- Curtin, Michael, Ed. D.
- Molineau, Matthew.
- Supyk, Jo.
- Occupational therapy
- People with disabilities -- Rehabilitation.
- 0080450849 (pbk.)
- 9780080450841 (pbk.)
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- Previous ed.: 1999.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- List of Contributors Foreword (Annie Turner, Marg Foster, Sybil Johnson) Preface Section 1: Occupation and occupational therapy in context Chapter 1 - Defining occupational therapy (Clare Wilding) Chapter 2 - The nature of occupation (Matthew Molineux) Chapter 3 - Occupational therapy: a disability persepective (John Swain and Sally French) Chapter 4 - Contesting assumptions in occupational therapy practice (Karen Whalley Hammell) Section 2: An overview of occupational therapy practice Chapter 5 - Occupational reasoning (Joan Rogers) Chapter 6 - Understanding models of practice (Jo Supyk and Jacqui McKenna) Chapter 7 - Process of assessment and evaluation (Clare Hocking) Chapter 8 - Writing occupation focussed goals (Julia Bowman and Lise Mogensen) Chapter 9 - Enabling skills and strategies (Michael Curtin) Section 3: Essential foundations for occupational therapy Chapter 10 - Person-centred practice (Thelma Sumsion) Chapter 11 - Occupation in context (Gail Whiteford) Chapter 12 - Enabling communication in a person-centred, occupation-focussed context (Sue Baptiste) Chapter 13 - Analysis of occupations (Gill Chard) Chapter 14 - Psychosocial support (Jacqui McKenna) Chapter 15 - Advocating and lobbying (Valmae Rose, Kevin Cocks and Lesley Chenowich) Chapter 16 - Educational strategies (Tammy Hoffman) Chapter 17 - Health promotion and occupational therapy (Rachael Dixey) Chapter 18 - Working with groups (Claire Craig and Linda Finlay) Section 4: Working with and within communities Chapter 19 - Community development (Nick Pollard, Dikaios Sakellariou and Frank Kronenberg) Chapter 20 - Developing partnerships to privilege participation (Roshan Galvann, Peliwe Mdlokolo and Robin Joubert) Chapter 21 - Working towards inclusive communities (Hanneke van Bruggen) Chapter 22 - Community based rehabilitation: opportunities for occupational therapists in an evolving strategy ((Kirsty Thompson, Christina Parasyn and Beth Fuller) Chapter 23 - Entrepreneurial opportunities in the global community (Marilyn Pattison) Section 5: Working with the individual Chapter 24 - Enabling engagement in self care occupations (Helen van Huet, Tracey Parnell, Virginia Mitsch and Annette McLeod- Boyle) Chapter 25 - Leisure (Ben Sellar and Mandy Stanley) Chapter 26 - Play (Karen Stagnitti) Chapter 27 - Work rehabilitation (Catherine Cook and Sue Lukersmith) Chapter 28 - Home modification: occupation as the basis for an effective practice (Catherine Bridge) Chapter 29 - Towards universal design (Leslie C. Young, Andrew P. Payne and Sharon Joines) Chapter 30 - Assistive devices for enabling occupations (Helen Pain and Sue Pengelly) Chapter 31 - Wheelchairs: posture and mobility (Rachael MacDonald) Chapter 32 - Driver assessment and rehabilitation within the context of community mobility (Marilyn di Stefano and Wendy MacDonald) Chapter 33 - Orthotics for occupational outcomes (Natasha Lannin and Iona Novak) Chapter 34 - Biomechanical strategies (Janet Golledge) Chapter 35 - Skills for addressing sensory impairments (Farieda Adams and Michelle Morcom) Chapter 36 - Moving and handling strategies (April Brooks and Maggie Bracher) Chapter 37 - Optimizing motor performance following brain impairment (Annie McClusky, Natasha Lannin and Karl Schurr) Chapter 38 - Cognitive and perceptual strategies (Carolyn Unsworth) Chapter 39 - Strategies for sensory processing disorders (Deborah Windley) Index
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