Private Practice in Occupational Therapy

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Florence S. Cromwell
Psychology Press, Jan 1, 1985 - Medical - 138 pages
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Valuable insights into the potentials, risks, and excitement of establishing a private practice in occupational therapy. This groundbreaking volume provides general and specific ideas to help guide the OT professional who is considering independent practice.
  

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Contents

FROM THE EDITORS DESK
1
The Historic Eighties
7
A Model
15
A New Arena for Private Practice in Occupational
25
Evaluation
32
Establishing a Private Practice
38
Organization and Structure of the Practice
46
Developing Pediatric Programming in a Private
53
Occupational Therapists as Publishers and Trainers
79
Marketing Occupational Therapy Services
91
Monitoring the Plan
100
Computer an Administrative Tool for You?
106
Program Writing
112
Its Myths Realities and Potential
117
Meaning of Changes to Individuals
124
Potentials for Occupational Therapy in Wellness
132

Equipment and Other Practice Requirements
60
Summary
66

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