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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Williams, Jane Q.
Music and the social model.
Philadelphia : Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2013
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Jane Q Williams
|Description:||1 online resource (pages)|
|Contents:||Preface. Introduction: How to Use This Book. Part 1: Theory. 1. What is Music?: An Overview of the Elements of Music. 2. Why Music?: The Relationship Between Music and Human Occupation. 3. Music and The Social Model of Disability. Rachel Purtell. 4. Music and Occupational Therapy. 5. The Occupational Therapy Tool Kit: Paradigms, Frames of Reference and Models of Practice. 6. A Social Model OT Process. 7. Creating an Enabling Environment. Part 2: Practice. 8. Enabling Participation in Music: Activity Analysis and Planning Using an OT Tool Kit. 9. Journeys: Applying a Social Model OT Process. 10. An Introduction to Music Group Sessions. 11. Large Music Group Session Plans. 12. Small Group and One to One Sessions. 13. Reflection. Appendices. References. Further Reading. Index.|
|Responsibility:||Jane Q. Williams.|
This is an inspiring and practical guide that we're sure would be of real interest to Occupational Therapists, anyone working in day centres, social care settings and community music projects. It