Occupational therapy : performance, participation, and weell-being / ed. Charles H. Christiansen, Carolyn M. Baum, Julie Bass-HaugenSecondary Author: Christiansen, Charles H.
Baum, Carolyn M.
Bass-Haugen, Julie Publication: New Jersey : Slack Incorporated, cop. 2005 Description: XV, 653 p.ISBN: 978-1-55642-530-1Abstract: Summary: "Occupational Therapy: Performance, Participation, and Well-Being, Third Edition is designed to be used in all curricula in occupational therapy by providing a framework for educational preparation that addresses the ACOTE Accreditation Standards. A variety of helpful features are provided that will evoke classroom discussion and direct the students toward evidence to guide their clinical reasoning.". Topical name: Terapia ocupacional CDU: 615.851.3 Online Resources: Solicite password no balcão de atendimento Material complementar online List(s) this item appears in: Terapia ocupacional
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Section I: Humans as Occupational Beings (Understanding Human Occupation)
Chapter 1 The Complexity of Human Occupation, p. 2
Chapter 2 The Evolution of Occupation, p. 24
Chapter 3 Occupational Development, p. 42
Chapter 4 Time Use and Patterns of Occupations, p. 70
Chapter 5 Personal and Environmental Influences on Occupations, p. 92
Chapter 6 Occupation and Meaning, p. 116
Chapter 7 Relationship of Occupations to Health and Well-Being, p. 134
Chapter 8 Occupational Issues of Concern in Populations, p. 166
Chapter 9 Methods of Inquiry: The Study of Human Occupation, p. 188
Section II An Occupation-Based Framework for Practice
Chapter 10 Introduction to Occupation-Based Practice, p. 220
Chapter 11 Person-Environment-Occupation-Performance: An Occupation-Based Framework for Practice, p. 242
Chapter 12 Personal Performance Capabilities and Their Impact on Occupational Performance, p. 268
Chapter 13 Environmental Enablers and Their Impact on Occupational Performance, p. 298
Susan L. Stark, PhD,
Chapter 14 Occupational Performance Assessment, p. 338
Chapter 15 Person-Environment-Occupation-Performance: A Model for Planning Interventions for Individuals and Organizations, p. 372
Section III Occupational Therapy Interventions: Individual, Organization, and Population Approaches
Chapter 16 Categories and Principles of Interventions, p. 396
Chapter 17 Therapy as Learning, p. 420
Chapter 18 Occupational Therapy Interventions in a Rehabilitation Context, p. 450
Chapter 19 Occupational Therapy Interventions: Community Health Approaches, p. 476
Chapter 20 Interventions in a Societal Context: Enabling Participation, p. 494
Chapter 21 One Outcomes: The Results of Interventions in Occupational Therapy Practice, p. 522
Glossary, p. 543
Appendix A Comparing the Languages of: the ICF, the PEOP Model, and the AOTA Practice Framework, p. 557
Appendix B An Annotated History of the Concepts Used in Occupational Therapy, p. 567
Kathlyn L. Reed, PhD, OTR, MLIS, AHIP
Index, p. 629
Summary: "Occupational Therapy: Performance, Participation, and Well-Being, Third Edition is designed to be used in all curricula in occupational therapy by providing a framework for educational preparation that addresses the ACOTE Accreditation Standards. A variety of helpful features are provided that will evoke classroom discussion and direct the students toward evidence to guide their clinical reasoning."