A who's who of theorists, educators, and practitioners explores the concept of "occupation" and its role as the foundation for occupational therapy practice today. Each contributor explains the conceptual models, frameworks, paradigms, or theoretically-based guidelines that they have developed.
These multi-sensory group sessions, one for each week of the year, are ideal for working with older adults. Focusing on reminiscence to stimulate memory and sensory functioning, and enhance wellbeing, these activities bring a fresh approach to group sessions. Supporting colour photographs and cards are available to download.
The Oxford Handbook of Occupational Health is the must-have guide for all occu[ational health practitioners. It brings together current practices, legislation and tools to provide a single authorative guide on how to assess and manage health risks in the workplace.
Aims to provide an understanding of problems commonly encountered by the therapist working with people with neurological disability. This work describes aspects of posture and movement difficulties which occur as a result of neurological damage and gives guidance to help the therapist to plan the appropriate treatment programme for each patient.
Comprehensive and informative, the extensively revised fifth edition of Occupational Therapy in Psychiatry and Mental Health is an accessible overview of occupational therapy in psychiatry, providing key information on a range of international models of occupational therapy as well as their practical applications.
Provides a comprehensive overview of theories and frames of reference in occupational therapy. The origins of each frame is included as well as their objectives, function-dysfunction continuum, and views of change and motivation. The text also includes practical guidelines to assist with evaluation and treatment planning.
Suitable for anyone coming to the subject of disability studies, this book tackles a wide range of issues in numerous succinct chapters written by contributing authors, many of whom are disabled themselves.