Occupational Therapy Consultation: Theory, Principles and Practice / Edition 1

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This book is organized to provide a comprehensive overview of consultation, including a historical perspective and basic theoretical concepts. Examples of occupational therapy consultation, found in Part II, follow a format that allows the reader to compare and contrast consultation practice settings.

This book contains black-and-white illustrations.

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Reviewer: Anita Nelson Niehues, MS, OTR/L(Univ of Illinois at Chicago Coll of Associated Health Professions)
Description: This textbook provides a comprehensive understanding of the theory, process, and implementation of effective consultation in a variety of traditional and nontraditional settings that use occupational therapy services.
Purpose: The purpose is to provide a comprehensive textbook from which to develop a practice that is appropriate and current with trends in the health care system. It is a practical and timely guide; occupational therapy continues to expand and diversify to meet health care needs more effectively, both in the U.S. and abroad.
Audience: The book is written for faculty, students, and practitioners and addresses theoretical principles and practical applications of consultation across a variety of practice settings. Authors and contributors meaningfully weave together specific case examples representing diverse client populations with the benefits of a consultative approach to service delivery.
Features: Information can be accessed easily from the table of contents, the index, and the appendixes. The appendixes provide particularly useful resources, including lists of organizations that might help plan and establish a consultation practice or serve as contacts for client populations, samples of contracts for services, codes of ethics for both occupational therapists and private practitioners, and lists of additional readings. Chapters are illustrated clearly and meaningfully with line drawings representing data; the illustrations enhance the concepts presented. Visually, the book appears clean, concise, and authoritative.
Assessment: This is an excellent, comprehensive textbook providing theoretical and practical perspectives on current occupational therapy consultation practices and the potential future within the changing marketplace of health care systems. It will be useful to faculty, students, and practitioners as they implement new and more effective means to provide health care through the use of occupational therapy consultation. I recommend this book to individuals, organizations, and universities as a resource to enhance unde rstanding and application of occupational therapy consultation.
Anita Nelson Niehues
This textbook provides a comprehensive understanding of the theory, process, and implementation of effective consultation in a variety of traditional and nontraditional settings that use occupational therapy services. The purpose is to provide a comprehensive textbook from which to develop a practice that is appropriate and current with trends in the health care system. It is a practical and timely guide; occupational therapy continues to expand and diversify to meet health care needs more effectively, both in the U.S. and abroad. The book is written for faculty, students, and practitioners and addresses theoretical principles and practical applications of consultation across a variety of practice settings. Authors and contributors meaningfully weave together specific case examples representing diverse client populations with the benefits of a consultative approach to service delivery. Information can be accessed easily from the table of contents, the index, and the appendixes. The appendixes provide particularly useful resources, including lists of organizations that might help plan and establish a consultation practice or serve as contacts for client populations, samples of contracts for services, codes of ethics for both occupational therapists and private practitioners, and lists of additional readings. Chapters are illustrated clearly and meaningfully with line drawings representing data; the illustrations enhance the concepts presented. Visually, the book appears clean, concise, and authoritative. This is an excellent, comprehensive textbook providing theoretical and practical perspectives on current occupational therapy consultation practices and the potential future within thechanging marketplace of health care systems. It will be useful to faculty, students, and practitioners as they implement new and more effective means to provide health care through the use of occupational therapy consultation. I recommend this book to individuals, organizations, and universities as a resource to enhance unde rstanding and application of occupational therapy consultation.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780801662041
  • Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
  • Publication date: 1/28/1992
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 809
  • Product dimensions: 7.50 (w) x 10.70 (h) x 1.80 (d)

Table of Contents

Foreword
Preface
Pt. I Theory and Principles of Consultation 1
Ch. 1 The History of Professional Consultation: An Overview 3
Ch. 2 Theoretical Concepts of Consultation 15
Ch. 3 Related Theories: Challenges of the 1990s 55
Ch. 4 Approaches to Consultation 86
Ch. 5 Preparation for Consultation 118
Ch. 6 The Process of Consultation 135
Ch. 7 Occupational Therapy Consultation Practice: An Overview 167
Pt. II Models of Occupational Therapy Consultation Practice 189
Ch. 8 The Occupational Therapist as a State Education Agency Consultant 195
Ch. 9 Occupational Therapy Collaborative Consultation in Schools 210
Ch. 10 Program Development Consultation for the Classroom 237
Ch. 11 Transition Program Planning in the Public Education System 244
Ch. 12 Activities Consultation in Long-Term Care Settings 254
Ch. 13 A Systems Consultation Approach in Long-Term Care 263
Ch. 14 Mental Health Consultation in a Long-Term Care Facility 275
Ch. 15 Quality Assurance Consultation in a Developmental Center 282
Ch. 16 Consultative Models in Geriatric Psychiatry 293
Ch. 17 Hospital-Based Consultation 311
Ch. 18 Occupational Therapy Consultation for Individuals with Acquired Brain Injury 324
Ch. 19 Occupational Therapy Consultation in Health Care Consortiums: Systems/Program Consultation 338
Ch. 20 Program Consultation for Children and Adolescents 356
Ch. 21 Occupational Therapy Consultation in Community Mental Health Programs 364
Ch. 22 Consultancy Issues Concerning Accessibility 385
Ch. 23 A Systems Approach to Community Health Promotion Consultation: The Occupational Therapist as a Change Agent 395
Ch. 24 Occupational Therapy Consultation in Developmental Disabilities 408
Ch. 25 Adult Day-Care Consultation in a Rural Community 419
Ch. 26 Occupational Therapy Consultation in Business and Industry 434
Ch. 27 Industrial Consultation as an Internal Consultant 445
Ch. 28 Health Education Consultation in the Workplace 461
Ch. 29 Faculty Program Consultation Abroad 480
Ch. 30 Roles for the Occupational Therapy Consultant in Higher Education 496
Ch. 31 Occupational Therapy Consultation for Adult Rehabilitation Program Standards and Regulations 504
Ch. 32 A Model of Medical Review Consultation: Insurance Criteria 519
Ch. 33 Interagency Regulatory Consultation for Children and Youth 533
Ch. 34 Program Consultation to Agencies in Developing Countries 548
Ch. 35 Technology Consultation: The Leading Edge 560
Ch. 36 Environmental Control Unit Consultation 575
Ch. 37 Technology Adoption: Linking Through Communication 581
Pt. III The Potential for Occupational Therapy Consultation 591
Ch. 38 Legal Issues in Occupational Therapy Consultation 594
Ch. 39 Ethical Considerations for the Consultant 622
Ch. 40 Developing a Consultation Practice 634
Ch. 41 Marketing: A Continuous Process 650
Ch. 42 Toward a Theoretical Model of Occupational Therapy Consultation 676
Ch. 43 Summary 714
App.: A. Glossary 722
App.: B. Consultation Resources 732
App.: C. Codes of Ethics 744
App.: D. Contracts, Proposals 750
Future Directions: Vital Connections 777
Author Index 784
Subject Index 791
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