Lifestyle Performance A Model for Engaging the Power of Occupation
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Description: Lifestyle Performance presents the theoretical base, structural format and application of the Life Style Performance Model. This model of occupational therapy practice provides ways of responding to the needs of community service.
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List price: $63.95
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: SLACK, Incorporated
Publication date: 2/28/2002
Size: 6.75" wide x 9.75" long x 0.50" tall
|About the Cover|
|About the Authors|
|Overview of the Lifestyle Performance Model|
|Understanding the Lifestyle Performance Model in the Occupational Therapy Context|
|Structure of the Lifestyle Performance Model|
|The Model's Relationship to Theory|
|The Four Domains|
|The Environmental Context|
|Data Gathering: Conducting the Lifestyle Performance Interview|
|Examples of Lifestyle Performance Interviews in a Mental Health Setting|
|Data Interpretation and Outcome Indicators|
|The Model at Use in Occupational Therapy Practice|
|Providing Services for a Child and His Family: Gregory|
|Providing Services for Elders in a Community Setting: Mrs. Scotland|
|Providing Services to Link Prisoners to the Community: Ernest|
|Providing Services for the Terminally III: Mr. Pratner and Mr. Smith|
|Providing Services in Long-Term Care: Rose|
|Providing Services in the Community for Those Who Are Mentally III: Walter|
|Providing Services in a Psychiatric Partial Hospitalization Unit: Anna|
|The Model as a Tool for Institutional Planning|
|A Look to the Future|