This book is a valuable resource for directing the clinical reasoning of occupational therapy assistants as they prepare to provide services to children and adolescents.Divided into 4 sections, this book explains best- practice occupational therapy services based on knowledge about occupations, occupation based and non-occupation based conceptual models, and the occupational development of children and adolescents. Through the use of multiple vignettes and case studies, the occupational therapy assistants learn how to implement interventions for children and adolescents who are experiencing specific health and learning challenges. Reflection and application questions at the end of each chapter reinforce text content.Occupational therapy assistantAlthough initial testing results qualify a student for special education services for three years, an IEP is written at least yearly to reflect ... The childa#39;s annual goals are curriculum driven so that they reflect the childa#39;s role as a student and the occupational ... Current math skills are at a first grade levela she can count to 100, skip count by 10 to 50, and complete addition and subtraction without regrouping.
|Title||:||Working with Children and Adolescents|
|Author||:||Janet V. DeLany, Margaret J. Pendzick|
|Publisher||:||Prentice Hall - 2007-12|