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Occupational Adaptation in Practice : Concepts and Cases :  Concepts and Cases - Janette Schkade

Occupational Adaptation in Practice : Concepts and Cases

Concepts and Cases

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Published: 15th October 2001
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"Occupational Adaptation in Practice: Concepts and Cases is a user-friendly text that clearly describes the theory of occupational adaptation. This new text describes one approach to occupation-based, client-centered practice. The purpose of this guide is to make occupational adaptation easily understood and applied. This exceptional guide leads the reader through the flow and understanding of this theory. Practical examples help demonstrate how theory can be implemented in practice. It breaks the components of the theory into smaller, more manageable units. Included in the text are cases in which practitioners have used occupational adaptation in various practice settings.

"A useful guide to understanding occupational adaptation and how it can be applied in practice." -- Charles Christiansen, EdD., OTR, OT(C), FAOTA, "Dean and George T. Bryan Distinguished Professor The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston School of Allied Health Sciences, Galveston, Texas"

Dedicationp. v
About the Authorsp. ix
Prefacep. xi
Before You Beginp. xv
What is Occupational Adaptation?p. 1
Concept: overview of occupational adaptation theory
Case: Jillp. 3
How Do the Person and Environment Relate?p. 13
Concepts: desire for mastery, demand for mastery, and press for mastery
Case: The Afghan Makerp. 17
Try it Onp. 19
How Do Occupational Role Expectations Fit in?p. 21
Concepts: occupational challenge, internal and external expectations, person and occupational environment
Case: The Water Skierp. 27
Try it Onp. 28
How Does the Person Begin to Produce the Response?p. 31
Concept: the adaptive response generation subprocess (adaptive response mechanism)
Case: The Preacherp. 38
Case: The Researcherp. 40
Case: The Chess Playerp. 43
Try it Onp. 47
What's the Plan to Carry Out the Response?p. 51
Concept: the adaptive response generation subprocess (adaptation gestalt)
Case: The Husband Caregiverp. 54
Try it Onp. 57
What's Right or Wrong With This Picture?p. 61
Concept: the adaptive response evaluation subprocess (relative mastery)
Case: The Floristp. 64
Try it Onp. 66
How Has the Person Changed or Adapted?p. 69
Concept: the adaptive response integration subprocess
Case: The Elder Homemakerp. 72
Try it Onp. 74
How Does the Environment Respond?p. 77
Concepts: assessment by the occupational environment and incorporation by the occupational environment
Try it Onp. 82
What Does the Therapist Do?p. 85
Case: The Pianistp. 88
Case: The Woodworkerp. 90
How Do You Describe Occupational Adaptation to Others?p. 93
Indexp. 101
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ISBN: 9781556425530
ISBN-10: 1556425538
Audience: Professional
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 112
Published: 2001
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 22.23 x 15.24  x 1.27
Weight (kg): 0.2