Handbook of Occupational Therapy for Adults with Physical Disabilities by William Sit - PDF and EPUB eBook

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Details of Handbook of Occupational Therapy for Adults with Physical Disabilities

Exact title of the book
Handbook of Occupational Therapy for Adults with Physical Disabilities
Book author
William Sit
Book edition
Spiral-bound
Number of pages
350 pages
File size (in PDF)
1400 kB
Handbook of Occupational Therapy for Adults with Physical Disabilities

Some brief overview of book

Handbook of Occupational Therapy for Adults With Physical Disabilities by Drs. William Sit and Marsha Neville provides quick and essential information for occupational therapists that are new to the adult practice setting. This handbook is primarily organized by body system into six sections: Occupational performance as a whole Central nervous system Peripheral nervous system, cranial nerves, and sensory system Musculoskeletal system Cardiovascular, lymphatic, respiratory, and integumentary systems Endocrine, digestive, urinary, and reproductive system At the beginning of each section, you will find a case study based on clinical experience that embodies the chapter subject.

Within each section information is broken down into important aspects of the evaluation process, and then followed by the implications of each system on occupational therapy intervention. Handbook of Occupational Therapy for Adults With Physical Disabilities also includes a summary chart where readers can quickly and easily find the purpose, context, form, cost, and contact information for each assessment. Handbook of Occupational Therapy for Adults With Physical Disabilities is ideal for occupational therapy students, recent graduates, and practitioners who are newly entering an adult physical disability practice setting.