(12)
Kathleen Barker Schwartz
Dreams, Decisions and Directions for Occupational Therapy
861(5)
Elizabeth J. Yerxa
Glossary 866(8)
Appendices 874(37)
Appendix A: Core Values and Attitudes of Occupational Therapy Practice 874(2)
Appendix B: Occupational Therapy Code of Ethics 876(2)
Appendix C: Occupational Therapy Roles 878(11)
Appendix D: Guide for the Supervision of Occupational Therapy Personnel 889(2)
Appendix E: Standards of Practice for Occupational Therapy 891(4)
Appendix F: Uniform Terminology for Occupational Therapy--Third Edition 895(7)
Appendix G: Elements of Clinical Documentation (Revision) 902(4)
Appendix H: Sample Print Resources for Person-Task-Environment Transaction Enhancement 906(1)
Appendix I: Sample Toll-Free and Telephone Resources for Person-Task-Environment Transaction Enhancement 907(2)
Appendix J: Sample Internet/Software Resources for Person-Task-Environment Transaction Enhancement 909(2)
Index 911


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