Activity Analysis & Application: Building Blocks of Treatment
Slack Incorporated, 1996 - Medical - 248 pages
Activity Analysis & Application: Building Blocks of Treatment, Third Edition is a valuable tool for the student & clinician, & offers a practical, systematic approach to activity analysis. The book is formatted to enhance the development of the critical thinking skills necessary for identifying, analyzing, & adapting activities as treatment modalities in occupational therapy practice. Uniform Terminology for Occupational Therapy,(3rd ed) is used & incorporated throughout the text. It is also included in the student examples. The Activity Analysis Form has been updated as well as the Client-Activity Correlation. There is increased emphasis on teaching the student to proceed from analysis to observable & measurable function as demonstrated by appropriate goal setting & the therapeutic use of the activity which has been analyzed. This book combines theory with immediate application, & the exercises can be used in full or in part. It builds a thinking process & approach in practice that is essential to facilitate in OT students. It also provides resources for both students & instructors to explore for learning & integration of skills.
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