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The COTA Examination Review Guide by Be ready for your COTA exam with the New Edition of "the purple book"! See what students are saying about the previous edition... Five Stars. "I passed using this guide."--Maria, Online Reviewer Get this book!!!!!! "You need this book. I passed the NBCOT on the first try with the guidance given from this book."--Kevin, Online Reviewer A must have! "Used this book and passed the exam first try! Nice tool to have during studying."-- Online Reviewer Be prepared for the NBCOT COTA exam with the most beloved exam-prep guide on the market--now aligned with the current exam content outline! More than 1,000 review questions in the book and its online testing platform give you the practice you need to build your confidence and pass your certification exam. Detailed rationales explain why an answer is correct and the others are incorrect and refer you to primary sources for further study.
Call Number: RM735.32 .C43 2020 North Campus
Publication Date: 2020-09-03
Legal and Ethical Issues for Health Professionals by Legal and Ethical Issues for Health Professionals, Fifth Edition is a concise and practical guide to legal and ethical dilemmas facing healthcare professionals in the real-world today. Thoroughly updated and featuring new case studies, this dynamic text will help students to better understand the issues they will face on the job and the implications in the legal arena. With contemporary topics, real-world examples, and accessible language, this comprehensive text offers students an applied perspective and the opportunity to develop critical thinking skills. Legal and Ethical Issues for Health Professionals provides an effective transition from the classroom to the reality of a clinical environment.
Call Number: KF3821 .P69 2019 North Campus Reserves
Publication Date: 2019-01-21
Legal and Ethical Essentials of Health Care Administration by Legal and Ethical Essentials of Health Care Administration, Second Edition is the ideal text for courses that combine a study of both the legal and ethical aspects of healthcare administration. Derived from George Pozgar's best-selling textbook, Legal Aspects of Health Care Administration, Thirteenth Edition, this more concise text provides the reader with the necessary knowledge to become conversant with both legal and ethical issues pertinent to the healthcare profession.Using reader-friendly language, the book presents actual court cases, state and federal statues, and common-law principles to help the student understand the practical application of the concepts learned. The author includes a broad discussion of the legal system, including the sources of law and government organization as well as basic reviews of tort law, criminal issues, contracts, civil procedure and trial practice, and a wide range of real-life legal and ethical dilemmas that caregivers have faced as they wound their way through the courts.Key Features:- Streamlined organization for more effective teaching and learning.- Dynamic, real world focus that engages readers to apply the concepts learned to the issues they will potentially face on a daily basis- Opportunities for in-class experiential learning (moot court, debate issues, etc.)
Call Number: KF3821 .P694 2021 Nassau Center
Publication Date: 2020
Quick Reference Dictionary for Occupational Therapy by Quick Reference Dictionary for Occupational Therapy has been a leading resource for more than 15 years and has provided occupational therapy professionals and students with pertinent information right at their fingertips. Now revised and updated into a Sixth Edition, this pocket-size resource includes the latest information in the field of occupational therapy. Quick Reference Dictionary for Occupational Therapy, Sixth Edition by Dr. Karen Jacobs and Laela Simon remains the only comprehensive dictionary available specifically for occupational therapy. The handy, conveniently sized dictionary provides a quick reference to words, their definitions, and important resources used in daily practice and academic training. The changes in diagnoses that have recently occurred, as well as changes in the U.S. health care system, have also been incorporated into this Sixth Edition. Nearly 4,000 terms are defined and more than 70 appendices are included. Some of the 70 new appendices include: Useful Apps for Occupational Therapy Evidence-Based Practice, Levels of Evidence, and Qualitative Research Stages of Alzheimer's Disease - Seven Stages From the Alzheimer's Foundation Energy Conservation Techniques Nutrition Safe Patient Handling and Movement Skills Thoracic Outlet Syndrome Grip Development and Stages of Writing Occupational therapy and occupational therapy assistants, clinicians, faculty, and students will benefit from the easy-to-use format and updated information that Quick Reference Dictionary for Occupational Therapy, Sixth Edition has to offer. This valuable tool can be used by students completing fieldwork and new practitioners just starting out, and also serves as a handy reference for seasoned practitioners.
Call Number: RM735 .J345 2015 North Campus
Publication Date: 2015
Occupational Therapy by Occupational Therapy: Performance, Participation, and Well-Being, Fourth Edition, is a comprehensive occupational therapy text that introduces students to core knowledge in the profession and the foundations of practice-the occupations, person factors, and environment factors that support performance, participation, and well-being. Editors, Drs. Charles H. Christiansen, Carolyn M. Baum, and Julie D. Bass, are joined by more than 40 international scholars who bring students, faculty, and practitioners the evidence that supports occupational therapy practice. The PEOP Model 4th Edition is featured as an exemplar of a person-environment-occupation model and provides a valuable roadmap for understanding key concepts and developing strong clinical reasoning skills in the occupational therapy process. Features: Examines the theories, models, frameworks, and classifications that support contemporary knowledge of person, environment, and occupational factors. Presents detailed chapters on the occupations of children and youth, adults, older adults, organizations, and populations Provides extensive coverage of the person factors (psychological, cognition, sensory, motor, physiological, spirituality) and environment factors (culture, social, physical, policy, technology) that support occupational performance Includes exceptional content on the essentials of professional practice - therapeutic use of self, evidence-based practice, professionalism, lifelong development, ethics, business fundamentals, and critical concepts Builds clear links with the AOTA's Occupational Therapy Practice Framework, Third Edition; International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health, and accreditation standards for entry-level occupational therapy programs. Introduces emerging practice areas of self-management, community-based practice, technology, and teaching/learning and opportunities to work with organizations and populations Incorporates international and global perspectives on core knowledge and occupational therapy practice. Documents assessments, interventions, resources, and evidence in user-friendly tables Uses simple and complex cases to illustrate key concepts and ideas. New and Updated Sections in the Fourth Edition: Individual chapters on each person factor and environmental factor and occupations across the lifespan Expanded coverage of approaches for organizations and populations and entry-level professional skills Consistent framework of tables and language across chapters and sections. Additional teaching materials in the www.efacultylounge.com including PowerPoint presentations
Call Number: RM735 .O366 2015 North Campus
Publication Date: 2015
Introduction to Occupational Therapy by Prepare for success in OT practice with a complete overview of the profession! Introduction to Occupational Therapy, 5th Edition helps you master the roles and responsibilities of the OT practitioner. Content promotes evidence-based OT practice, from client evaluation to planning interventions and goals to reaching optimal outcomes. You'll also learn valuable skills in clinical reasoning and in providing occupational therapy across the client's entire lifespan. Written by experienced educator and author Jane Clifford O'Brien, this comprehensive resource discusses today's OT treatment settings and adds a new chapter on cultural competence. Complete coverage of OT practice prepares you for care in areas such as adult, pediatric, geriatric, and mental health. A broad perspective fits the needs of both Occupational Therapy and Occupational Therapy Assistant students. Case studies and activities in each chapter help you apply concepts and develop problem-solving skills. Emphasis on evidence-based practice helps you learn to think logically and use research literature to formulate diagnoses and treatment plans. The OT Practice Framework provides a sound basis for decision making, defining occupational therapy areas of concern and the OT process. Chapter objectives, key terms, chapter summaries, and review questions highlight important content in each chapter. Student resources on the Evolve companion website include review questions with answers along with crossword puzzles to reinforce what you've learned in the book. NEW content on OT theory and practice includes the latest updates to the Occupational Therapy Practice Framework and OT Code of Ethics. New coverage of the role of certified Occupational Therapy Assistants shows where OTAs are employed, what licensure requirements they must meet, and how they fit into the scope of OT practice. NEW chapter on cultural competence provides the tools you need to work with culturally diverse clients in today's healthcare environment, and includes case studies with examples of cultural competence and its impact on the practice of OT. NEW Centennial Vision commentary provides a 'big picture' view of today's occupational therapy, and shows how OT is becoming a powerful, widely recognized, science-driven, and evidence-based profession as it reaches the age of 100.
