The Roles of Occupational Therapists in Continuity of Care

The Roles of Occupational Therapists in Continuity of Care

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This authoritative book explores specific strategies that OTs use to facilitate the successful transfer of their patients to home and community.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 174 pages
  • 152.4 x 205.7 x 15.2mm | 226.8g
  • Routledge Member of the Taylor and Francis Group
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • 0866563938
  • 9780866563932

Table of contents

Contents From Another Perspective: An Overview of the Issue

After Treatment What? New Roles for Occupational Therapists in the Community
Are You Ready? Discharge Planning and Occupational Therapy in an Acute Psychiatric Setting
The Home Visit: A Step From Hospital to Home
Home Care Occupational Therapy: A Vital Link to Independence
Family Stroke Education: Increasing Patient and Family Involvement in Rehabilitation
Occupational Therapy Care of Rheumatic Disease Patients: A Follow-Up
The Effects of Program Termination on Community Participation by Developmentally Disabled Adults: A Follow-Up Study
Options for Placement: A New Resource for Finding Long-Term Care
Independent Living Programs: Bridges From Hospital to Community
Work Related Programs in Occupational Therapy: A Renaissance
Industry and Injuries: Arena for Occupational Therapists
Community: The Un-Tapped Resource in Occupational Therapy Program Development and Maintenance
Practice Watch: Things to Think About: Competitive Sports for the Disabled Athlete: A Challenge to Excellence
Something New and Useful . . . The Sit-Straight Cushion: Innovation in Geriatric Seating
Reference Notes Included
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