Karen Barney, Margaret Perkinson
Mosby; 1st edition
032306776X; 0323290833; 0323228186
9780323067768/ 9780323290838/ 9780323228183
Occupational Therapy with Aging Adults: Promoting Quality of Life through Collaborative Practice (PDF) is a brand new; complete textbook edited by OT and gerontological consultants Margaret Perkinson and Karen Frank Barney that takes a novel interdisciplinary and collaborative strategy in masking virtually every main facet of geriatric gerontological occupational remedy observe. With 30 chapters written by 70 eminent leaders in OT and gerontology; this ebook covers your entire continuum of take care of the growing older inhabitants alongside with particular issues for this quickly rising demographic. This modern textbook additionally covers topical points spanning the areas of moral approaches to therapy; pharmacological points; diet and oral well being considerations; assistive know-how helps; low imaginative and prescient interventions; and extra to make sure readers are effectively versed in each facet of this key observe space.
- UNIQUE! The chapter on oral well being explores the challenges confronted by older adults.
- Case examples assist college students study to use new info to precise affected person conditions.
- Questions on the finish of every chapter can be utilized for dialogue or different studying purposes.
- A chapter on proof-primarily based observe discusses tips on how to incorporate proof into the scientific setting.
- The chapter on ethics gives a deeper understanding of tips on how to handle difficult moral dilemmas.
- UNIQUE! Intraprofessional and interprofessional strategy to intervention emphasizes working holistically and collaboratively in serving older adults.
- UNIQUE! A chapter on the wide selection of physiological adjustments among the many growing older affected person inhabitants highlights associated occupational efficiency points.
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Table of contents
Front Matter,Copyright,Dedication,About the editors,Contributors,Foreword,Preface,AcknowledgmentsEntitled to full textSection I: Conceptual Foundations of Gerontological Occupational TherapyCHAPTER 1 – Gerontological occupational therapy: Conceptual frameworks, historical contexts, and practice principles, Pages 1-12
CHAPTER 2 – Ethical and legal aspects of occupational therapy practice with older adults, Pages 13-27
CHAPTER 3 – Looming disease burden associated with the aging process: Implications for occupational therapy, Pages 28-40
CHAPTER 4 – Theoretical models relevant to gerontological occupational therapy practice, Pages 41-51
CHAPTER 5 – Foundations of evidence-based gerontological occupational therapy practice, Pages 52-73
CHAPTER 6 – Approaches to screening and assessment in gerontological occupational therapy, Pages 74-85
CHAPTER 7 – Occupational therapy intervention process with aging adults, Pages 86-96
CHAPTER 8 – Musculoskeletal system, Pages 97-124
CHAPTER 9 – Physiological and neurological system changes with aging and related occupational therapy interventions, Pages 125-143
CHAPTER 10 – Occupational therapy interventions for older adults with low vision*, Pages 144-168
CHAPTER 11 – Nutrition, occupational performance, and the phenomenology of food in later life, Pages 169-195
CHAPTER 12 – Oral health for aging adults, Pages 196-213
CHAPTER 13 – Pharmacology, pharmacy, and the aging adult: Implications for occupational therapy, Pages 214-234
CHAPTER 14 – Cognitive executive abilities in aging and everyday life, Pages 235-244
CHAPTER 15 – Cognitive impairment, dementia, and occupational therapy interventions, Pages 245-265
CHAPTER 16 – Mental health and common psychiatric disorders associated with aging, Pages 266-288
CHAPTER 17 – Spirituality and aging, Pages 289-299
CHAPTER 18 – Successful aging, Pages 300-314
CHAPTER 19 – The physical environment and aging, Pages 315-330
CHAPTER 20 – Driving and transportation: Dementia as a model for evaluation, decision making, and planning, Pages 331-349
CHAPTER 21 – Assistive technology: Supports for aging adults, Pages 350-372
CHAPTER 22 – Families and aging: The lived experience, Pages 373-384
CHAPTER 23 – U.S. health care system overview and the occupational therapy services interface, Pages 385-397
CHAPTER 24 – The role of occupational therapy in acute and subacute care with aging adults, Pages 398-412
CHAPTER 25 – Long-term care: The role of occupational therapists in transformative practice, Pages 413-422
CHAPTER 26 – Home: An evolving context for health care, Pages 423-427
CHAPTER 27 – Intradisciplinary and interdisciplinary processes in gerontological care, Pages 428-438
CHAPTER 28 – Occupational therapists as change agents, Pages 439-454
CHAPTER 29 – Community-based models of practice to address late-life inequities: Examples from the UK, Pages 455-468
CHAPTER 30 – The future of gerontological occupational therapy, Pages 469-488
Glossary, Pages 489-495
Index, Pages 496-504