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Kids can be kids : a childhood occupations approach

Author: Shelly Lane; Anita C Bundy
Publisher: Philadelphia : F.A. Davis Co., ©2012.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Kids can be kids.
Philadelphia : F.A. Davis Co., ©2012
(DLC) 2011030469
(OCoLC)741999193
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Shelly Lane; Anita C Bundy
ISBN: 9780803629677 0803629672
OCLC Number: 818658332
Description: 1 online resource (xxxiv, 638 pages) : illustrations
Contents: pt. I. Childhood occupational roles. Occupation and participation: the heart of pediatric occupational therapy: kids want to do kid things / Shelly J. Lane --
Vocies of children: kids talk about being kids / Imelda Burgman --
Children at play: can I play, too? / Anita C. Bundy --
Early intervention: getting off to a good start / Christine Doyle Morrison --
Preschool: I'm learning now! / Shelley Mulligan --
School: participating in more than just the classroom / Chris Chapparo and Susan Lowe --
Transitioning to adulthood: what will I be when I grow up? / Pat L. Sample [and others] --
Self-care: a primary occupation: I can do it myself! / Jayne Shepherd --
pt. II. the context of pediatric practice. Building intervention from theory: from LEGOs and tinkertoys and skyscrapers / Jim Hinojosa and Ruth Segal --
Ecocultural theory: everyday cultures of children: living in a lot of different worlds / Gwynnyth Llewellyn --
Cultural competence: when the rules are different / Maureen H. Fitzgerald --
Pediatric occupational therapy in the United States: understanding laws, policies, and regulations for practice / Patricia L. Davies --
Paediatric occupational therapy in Canada: grounding practice in the rights of equality / Patty Rigby and Shone Joos --
Paediatric occupational therapy in the United Kingdom: focusing practice on the health and welfare of children / Dido Green and Carolyn Dunford --
Paediatric occupational therapy in Australia: recognizing multiculturalism in policy / Chris Chapparo --
pt. III. Overview of the intervention process. Pediatric therapy teams: how many perspectives are on the team? / Barbara Hanft, Jayne Shepherd, and Jo Read --
Services in emerging practice arenas: what's an occupational therapist doing here? / Winifred Schultz-Krohn (with contribution by Nancy Rushford and Kerry Thomas) --
Assessment, measurement, and evaluation: why can't I do what everyone expects me to do? / Ted Brown --
Setting goals that express the possibilities: if we don't know where we're going, how will we know when we get there? / Steve Park --
Direct intervention: what should we play today? / Zoe Mailloux and Susanne Smith Roley --
Indirect intervention: teaching therapeutic techniques: the occupational therapist doesn't do it all / Stacey Szklut --
Consultation: can I talk to you a minute? / Jennie Brentnall and Anita C. Bundy --
pt. IV. Pediatric conditions and their impact on the lives of children. Disorders of eating and feeding, and disorders following prenatal substance exposure: why won't my baby eat? / Shelly J. Lane --
Sensory processing disorders: feels awful and doesn't sound very good, either! / Marie E. Anzalone and Shelly J. Lane --
Neuromotor disorders: can I learn to walk? / Cheryl Missiuna [and others] --
Autism spectrum disorders: isn't a "spectrum" like a rainbow? / Sylvia Rodger and Jenny Ziviani --
Emotional and behavioral disorders: hey, lady, can't you control your kid? / Anne Chronin --
Learning disabilities and intellectual disabilities: why is this so hard for me? / Chris Chapparo and Shelly J. Lane --
Visual and auditory disorders: what does "soft" feel like? / Luisa Ferronato, Stephanie Kain, and Natalie Kaine --
Multitraumatic injuries: from emergency to rehabilitation / Scott Tomchek and Leisa Aberli --
pt. V. Putting it all together. Cases as synthesis: the lessons kids teach occupational therapists / Anita C. Bundy [and others] --
Reflections on pediatric practice: love working with kids! / Anita C. Bundy.
Responsibility: editors, Shelly J. Lane, Anita C. Bundy.

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