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Author Willard, Helen S., author

Title Willard & Spackman's occupational therapy / [edited by] Barbara A. Boyt Schell, Glen Gillen, Marjorie E. Scaffa ; Ellen S. Cohn (consulting editor)
Edition Twelfth edition
Published Philadelphia : Wolters Kluwer Health/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, [2014]


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Description xxxiv, 1262 pages : colour illustrations ; 29 cm
Contents Unit I. Occupation therapy: Profile of the profession -- 1. What Is occupation? / Virginia Dickie -- 2. A contextual history of occupational therapy / Kristine Haertl -- 3. The philosophy of occupational therapy: A framework for practice / Wendy Wood -- 4. Contemporary occupational therapy practice / Ellen S. Cohn -- Unit II. Occupational nature of humans -- 5. Transformations of occupations: A life course perspective / Jennifer Womack -- 6. Contribution of occupation to health and well-being / Clare Hocking -- 7. Occupational science: The study of occupation / Clare Hocking -- Unit III. Narrative perspectives on occupation and disability -- 8. Narrative as a key to understanding / Ellen S. Cohn -- 9. An excerpt from the book of sorrows, book of dreams: A first-person narrative / Sally A. Schreiber-Cohn -- 10. He's not broken-he's Alex: Three perspectives / Lou McIntosh -- 11. While focusing on recovery I Forgot to get a life: My dreams deferred / Gloria F. Dickerson -- 12.The privilege of giving care / Donald M. Murray -- 13. Experiences with disability: Stories from Ecuador / Kate Barrett -- Unit IV. Occupation in context -- 14. Family perspectives on occupation, health, and disability / Cheryl Mattingly -- 15. Patterns of cccupation / Kate Barrett -- 16. Culture, race, and ethnicity and the impact on occupation and occupational performance / Roxie M. Black -- 17. Social, economic, and political factors that influence occupational performance / Diane E. Adamo -- 18. Physical and virtual environments: Meaning of place and space / David Seamon -- Unit V. Personal factors and occupational performance -- 19. Individual variance : Body structures and functions / Ellen S. Cohn -- 20. Personal values, beliefs, and spirituality / Christy Billock -- Unit VI. Analyzing occupation -- 21. Analyzing occupations and activity / Marjorie E. Scaffa -- 22. Performance skills: Implementing performance analyses to evaluate quality of occupational performance -- Unit VII. Occupational therapy process -- 23. Overview of the occupational therapy process and outcomes / Barbara A. Boyt Schell -- 24. Evaluating clients / Mary P. Shotwell -- 25. Critiquing assessments / Craig A. Velozo -- 26. Occupational therapy interventions for individuals / Glen Gillen -- 27. Occupational therapy interventions for organizations, communities, and populations / Marjorie E. Scaffa -- 28. Educating clients / Sue Berger -- 29. Modifying performance contexts / Lori Letts -- Unit VIII. Core concepts and skills -- 30. Professional reasoning in practice / Barbara A. Boyt Schell -- 31. Evidence-based practice integrating evidence to inform practice / Linda Tickle-Degnen -- 32. Ethical practice / Regina F. Doherty -- 33. Therapeutic relationship and client collaboration: Applying the intentional relationship model / Renee R. Tauylor -- 34. Group process and group intervention / Marjorie E. Scaffa -- 35. Professionalism, communication, and teamwork / Janet Falk-Kessler -- 36. Documentation in practice / Karen M. Sames -- Unit IX Occupational performance theories of practice -- 37. Unpacking our theoretical reasoning : Theory and practice in occupational therapy / Wendy J. Coster -- 38. Ecological models in occupational therapy / Catana E. Brown -- 39. The model of human occupation / Jane Melton -- 40. Theory of occupational adaptation / Sally W. Schultz -- 41. Occupational justice / Elizabeth A. Townsend -- 42. Emerging theories / Debra Tupe -- Unit X. Broad theories informing practice -- 43. Recovery model / Terry Krupa -- 44. Health promotion theories / S. Maggie Reitz -- 45. Principle of learning and behavior change / Christine A. Helfrich -- Unit XI. Evaluation, intervention, and outcomes for occupations -- 46. Introduction to evaluation intervention, and outcomes for occupations / Barbara A. Boyt Schell -- 47. Activities of daily living and instrumental Activities