This book is organized to provide a comprehensive overview of consultation, including a historical perspective and basic theoretical concepts. Examples of occupational therapy consultation, found in Part II, follow a format that allows the reader to compare and contrast consultation practice settings.She wanted to try a power scooter or power wheelchair, but had also heard about a new one-arm drive wheelchair that might meet her needs as well. After trying all three mobility devices, she decided to try the one-arm drive chair for a month. ... unhappy with her one-arm drive chair and had reverted to using her old, ill-fitting manual chair most of the time at home. ... Once others see the results of an innovation, there is discussion of relative merits, and the person who first accepted theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Occupational Therapy Consultation|
|Author||:||Evelyn Jaffe, Cynthia F. Epstein|
|Publisher||:||Mosby - 1992|