Call Number: RM735.4 .O27 2018 North Campus Reserves
Publication Date: 2018
Ethics in Rehabilitation by Ethical decision-making is a critical component in the broad spectrum of rehabilitation and health care professions today. The second edition of Ethics in Rehabilitation was developed to give health and rehabilitation professionals the knowledge and tools they need to approach and solve the ethical dilemmas that challenge them in everyday practice. Long copy: Ethical decision-making is a critical component in the broad spectrum of rehabilitation and health care professions today. The second edition of Ethics in Rehabilitation was developed to give health and rehabilitation professionals the knowledge and tools they need to approach and solve the ethical dilemmas that challenge them in everyday practice. Following an introduction to ethical theories and principles, Drs Kornblau and Burkhardt furnish readers with a brief overview of legal principles that may impact ethical decision making, then examine the relationship between ethical and legal principles that clinicians may encounter. The second section provides readers with an opportunity to apply what they have learned and includes more than 100 ethical dilemmas covering a wide variety of practice-related topics. Further reinforcing the concepts, the final sections consist of ethical dilemma worksheets and a set of additional learning resources to assist in the examination and resolution of ethical dilemmas. Features: More than 100 sample ethical dilemmas extracted from actual practice experiences. Ethical dilemma worksheets to guide learning and illustrate course of action. Extensive set of appendices including sample laws and regulations. Online access to internet resources of state licensure and related laws. Ethics in Rehabilitation offers readers a practical approach to ethics within a clinical context to allow practitioners, educators, and researchers to raise questions, attempt to answer them, and promote and improve ethical practice in rehabilitation.
Call Number: RM930 .K67 2012 North Campus
Publication Date: 2012
Human Development and Performance Throughout the Lifespan by Human Development & Performance Throughout the Lifespan, 2nd Edition is ideal for occupational therapy, physical therapy, and other rehabilitation disciplines. It provides a broad, occupation-based viewpoint of development and performance throughout all life stages with an emphasis on the factors that influence daily participation and optimal performance of desired daily life tasks. The authors use a life course conceptual model as an organizational foundation for clinical reasoning to help readers understand how to implement the activity- and participation-based goals and outcomes for therapy. Written by an occupational therapist and a physical therapist, the book incorporates chapters by leading experts in human development, giving users cutting-edge information and a wide range of perspectives. By integrating information from the International Classification of Function and Disability (ICF) with a developmental life-task perspective, the book gives both newcomers and experienced professionals an essential, contemporary frame of reference.
Call Number: RM930 .H85 2016 North Campus
Publication Date: 2016
Functional Anatomy for Sport and Exercise by Functional Anatomy for Sport and Exercise: A Quick A-to-Z Reference is the most user-friendly and accessible available reference to human musculoskeletal anatomy in its moving, active context. Fully updated and revised, the second edition features more illustrations to enhance student learning and an expanded hot topics section to highlight key areas of research in sport and exercise. An accessible format makes it easy for students to locate clear, concise explanations and descriptions of anatomical structures, human movement terms and key concepts. Covering all major anatomical areas, the book includes: an A-to-Z guide to anatomical terms and concepts, from the head to the foot clear and detailed colour illustrations cross-referenced entries throughout hot topics discussed in more detail in sports examples discussed in more detail full references and suggested further reading This book is an essential quick reference for undergraduate students in applied anatomy, functional anatomy, kinesiology, sport and exercise science, physical education, strength and conditioning, biomechanics and athletic training. I> in sports examples discussed in more detail full references and suggested further reading This book is an essential quick reference for undergraduate students in applied anatomy, functional anatomy, kinesiology, sport and exercise science, physical education, strength and conditioning, biomechanics and athletic training.
Call Number: eBooks
Publication Date: 2019-04-25
The Grasping Hand by Anatomical guide leverages exceptional dissection images to elucidate the biomechanics of the hand and upper extremity The hand is a unique instrument that executes the commands of the brain and expresses the nuances of the mind. The Grasping Hand: Structural and Functional Anatomy of the Hand and Upper Extremity by Amit Gupta and Makoto Tamai is a state-of-the-art book that details the functions of the hand to feel, receive, gather, collect and hold, as well as the complex role that the whole upper extremity plays in enabling these actions. The anatomical structures intrinsic to these functions are detailed through illuminating cadaveric dissections and succinct text. Organized in 5 sections and 38 chapters, the book begins with a chapter detailing the intriguing history of hand anatomy, followed by a section encompassing the structural and functional fundamentals. The third section covers general anatomy and function, with discussions of the nerves and vascularity of the upper extremity, as well as the brachial plexus. The fourth section features 26 anatomically organized chapters from the shoulder to the fingertip with anatomical and functional insights on the joints, fascia and retinacula, interosseus membrane, tendons and more. The single chapter comprising the final section covers imaging and anatomy. Key Highlights Pioneers in modern hand surgery share vast collective knowledge and pearls on hand and upper extremity anatomy and biomechanics Over 1,100 exquisite, original dissections of lightly embalmed fresh cadaveric arms provide unique visual insights about underlying tissues and structures High quality, never before published original photographs enhance understanding of anatomy, physiology, and pathology This practical resource is ideal for reviewing anatomy and biomechanics prior to performing hand, wrist, arm, elbow, and shoulder surgery, making it essential reading for orthopaedic surgeons, fellows, and hand specialists. This book is also useful for students of human anatomy, physical and occupational therapists, medical students, and anyone interested in upper extremity anatomy and function. This book includes complimentary access to a digital copy on https://medone.thieme.com.
Call Number: eBook
Publication Date: 2021-01-05
Clinical Kinesiology and Anatomy by Clinical Kinesiology and Anatomy and KinesiologyinAction.com work together to create an immersive, multimedia experience that tracks your progress until you've mastered the must-know concepts and techniques and are ready to apply them in class, clinic, and practice. You'll develop the foundational knowledge, critical-thinking skills, and technical competencies you need to understand kinesiology. KINESIOLOGY IN ACTION - KinesiologyInAction.com Online. Self-Paced. Easy to Navigate. Progressive. Ten online learning modules with a wealth of activities guide you step by step through the basic theory of joint structure and muscle action to ensure you understand both normal and pathologic movement. A special code in the front of the book unlocks Kinesiology in Action for you...including an eBook of the text. TEXT - Clinical Kinesiology and Anatomy Terms, principles, and applications. Clear and simple. The 6th Edition of this classic kinesiology text continues the tradition of presenting a very complicated topic in a clear, simple, and easy-to-understand manner. Bite-size sections and over 500 full-color illustrations show how various anatomical systems are connected and help you identify and see the connections between common pathologies associated with certain anatomical structures.