of Daily Living / Anne Birge James -- 48.Education / Yvonne L. Swinth -- 49. Work / Darcie L. Olson -- 50. Play and leisure / Loree A. Primeau -- 51. Sleep and rest / Jo M. Solet -- 52. Social participation / Wendy J. Coster -- Unit XII. Theory guided interventions: Examples from the field -- 53. Overview of theory guided intervention / Glen Gillen -- 54. Motor function and occupational performance / Glen Gillen -- 55. Cognition, perception, and occupational performance / Yael Goverover -- 56. Sensory integration and processing : Theory and applications to occupational performance / Tina Champagne -- 57. Emotion regulation / Marjorie E. Scaffa -- 58. Social interaction and occupational performance / C. Douglas Simmons -- Unit XIII. The practice context : Therapists in action -- 59. Continuum of care / Mary E. evenson -- 60. Occupational therapy in a comprehensive intervention program for individuals with autism spectrum disorder: Early intervention to supported employment / Scott D. Tomchek -- 61.Providing occupational therapy for individuals with traumatic brain injury : Intensive care to community reentry / Steven D. Wheeler -- 62. Providing occupational therapy services for persons with psychiatric disabilities : Promoting recovery and wellness / Peggy Swarbrick -- 63. A woodworker's hand injury: Restoring a life / Karen Roe Garren -- 64. Providing occupational therapy for older adults with changing needs / Bette R. Bonder -- 65. Providing occupational therapy for disaster survivors / Marjorie E. Scaffa -- Unit XIV. Professional development -- 66. Fieldwork and professional Entry / Mary E. Evenson -- 67.Competence and Professional Development / Patricia A. Hickerson Crist -- 68.Occupational Therapy Professional Organizations / Shawn Phipps -- UNIT XV occupational therapy management -- 69. Management of occupational therapy services / Brent Braveman -- 70. Disability rights and advocacy : Partnering with disability communities to support full participation in society / Tom Wilson -- 71. Payment for services in the United States / Helene Lohman -- 72. Supervision / Mary Jane Youngstrom -- 73. Consultation / Claudid Leonard
Summary Willard and Spackman's Occupational Therapy, Twelfth Edition, continues in the tradition of excellent coverage of critical concepts and practices that have long made this text the leading resource for Occupational Therapy students. Students using this text will learn how to apply client-centered, occupational, evidence based approach across the full spectrum of practice settings. Peppered with first-person narratives, which offer a unique perspective on the lives of those living with disease, this new edition has been fully updated with a visually enticing full color design, and even more photos and illustrations. Vital pedagogical features, including case studies, Practice Dilemmas, and Provocative questions, help position students in the real-world of occupational therapy practice to help prepare them to react appropriately
Notes Book published in 2013 with a copy right date of 2014
Previous ed.: c2009
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Marjorie E. Scaffa is Associate Professor and Chairperson of the department of Occupational Therapy at the University of South Alabama. She received her Ph.D. in Health Education from the University of Maryland. She received a B.S. in psychology from the University of Maryland and an M.S. in occupational therapy from Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond. She has worked in a variety of clinical settings, including the National Institute of Health, with individuals addicted to alcohol and other drugs, and with their families. She has been responsible for establishing the new degree program and academic department of occuaptional therapy at the University of South Alabama
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Subject Occupational therapy.
Vocational rehabilitation.
Occupational Therapy.
Rehabilitation, Vocational.
Occupational Therapy.
Rehabilitation, Vocational.
Author Cohn, Ellen S, consulting editor
Gillen, Glen, editor
Scaffa, Marjorie E., editor
Schell, Barbara A. Boyt, editor
Spackman, Clare, author
Willard, Helen S., author
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.
LC no. 2012042507
ISBN 1451110804
Other Titles Occupational therapy
Willard and Spackman's occupational therapy