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Lela A Llorens; American Occupational Therapy Association.
|Notes:||"Published under the auspices of the American Occupational Therapy Association."|
|Description:||xi, 130 pages 23 cm|
|Contents:||Llorens, L.A. Introduction.--West, W.L. The occupational therapist's changing responsibility to the community. Professional responsibility in times of change. The growing importance of prevention.--Wiemer, R.B. Some concepts of prevention as an aspect of community health.--Finn, G.L. The occupational therapist in prevention programs.--West, W.L. The principles and process of consultation.--Leopold, R.L. Consultant and consultee: an extraordinary human relationship.--Llorens, L.A. Problem-solving the role of occupational therapy in a new environment.--Walker, L. Learning problems and the occupational therapist.--Llorens, L.A. Occupational therapy in community child health.--
Morris, A.G., and Reuben, R.N.A training program in language and motor skills for culturally-deprived children.--Llorens, L.A. Black culture and child development.--Finn, G.L. The children's developmental workshop.--Kinnealey, M. Service programs in the university affiliated programs. McKibbin, E.H. An interdisciplinary program for retarded children and their families.--Nashiro, N.O., Scott, A.D., and Reynolds, R.C. Occupational therapy in rural health: a pilot study.--Walker, L. Occupational therapy belongs in the well community.--Gillette, N.P. Occupational therapy belongs in the community.
|Responsibility:||compiled and edited by Lela A. Llorens.|