Restoring the role of the independent person
Occupational therapy for physical dysfunction
"The seventh edition of Occupational Therapy for Physical Dysfunction emphasizes four key themes that are essential to the best possible occupational therapy for adults with physical disabilities and to the future of the profession: Reliance on evidence/research to inform occupational therapy assessment and intervention - Occupation as the central intervention and outcome of occupational therapy services - Importance of expert activity analysis that synthesizes theoretical knowledge, clinical skills, and awareness of person and contextual factors to occupational therapy practice - Appreciation for the individuality, unique circumstances, and priorities of each patient/client These themes are evident in the book's organization, features, ancillaries, terminology, and authorship"--Provided by publisher.
James, A. B. (2014). Restoring the role of the independent person. In M. V. Radomski & C. A. Trombly Latham (Eds.), Occupational therapy for physical dysfunction (7th ed.). Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.