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Willard and Spackman's Occupational Therapy,9780781760041

Willard and Spackman's Occupational Therapy

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Edition:
11th
ISBN13:

9780781760041

ISBN10:
0781760046
Media:
Hardcover
Pub. Date:
3/28/2008
Publisher(s):
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
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Summary

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
Health Promotion
Community Integration
Occupational Justice
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
Clinical Reasoning
Therapeutic Relationship
Interviewing
Analyzing Occupation and Activity: A Way of Thinking about Occupational Performance
Principles of Learning and Behavior Change
Group Process
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
Occupational Adaptation
Role of Multiple Perspectives in Practice
Occupational Therapy Practice
The Occupational Therapy Process: Evaluation and Intervention
Critiquing Assessments
OT Evaluation and Intervention: Occupations
Basic and Instrumental Activities of Daily Living
Care-Giving and Child Rearing
Education
Work
Play/Leisure
OT Evaluation and Intervention: Personal Factors
Overview of Personal Factors Affecting Performance
Psychobiological
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
Managing Practice
Payment for Occupational Therapy Services
Supervision
Management
Occupational therapy resource summary: common conditions
Typical course and symptoms
Precautions
Typical OT evaluations and interventions and sequence of care
Occupational Therapy Resource Summaries: Practice Settings
Occupational Therapy Resource
Summaries
Assessments
Glossary
Index
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