By Marjorie E. Scaffa PhD OTR/L FAOTA, S. Maggie Reitz PhD OTR/L FAOTA
Be ready for the transforming into possibilities to perform in community-based settings with the second version of this groundbreaking resource.
From simple ideas and coverage concerns throughout the number of settings to the long run function of the OT, a famous authority within the box introduces you to all points of this quickly increasing box of perform. You’ll be ready to tackle new roles, to take strange dangers, and to ascertain provider in artistic ways.
Reviews of the first Edition
"This publication is very advised not just to occupational remedy scholars and educators yet to occupational treatment practitioners in addition. For these hired in conventional health center settings, the abundance of data may perhaps definitely support them extend their pondering the scope of occupational treatment practice."
Canadian magazine of Occupational Therapy
"The textual content is definitely readable and comprises bankruptcy keyword phrases and studying targets which support intensify info. this article offers a far wanted source for occupational therapists who presently are, or plan to sooner or later, perform within the community."
Occupational treatment in future health Care Journal
"Very complete. studies various attainable settings for neighborhood perform and looks to hide the method from the start on through."
Florida overseas college, Miami, FL
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Participation in occupation is used as an intervention modality and is a desired outcome of therapy. • Activity selection, analysis, and modification take into consideration the client’s desired and meaningful occupations. • Environmental and contextual impacts on occupational performance and participation are considered and addressed. ) by the American Occupational Therapy Association, 2008, American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 62 (6), 625—683. Based on Dynamic Systems Theory Communities function as systems; therefore, a dynamic systems perspective is extremely useful in conceptualizing community practice.
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