Call Number: QP303 .L53 2017 North Campus
Publication Date: 2017-04-10
Cases in Pediatric Occupational Therapy by Cases in Pediatric Occupational Therapy: Assessment and Intervention is designed to provide a comprehensive collection of case studies that reflects the scope of current pediatric occupational therapy practice. Drs. Susan Cahill and Patricia Bowyer, along with more than 50 contributors, begin each section with an introduction to the practice setting and direct instructors and students to additional resources for more information. The text includes more than 40 cases that include client overviews, relevant history and background information; information regarding the analysis of occupational performance; information about progress in treatment; and questions to promote the development and refinement of clinical reasoning skills. Cases are presented from various practice settings, including: The neonatal intensive care unit Early intervention School systems Outpatient services Hospital-based settings Mental health settings Community settings Each case included in Cases in Pediatric Occupational Therapy is written by professionals with first-hand experience working with pediatric clients from the specific practice setting, and it aligns with the occupational therapy process represented in the AOTA's Occupational Therapy Practice Framework, Third Edition. In addition, supplemental information, photographs, and video clips help to bring the cases to life. Instructors in educational settings can visit www.efacultylounge.com for additional materials to be used in the classroom. Cases in Pediatric Occupational Therapy will guide occupational therapy students, faculty, and practitioners through effective clinical decision making during the selection of assessment procedures and the development of client-centered and context-specific intervention plans.
Call Number: RJ53.O25 C37 2015 North Campus
Publication Date: 2015
Occupational Therapy for Children and Adolescents by Focusing on children from infancy to adolescence, Occupational Therapy for Children and Adolescents, 7th Edition provides comprehensive, full-color coverage of pediatric conditions and treatment techniques in all settings. Its emphasis on evidence-based practice includes updated references, research notes, and explanations of the evidentiary basis for specific interventions. Coverage of new research and theories, new techniques, and current trends, with additional case studies, keeps students in step with the latest advances in the field. Now with new content on adolescents to reflect changes in the OT curriculum and in OT practice, this text is the Number One book in pediatric occupational therapy. Case studies help you apply concepts to actual situations you may encounter in practice. Research Notes boxes and evidence-based summary tables help you interpret evidence and strengthen your clinical decision-making skills. Learning resources on Evolve include video clips, review activities, and additional case studies. Learning objectives indicate what you will be learning in each chapter and serve as checkpoints in studying for examinations. A glossary makes it easy to look up key terms. NEW video clips and case studies on the Evolve website demonstrate important concepts and rehabilitation techniques. NEW Autism Spectrum Disorder chapter contains important information for OTs not addressed in other texts. NEW Neuromotor: Cerebral Palsy chapter addresses the most prevalent cause of motor dysfunction in children. NEW Adolescent Development chapter helps you manage the special needs of teenagers and young adults. NEW contemporary design includes full-color photos and illustrations. UPDATED content and references ensure you have access to the comprehensive, research-based information that will guide you in making optimal decisions in practice.
Call Number: RJ53.O25 O23 2015 North Campus
Publication Date: 2015
Pediatric Skills for Occupational Therapy Assistants by Learn to provide effective therapy for children and adolescents with Pediatric Skills for Occupational Therapy Assistants, 4th Edition. This market-leading text offers a comprehensive, application-focused guide to pediatric occupational therapy assisting by incorporating the AOTA Practice Framework. The text's focused and easy-to-use approach to pediatrics covers everything from the scope of practice to in-depth coverage of normal development, pediatric health conditions, and treatment planning. This new edition has also been thoroughly updated and expanded to include new content and chapters on community systems, physical agent modalities, the Model of Human Occupation assessments, childhood obesity, documentation, neurodevelopmental treatment, and concepts of elongation. UNIQUE! Video clips on the Evolve companion website show pediatric clients involved in a variety of occupational therapy interventions to demonstrate how concepts apply to actual practice. UNIQUE! Clinical Pearls boxes highlight expert advice and tips from the authors and contributors. Case examples provide snapshots of real-life situations to show how key concepts apply to real-life situations. Evidence-based content incorporates clinical trials and outcome studies to demonstrate the evidentiary basis for OTA practice. Inclusion of cultural diversity and sensitivity issues familiarize readers with the diverse groups of people that OTAs treat in practice. Incorporation of prevention information demonstrates that the OTA's role goes beyond intervention and treatment. Family-centered perspective uses the terminology of the AOTA Practice Framework to focus on tailoring the OT approach to meet the needs of children within the context of their own environments. Review questions and summaries at the end of each chapter help readers assess and evaluate what they have learned. Suggested activities in each chapter help readers bridge the gap between the classroom and the clinic. Key terms, chapter outlines, and chapter objectives at the beginning of each chapter prepare readers for the information they're expected to learn from the chapter. User resources on Evolve companion site include a variety of activities to help reinforce the material in the text, including: video clips and review questions. NEW! Content on emerging areas of practice (such as community systems) broadens readers' awareness of where interventions for children can take place. NEW! Content on physical agent modalities (PAMS) outlines the theory and application of PAMS as used by OTAs with pediatric clients. NEW! Pediatric MOHO assessments that are now available in the chapter on Model of Human Occupation (MOHO) assessments describe how these assessments can help with intervention. NEW! Content on childhood obesity, documentation, neurodevelopmental treatment, and concepts of elongation have been added to keep readers abreast of the latest trends and problems.
Call Number: RJ53.O25 P435 2016 North Campus
Publication Date: 2016
Play in Occupational Therapy for Children by Focused on the importance of play in evaluating and treating children with disabilities, PLAY IN OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY FOR CHILDREN, 2nd Edition presents play theories and assessments along with the theories and assessments reached from research conducted by occupational therapists and occupational scientists. This edition also includes five new chapters that reflect the latest developments in the areas of autism, play assessment, play for institutionalized toddlers, school-based play, and play and assistive technology in an early intervention program to provide you with the most up-to-date information available. Case Studies highlighted in special boxes provide snapshots of real-life situations and solutions to help you apply key concepts in the clinical setting. Clinical trials and outcome studies emphasize evidence-based practice. Key Terms, Chapter Objectives, and Review Questions help you assess and evaluate what you've learned. A clean two-color format highlights learning points to emphasize important concepts. Additional Evolve Resources include video clips for clinical assessment, web links, references, and assessment forms found in the book provide you with additional learning tools.
Call Number: RJ53.O25 P53 2008 North Campus
Publication Date: 2007-12-13
Scissors Skills by Cutting with scissors is a complex skill. Difficulties may arise because of congenital or acquired disabilities, injury or lack of experience. Written by an experienced occupational therapist, Scissors Skills describes all the skills needed to use scissors effectively. There is discussion of the conditions which may preclude or delay the acquisition of scissors skills including neuropathy, poor muscle power, skeletal problems, pain and discomfort. Some conditions may require adaptations and special equipment. There are suggestions of activities aimed to enhance the pre-scissors skills of children and adults. The book includes the wide range of conventional and special scissors available which help to promote and improve scissors skills. Carefully graded scissors activities are included together with a selection of photocopiable work sheets. The book will be useful for occupational therapists working in the areas of paediatrics, rehabilitation and learning difficulties as well as teachers and classroom support assistants at all educational levels.
