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  • Cover image
  • Title page
  • Table of Contents
  • Copyright
  • Dedication
  • Contributors
  • Reviewers
  • Preface
  • Acknowledgments
  • section 1. Foundational Knowledge for Occupational Therapy for Children and Youth
    • 1. The Occupational Therapy Process in Pediatrics: Overview of Essential Concepts
      • Introduction to Pediatric Occupational Therapy
      • The Process of Occupational Therapy
      • Pediatric Practice: Similarities and Differences to Adult Practice
    • Chapter 2. Using Occupational Therapy Models and Frames of Reference With Children and Youth
      • Introduction
      • Theory
      • Therapeutic Reasoning: Models and Frames of Reference
      • Occupational Therapy Models of Practice
      • Frames of Reference Used in Pediatric Occupational Therapy
      • Combining Frames of Reference
    • 3. Working With Families
      • The Purpose and Power of Families
      • Family Resources and Diversity
      • Dynamic Family Systems and Occupations in Context
      • Family Subsystems
      • Family Life Cycle
      • Supporting Participation in Family Life
      • Families and The Interprofessional Team
      • Communication Strategies
      • Home Programs: Blending Therapy into Routines
      • Summary
    • 4. Occupational Therapy View of Child Development
      • Human Development Through an Occupational Science Lens
      • Occupational Development Versus Skill Acquisition
      • Neurophysiological Development
      • Neurophysiological Growth and Occupational Development
      • Understanding Development Through Occupational Science Theories
    • 5. The Intentional Relationship: Working With Children and Families
      • Introduction: Working with Families
      • Therapeutic Use of Self
      • The Intentional Relationship Model
      • Understanding Child and Family Interpersonal Characteristics
      • Inevitable Interpersonal Events
  • section 2. Occupational Therapy Assessment and Evaluation Methods and Process
    • 6. Observational Assessment and Activity Analysis
      • Activity Observation and Analysis
    • 7. Use of Standardized Tests in Pediatric Practice
      • Purposes of Standardized Tests
      • Becoming A Competent Test User
      • Types of Standardized Tests and Measures
      • Characteristics and Testing Mechanics
      • Scoring Methods
      • Ethical Consideration in Testing
      • Advantages and Disadvantages of Standarized Testing
    • 8. Evaluation, Interpretation, and Goal Writing
      • What is evaluation?
      • Areas of Evaluation
      • Purpose of Evaluation
      • Top-Down Evaluation
      • Capturing The Parent’s and Child’s Perspective
      • Evaluation Process
      • Interpretation
      • Goal Writing
    • 9. Documenting Outcomes
      • Introduction to Outcomes and Data Collection
      • Data Collection to Determine Efficacy of Services
  • section 3. Assessment and Treatment of Occupations
    • 10. Assessment and Treatment of Feeding, Eating, and Swallowing
      • Feeding, Eating and Swallowing: Overview
      • Feeding Disorders: Incidence and Influences
      • Specialized Knowledge Required for Feeding and Swallowing Evaluation
      • Comprehensive Evaluation of the Development of Feeding and Swallowing
      • General Intervention Considerations
      • Case Application: Occupational Therapy Intervention Considerations
    • Chapter 11. Assessment and Treatment of Play
      • Introduction
      • Defining Play
      • Theories of Play
      • Occupational Therapy’s Early Contributions to Play Literature
      • Impact of Play Deprivation
      • Leisure
      • Play and Leisure Assessment in Occupational Therapy
      • Play Goals
      • Play in Occupational Therapy Intervention
    • 12. Assessment and Treatment of Activities of Daily Living, Sleep, Rest, and Sexuality
      • Importance of Deveoping Adl Occupations
      • Factors Affecting Performance
      • Evaluation of Activities of Daily Living
      • Intervention Strategies and Approaches
      • Specific Intervention Techniques for Selected Adl Tasks
      • Sleep and Rest
      • Education About Sleep and Rest
      • Summary
    • Chapter 13. Assessment and Treatment of Instrumental Activities of Daily Living and Leisure
      • Defining Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADL)
      • IADL Performance in Relationship to Participation
      • How Children Learn to Perform and Participate in Iadls
      • IADLs and Environment
      • Self-Determination and IADLs
      • Person, Environment, and Occupation Factors That Influence IADLs
      • Evaluation Approaches to Target IADLs
      • Intervention Approaches to Target IADLs
    • 14. Assessment and Intervention of Social Participation and Social Skills
      • Overview of Social Participation
      • Environmental Influences on Social Participation
      • Outcomes of Successful Social Participation
      • Theoretical Basis of Social Skill Challenges
      • Goals for Social Participation and Social Skills
      • Influence of Common Mental Health Conditions on Social Participation
    • 15. Assessment and Treatment of Educational Performance
      • Education as an Occupation
      • Roles of the Student
      • The Occupational Therapy Evaluation Process in Schools
      • Interventions
      • Focused Areas of Intervention for Educational Performance
