Title

Using Occupational Theory Models and Frames of Reference with Children and Youth

Document Type

Book Chapter

Publication Date

2020

Abstract

Occupational therapists use therapeutic reasoning (also referred to as clinical reasoning) to analyze, problem-solve, and create intervention plans to address a variety of child and family needs. Understanding the many factors that influence a child or youth's occupational performance is complex and therefore requires a structured, systematic, approach. Models of practice provide this structure.

ISBN

9780323512633

Publication

Case-Smith's occupational therapy for children and adolescents

Edition

8th ed.

Publisher

Elsevier

Pages

18-45

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