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An ideal reference, this market-leading text provides the most current and comprehensive presentation of occupational therapy concepts and practice. An occupation-based, client-centered and evidence-based approach to practice is described across a variety of community, education, and medical-based practice arenas. It answers the questions: "What will I do as an OT", "Who will I treat", and "Where will I practice?" "Doody's Core Titles 2009."
Table of Contents
|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|
|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|
|Occupation and Health in Society|
|Social and Health Policies in the United States|
|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|
|OT Values and Beliefs in Action|
|Ethics in Occupational Therapy Practice|
|Protecting Vulnerable Clients|
|The Therapeutic Process|
|Analyzing Occupation and Activity: A Way of Thinking about Occupational Performance|
|Principles of Learning and Behavior Change|
|Communication in Occupational Therapy|
|Team Communication and Interdisciplinary Roles|
|Professional Presentations and Publications|
|Communication With Clients|
|Conceptual Basis for Practice|
|Theory and Practice in Occupational Therapy|
|Ecological Perspectives on Practice|
|Model of Human Occupation|
|Role of Multiple Perspectives in Practice|
|Occupational Therapy Practice|
|The Occupational Therapy Process: Evaluation and Intervention|
|OT Evaluation and Intervention: Occupations|
|Basic and Instrumental Activities of Daily Living|
|Care-Giving and Child Rearing|
|OT Evaluation and Intervention: Personal Factors|
|Overview of Personal Factors Affecting Performance|
|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|
|Payment for Occupational Therapy Services|
|Occupational therapy resource summary: common conditions|
|Typical course and symptoms|
|Typical OT evaluations and interventions and sequence of care|
|Occupational Therapy Resource Summaries: Practice Settings|
|Occupational Therapy Resource|
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