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4 MONTH RENTAL- Enabling Occupation: An OT Perspective

Please allow 1-2 business days for your e-book license to arrive by e-mail

Currently not available on MAC computers.

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.

This rental expires four months after opening it.

NO RETURNS on eBooks or forms once the license has been downloaded

When placing an order for this item, please ensure to use the e-mail address that you wish this eBook to be emailed to. When you download the license, emailed to you by Lock Lizard, it MUST be on the computer you plan on accessing the eBook or forms. The license can only be downloaded on one device- either a computer, tablet or iPad.

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$14.98
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Best Practice Chronic Pain Management and Assessment

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Description: Best Practice Chronic Pain Management and Assessment for Occupational Therapists
Dartmouth, Nova Scotia - April 28 & 29, 2017 8:00a.m. to 4:00p.m. (Atlantic Time)
This two-day interactive workshop will demonstrate how to teach pain neuroscience to clients and use this education to frame treatment direction. Three dynamic instructors who have developed custom pain programs will highlight the unique role of occupational therapy in pain rehabilitation utilizing the Canadian Model of Occupational Performance and Engagement (CMOP-E; Polatajko, Townsend, & Craik, 2007). The format includes workbook and small group activities. Participants will receive a certificate of attendance electronically following the workshop
Presented by Clare Lakes, Susan Schellinck and Linda Cundiff

Start Date:
Friday, April 28, 2017
End Date:
Saturday, April 29, 2017
Time:
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time
Address:
Halifax, NS
Member Price/prix de membre
$475.00
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Caseload Management Planning Tool

The Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists (CAOT), the Canadian Physiotherapy Association (CPA) and the Canadian Association of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists (CASLPA) partnered to develop the Interprofessional Caseload Management Tool project, funded by Health Canada. The CMPT is an innovative approach to caseload/workload management that can be applied to both individual provider and service perspectives. This evidence-informed approach matches the therapist's available time for care with the complexity and intensity of clients' treatment to forecast a model for effective and manageable workloads. The CMPT offers administrators and clinicians an opportunity to compile aggregate standardized data on service delivery. This data will provide useful information to support development of caseload guidelines for specific client groups and contribute to high quality, effective and sustainable health care for the all Canadians..

This tool is free to CAOT members. Click 'More info' below to access the page with the member link.
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$75.00
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Compassion Fatigue, Burnout and Resilience in Occupational T

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Description: Tuesday, April 25, 2017 (12:00pm - 1:00 pm ET)
Compassion fatigue, burnout and resilience in occupational therapy: Managing professional self-care
Presenter: Donna Costa

The occupational therapy profession is full of rewards, but it is not without stress. As occupational therapists, we want to help our clients live life to the fullest, but this means that we need to have a plan for professional self-care to have energy left for our personal lives (Costa, 2005). This webinar will explore compassion fatigue and burnout: the differences, the signs and how they develop. The essential components of a plan for professional self-care will be outlined a to help occupational therapists improve resilience. Participants will have the opportunity to self-assess their level of professional quality of life.

Date:
Tuesday, April 25, 2017
Member Price/prix de membre
$50.00 - $250.00
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Enabling Occupation Through Client Goal Ownership

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Description: Tuesday, March 14, 2017 (12:00pm - 1:00 pm ET)
Enabling Occupation through Client Goal Ownership
Presenters: Laura VanPuymbrouck

The rehabilitation literature describes disconnects between what therapists claim to be client-centred therapy and client perceptions. Goal ownership is a simple process that can be incorporated into many clients' therapeutic experience that provides for a more collaborative and client-centred approach to therapy by including clients in establishing and routinely revisiting client-owned goals. Using this approach was found to improve development of client autonomy, self-efficacy and self-management - each critical to enabling participation in client-identified occupations. This webinar will provide case studies examples and an outline of easy to follow methods for implementing this approach across clinical practice areas.

Date:
Tuesday, March 14, 2017
Member Price/prix de membre
$50.00 - $250.00
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Enabling Occupation: A Learner-Centred Workbook

This valuable companion to Enabling occupation: An occupational therapy perspective can help you to incorporate this new book into your everyday practice. Use the workbook as a self-study, in groups with other occupational therapists or with clients.
Publisher:
CAOT Publications ACE
Date:
May 01, 1998
ISBN Number:
1-895437-27-X
Media:
Workbook
Edition:
First
Pages:
44
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$9.99
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$12.48
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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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Enabling Occupation: An OT Perspective EBOOK

Please allow 1-2 business days for your e-book license to arrive by e-mail

Currently not available on MAC computers.

This best-selling eBook 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.

NO RETURNS on eBooks or forms once the license has been downloaded

When placing an order for this item, please ensure to use the e-mail address that you wish this eBook to be emailed to. When you download the license, emailed to you by Lock Lizard, it MUST be on the computer you plan on accessing the eBook or forms. The license can only be downloaded on one device- either a computer or iPad.
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$22.47
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$28.10
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Évaluation des capacités d’ingestion McGill

Enfin! Une ressource complète pour les ergothérapeutes travaillant auprès de clients ayant des troubles de l'alimentation et de déglutition! L'Évaluation des Capacités d'Ingestion McGill (MISA) est un instrument d'évaluation centré sur la capacité d'un client d'ingérer des aliments et des liquides de diverses consistances de manière autonome et en toute sécurité. Le MISA se révèle digne d'un grand intérêt pour les ergothérapeutes, en raison de l'accent qu'il met sur l'évaluation fonctionnelle plutôt que sur l'évaluation physiologique. Le MISA a pour but de fournir au thérapeute de l'information sur le fonctionnement quotidien d'une personne ainsi que de quantifier la fiabilité et la validité des capacités d'ingestion d'une personne. Cette évaluation orientera le thérapeute vers les aspects susceptibles de faire l'objet d'une réadaptation, selon une approche par objectifs, centrée sur le client. Ce manuel contient de l'information pertinente sur la conception du MISA, sur les tests psychométriques ainsi que sur les directives à suivre pour la cotation et l'utilisation de l'instrument. Des symboles pratiques sont utilises tout au long du manuel afin de guider l'utilisateur à travers le manuel et le formulaire d'évaluation.
Publisher:
CAOT
Date:
May 06, 2006
ISBN Number:
1-895437-74-1
Media:
Sriral lié et 20 formulaires
Edition:
Première
Pages:
42
Member Price/prix de membre:
$60.72
Price/prix:
$72.87
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Impact of Vision Loss on Development and Learning in Youth

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Description: Tuesday, June 6, 2017 (12:00pm - 1:00 pm ET)
The Impact of Vision Loss on Development and Learning in Young Children
Presenter: Yu-Pin Hsu

The development of visual functional is very important milestone for infants and children. Vision impairment has a profound impact on a child's development in their occupational performance, including fine motor and gross motor activities. Occupational therapists play a critical role to provide therapeutic services to their young clients with vision loss. In this webinar, we will discuss how visual development and occupational performance can be affected by vision impairment. Basic strategies for occupational therapy interventions with children with functional vision problems will also be reviewed.

Date:
Tuesday, June 06, 2017
Member Price/prix de membre
$50.00 - $250.00
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