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Frames of reference for pediatric occupational therapy / [edited by] Paula Kramer, Jim Hinojosa, Tsu-Hsin Howe.

Other author/creatorKramer, Paula, editor.
Other author/creatorHinojosa, Jim, editor.
Other author/creatorHowe, Tsu-Hsin, editor.
Format Book and Print
EditionFourth edition.
Publication Info Philadelphia : Wolters Kluwer, [2020]
Descriptionxxiv, 579 pages : colored illustrations ; 24 cm
Subject(s)
Contents Part 1: Foundations of pediatric practice. Structure of the frame of reference : moving from theory to practice -- Developmental perspective : fundamentals of developmental theory -- Domain of concern of occupational therapy : relevance to pediatric practice -- Pediatric occupational therapy's contemporary legitimate tools -- Contextual influence on pediatric practice -- Part 2: Commonly used frames of reference. Ayres Sensory Integration frame of reference -- A frame of reference for sensory processing difficulties : Sensory Therapies and Research (STAR) -- A frame of reference for neuro-developmental treatment -- A biochemical frame of reference to position children for function -- A frame of reference for visual perception -- A frame of reference for teaching-learning : the Four-Quadrant Model of Facilitated Learning (4QM) -- Frame of reference for motor skill acquisition -- Part 3: Focused frames of reference. A frame of reference for developing handwriting skills -- A frame of reference for enhancing social participation -- A strength-based frame of reference for autistic individuals -- A frame of reference for school-aged children with anxiety and depression -- Part 4: Summary. Frames of reference in the real world.
Abstract "The new edition of Kramer, Hinojosa, Howe/Frames of Reference for Pediatric Occupational Therapy will continue to provide that frame of reference blueprints for future and current Occupational Therapists who treat children. A frame of reference is an "accepted structure for organizing theoretical material and translating that into practice." The model provides a blueprint for taking the abstract concepts of OT theory (or theories) and elevating those ideas to actions that can be used in practice.This fourth edition continues to focus on the importance of occupation, and all of the frames of reference have been revised to include examples that relate to the importance of occupation and active involvement in a meaningful life. This edition includes three new frames of references, including the STAR frame of reference for working with children with sensory processing disorders, a frame of reference for working with children with anxiety and depression, and a strength-based frame of reference for working with adolescents with autism. A major thrust of this revision was the updating of material in all chapters. Content was overhauled to reflect changes in theory and practice. In addition, all frames of reference have a new section called Supporting Evidence that reflects the importance of research to practice. For this edition, we continued to use the language of the World Health Organization's International Classification of Functioning, Disability, and Health (ICF). Incorporation of ICF language broadens the appeal of the book. This language resulted in an emphasis on the importance of the child's ability to participate in meaningful activities of life (occupations)"-- Provided by publisher.
Bibliography noteIncludes bibliographical references and index.
LCCN 2018051893
ISBN9781496395061 (hardback)
ISBN1496395069

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