Call Number: RJ53.O25 P47 2004 North Campus
Publication Date: 2004-07-02
Best Practices for Documenting Occupational Therapy Services in Schools by This title provides practical, how-to information on how to document occupational therapy services while meeting federal, state, and district requirements for screening and evaluation, intervention, outcomes and program evaluation, and OTA supervision. A flash drive includes forms for all aspects of documenting occupational therapy in schools, along with documentation samples and case examples.
Call Number: LB3457 .C52 2017 North Campus (see also eBooks)
Publication Date: 2017
The OTA's Guide to Documentation by With the current changes in health care, proper documentation of client care is essential in meeting the legal, ethical, and professional standards for reimbursement of services. Written specifically for occupational therapy assistants, The OTA's Guide to Documentation: Writing SOAP Notes, Third Editioncontains the step-by-step instruction needed to learn the documentation required for occupational therapy clinical practice and reimbursement. Written in an easy-to-read format, this Third Edition by Marie J. Morreale and Sherry Borcherding allows occupational therapy assistants to learn the purpose and standards of documentation throughout all stages of the occupational therapy process and in a variety of practice settings. New features in the Third Edition: · Incorporation of the Occupational Therapy Practice Framework: Domain and Process, Second Edition along with other updated American Occupational Therapy Association documents · Electronic documentation information · Information on International Classification of Functioning, Disability, and Health language · Information on narrative notes with examples · A new chapter on "Billing and Reimbursement" with a focus on funding sources and requirements · More information and examples for pediatric, school-based, and mental health practice settings · Information on quality measures · New worksheets for developing occupational therapy goals · Additional worksheets on documentation mistakes and basics of documentation · A new method of goal writing (COAST) · Lists of professional language This text teaches the SOAP notes format reimbursable by Medicare Part B and other third party payers. Other topics include a review of spelling and grammar, an overview of the initial evaluation process delineating the roles of the occupational therapist and the occupational therapy assistant, tips for clinical reasoning, and guidelines for selecting appropriate interventions. Instructors in educational settings can visit www.efacultylounge.com for additional material to be used in the classroom. The OTA's Guide to Documentation: Writing SOAP Notes, Third Editionoffers both the necessary instruction and multiple opportunities to practice. Templates allow beginning students to practice formatting SOAP notes, and a detachable summary sheet can be pulled out and carried to clinical sites as a reminder of the necessary contents for a SOAP note. Multiple worksheets are provided for practice in developing observation skills, clinical reasoning, documentation skills, and a repertoire of professional language. All worksheets in this Third Edition are available online, with answers included to enable independent study. Occupational therapy assistant students and faculty as well as practicing occupational therapy assistants and rehabilitation professionals will appreciate this valuable text. As a bonus: When you purchase a new copy of The OTA's Guide to Documentation: Writing SOAP Notes, Third Edition, you will receive access to scenario-based videos to practice the documentation process.
Call Number: RM735.4 .M67 2013 North Campus (See newer eBook)
Publication Date: 2013-04-15
Management and Administration for the OTA by Comprehensive skills in management, administration, and leadership are essential for occupational therapy assistants (OTA) in their daily interactions with their clients in various health care environments. Inside Management and Administration for the OTA: Leadership and Application Skills, Dr. Karen Jacobs has gathered an expert team of 11 contributors of clinicians, academicians, administrators, managers, and graduate students to address each of the ACOTE Standards with a focus on evidence-based literature and examples of the leadership and management skills needed as an OTA. What you will learn from Management and Administration for the OTA: Contexts and Health Care-the potential impact of policy issues as they relate to the practice of occupational therapy Leadership and Advocacy-two important roles that OTAs need to assume to be agents of change Credentialing-introduces the national requirements for credentialing and for licensure, certification or registration under state laws Reimbursement-the various reimbursement systems requirements that affect the practice of occupational therapy Marketing and Promoting-The role of the OTA to promote the distinct value of occupational therapy to the public, as well as other professionals, service providers, consumers, third-party payers, and regulatory bodies Documentation and Quality Improvement-to ensure the OTA provides the highest quality of occupational therapy services Supervision-to understand the important relationship between the OTA, the OT, and nonprofessional personnel Fieldwork-to understand the role, criteria, and components of the OTA in fieldwork education Communication Skills-define health literacy and discuss how to use this concept to better understand the client, the client's health environment, and the client's occupations and health activities Ethics-explore the components of ethics that impact the delivery of occupational therapy and the foundational skills and knowledge needed by the OTA to maintain high standards of responsible, ethical practice Scholarship and Scholarly Practice-assists the OTA with how to articulate the importance of how scholarly activities and the evidence-based literature contribute to the distinct value and advancement of occupational therapy The chapters of Management and Administration for the OTA: Leadership and Application Skills also includes 5 key vocabulary terms and their definitions, case examples relevant to the content, website resources, and multiple choice review questions. Instructors in educational settings can visit www.efacultylounge.com for additional materials to be used for teaching in the classroom. Straightforward, comprehensive, and user-friendly, Management and Administration for the OTA: Leadership and Application Skills will provide OTA students and clinicians with an essential resource for their future success.
Call Number: RM735 .M36 2016 North Campus (See also eBooks)
Publication Date: 2016
Developing Occupation-Centered Programs with the Community by The updated Third Edition of Developing Occupation-Centered Programs with the Community continues to provide an excellent step-by-step workbook approach to designing and implementing a program for the community. Inside Developing Occupation-Centered Programs with the Community, Third Edition, Dr. Linda Fazio includes the importance of community asset identification and development toward sustainability. New and updated content on evidence-based practice; program evaluation at multiple levels; funding; non-profits and social entrepreneurship. Additionally, new trending issues of interest to programmers include human trafficking, post-combat programming for military veterans and their families, arts-based programming for all ages, and programming to meet current needs of the well-elderly. Features of the Third Edition: Workbook format offers the instructor and the student options for how to use the text in a classroom or independently in an internship or residency The order of the programming process, chapter content order, summaries and format of exercises has been retained to ease transition for instructors using previous editions of the text The program "story" section has been retained along with author's notes on what is currently happening with these programs and other related topic areas New content has been added in program sustainability, the assessment and building of community assets, and consensus organizing in communities More developed content is offered about the structure and function of non-profit organizations as well as the role and function of the social entrepreneur who does programming for these organizations Ancillary PowerPoint presentations follow the process for use in a lecture format Instructors in educational settings can visit www.efacultylounge.com for additional materials to be used for teaching in the classroom. Developing Occupation-Centered Programs with the Community, Third Edition is an excellent introductory tool and is a valuable resource for occupational therapy students at all levels, as well as experienced practitioners in a clinical setting.
Call Number: RC487 .F39 2017 North Campus
Publication Date: 2017-05-30
Management Skills for the Occupational Therapy Assistant by This text addresses the management skills necessary for the occupational therapy assistant, providing definitions, explanations and examples of leadership for the student. The chapters empower practitioners in areas such as communication, ethics, reimbursement and managing change. The book includes special learning tools to help students understand essential concepts discussed throughout the text. Review questions and problem-based case studies are included at the end of each chapter to help facilitate student directed learning.
