By Sylvia Rodger, Ann Kennedy-Behr
This ebook attracts on modern occupational treatment idea and study to supply occupational remedy scholars and clinicians with a pragmatic source on enforcing career focused perform with children.Each bankruptcy has particular pursuits and makes use of case reviews to illustrate the scientific realities and functions of every of the subjects addressed. top perform instructions are supplied in addition to a precis of thoughts drawn from the proper theories, occupational remedy philosophy and latest examine. The e-book goals in particular to be perform established.
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Through occupation or children’s ‘doing’ their development progresses, skills are acquired and tasks/activities are mastered; hence, occupation is regarded as a crucible for development. Further, she cogently posited a conceptual model that development of the occupational being does not just occur within the child. Participation in family life and sharing activities with signiﬁcant others have been proposed as crucial developmental mechanisms. Hence, the importance of context and social interaction are highlighted as critical to children’s learning about and doing of occupations (Muhlenhaupt, 2009; Olson, 2009).
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