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Adult Physical Conditions Intervention Strategies for Occupational Therapy Assistants

Adult Physical Conditions Intervention Strategies for Occupational Therapy Assistants 1st Edition

By: Amy Mahle
ISBN-10: 0803659180
/ ISBN-13: 9780803659315
Edition: 1st Edition
Language: English
				
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contents

unit I: Foundations of Physical Rehabilitation, Process, and Practice

    • chapter 1: Client-Centered Occupational Therapy: Disability and Participation
    • Physical Disability
    • Philosophy of Occupational Therapy Related to Physical Disability
    • Theories, Models of Practice, and Frames of Reference
    • Adjustment to Disability
    • Role of the Occupational Therapy Assistant
    • chapter 2: Professional Considerations for Occupational Therapy Assistants
    • Paradigm Shift to Being a Professional
    • Advocacy
    • Evidence-Based Practice
    • Lifelong Learning
    • chapter 3: The Continuum of Care and the Changing Healthcare Environment
    • Reimbursement and its Effect on the Continuum
    • Acute Care
    • Post-Acute Settings
    • Healthcare Advancements and Reformation
    • chapter 4: Health Promotion and Wellness for the Client and Practitioner
    • Principles of Health and Wellness Practice
    • Quality of Life
    • Health Literacy
    • An Occupational Perspective on Health
    • The Role of Occupational Therapy in the Promotion of Health and Well-Being
    • Health Promotion Practice Examples
    • Psychosocial Impact
    • Practitioner Health and Wellness and Professional Self-Care
    • chapter 5: Teaching and Learning With Clients and Community
    • Learning Theory and Models
    • Learning Styles
    • Locating and Developing Client Education
    • Education and Training Methods
    • Addressing Client-Centered Learning and Outcomes
    • Client Motivation
    • Client-Centered Care
    • Engaging the Client
    • Strategies for Groups
    • Interprofessional Communication
    • Engaging the Community
    • chapter 6: Developing the Occupational Profile and Analyzing Occupational Performance
    • Occupational Profile Overview
    • Analyzing Occupational Performance
    • Normal Analysis of an Activity
    • Connecting Occupational Performance and Activity Analysis to Intervention
    • Documentation
    • Levels of Assistance–Common Terminology for Healthcare Professionals

unit II: Foundations of Movement and Function

    • chapter 7: Range of Motion: Assessment and Intervention
    • Why Is Measuring Range of Motion Important?
    • How Is Range of Motion Measured?
    • Assessing the Client for Range of Motion
    • Performing Range of Motion Assessment
    • Understanding Movement in Planes
    • Preparing the Client for Measurement
    • Range of Motion Intervention
    • chapter 8: Movement, Motor Control, Sensation, Wounds, and Pain
    • Coordination
    • Sensation
    • Reflexes, Equilibrium, and Righting Reactions
    • Tone
    • Stages of Motor Learning and Recovery
    • Wound Development and Management
    • Pain Assessment and Management
    • chapter 9: Muscle Strength: Assessment and Management
    • Manual Muscle Testing Terminology
    • Causes of Muscle Weakness
    • Screening Tests
    • Manual Muscle Testing
    • Relationship Between Joint Range of Motion and Muscle Strength
    • General Principles of Manual Muscle Testing
    • Manual Muscle Testing of the Upper Extremity
    • Manual Muscle Testing of the Lower Extremity
    • Grip and Pinch Strength
    • Basic Intervention Strategies for Improving Muscle Strength
    • chapter 10: Vision and Visual Perception
    • Treatment Team
    • The Visual System
    • Vision Conditions Related to Neurological Impairments
    • Visual Perception
    • Low Vision
    • Psychosocial Impact of Visual Deficits
    • chapter 11: Cognition
    • Neuroanatomy of Cognition and Functional Limitations Associated With Damage to Each Lobe
    • Acute and Degenerative Conditions that Can Lead to Cognitive Decline
    • Cognitive Rehabilitation Therapy
    • Internal and External Cognitive Strategies
    • Attention and Concentration Impairments
    • Memory Impairments
    • Executive Function Impairments
    • Behavioral Impairments
    • The Cognition In Vision
    • Awareness
    • Cognitive Rehabilitation With Degenerative Conditions
    • Cognitive Rehabilitation in Various Settings
    • Individual Versus Group Treatment
    • Importance of Family Involvement
    • Importance of the Therapeutic Relationship in Achieving Goals
    • Importance of Generalizing Skills into “Real-Life” Environments
    • chapter 12: Self-Feeding, Swallowing, and Communication
    • The Social Impact of Self-Feeding
    • Self-Feeding and Eating
    • Self-Feeding Impairments
    • Swallowing
    • Swallowing Impairments
    • Communication
    • Communication Impairments
    • Compensatory Strategies for Communication
    • Implementation of Strategies During Occupations
    • chapter 13: Transfers Across the Continuum: Safety and Management
    • Injury Prevention
    • Preparing for Transfers
    • Traditional Transfers
    • Fall Prevention
    • Safe Patient-Handling Equipment
    • Transfers for Postsurgical Restrictions
    • Transfers for Specific Deficits
    • Transfers into Motor Vehicles