Call Number: RM735.4 .S655 2003 North Campus
Publication Date: 2003
Mental Health Concepts and Techniques for the Occupational Therapy Assistant by This updated 5th Edition of Mary Beth Early's best-seller remains the only resource specifically developed to prepare occupational therapy assistant students to work effectively with clients with mental health issues across all practice settings. Filled with up-to-date, evidence-based practice information and examples of contemporary interventions, Mental Health Concepts and Techniques for the Occupational Therapy Assistant helps students develop a sound foundation in occupational therapy processes and illustrates how to intervene effectively to meet the needs of clients with mental health issues. The 5th Edition reflects the latest professional standards and recent developments in the field and includes new content, new pedagogy, and new online resources to save instructors time and help students succeed.
Call Number: RC437 .E3 2017 North Campus
Publication Date: 2016-08-17
Group Dynamics in Occupational Therapy by In occupational therapy practice, well designed groups represent social and cultural contexts for occupational performance in everyday life. Group Dynamics in Occupational Therapy: The Theoretical Basis and Practice Application of Group Intervention, the best-selling text for over 25 years by Marilyn B. Cole, has been updated to a Fifth Edition, offering strategies and learning tools to place clients in effective groups for enhanced therapeutic interventions. Updated to meet the AOTA's Occupational Therapy Practice Framework, Third Edition, this Fifth Edition provides guidelines for occupational therapy group design and leadership and guides application of theory-based groups. The theory section clarifies how occupation based models and frames of reference change the way occupational therapy groups are organized and how theory impacts the selection of group activities, goals, and outcomes. Recent examples and evidence are added in this Fifth Edition to reflect the design and use of groups for evaluation and intervention within the newly evolving paradigm of occupational therapy. The third section focuses on the design of group protocols and outlines a series of group experiences for students. These are intended to provide both personal and professional growth, as well as a format for practice in group leadership, self-reflection, cultural competence, and community service learning. A new chapter focusing on the recovery model and trauma-informed care suggests ways for occupational therapists to design group interventions within these broadly defined approaches. Cole's 7-step format for occupational therapy group leadership provides a concrete, user-friendly learning experience for students to design and lead theory based groups. The settings for which students can design group interventions has been updated to include current and emerging practice settings. Instructors in educational settings can visit www.efacultylounge.com for additional material to be used for teaching in the classroom. With a client-centered theoretical approach, Group Dynamics in Occupational Therapy: The Theoretical Basis and Practice Application of Group Intervention, Fifth Edition continues a 25-year tradition of education for occupational therapy and occupational therapy assistant students and clinicians.
Call Number: RC487 .C65 2018
Publication Date: 2017-07-15
Occupational Therapy in Mental Health by "This is a text we have all been waiting for...I can't help but think that our earlier leaders in mental health--Dr. Adolph Meyer, Dr. William Dutton, and Eleanor Clark Slagle, to name a few--who knew the power of occupation and stressed the importance of engagement in an enabling environment, would be pleased to see this work come to a format that would guide clinicians to make a difference in the everyday lives of people with mental challenges that require the skills of an occupational therapist." --Carolyn M. Baum, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA Past President American Occupational Therapy Association (2004 to 2007) from the Foreword This Client-centered, recovery-oriented text gives voice to the lived experience of mental illness across the life span. You will be guided through the assessment and interventions of individuals with mental health conditions and those whose life circumstances generate significant challenges to their participation in valued activities.
Call Number: RC487 .O252 2011 North Campus
Publication Date: 2011
Healing 9/11 by Get a first-hand look at the ongoing tragedy of 9/11 Healing 9/11 examines programs and interventions created and implemented by occupational therapists to aid those affected directly--and indirectly--by the 9/11 attacks. Ideal for courses in trauma and recovery, community interventions, disaster recovery, health programs and implementation, and mental health interventions as well as for professionals, this powerful book chronicles the experiences of OTs who worked with firefighters, burn victims, and displaced workers, as well as children, students, and clients suffering long-term symptoms of depression and anxiety. These first-hand accounts offer rare insights into the healing process for victims of terrorism (including OTs themselves), and serve as a guide to developing outreach and counseling services to those touched by future incidents. Healing 9/11 continues the work of Surviving 9/11: Impact and Experiences of Occupational Therapy Practitioners (Haworth), presenting detailed personal and professional accounts from OTs who provided physical, emotional, and psychosocial relief to thousands of disaster victims. This unique book reveals how OTs provided aggressive manual therapy, wound care, and scar management to the critically injured; how OTs analyzed the job market and found work for people who had lost their livelihoods; how OTs worked with students in classroom settings to relieve their anxieties; and how OTs helped rescue workers at Ground Zero deal with the emotions that threatened to overpower them. Healing 9/11 examines: nontraditional group therapy non-clinical treatment settings burn rehabilitation pediatric occupational therapy school-based occupational therapy employment planning occupational frame of reference creative arts therapy post traumatic stress disorder and much more Healing 911: Creative Programming by Occupational Therapists is an essential resource for all healthcare professionals who offer relief in times of disaster.
Call Number: RM735 .H355 2006 North Campus
Publication Date: 2006
Occupational Therapy Interventions by Occupational Therapy Interventions: Functions and Occupations, Second Edition is a unique and comprehensive text intended to provide the essential information required for occupational therapy practice in the physical approach to the intervention process. This practical and user-friendly text offers an entry-level approach to bridging the American Occupational Therapy Association's Occupational Therapy Practice Framework, Third Edition with everyday practice, specifically concerning interventions. Dr. Catherine Meriano and Dr. Donna Latella focus each chapter of the text on an area of occupation, evidence-based practice, current intervention options, as well as a specific hands-on approach to grading interventions. Although the focus of the text is the intervention process, Occupational Therapy Interventions: Function and Occupations, Second Edition also includes a detailed "Evaluation Grid" which offers a unique approach to choosing occupational therapy evaluations. New in the Second Edition: New evidence-based articles have been added to each of the chapters Some new rewritten and expanded chapters Updated references throughout Includes sample exam questions with each chapter Updated key concepts and incorporated new documents such as: AOTA's Occupational Therapy Practice Framework, Third Edition AOTA's Occupational Therapy Code of Ethics AOTA's Guidelines for Supervision, Roles, and Responsibilities During the Delivery of Occupational Therapy Services Instructors in educational settings can visit www.efacultylounge.com for additional materials to be used for teaching in the classroom. With the incorporation of new evidence-based concepts, updates to reflect the AOTA's newest documents, and new hands-on approaches to interventions, Occupational Therapy Interventions: Functions and Occupations, Second Edition should be by the side of every occupational therapy student and entry-level practitioner.
Call Number: RM735 .O353 2016 North Campus
Publication Date: 2016-03-30
Activity Analysis by To respond to the renewed focus by the occupational therapy profession upon occupation, the fifth edition of Activity Analysis and Application has been updated and renamed to reflect this latest emphasis. While Activity Analysis: Application to Occupation, Fifth Edition maintains the sequential process of learning activity analysis, this step-by-step approach now helps students analyze activity for the purpose of optimizing the client's occupational performance. Gayle Hersch, Nancy Lamport, and Margaret Coffey successfully guide students through the development of clinical reasoning skills critical to planning a client's return to meaningful engagement in valued occupations. The authors utilize a straightforward teaching approach that allows students to progress developmentally in understanding both the analysis and application of activity to client intervention. The Occupational Therapy Practice Framework: Domain and Process, with a prominent focus on occupation as this profession's philosophical basis for practice, has been incorporated in the updated forms and explanations of the activity analysis approach. Activity Analysis: Application to Occupation, Fifth Edition is a worthy contribution to the professional education of occupational therapists in furthering their understanding and application of activity and occupation. Features: The newly titled Client-Activity Intervention Plan that synthesizes the activity analysis into client application. Objectives at the beginning of each unit. Discussion questions and examples of daily life occupations. A Web site including 5 forms where students and practitioners can download and print information for class assignments and clinical settings.
