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Best practice occupational therapy for children and families in community settings [electronic resource] /
Winnie Dunn.
edition
2nd ed.
imprint
Thorofare, NJ : SLACK, c2011.
description
xvi, 242 p. : ill. ; 29 cm.
ISBN
1556429614 (alk. paper), 9781556429613 (alk. paper)
format(s)
Book
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author
added author
imprint
Thorofare, NJ : SLACK, c2011.
isbn
1556429614 (alk. paper)
9781556429613 (alk. paper)
restrictions
Licensed for access by U. of T. users.
contents note
Best practice philosophy for community services for children and families -- Impact of federal policy on services for children and families in early intervention programs and public schools -- Clinical reasoning for best practice services for children and families -- Using frames of reference and practice models to guide practice -- Structure of best practice programs -- Best practice occupational therapy evaluation -- Developing intervention plans that reflect best practice -- Designing best practice services for children and families -- Case studies applying best practices in community programs.
general note
Rev. ed. of: Best practice occupational therapy. c2000.
catalogue key
12796787
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Reference & Research Book News, August 2011
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Main Description
As the occupational therapy profession concerns itself with how people occupy their time during daily life, it is critical for occupational therapists who serve children to understand how to apply their knowledge and skills within the complex and varied environments of the community. A core text for over 10 years, Best Practice Occupational Therapy for Children and Families in Community Settings, Second Edition by Dr. Winnie Dunn provides a clear insight into how to conceive, design, implement, and evaluate services that reflect core principles. Best Practice Occupational Therapy for Children and Families in Community Settings, Second Edition provides the most current information about providing services within community settings, with material addressing early intervention, early childhood, school-age services, and transitions. The context of this text is rooted in best practice principles from interdisciplinary literature and illustrates how occupational therapy professionals implement those principles in their everyday practices. New Features of the Second Edition: " Updated assessments, evidence, and appendices " Case studies that illustrate the implementation of ideas in a practice situation " Worksheets that outline each step in the occupational therapy process from what to include to how to provide rationale for team members, families, and consumers " Tables and inserts that summarize key points " Information regarding state and federal legislation to guide the occupational therapists in how to negotiate for best practice services within parameters of regulations " Integrated throughout the text is the American Occupational Therapy Association’s Occupational Therapy Practice Framework " Additional on-line resources that are available with new book purchases Instructors in educational settings can visit www.efacultylounge.com for additional material to be used for teaching in the classroom. Best Practice Occupational Therapy for Children and Families in Community Settings, Second Edition contains many suggestions about how to practice the skills needed for evidence-based practice, making this the perfect resource for occupational therapy students, faculty, and practitioners who serve children and families.

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