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Occupational therapy treatment goals for the physically and cognitively disabled / Claudia Kay Allen, Catherine A. Earhart, Tina Blue

Main Author: Allen, Claudia Kay Coauthor: Earhart, Catherine A.
Blue, Tina
Publication: Bethesda : American Occupational Therapy Association, cop. 1992 Description: VI, 368 p.ISBN: 0-910317-72-0Abstract: Resumo: "Treatment goals are based on a prediction of how therapists can intervene to improve patient's activity performance that has been impaired by a health problem. Improvment is determined by what the therapist knows and what the client can or will learn to do. The hardest part of clinical practice is setting realistic treatment goals for clients who have learning dificulties. This book is designed to help therapists predict the rehabilitation potential for patients who have a cognitive disability. It also can be used to do clinical research, offering descriptive case studies, comparision groups, and replications to examine treatment effectiviness.".Topical name: Terapia ocupacional | Pessoas com deficiência | Reabilitação cognitiva CDU: 615.851.3*RC List(s) this item appears in: Terapia ocupacional
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615.851.3*RC/ALL(R) (Browse shelf) Consulta local 42519

ÍNDICE

Chapter 1: Professional judgment, p. 1
Chapter 2: Independence and assistence in doing activities, p. 5
Chapter 3: Reporting occupational therapy services, p. 19
Chapter 4: Evaluation instruments, p. 31
Chapter 5: Models of performance within the cognitive levels, p. 85
Chapter 6: Analysis of oerformance actions, p. 103
Chapter 7: Analysis of activities, p. 125
Chapter 8: Teaching the physically disabled, p. 241
Chapter 9: Learning to use adaptative equipment, p. 281
Chapter 10: Case studies, p. 307
Chapter 11: Rehabilitation and learning, p. 339

Resumo:
"Treatment goals are based on a prediction of how therapists can intervene to improve patient's activity performance that has been impaired by a health problem. Improvment is determined by what the therapist knows and what the client can or will learn to do. The hardest part of clinical practice is setting realistic treatment goals for clients who have learning dificulties.
This book is designed to help therapists predict the rehabilitation potential for patients who have a cognitive disability. It also can be used to do clinical research, offering descriptive case studies, comparision groups, and replications to examine treatment effectiviness."

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