Call Number: RM735.3 .L35 2005 North Campus
Publication Date: 2005-02-17
Ergonomics for People with Disabilities by The world of developed economies looks at the problems of people with disabilities from a technical, social, psychological and informational perspective. Impacts in favour of people with disabilities are most often equated with the removal of barriers and integration. Nowadays, virtually every form of social and economic life should take in account inclusion and removal of barriers. Urban planning, the design of buildings, communication networks and the products, tools can be done from the perspective of removing barriers for people with disabilities. It is crucial to promote a way of thinking aimed at taking into account the needs of people with disabilities in the creation of all new civilizational solutions. Monograph "Ergonomics for People with Disabilities: Design for Accessibility" presents interdisciplinary attitude to the issue of designing for people with disabilities. The aim of the monograph is to present the factors affecting life activation of people with disabilities (including "50+" and "mature" people) and the problems that people with disabilities face by the participation in social and professional life and the daily activities and how design for accessibility can help with solving those problems. Concepts presented in the first part are focused on designing of products supporting inclusion such as wheelchairs, orthopaedic seats, carrier vests and hand tools. This part consist of five chapters. Field of interest of second part of the monograph is how to design accessible socio-technical environment. The subject is presented in four chapters on two hospital case studies, backyard sensorimotor path case and integrated therapeutic environment case. Third part is focused on universal design with ICT solutions. It consist of the concepts and analysis of solutions supporting people with disabilities and elderly people presented in six chapters. Scope of the last part is human factor design for barriers reduction. In three chapters problems such deafness, dementia and professional activity of people with disabilities were presented. Monograph includes the wide perspective of engineers, designers, architects, psychologists, sociologists, vocational counsellors and medicals that can inspire to new look at design for accessibility.
Call Number: eBook
Publication Date: 2018-07-30
Occupational Therapy and Inclusive Design by Occupational Therapy and Inclusive Design provides occupational therapy practitioners and students with the ability to confidently problem solve, clinically reason and make sound professional judgements regarding the suitability of products/artefacts and environments for their clients. The relevance of design concepts to Occupational Therapy are illustrated in a broad context with reference to the folklore of disability and disability discourse, the profession's philosophy, conceptual models of practice, relevant legislation and review of Health and Social Care discourse. Ergonomic tools and techniques for practice are reviewed and related to the seven principles of Universal Design. Case scenarios are presented and illustrated with pictures and drawings to guide the reader through the inclusive design process as it relates to occupational therapists in a variety of settings. Additionally, the book aims to give a voice to occupational therapists as specifiers of equipment, property adaptations and increasingly, as advisors to new dwelling and other building projects, with the aim of influencing manufacturers and building agencies in the adoption of inclusive design principles at the product/building design phase. This publication's unique focus is to present an integrated account of the relevant policy supporting service provision, in conjunction with core Occupational Therapy philosophy and the application of principles of Universal Design to case scenarios.
Call Number: RM735 .C668 2008 North Campus
Publication Date: 2008-06-16
Universal Design as Rehabilitation Strategy by A unique resource for rehabilitation engineers, design and building professionals, rehabilitation counselors, gerontologists, psychologists, and other health and mental health professionals, this volume covers the significance and impact of universal design as a change agent for social and health movements. With a focus that is both practical and visionary, it emphasizes how the use of universal design can promote increased performance and participation for the aging population and people with disabilities, while mitigating the stigma and segregation that often characterize traditional rehabilitation design strategies. Written by one of the few architecturally trained researchers engaged in environmental issues related to accessibility and design for aging, the book stresses that universal design is not solely for people with disabilities, but is about usability and inclusion for people of all levels of ability. It examines key social ecological models in rehabilitation for aging and disability, and sheds new light on health and disability at both the individual and population level. Particular attention is paid to the medical, functional, and environmental implications of disability, health care and disability systems, and the psychosocial and cultural issues pertinent to rehabilitation counseling. Key Features: Examines the medical, functional, and environmental implications of disability Addresses health care and disability systems Discusses psychosocial and cultural issues pertinent to rehabilitation counseling Rooted in the concepts of social equity and inclusivity through participation of older adults and disabled individuals in community and societal roles Provides a visionary yet practical paradigm that transcends traditional design problem-solving
Call Number: eBook
Publication Date: 2012-01-01
Sexuality and Occupational Therapy by Sexual activity is considered to be an activity of daily living by the Occupational Therapy Practice Framework, and it is valued among many people. Clients who experience an illness or injury are entitled to engage in that occupation, but sexuality is not typically or regularly addressed in occupational therapy's clinical or educational settings. This book is intended for occupational therapy clinicians, educators, and students who seek to acquire greater understanding of how to address sexuality concerns in occupational therapy practice, including approaching the topic, understanding the specifics, and referring to an appropriate specialist in this area. Highlights include-, Overview of Occupational Therapy and Sexuality, Arthritis and Sexuality, Cancer and Sexuality, Diabetes and Sexuality, Spinal Cord Injury and Sexuality, Cardiovascular Disease and Sexuality, Traumatic Brain Injury and Sexuality, Stoke and Sexuality, Mental Disorders and Sexuality, Adolescents With Disabilities and Sexuality. Occupational therapy endeavors to treat the "whole person," and Sexuality and Occupational Therapy reflects that holistic spirit of the profession. Not Yet an AOTA Member?, The American Occupational Therapy Association, representing the interests of nearly 140,000 occupational therapy professionals and students, is the only national U.S. association dedicated to advancing the quality, availability, use, and support of occupational therapy through standard-setting, advocacy, education, and research on behalf of its members and the public. Members can save up to 30% on textbooks, practitioner guides, and continuing education. Visit AOTA Member Services at www.aota.org for more information. Book jacket.
