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Occupational therapy practive guidelines for productive aging for community - dwelling olders adults / Natalie Leland, Sharon J. Elliott, Kimberly J. Johnson

Main Author: Leland, Natalie Coauthor: Elliott, Sharon Secondary Author: Johnson, Kimberly J. Publication: Bethesda : The American Occupational Therapy Association, cop. 2012 Description: VII, 167 p.Series: The AOTA practice guidelines seriesISBN: 978-1-56900-332-9Topical name: Terapia ocupacional - Idosos | Lares de idosos | Acessibilidade | Envelhecimento CDU: 615.851.3*ID List(s) this item appears in: Terapia ocupacional
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Terapia Ocupacional Disfunção do Desempenho Ocupacional III 3º Ano / 1º Semestre


Índice
Acknowledgments, p. VII
Introduction, p. 1
Purpose and Use of This Publication, p. 1
Domain and Process of Occupational Therapy, p. 2
ProductiveAging, p. 7
Background, p. 7
Factors Influencing Productive Aging, p. 9
Occupational Therapy Process to Facilitate
Productive Aging, p. 15
Settings, p. 15
Screening, p. 15
Referral, p. 17
Evaluation, p. 18
Intervention, p. 34
Best Practice and Summaries of Evidence, p. 37
Interventions to Support Performance in IÂDLs, p. 37
Fall Prevention and Home Modification Interventions to Âddress Performance, p. 42
Health Management and Maintenance Interventions to Support Performance, p. 47
Evidence Related to Occupational Engagement and Health Outcomes, p. 49
Discontinuation, Discharge Planning, and Follow-up, p. 51
Documentation,p.53
Coding and Billing, p. 53
Implications for Occupational Therapy Practice, p. 53
Implications for Occupational Therapy Research, p. 55
Implications for Occupational Therapy Education, p. 57
Summary, p. 58
Appendixes, p. 59
Appendix A. Preparation and Qualifications of Occupational Therapists and Occupational Therapy Assistants, p. 159
Appendix B. 2010 Selected ICD-9-CM Codes, p. 61
Appendix C. Selected Current Procedural Terminology™ (CPÏ) Codes for
Occupational Therapy Evaluations and Interventions for Older Adults, p. 63
Appendix D. Alternative Funding Sources for Productive Aging, p. 67
Appendix E. Evidence-Based Practice, p. 69
Appendix F. Evidence Tables, p. 75
References, p. 141
Figures and Tables Used in this Publication
Figure 1.Occupational therapy's domain, p. 3
Figure 2. Aspects of Occupational therapy's domain, p. 4
Figure 3. Occupational therapy's process, p. 4
Table 1. Examples of Screening the Client, p. 16
Table 2.Examples of Standardized Screening Tools and Assessments, p. 19
Table 3. Case Studies, p. 22
Table 4. Nontraditional/Emerging Employment for Productive Aging, p. 54
Table 5.Recommendations for Occupational Therapy Interventions for Productive Aging, p. 56
Table D1.Typical Items Requested in Program Development Grant Applications, p. 68
Table D2 Resources for Alternative Funding, p. 68
Table E1 Levels of Evidence for Occupational Therapy Outcomes Research, p. 70
Table E2. Search Terms for Systematic Reviews for Productive Aging, p. 72
Table E3. Number and Levels of Evidence for Articles Included in Each Systematic Review, p. 73
Table F 1.Evidence Table: Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (lADLs), p. 77
Table F2. Evidence Table: Home Modifications and Falls Prevention Programs, p. 94
Table F3. Evidence Table: Health Management and Maintenance Interventions, p. 100
Table F4. Evidence Table: Occupation and Activity-Based Interventions, p. 109
Table F2. Evidence Table: Home Modifications and Falls Prevention Programs, p. 94
Table F3. Evidence Table: Health Management and Maintenance Interventions, p. 100
Table F4. Evidence Table: Occupation and Activity-Based Interventions, p.109

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