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"I found the definitions in the dictionary to be clearly written and easily understood. Overall the material is pertinent and concise, encompassing a wide variety of areas that occupational therapists deal with daily. I believe that this publication is a useful basic reference book for any therapist or student to own."
— Bev Franchuk, Canadian Journal of Occupational Therapy
“Quick Reference Dictionary for Occupational Therapy is certainly a helpful and valuable resource for all occupational therapy students and entry-level practitioners. Many will find it useful for the sole purpose of its comprehensive dictionary, while others will find the commonly used documents (e.g., stages, classifications, guidelines) most helpful to have on hand…This book provides a good reference for questions that arise during academics and throughout practice. This is an essential reference for all occupational therapy students.”
- Rosanne DiZazzo-Miller, DrOT, OTRL, CDP, Department of Health Sciences, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI, Activities, Adaptation, and Aging