Call Number: RM735.42 .S48 2012 North Campus
Publication Date: 2012-01-01
Pedretti's Occupational Therapy by Pedretti''s Occupational Therapy: Practice Skills for Physical Dysfunction, 8th Edition prepares you for occupational therapy practice with adults who have physical disabilities. This cornerstone text provides a foundation for the development of clinical reasoning skills in a comprehensive, case-based learning approach to physical dysfunction. New full color photos and helpful pedagogy, including threaded case studies, OT Practice Notes, ethical considerations, and end-of-chapter review questions, reinforce learning, enhance retention, and prompt you to apply principles in a clinical setting. UNIQUE! Threaded case studies, woven throughout each chapter, help you apply concepts to real-life clinical practice. UNIQUE! Ethical Considerations boxes highlight the key ethical concerns of treatment options so you can practice ethically. UNIQUE! OT Practice Notes convey important considerations for professional practice. Focuses on the occupational therapist''s role in health and wellness, which the OTA has identified as a key practice area in the 21st century. Information on prevention, rather than simply intervention or treatment, shows how OTs can take a proactive role in patient care. Evidence-based content included throughout, especially in regards to evaluation and intervention. Content on occupational therapy''s commitment to considering cultural and ethnic diversity in every chapter. Key terms, chapter outlines, chapter objectives lay out the information you can expect to learn from each chapter. NEW! Coverage of the Occupational Therapy Practice Framework (OTPF-3) increases your understanding of the OTPF-3 and its relationship to the practice of occupational therapy with adults who have physical disabilities. NEW! All new section on the therapeutic use of self, which the OTPF lists as the single most important line of intervention occupational therapists can provide. NEW! Chapter on hospice and palliative care presents the evidence-base for hospice and palliative care occupational therapy; describes the role of the occupational therapist with this population within the parameters of the third edition of the Occupational Therapy Practice Framework (OTPF-3); and recommends clinician self-care strategies to support ongoing quality care. UPDATED! Completely revised Spinal Cord Injury chapter addresses restoration of available musculature; self-care; independent living skills; short- and long-term equipment needs; environmental accessibility; and educational, work, and leisure activities. It looks at how the occupational therapist offers emotional support and intervention during every phase of the rehabilitation program. UPDATED! Completely revised chapter on low back pain discusses topics that are critical for the occupational therapist including: anatomy; client evaluation; interventions areas; client-centered occupational therapy analysis; and intervention strategies for frequently impacted occupations. UPDATED! Revised Special Needs of the Older Adult chapter now utilizes a top-down approach, starting with wellness and productive aging, then moving to occupation and participation in meaningful activity and finally, highlighting body functions and structures which have the potential to physiologically decline as a person ages. NEW and EXPANDED! Additional section in the Orthotics chapter looks at the increasing array of orthotic devices available in today''s marketplace, such as robot-assisted therapy, to support the weak upper extremity. UPDATED! Revised chapters on joint range of motion and evaluation of muscle strength include new full color photos to better illustrate how to perform these key procedures. EXPANDED! New information in the Burns and Burn Rehabilitation chapter, including expanded discussions on keloid scars, silver infused dressings, biosynthetic products, the reconstructive phase of rehabilitation, and patient education. UPDATED and EXPANDED! Significantly updated chapter on amputations and prosthetics includes the addition of a new threaded case study on "Daniel", a 19-year-old combat engineer in the United States Army who suffered the traumatic amputation of his non-dominant left upper extremity below the elbow.
Call Number: RM735 .P34 2018 North Campus
Publication Date: 2017-05-03
Upper-Extremity Task-Specific Training after Stroke or Disability by "Promotes client-centered care, encouraging practitioners to match clients' motor capabilities, goals, and interests to specific, challenging tasks. Comprehensive and practical, this manual guides allied health practitioners in every aspect of task-specific training"--
Call Number: RM735.3 .L36 2014
Publication Date: 2014-01-01
Functional Neurorehabilitation Through the Life Span by Designed for physical therapist assistant students and anyone working in the rehabilitation of patients with neurologic damage, this easy-to-use textbook focuses on the framework for neurorehabilitative patient treatment. Placing an emphasis on the scientific and clinical practice, it offers problem-solving instruction on how and where to begin, and how to ensure that the interventions will be meaningful to individuals with neurologic damage. It examines the evolving knowledge of basic sciences, neurology, and neurophysiology, and translates these into treatment ideas for patients throughout the life span. The text presents "best practice" insights, made clinically meaningful and easily applicable to patient care.
Call Number: RC350.4 .B476 2004
Publication Date: 2004
Cognitive Behavioural Interventions in Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy by This book presents the application of the model of cognitive behavioural intervention in the practice of physiotherapy and occupational therapy addressing a range of clinical problems with contributions from professionals who are specialists in their field. The purpose of the book is to increase knowledge and awareness of how CBT can be applied within a theoretical framework from which physiotherapists and occupational therapists work. The book explains the psychological model and provides a rationale for applying CBT as a tool to strengthen physiotherapy and occupational therapy interventions. By bringing new knowledge to the practice of physiotherapists and occupational therapists in regard to CBT approaches opens up new options in relation to the management of specific conditions such as chronic pain, anxiety, fibromyalgia and other specialist areas. Case studies are integral to this book, highlighting the application of CBT, outlining the strategies, and illustrating the outcomes and boundaries of treatment. This is not a book for experts in CBT: focusing on physiotherapy and occupational therapy professions, Donaghy and her co-authors link models of current practice with CBT interventions, giving parameters an integrated practice. . case studies . evidence-based . interdisciplinary approach . contributed to by renowned specialists in the field
Call Number: RC489.C63 C6434 2008
Publication Date: 2008
Occupational Therapy with Aging Adults by Get all the information you need to successfully practice in the rapidly growing field of gerontological occupational therapy! Occupational Therapy with Aging Adults is a brand new text written by OT experts Karen Frank Barney and Margaret Perkinson that takes a unique interdisciplinary and collaborative approach in covering every aspect of geriatric occupational therapy practice. Readers will explore the entire continuum of care for the aging population along with special considerations for this rapidly growing demographic. This innovative text also covers topical issues spanning the areas of ethical approaches to treatment; nutrition and oral health concerns; pharmacological issues; low vision interventions; assistive technology supports; and more to ensure readers are well versed in every aspect of this key practice area. UNIQUE! Intraprofessional and interprofessional approach to intervention emphasizes working holistically and collaboratively in serving older adults. Case examples help you learn to apply new information to actual patient situations. Questions at the end of each chapter can be used for discussion or other learning applications. Chapter on evidence-based practice discusses how to incorporate evidence into the clinical setting. Chapter on ethics provides a deeper understanding of how to address challenging ethical dilemmas. UNIQUE! Chapter on the wide range of physiological changes among the aging patient population highlights related occupational performance issues. UNIQUE! Chapter on oral health explores the challenges faced by older adults.
Call Number: RC953.8.O22 O23 2016 North Campus
Publication Date: 2015-12-09
Occupational Therapy with Elders by The only comprehensive book on geriatric occupational therapy designed specifically for the COTA, Occupational Therapy with Elders: Strategies for the COTA, 3rd Edition provides in-depth coverage of each aspect of geriatric practice, from wellness and prevention to death and dying. A discussion of foundational concepts includes aging trends and strategies for elder care, and coverage of emerging areas includes low-vision rehabilitation, mobility issues including driving, and Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia. Expert authors René Padilla, Sue Byers-Connon, and Helene Lohman offer an unmatched discussion of diverse populations and the latest on geriatric policies and procedures in this fast-growing area of practice. Unique! A focus on the occupational therapy assistant highlights the importance of COTAs to the care of elder clients. Case studies illustrate principles and help you apply what you've learned to actual situations. Key terms, chapter objectives, and review questions highlight important content in each chapter. Use of the term "elder" reduces the stereotypical role of dependent patients and helps to dispel myths about aging. A multidisciplinary approach demonstrates how the OT and the COTA can collaborate effectively. Unique! Attention to diverse populations and cultures prepares you to respect and care for clients of different backgrounds. Unique! The companion Evolve website makes review easier with more learning activities, references linked to MEDLINE abstracts, and links to related OT sites. Unique! A discussion of elder abuse, battered women, and literacy includes information on how the COTA can address these often-overlooked issues. New information on alternative treatment settings for elders reflects new trends in OT care. Updated information on Medicare, Medicaid, and HIPAA regulations discusses the latest policies and how to incorporate the newest procedures into practice. Significant additions are made to the chapters on public policy, dementia, and oncology.