unit III: Foundations of Intervention

    • chapter 14: Assistive Technology and Home Modifications
    • Activities of Daily Living
    • Instrumental Activities of Daily Living
    • Education and Work
    • Communication
    • Vision
    • Hearing
    • Computer, iPad®, Tablet, and Phone Access
    • Door Options, Alerting, and Electronic Activities of Daily Living
    • Leisure
    • Service Animals
    • Creating Custom Assistive Technology Devices
    • Choosing Correctly
    • Device Use and Abandonment
    • Who Pays?
    • Assistive Technology Research
    • Resources: Rehabilitation Engineering Society of North America, State Agencies, and the Internet
    • Home Modifications for Disability
    • chapter 15: Seating and Wheeled Mobility
    • Decision Tree for Wheelchairs
    • Seating Evaluation
    • Manual Wheelchairs
    • Scooters
    • Power Wheelchairs
    • Pressure Relief and Wounds
    • Pressure Relief Options and Training
    • Training on Wheeled Mobility
    • Common Repairs and Changes
    • Transportation for Wheeled Mobility
    • Integration of Mobility Devices and Other Technology
    • chapter 16: Driving and Community Mobility
    • Baby Boomers Will Change Occupational Therapy Practice
    • Occupational Therapy Roles in Adult Rehabilitation
    • The Profession of Driver Rehabilitation
    • The Driver Rehabilitation Specialist/Occupational Therapy Practitioner
    • Levels of Service for Driving
    • Screening and Evaluation Process for Driving and Community Mobility
    • When to Refer to a Driver Rehabilitation Specialist
    • Clinical Observations of Functional Performance
    • Interventions to Facilitate Returning to Driving
    • Interactive Driving Simulators
    • Adaptive Equipment and Vehicle Modification for Driving
    • Vehicle Options
    • Alternative Transportation Options
    • chapter 17: Work Rehabilitation and Retraining
    • Communication in Work Rehabilitation
    • Occupational Therapy Assistant’s Role
    • Work Conditioning Programs
    • Work Hardening Programs
    • Functional Capacity Evaluation
    • chapter 18: Physical Agent Modalities
    • Regulatory Guidelines for Physical Agent Modalities in Occupational Therapy Practice
    • Ethics Framing the Application of Physical Agent Modalities
    • The Accreditation Council for Occupational Therapy Education Standards Related to Physical Agent Modalities
    • Roles of the Occupational Therapy Practitioner for Using Physical Agent Modalities
    • Theoretical Premise for Using Physical Agent Modalities in Occupational Therapy Practice
    • Classification of Modalities
    • chapter 19: Orthotics: Fabrication and Management
    • Use of an Orthosis for Protection
    • Use of an Orthosis for Positioning
    • Use of an Orthosis for Improving Motion
    • Static, Static Progressive, and Dynamic Orthotic Designs
    • Orthotic Design
    • Orthotic Construction
    • Casting
    • Applications for a Soft Orthosis
    • Billing Codes for Orthotic Application
    • Instructions for Making Orthoses

