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An occupational therapist's guide to home modification practice

Author: Ainsworth, E., De Jonge, D.
Type: Book
Year: 2011

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Pages: 392 p.
Publish Location: Thorofare, NJ
Publisher: SLACK
ISBN/ISSN: 9781556428524
Accession Number: September, 2011
Notes: Includes bibliographical references and index. The home environment / Bronwyn Tanner -- Approaches to service delivery / Desleigh de Jonge ... [et al.] -- Models of occupational therapy / Desleigh de Jonge -- Legislation, regulations, codes, and standards influencing home modification practice / Elizabeth Ainsworth, Desleigh de Jonge, and Jon Sanford -- History and future of home modification services / Bronwyn Tanner -- The home modification process / Elizabeth Ainsworth and Desleigh de Jonge -- Evaluating clients' home modification needs and priorities / Desleigh de Jonge and Ruth Cordiner -- Measuring the person and the home environment / Elizabeth Ainsworth and Desleigh de Jonge -- Drawing the built environment / Elizabeth Ainsworth and Desleigh de Jonge -- Developing and tailoring interventions / Desleigh de Jonge -- Sourcing and evaluating products and designs / Desleigh de Jonge -- Access standards and their role in guiding interventions / Elizabeth Ainsworth, Desleigh de Jonge, and Bronwyn Tanner -- Ethical, legal, and reporting variables pathways to best practice / Elizabeth Ainsworth and Barbara Kornblau -- Evaluating outcomes / Desleigh de Jonge -- Case studies / Elizabeth Ainsworth ... [et al.].
Access Date: September, 2011
Keywords: Occupational therapy.Home care services.People with disabilities Housing Design and construction.Architectural Accessibility.Disabled Persons rehabilitation.Environment Design.Housing standards.
Reads: 340
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