Call Number: RC953.8.O22 O246 2012
Publication Date: 2011-03-21
Occupational Therapy Toolkit by A newer edition (7th) of the Occupational Therapy Toolkit is available with 178 additional pages! The Occupational Therapy Toolkit (6th edition) is a collection of 283 full-page illustrated patient education handouts that you can copy and give to your patients. The handouts are organized by 85 treatment guides and are based on current research and best practice. This 630 page practical resource is is simply the BEST resource for every therapist working with physical disabilities and older adults.
Call Number: RM735.3 .H35 2013 North Campus
Publication Date: 2013-08-21
The Multi-Sensory Reminiscence Activity Book by With a key theme for every week of the year, this resource contains extended multi-sensory reminiscence group session plans for older adults. Written by experienced occupational therapists, it provides detailed session plans for running successful and therapeutically-valuable activities within group sessions, from remembering school days to celebrating the natural wonders of the British Isles. Each plan has been developed to be suitable for people with a variety of abilities, including for those with dementia, and help to support memory, sensory function, confidence, communication, connection, as well as overall physical and emotional wellbeing. Activities range from cognitive activities such as word games, food tasting, music and poetry to group discussions. Session plans are accompanied by downloadable colour photographs and word cards to be used as tools for discussion.
Call Number: eBook
Publication Date: 2017-11-21
Generations Gardening Together by Bring a Sensory Garden to life in a structured therapeutic horticulture program! Intergenerational gardening programs bring the generations together. This book presents a tested, hands-on, easy-to-use activity plan that benefits the development of relationships between adults over 70 and school-age children. It shows how to limit frustration for both groups, how to plan activities that are functional and non-contrived, and how to assure that the interaction between elders and children is rewarding and pleasant for both. The activities rely on inexpensive, readily available tools and resources available throughout the growing season. While other books have discussed designing a Sensory Garden for people with disabilities, Generations Gardening Together applies the Sensory Garden design to a specific population, with a focus on the human senses that are stimulated by the garden. This unique sourcebook shows you, step-by-step, how a Sensory Garden can come alive in a structured therapeutic horticulture program. Generations Gardening Together shows how to create a Sensory Garden that will stimulate young and old gardeners alike. It outlines a six-week program curriculum that has been used and developed over ten years to use gardening as a program to bring generations together. You'll learn therapeutic techniques that benefit elders by promoting self-esteem, creating feelings of pride, competence, and satisfaction--both from creating a garden and through passing on their knowledge and wisdom to the younger generation, inspiring them to use both their long-term and short-term memory skills, increasing physical stimulation, and providing the comfort of familiar plants and their aromas, which can trigger memories of people, places, and vocations. The activities in the book also benefit children through the establishment of a safe environment where people of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities can come together--an ideal social situation in which youth can seek the wisdom of elders. Children learn important lessons about accountability, nurturing, and responsibility, for working in a garden teaches youth about life, death, hope, patience, and beauty. Each activity session described in Generations Gardening Together includes the following information: title--describes the content of the program general statement of purpose--identifies the intent of the program goal(s)--outlines the expected outcome(s) of the activity program procedures--provides a detailed description of each step and the order of the program's activities evaluation--includes what and how therapeutic program goals are to be measured and recorded materials and equipment--identifies all the necessary equipment and supplies needed to facilitate the program activity This important resource shows how to provide appropriate (separate) orientation to seniors and children, what to emphasize and what to avoid in creating a program in your community, how to create garden themes that reflect the interests of the participants (ethnic foods, bird and butterfly gardens, planting to attract wildlife, etc.), how to decide what activities are appropriate for the developmental level of the participants, and much more. Generations Gardening Together is an essential resource for therapeutic recreation specialists, occupational therapists, therapeutic horticulture professionals, activity coordinators, master gardeners, and anyone working in an environment where elders and children come together.
Call Number: RC953.8.O22 L37 2006 North Campus
Publication Date: 2006
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Occupational Therapy in Action by Occupational Therapy in Action: A Library of Occupational Therapy Case Studies helps students develop the clinical reasoning skills they need to provide meaningful, client-centered interventions across the continuum of care and as an integral part of an interprofessional team. This much-needed book provides a decision-making framework, the Case Development Protocol, to help students integrate treatment concepts and apply theory and sound clinical judgement to dozens of OT cases representing clients of all ages in a range of clinical setting. Scores and qualitative information from the book's unique Clinical Skills Self-Assessment Survey helps instructors and students gauge where further training is required and provides guidance on cases from the book that will provide the maximum skill development for each student.
Call Number: RM735 .T674 2017 North Campus
Publication Date: 2017
Preparing for the Occupational Therapy Assistant National Board Exam by Each new print copy of Preparing for the Occupational Therapy Assistant National Board Exam: 45 Days and Counting includes Navigate 2 Preferred Access that unlocks a complete eBook, Study Center, Homework and Assessment Center, Navigate 2 TestPrep, and a dashboard that reports actionable data. Preparing for the Occupational Therapy Assistant Board Exam: 45 Days and Counting provides a comprehensive overview for occupational therapy assistant students preparing to take the Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant (COTA) exam. It utilizes a well-received health and wellness focus and includes tips and self-assessment forms to develop health study habits. Unlike other OTA exam review guides, Preparing for the Occupational Therapy Assistant National Board Exam: 45 Days and Counting chooses to provide a more organized, methodological approach including a detailed calendar and plan of study for the 45 days leading up to the exam. KEY FEATURES * Chapter outlines cover content found in an OTA curriculum, drawn from a lexicon taken from the Occupational Therapy Framework III (AOTA, 2014) * Chapters are divided into subjects, each addressing the three domain areas of the COTA exam * Workbook pages include specific references used in OTA curricula to enable exploration of challenging or unfamiliar content * Self-study activities with answers are provided at the end of each chapter * Journaling section includes 3-4 questions with a reflective learning approach to help students identify areas of weakness and prioritize studying * Test taking strategies, exam preparation activities, and real life advice for repeating the exam More than a study guide, this book can provide a course-ready capstone in addition to the resources and activities already incorporated into the text. Utilize this comprehensive resource in your program to help students study for the COTA exam in preparation for a high pass rate in addition to or in place of current methods. ABOUT THE EDITORS The editors of this edition have the experience and credentials needed to ensure a structured, organized, and effective approach to review a large amount of material in a reasonable amount of time Dr. Rosanne DiZazzo-Miller has been assisting students from across the country for many years on preparing for the board exam, while Dr. Fredrick Pociask has expertise in instructional design and delivery. Additionally, Dr. Tia Hughes, Guest Editor, has served as Vice-Chairperson of the Accreditation Council for Occupational Therapy Education (ACOTE ®). Furthermore, all practice question content was reviewed and edited by our Item Writing Specialist - Dr. Sara Maher - who is a well-known and respected Item-Writer in Health Science education. This ensures that students will be provided with continuous examples of questions, as they will appear on the exam. INSTRUCTOR RESOURCES * Classroom worksheets and study questions * Laboratory guides and learning activities * Slides in PowerPoint format for each chapter
Call Number: RM735.32 .P74 2018 North Campus
Publication Date: 2018