Occupational Therapy and Physical Dysfunction: Principles, Skills and Practice

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Churchill Livingstone, 2002 - Medical - 666 pages
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This comprehensive book serves as an outstanding introduction to the role and work of the occupational therapist in the field of physical rehabilitation. From the context of lifespan development, it covers essential theory and basic skills as well as the application of these concepts to real-world practice with specific client groups.

Spanish version also available, ISBN: 84-8174-661-4

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Ann Turner is the author of many acclaimed novels, picture books, and poetry collections, among them the novel "A Hunter Comes Home", an ALA Notable Children's Book; "Rosemary's Witch", a School Library Journal Best Book; and her two poetry books, "A Lion's Hunger" and "Learning to Swim", both ALA Best Books for Young Adults. Ann Turner's historical picture books include "Abe Lincoln Remembers", an NCSS/CBC Notable Children's Trade Book in the Field of Social Studies; "When Mr. Jefferson Came to Philadelphia"; "Drummer Boy"; and "Nettie's Trip South". Among her other picture books are "Through Moon and Stars and Night Skies", a Reading Rainbow selection, and "Dakota Dugout", an ALA Notable Children's Book. Ms. Turner lives in Williamsburg, Massachusetts, with her husband and two children.

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