  • section 4. Occupational Therapy Approaches
    • 16. Application of Motor Control and Motor Learning
      • Introduction
      • Motor Control and Motor Learning: Definitions
      • Overview of Guiding Theories
      • Principles of Motor Control
      • The Process of Motor Learning
      • Application of Motor Control/Learning Theory in Occupational Therapy Practice
    • 17. Cognitive Interventions
      • Theoretical Foundations of Cognitive Approaches
      • Cognitive Strategies
      • Rationale for Using Cognitive Approaches
      • Cognitive Interventions
      • Cognitive Orientation to Daily Occupational Performance (CO-OP)
      • Evidence for Using Cognitive Approaches
    • 18. Mobility
      • Mobility for Occupational Performance
      • Occupational Therapy Theory, Frame of Reference, and Models of Practice
      • Mobility is Complex and More Than a Physical Skill
      • Mobility Evaluation
      • Seating and Mobility Intervention
    • 19. Assistive Technology
      • Introduction to Assistive Technology
      • Influencing Children’s Growth and Development with Assistive Technology
      • The Reasoning Process for AT
      • The AT Evaluation
      • Occupational Therapy Intervention and AT
      • Important Uses for AT
      • Specific Types of AT
      • Changing The Landscape in Education: Planning for Every Student in The Twenty-First Century
      • Technology Discontinuance or Abandonment
    • 20. Sensory Integration
      • Introduction to Sensory Integration
      • When Problems in Sensory Integration Occur
      • Sensory Integration and Impact on Participation
      • Assessment of Sensory Integrative Functions
      • Interventions for Children with Sensory Integrative Problems
    • 21. Behavioral Approaches
      • Introduction
      • Understanding Behavior
      • Interventions Based on Behavior Theory
  • section 5. Pediatric Occupational Therapy Services
    • 22. Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
      • The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit in Broad Context
      • Occupational Roles of Infants and Caregivers in the NICU Setting
      • The Evolving NICU Care Environment
      • The NICU Patient
      • Foundations of Developmental Family-Integrative Care in the NICU
      • Neuroprotectoin of the Developing Brain and the NICU Caregiving Environment
      • Evaluation of the Infant
      • Specific Therapeutic Interventions in the NICU
      • Partnering With Families in the NICU
      • Reflective Practice
    • 23. Early Intervention Services
      • Definition and Purpose of Early Intervention Programs
      • Best Practices in Early Intervention
      • Occupational Therapy Early Intervention Practices
    • 24. School-Based Occupational Therapy
      • Federal Legislation and State-Led Initiatives Influencing School-Based Practice
      • Occupational Therapy Services for Children and Youth in Schools
      • Occupational Therapy Services
      • School Mental Health: Emerging Roles for Occupational Therapy
    • 25. Transition Services
      • Making the Transition to Young Adulthood
      • Additional Laws, Policies, and Trends Influencing Transition services
      • Seamless Transition: the Alignment of Outcomes
      • Evidence-Based Practices in Transition Services
    • 26. Hospital and Pediatric Rehabilitation Services
      • Characteristics of Children’s Hospitals
      • Occupational Therapy Services for Children and Youth Within a Hospital
      • Acute Care Units
      • Rehabiltation Services
      • Outpatient Services
    • 27. Pediatric Hand Therapy
      • Assessment
      • Intervention Principles and Strategies
      • Interventions for Specific Conditions
  • section 6. Occupational Therapy for Specific Conditions
    • 28. Mental Health Conditions
      • Introduction to Childhood Mental HealtH Disorders
      • Mental Health Conditions of Children and Adolescents
      • Occupational Performance in Children with Mental Health Conditions
      • Caregiver Strain and Parent/Family Supports
      • Occupational Therapy Evaluation: Process
      • Strengths-Bases Occupational Therapy Intervention to Address Mental Health
      • Strength-Based Occupational Therapy Intervention to Address Mental Health
    • 29. Neuromotor Conditions: Cerebral Palsy
      • Introduction
      • Evaluation Process and Methods
      • Medical-Based Interventions
      • Occupation-Focused Intervention for Children with Cerebral Palsy
    • 30. Autism Spectrum Disorder
      • Introduction to Autism Spectrum Disorder
      • Occupational Performance in Autism Specturm Disorder
      • Autism Spectrum Disorder: Impact on the Family
      • The Role of Occupational Therapy in Autism Spectrum Disorder
    • 31. Trauma-Induced Conditions
      • Introduction
      • Spinal Cord Injury
      • Traumatic Brain Injury
      • Burn Injury
      • Therapeutic Relationships
      • Posttrauma Occupational Therapy Assessment and Interventions
      • Interprofessional Team Collaboration
      • Posttrauma Continuum of Care
    • 32. Vision Impairment
      • The Importance of Understanding Vision for Pediatric Occupational Therapists
      • Models of Vision
      • Prevalence of Vision Problems in Children
      • Vision Screening for Occupational Therapists
      • Intervention
      • Vision Therapy Procedures
  • Appendix A
  • Index


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