OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY MODELS FOR INTERVENTION WITH CHILDREN AND FAMILIES

Author: Sandra Dunbar, DPA, OTR/L
Affiliation: Nova Southeastern University; Fort Lauderdale, FL
Publisher: Slack Incorporated
Publication Date: 2007
ISBN 10: 1556427638
ISBN 13: 9781556427633
Edition: 1st

Description:

Occupational Therapy Models for Intervention with Children and Families explores recent theoretical models that enable occupational therapists to practice and interact with families in a more holistic and occupation-centered manner. This comprehensive and dynamic text offers the latest information on viewing the broader contexts of environment and family in order to meet diverse occupational needs in a range of settings.

Table of Contents

Front Matter

  • ABOUT
  • DEDICATION
  • Acknowledgments
  • About the Author
  • Contributing Authors
  • Foreword
  • Introduction

THEORY, FRAME OF REFERENCE, AND MODEL: A DIFFERENTIATION FOR PRACTICE CONSIDERATIONS

  • Theory
  • Frame of Reference
  • Models
  • Consideration of Models for Intervention with Children and Families
  • References

SENSORY INTEGRATION AND NEURODEVELOPMENTAL TREATMENT AS FRAMES OF REFERENCE IN THE CONTEXT OF OCCUPATIONAL SCIENCE

  • Introduction
  • Defining and Comparing Concepts
  • Occupational Science
  • An Occupational Science Conceptual Map
  • Practice Utilizing Occupational Science Research, Models of Practice, and Frames of Reference for Intervention
  • Lifestyle Redesign
  • Conclusion
  • Case Study #1: Sebastian
  • Case Study #2: Marcelo
  • References

PERSON-ENVIRONMENT-OCCUPATION MODEL

  • SECTION I Overview of the Person-Environment-Occupation Model
  • Overview of the Person-Environment-Occupation Model
  • Using the Person-Environment-Occupation Model in Pediatric Occupational Therapy Practice
  • SECTION II Application of the Person-Environment-Occupation Model
  • Case Study: Application of the Person-Environment-Occupation Model
  • Application of Person-Environment-Occupation Model to Developing and Implementing Interventions Within Organizations and Communities
  • Person-Environment-Occupation Model and Frames of Reference
  • References

APPLICATION OF THE MODEL OF HUMAN OCCUPATION TO CHILDREN AND FAMILY INTERVENTIONS

  • SECTION I Introduction
  • Basic Concepts of the Model of Human Occupation
  • Case Study #1: Volition
  • Case Study #2: Habituation
  • Case Study #3: Environment
  • SECTION II Dimensions of Doing
  • Case Study #4: Dimensions of Doing
  • SECTION III Demonstrating Occupational Adaptation
  • Case Study #5: Occupational Adaptation in MOHO
  • SECTION IV Clinical Reasoning Using the Model of Human Occupation
  • SECTION V Technology for Practice (Assessments, Protocols, and Resources)
  • Case Study #6: Using MOHO-Based Assessments
  • SECTION VI Model of Human Occupation in the Literature
  • Case Study #7: MOHO Programs
  • Conclusion
  • References

THE OCCUPATIONAL ADAPTATION MODEL: APPLICATION TO CHILD AND FAMILY INTERVENTIONS

  • SECTION I Introduction
  • Occupation and Adaptation Defined
  • Basics of the Model
  • Expanding Upon Concepts
  • Process of Adaptation
  • The Adaptation Gestalt
  • Adaptive Response Evaluation Subprocess
  • Adaptive Response Integration Subprocess
  • Evaluation of the Occupational Environment
  • Incorporation Into Occupational Environment
  • Summary of Occupational Adaptation as a Model
  • The Occupational Therapist’s Role
  • SECTION II Assessment
  • Case Study #1: The Story of Jack and Kim
  • Case Study #2: The Story of Maria, Nita, and Alex
  • Acknowledgments
  • References

ECOLOGY OF HUMAN PERFORMANCE MODEL

  • SECTION I Overview of the Model
  • Basic Assumptions of the Ecology of Human Performance Model
  • Using the Ecology of Human Performance Model in Practice
  • Case Studies Illustrating the Application of the Ecology of Human Performance Model in Pediatric Practice
  • Case Study #1: Peter
  • Case Study #2: Veronica
  • Case Study #3: Charles
  • Summary
  • References

USING OCCUPATION BY DESIGN TO SYNTHESIZE ACROSS MULTIPLE MODELS FOR SERVICES TO CHILDREN AND FAMILIES

  • Synthesizing Across Multiple Models for Family-Centered Occupational Therapy
  • Viewing Different Approaches Through Occupation by Design
  • An Integrative Overview Across Approaches
  • Case Study: Janie
  • Recommendations for Future Practice and Research
  • References