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Occupational therapy in community-based practice settings / Marjorie E. Scaffa, S. Maggie Reitz

Main Author: Scaffa, Marjorie Coauthor: Reitz, S. Maggie Edition: Second edition Publication: Philadelphia : F. A. Davis Company, 2014 Description: XXV, 452 p.ISBN: 978-0-8036-2580-8Topical name: Terapia ocupacional | Análise de atividades | Serviços de saúde na comunidade | Ergonomia | Trabalho | Saúde mental | Reabilitação | Promoção da saúde | Integração social | Saúde pública | Programas comunitários (Saúde) | Crianças | Jovens | Adultos | Idosos | Programas de assistência | Quedas CDU: 615.851.3 List(s) this item appears in: Terapia ocupacional
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SECTION I Basic Principles and Relevant Issues, p. 1

Chapter 1 Community-Based Practice: Occupation in Context, p. 1
Introduction, p. 2
Historical Perspectives of Community-Based Practice, p. 2
Definitions of Terms, p. 4

Chapter 2 Public Health, Community Health, and Occupational Therapy, p. 19
Introduction, p. 19
Public Health, p. 20
Prevention, p. 21

Chapter 3 Theoretical Frameworks for Community-Based Practice, p. 31
Introduction, p. 31
Review of Terminology, p. 32
Selected Occupational Therapy Models, 42
Model of human Occupation, 42
Ecology of human Performance, 44
Person-Environment-Occupation model, 46
Examples of Research Using the PEO Model, 46
Conclusion, 47

Chapter 4 Legislation and Policy Issues, p. 51
Introduction, p. 51
Legislation and Disabilities, p. 53
Protection and Care Referenced Legislation, p. 54

Section II Community-Based Program Development, p. 61
Chapter 5 Program Planning and Needs Assessment, p. 61
Introduction, p. 62
Environmental Scanning and Trend Analysis, p. 62
Program Planning Principles, p. 63

Chapter 6 Program Design and Implementation, p. 80
Introduction, p. 80
Mission Statement, p. 81
Implementation Plan, p. 82

Chapter 7 Program Evaluation, p. 96
Introduction, p. 96
Purpose of Program Evaluation, p. 97
Focus of Program Evaluations, p. 97

Chapter 8 Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Occupational Therapy, p. 114
Introduction, p. 114
Research on Entrepreneurs, p. 115
The Entrepreneurial Mind-Set, p. 115

SECTION III Children and Youth, p. 133

Chapter 9 Early Intervention Programs, p. 133
Introduction, p. 134
El Programs, p. 134
Components of Early Intervention, p. 135

Chapter 10 Community-Based Services for Children and Youth With Psychosocial Issues, p. 148
Introduction, p. 148
Mental Health Disorders in Children and Youth, p. 149
Evaluation of Children and Youth in Community-Based Settings, p. 151

SECTION IV Productive Aging, p. 167
Chapter 11 Driving and Community Mobility for Older Adults, p. 167
Introduction 168
Contributions of Driving and Community Mobility, p. 168 Consequences of Not Engaging in Community Mobility, p. 169

Chapter 12 Adult Day Services Programs and Assisted Living Facilities , p. 180
Introduction, p. 180
Regulatory and Accrediting Agencies, p. 181
Continuum of Care and Program Models, p. 181

Chapter 13 Low Vision Services in the Community, p. 191
Introduction, p. 191
Low Vision and Occupational Performance, p. 192
Low Vision Rehabilitation Team, p. 193

Chapter 14 Fall Prevention, p. 201
Introduction, p. 201
Fall Prevention in a Rural Senior Center, p. 201
Overview of the Project, p. 201

Chapter 15 Aging in Place and Naturally Occurring Retirement Communities, p. 210
Introduction, p. 210
Societal Trends Impacting Aging in Place and Implications, p. 211
NORC: A Solution for Successful Aging in Place, p. 212

SECTION V Work and industry, p. 223
Chapter 16 Ergonomics and Prevention of Work-Related Injuries, p. 223
Introduction, p. 224
Ergonomics Definitions and History, p. 224
Role of Occupational Therapy in Community Ergonomics, p. 225

Chapter 17 Work and Career Transitions, p. 243
Introduction, p. 243
Transitioning From School to Employment, p. 244
Role of Occupational Therapy in School to Work Transition, p. 244

Chapter 18 Welfare to Work and Ticket to Work Programs, p. 257
Introduction, p. 257
Welfare to Work, p. 258
History of Welfare Reform, p. 258

SECTION VI Mental Health, p. 271
Chapter 19 Community Mental Health Programs, p. 271
Introduction, p. 272
Theoretical and Conceptual Models, p. 273
Stress- Vulnerability Model , p. 274

Chapter 20 Community-Based Approaches for Substance Use Disorders, p. 292
Introduction, p. 292
Substance Use Terminology, p. 293
Substance Use Disorders and Occupation, p. 293

Chapter 21 Forensic Mental Health Practice Within the Community, p. 309
Introduction, p. 309
Entry Process to Criminal Justice System and/or the Forensic Mental Health System: Client, Defendant, or Inmate?, p. 310
Court System, p. 310

SECTION V II Rehabilitation and Participation, p. 321
Chapter 22 Accessibility and Community Integration, p. 321
Introduction, p. 322
Accessibility Issues, p. 322
Home Accessibility, p. 323

Chapter 23 Independent Living Centers, p. 332
Introduction, p. 332
History and Philosophy of the Independent Living Movement , p. 333
History, p. 333

Chapter 24 Technology and Environmental Interventions in Community-Based Practice, p. 346
Introduction 346
Technology and Environmental Intervention Outcomes, p. 347
Universal Design, p. 348

SECTION VIII Health Promotion and Wellness, p. 359
Chapter 25 Occupational Therapy in Faith-Based Organizations, p. 359
Introduction, p. 360
Historical Background, p. 360
Faith Community as a Resource, p. 360

Chapter 26 Lifestyle Redesign Programs, p. 377
Introduction, p. 377
Lifestyle Redesign Defined, p. 378
Development of Lifestyle Redesign, p. 379

Chapter 27 Occupational Therapy in Primary Health Care Settings, p. 390
Introduction, p. 390
Primary Health Care Services, p. 391
Health Promotion in Primary Care Settings, p. 393

Chapter 28 Health Promotion Initiatives Within Academic Communities, p. 409
Introduction, p. 409
Policy Support for Occupational Therapy Involvement in Health Promotion in Academic Communities, p. 410
Healthy Campus Task Force, p. 411

SECTION IX Looking Ahead, p. 421
Chapter 29 Future Directions in Community-Based Practice 421
Introduction, p. 422
An Ecological Worldview, p. 422
Creating Opportunities in the Community, p. 423
Index, p. 441

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