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Meaning of Everyday Occupation

ISBN-10: 1556429347

ISBN-13: 9781556429347

Edition: 2nd 2011

Authors: Betty Risteen Hasselkus

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This work describes the meaning found in the ordinary and familiar occupations that make up the routines of our everyday lives. It is about occupation as an experience rather than occupation as a task.
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Book details

List price: $66.95
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: SLACK, Incorporated
Publication date: 1/15/2011
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 216
Size: 7.25" wide x 10.25" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.804
Language: English

About the Author
Acknowledgments
Introduction
Meaning: An Essential for Life
Personal and Social Meanings
Meaning and Performance in Life
Aspects of Seeing
How Do We "Know" Meaning?
The Open Door Policy
Meaning in Everyday Occupation
Happiness Is
Occupation and Being
Occupation and Becoming
Occupation and Belonging
Space and Place: Sources of Meaning in Occupation
Space and Place in Our Lives
Health and Well-Being Within Space and Place
Space and Therapy
From Space to Place in Therapy
Placelessness
A Place to Call Home
Special Places
A Geography of Health
Culture and Occupation: The Experience of Similarity and Difference
Culture as Similarity and Difference
Cultivating the Similar in Our Lives
Cultivating Difference in Our Lives
Structuring the Similarities: Routines, Habits, and Rituals
Disability as Difference
Occupation as a Source of Well-Being and Development
The Essence of Well-Being
Occupation and Human Development
Occupation to the End
Occupation as Meaningful Connection
Relation and the Professional
Relation and Well-Being
Occupational Forms of Relation
Occupational Therapy and Connectedness
Disability and Occupation
The Faces of Disability
Occupation as Disability Experience
Disability as Occupational Experience
Being the Bridge
Occupation as a Source of Spirituality
This Thing Called Spirituality
Spiritual "Health"
Spirituality and Occupation: Compatible Partners?
Spirituality and Everyday Occupation
Spirituality and Occupational Therapy
The Space Within
Creativity in Occupation as a Source of Meaning
Creativity From Without and Within
Arising From Chaos
Creativity and Health
To the Dancing Star
Occupation Speaks: Final Thoughts
The Therapist and the Splint
Index