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Overview

This groundbreaking text by two noted educators and practitioners, with contributions by specialists in their fields, presents a comprehensive, evidence-based approach to pediatric therapy. Their work reflects the focus of practice today—facilitating the participation of children and their families in everyday activities in the content of the physical and cultural environments in which they live, go to school, and play. The authors describe the occupational roles of children in an ecocultural context and examine the influence of that context on the participation of a child with physical, emotional, or cognitive limitations.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780803612280
  • Publisher: F. A. Davis Company
  • Publication date: 11/11/2011
  • Edition description: 1
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 704
  • Sales rank: 605,132
  • Product dimensions: 8.40 (w) x 10.90 (h) x 1.40 (d)

Table of Contents

  1. Childhood Occupational Roles
    1. Occupation and Participation: The Heart of Pediatric Occupational Therapy

      Kids Want to do Kid Things

      Shelly J. Lane

    2. Voices of Children

      Kids Talk About Being Kids

      Imelda Burgman

    3. Children at Play

      Can I Play, Too?

      Anita C. Bundy

    4. Early Intervention

      Getting Off to a Good Start

      Christine Doyle Morrison

    5. Preschool

      I’m Learning Now!

      Shelley Mulligan

    6. School

      Participating in More Than Just the Classroom

      Chris Chapparo & Susan Lowe

    7. Transitioning to Adulthood

      What Will I Be When I Grow Up

      Pat L. Sample, Anita C. Bundy, Shelly J. Lane, & Reinie Cordier

    8. Self-Care: A Primary Occupation

      I Can Do It Myself!

      Jayne Shepherd



  2. The Context of Pediatric Practice
    1. Building Intervention from Theory

      From LEGOs and Tinkertoys to Skyscrapers

      Jim Hinojosa & Ruth Segal

    2. Ecocultural Theory: Everyday Cultures of Children

      Living in a Lot of Different Worlds

      Gwynnyth Llewellyn

    3. Cultural Competence

      When the Rules are Different

      Maureen H. Fitzgerald

    4. Pediatric OT in the United States

      Understanding Laws, Policies and Regulations for Practice

      Patricia L. Davies

    5. Pediatric OT in Canada

      Grounding Practice in the Rights of Equality

      Patty Rigby & Shone Joos

    6. Pediatric OT in the United Kingdom

      Focusing Practice on the Health and Welfare of Children

      Dido Green & Carolyn Dunford

    7. Pediatric OT in Australia

      Recognizing Multiculturalism in Policy

      Chris Chapparo



  3. Overview of the Intervention Process
    1. Pediatric Therapy Teams

      How Many Perspectives are on the Team?

      Barbara Hanft, Jayne Shepherd, & Jo Read

    2. Services in Emerging Practice Arenas

      What’s an OT Doing Here?

      Winifred Schultz-Krohn (with contribution by Nancy Rushford & Kerry Thomas)

    3. Assessment, Measurement, and Evaluation

      Why Can’t I Do What Everyone Expects Me To Do?

      Ted Brown

    4. Setting Goals that Express the Possibilities

      If We Don’t Know Where We’re Going, How Will We Know When We Get There?

      Steve Park

    5. Direct Intervention

      What Should We Play Today?

      Zoe Mailloux & Susanne Smith Roley

    6. Indirect Intervention: Teaching Therapeutic Techniques

      The OT Doesn’t Do It All

      Stacey Szklut

    7. Consultation

      Can I Talk to You a Minute?

      Jennie Brentnall & Anita C. Bundy



  4. Pediatric Conditions and Their Impact on the Lives of Children
    1. Disorders of Eating and Feeding, and Disorders Following Prenatal Substance Exposure

      Why Won’t My Baby Eat?

      Shelly J. Lane

    2. Sensory Processing Disorders

      Feels Awful and Doesn’t Sound Very Good, Either!

      Marie E. Anzalone & Shelly J. Lane

    3. Neuromotor Disorders

      Can I Learn To Walk?

      Cheryl Missiuna, Helene Polatajko, Nancy Pollock, & Debra Cameron

    4. Autism Spectrum Disorders

      Isn’t a “Spectrum” Like a Rainbow?

      Sylvia Rodger & Jenny Ziviani

    5. Emotional and Behavioral Disorders

      Hey, Lady, Can’t You Control Your Kid?

      Anne Cronin

    6. Learning Disabilities and Intellectual Disabilities

      Why Is This So Hard For Me?

      Chris Chapparo & Shelly J Lane

    7. Visual and Auditory Disorders

      What Does Soft Look Like?

      Luisa Ferronato, Stephanie Kain, & Natalie Kaine

    8. Multitraumatic Injuries

      From Emergency to Rehabilitation

      Scott Tomchek & Leisa Aberli



  5. Putting It All Together
    1. Cases as Synthesis

      The Lessons Kids Teach OTs

      Anita C. Bundy, Stacey Szklut, & Jayne Shepherd (with contributions by Sheryl Michel)

    2. Reflections on Pediatric Practice

      Love Working with Kids!

      Anita C. Bundy




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