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Asher's Occupational Therapy Assessment Tools: An Annotated Index for Occupational Therapy

Edited by Ina Elfant Asher, MS, OTR/L
Nearly 600 instruments are reviewed in this new edition of occupational therapy's classic publication, includ­ing many developed by occupational therapists. An international team of academicians, clinicians, researchers, and advanced-degree candidates working in various prac­tice arenas collaborated on this update. The assessment profiles-which include title, authors, format, purpose, population, time required to administer, setting or position, materials or tools, brief description, interpretation, reli­ability and validity, source, additional references, cost, and sample-will be useful to clinicians and students, who must choose appropriate tools for clinical practice; to educators, who select assessment procedures for the classroom; and to researchers, who will find instruments that are designed for research purposes or will benefit from further investigation.

This edition includes a matrix of all assessments, show­ing content areas and age ranges.
Publisher:
AOTA
Date:
July 20, 2014
ISBN Number:
978-1-56900-353-4
Media:
Hard cover book
Edition:
4th Ed
Pages:
900
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$232.00
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Assessment and Treatment of Stroke - Web Link Archive

Description: Occupational therapists have identified the need for increased knowledge to improve consistency of practice in upper extremity stroke rehabilitation. A practical Toolkit was developed to assist with the clinical implementation of the upper extremity sections of the Canadian Best Practice Recommendations for Stroke Care. This Toolkit assists with clinical decision making, improves consistency of service delivery, educates clinicians in best practice and optimizes upper extremity function throughout the continuum of care. This webinar will provide an overview of the contents of the Toolkit, including practical resources, and how you can use it in your practice.

This purchase is for the January 12, 2016 Lunch & Learn webinar presentation web link archive. The archive purchase will be in the format of a web-based link that will be emailed to you separately in the following business days.

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$50.00
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$95.00
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Ayres Sensory Integration: Evidence and Systematic Guide

Description: Autism is one of the most common neurodevelopmental disorders affecting 1/66 children. Many persons with autism have difficulty processing and integrating sensory information affects functional skills including daily living skills, socialization and academic learning. Occupational therapists have expertise in enabling participation, and one approach that occupational therapists use is sensory integration. In fact, sensory integration is one of the most frequently requested interventions to address sensory issues and participation challenges by parent of children with autism. This webinar will provide an overview of the principles of sensory integration and their usefulness for children with autism, as well as demonstrate the use of Data Driven Decision Making (Schaaf, 2014) as a framework for addressing these participation challenges and systematically measuring their outcomes. Participants will be introduced to a clinical guidebook that can be utilized to implement these strategies in everyday practice. The information presented in this webinar is based on a randomized control trial of occupational therapy using sensory integration (Schaaf, et al, 2014) published in the Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders and funded by The Autism Speaks Foundation.

This purchase is for the April 28, 2015 Lunch & Learn webinar presentation web link archive. The archive purchase will be in the format of a web-based link that will be emailed to you separately in the following business days.

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$50.00
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$95.00
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Enabling Occupation/Habiliter à l’occupation

The Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists (CAOT) has a long history of working with members to generate visions and develop guidelines for the present and future practice of occupational therapy in Canada. In the 1980s the CAOT produced the first set of guidelines, focused on client-centred practice. These were followed by the 1990s guidelines which saw the evolution of client-centred practice into enabling occupation. Enabling Occupation II (2007) involved more than 60 CAOT members who defined occupational therapy theory and practice in the 21st century. Enabling Occupation II (2007) offered visual tools to capture key content in the first three Sections: - Section I: Canadian Model of Occupational Performance & Engagement (CMOP-E), - Section II: Canadian Model for Client-Centred Enablement (CMCE), - Section III; Canadian Practice Process Framework (CPPF). L’Association canadienne des ergothérapeutes (ACE) collabore depuis longtemps avec ses membres pour créer des vis
Publisher:
CAOT Publications ACE
Date:
May 01, 2013
ISBN Number:
978-1-895437-76-8
Media:
Paperback
Edition:
Second
Pages:
418
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Enabling Occupation: An Occupational Therapy Perspective

This best-selling publication is strongly consumer oriented in advocating client-centred practice with individuals/ groups/government clients. It's important for any occupational therapist who wants to keep up with the latest in theory, practice and societal trends. Revised edition. Changes included a new preface which can be purchased separately if you have the first edition.