unit IV: Health Conditions and Interventions

    • chapter 20: Orthopedic Considerations: Spine, Pelvis, Hip, and Knee
    • The Spine
    • The Pelvis
    • The Hip Joint
    • The Knee Joint
    • General Orthopedic Concerns
    • chapter 21: Arthritic Diseases: Factors, Adaptations, and Treatment
    • Osteoarthritis
    • Rheumatoid Arthritis
    • Fibromyalgia
    • Lupus
    • Gout
    • Medical Treatment of Arthritis and Related Conditions
    • Psychosocial Impact
    • Safety
    • Occupational Therapy Intervention
    • chapter 22: Comprehensive Hand Management
    • Anatomical Review
    • Assessment of the Wrist and Hand
    • Soft-Tissue Conditions
    • Fractures and Dislocations
    • Conditions of the Thumb
    • Nerve Compression and Nerve Injury
    • Traumatic Hand Injuries
    • Complex Regional Pain Syndrome
    • Conditions of the Elbow
    • Therapeutic Interventions for the Wrist and Hand
    • chapter 23: Orthopedic Considerations: The Shoulder
    • The Shoulder
    • Anatomy and Biomechanics
    • Common Shoulder Conditions
    • Medical and Surgical Management
    • Occupational Therapy Assessment
    • Occupational Therapy Interventions
    • Psychosocial Impact of Shoulder Issues
    • Compensatory Strategies
    • Occupational Therapy Versus Physical Therapy
    • chapter 24: Amputations and Prosthetics: Components, Training, and Treatment
    • Causes of Amputations
    • Psychosocial Impact
    • Postsurgical Considerations
    • Types of Prosthetics
    • Phases of Rehabilitation of the Client With Amputation
    • Functional Considerations in all Phases
    • Reasons for Limited Prosthetic Use
    • New Treatments and Technologies
    • chapter 25: Chronic Disease Management: Utilizing a Self-Management Approach
    • Self-Management
    • Role of Occupational Therapy in Self-Management
    • Chronic Disease Conditions
    • Therapeutic Process to Chronic Disease Management
    • chapter 26: Cardiopulmonary Conditions and Treatment
    • Cardiac Conditions and Surgical Procedures
    • Pulmonary Conditions
    • Assessment of Vital Signs and Activity Tolerance
    • chapter 27: Bariatric Factors and Management
    • Risk Factors
    • Medical Treatment
    • Impairments and Client Factors
    • Treatment and Interventions
    • chapter 28: Burns Across the Continuum of Care
    • Impairments and Client Factors
    • Medical Management of the Burn
    • Interventions for Burns
    • Trending Treatment Modalities and Outpatient Services
    • Psychosocial Factors for Burn Rehabilitation
    • Role of the Occupational Therapy Assistant in Burn Care
    • chapter 29: Oncological Care and Treatment
    • Cancer Statistics
    • Types of Cancer
    • Most Common Types of Cancers
    • Cancer Staging and Grading
    • Cancer Treatments
    • Rehabilitation
    • Prehabilitation
    • Survivorship
    • Implications for Occupational Therapy—Interventions for Clients With Cancer
    • How Do Cancer and Cancer Treatments Affect Function?
    • Special Considerations
    • Modalities
    • Durable Medical Equipment
    • Palliative and Hospice Care
    • Psychosocial Factors and Quality of Life
    • chapter 30: Human Immunodeficiency Virus: Factors and Considerations
    • Human Immunodeficiency Virus
    • Causes and Risk Factors
    • Signs and Symptoms
    • Medical Treatment
    • Statistical Information
    • History of HIV/AIDS
    • Social Implications and Advocacy
    • Occupational Therapy and HIV/AIDS
    • Occupational Therapy Services
    • Other Considerations for the Occupational Therapy Assistant
    • chapter 31: Motor Unit and Myopathic Diseases: Considerations and Treatment
    • Guillain–Barré Syndrome
    • Myasthenia Gravis
    • Post-Polio Syndrome/Poliomyelitis
    • Becker and Duchenne Muscular Dystrophies
    • Charcot-Marie-Tooth Disease
    • Myotonic Dystrophies
    • Limb-Girdle Muscular Dystrophy
    • Facioscapulohumeral Muscular Dystrophy
    • Spinal Muscular Atrophy
    • Occupational Therapy Treatment
    • chapter 32: Degenerative Diseases of the Central Nervous System: Understanding and Management
    • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
    • Multiple Sclerosis
    • Huntington’s Disease
    • Parkinson’s Disease
    • Dementia and Related Diseases
    • Quality of Life, Impact on Client and Family, and Caregiver Burden
    • chapter 33: Cerebrovascular Accident: Critical Aspects and Components of Care
    • Risk Factors
    • Types of Stroke
    • Effects of Stroke
    • Common Long-Term Medical Complications Following a Stroke
    • Stroke Rehabilitation: Overview
    • Interventions for Motor Impairments
    • Interventions for Somatosensory Impairments
    • Interventions for Cognitive Impairments
    • Interventions for Visual-Spatial/Perceptual Impairments
    • Psychosocial Impact of Stroke
    • Interventions for Activity of Daily Living and Instrumental Activity of Daily Living Impairments
    • Mild Strokes
    • Caregiver and Financial Concerns
    • When They Don’t Get Better
    • chapter 34: Traumatic and Acquired Brain Injury: Management and Treatment
    • Healthcare Team Members and Role of Occupational Therapy
    • From the Intensive Care Unit to the Home and Community
    • Traumatic Brain Injury
    • Acquired Brain Injury
    • Brain Anatomy
    • Symptoms and Treatment by Level
    • Psychosocial Impact
    • Client and Family Education and Training
    • Sexual Activity
    • chapter 35: Spinal Cord Injury and Disease: Factors and Essential Care
    • Spinal Cord Injury and Disease
    • Neurologic Classification of Spinal Cord Injury/Disease
    • Medical Intervention
    • Impact of Spinal Cord Injury and Disease on Body Functions
    • Functional Outcomes After Complete Spinal Cord Injury: Goals and Areas of Intervention
    • The Continuum of Occupational Therapy Across the Lifespan
    • chapter 36: Polytrauma and Complex Multiple Conditions
    • Trauma, Multiple Conditions, and Critical Illness
    • Risk Factors
    • Comorbidities and Complications
    • Medical Treatment
    • Functional Impairment
    • Treatment and Intervention
    • chapter 37: The Pediatric Client—All Grown Up
    • Packing for the Trip—Knowing the Conditions
    • Looking at the Map—Navigating the Resources
    • Context of Occupational Therapy Services
    • “How’s the Weather?” Understanding Sensory Processing
    • The Goal of the Journey—Enabling Occupation
    • Knowing Your Co-Pilot—Collaboration With the Occupational Therapist

appendix A: Lines, Leads, and Tubes

appendix B: Answers to Review Questions

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