Purchase the Enabling Occupation I & II as a bundle and save!
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$29.96
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$37.46
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L&L - 2 PART - What Every Occupational Therapist Should Know

What Every Occupational Therapist Should Know About Vision Impairment in Older Adults - TWO PART SERIES
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Presenter: Mary Warren
Description: Nearly 25% of older adults have a vision impairment that affects the ability to complete activities of daily living. Occupational therapy practitioners frequently encounter older adults with vision impairment while providing rehabilitation for another condition. This webinar will provide the generalist occupational therapist with skills needed to recognize signs of vision loss in their older clients, screen for vision impairment, provide appropriate occupation-based interventions and identify when to refer clients for specialized low vision services.

This purchase is for the May 10 & 17, 2016 Lunch & Learn webinar presentation web link archive. The archive purchase will be in the format of a web-based link that will be emailed to you separately in the following business days.

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$100.00
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$190.00
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L&L - A Survival Guide for an Occupation-Focused Therapist

A Survival Guide for an Occupation-Focused Therapist: Strategies to Strengthen Occupation in Practice
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Presenter: Amelia Di Tommaso
Description: In current occupational therapy practice the link to our core philosophy is not always explicit. It can be challenging for individual therapists to maintain an occupation-focus due to the pressures of modern health care settings. However, it is important that we reclaim our expert knowledge to advance our profession into the future.
Strategies, developed using the latest literature and anecdotal experiences, will be presented to reclaim, or maintain, the centrality of occupation in practice. Practical examples and experiences of implementation will be discussed. Also presented will be resources and networks to enable therapists to re-engage with occupation and occupation-focused practice.

This purchase is for the March 22, 2016 Lunch & Learn webinar presentation web link archive. The archive purchase will be in the format of a web-based link that will be emailed to you separately in the following business days.

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$50.00
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$95.00
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L&L - Age-friendly conference calls - Combating the impact o

Age-friendly conference calls - Combating the impact of senior isolation
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Presenters: Rachel Sokolsky
Description: Much like the goals for occupational therapy, the Seniors' Centre Without Walls program enables engagement in everyday life for isolated seniors, and can help occupational therapists find new ways of connecting patients to support programs. It is a support network that brings socialization opportunities, health/wellness information and educational seminars to those who are unable to leave home for extended periods. Through this webinar, we will take a look at the "With Walls" movement, the physical and mental health effects that isolation has on seniors, how conference calls can make a difference, and the specifics of the Ottawa program.

This purchase is for the August 23, 2016 Lunch & Learn webinar presentation web link archive. The archive purchase will be in the format of a web-based link that will be emailed to you separately in the following business days.

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$50.00
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$95.00
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L&L - Building Your Occupation-Focused Toolbox

Enhancing Occupational Therapy Practice Through Building Your Occupation-Focused Toolbox
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Presenters: Gail Fisher and Su Ren Wong
Description: Occupational therapists are often challenged to provide occupation-focused and client-centred care.This webinar will provide a brief overview and comparison of three commonly used occupation-focused models: the Canadian Model of Occupational Performance and Engagement, Person-Environment-Occupation-Performance Model and the Model of Human Occupation. Applying these models in practice using a case example will be facilitated and current resources linked to each model will be described. Incorporating these models into clinical practice will be discussed through illustrating how they can be integrated with commonly used frames of reference to provide a foundation for occupation-focused practice.

This purchase is for the August 16, 2016 Lunch & Learn webinar presentation web link archive. The archive purchase will be in the format of a web-based link that will be emailed to you separately in the following business days.

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$50.00
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$95.00
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L&L - Evidence-Based Financial Management Skills Assessment

Evidence-Based Financial Management Skills Assessment for Adults with Acquired Cognitive Impairments
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Presenter: Lisa Engel
Description: Financial management skills and judgments are needed everyday and tied to every area of adult life. It is a vital skill area, and is often limited in people with acquired cognitive impairments. Financial management errors can have calamitous economic consequences, but unduly removing a person's financial management independence may also result in negative repercussions related to the person's autonomy and occupational participation. Occupational Therapists assess the financial management skills of people with cognitive impairments, but often find this challenging. This webinar will provide information regarding the evidence-based assessment of financial management skills based on systematic reviews of the literature and the presenter's current research.

This purchase is for the June 28, 2016 Lunch & Learn webinar presentation web link archive. The archive purchase will be in the format of a web-based link that will be emailed to you separately in the following business days.

Member Price/prix de membre:
$50.00
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$95.00
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