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Edited by Karen Vance, BSOT
Earn 2 AOTA CEUs/25 NBCOT® PDUs/20 Contact Hours
Context is a fundamental part of the Occupational Therapy Practice Framework, and working with clients in their own homes allows occupational therapy practitioners to see clients in their natural context. This practice setting envelops clients in their own social and environmental context, which both challenges and benefits practitioners.
Home Health Care: A Guide for Occupational Therapy Practice frames occupational therapy in the context of the home health practice setting and provides the knowledge occupational therapy practitioners in home health need to practice and communicate the value of occupational therapy. This text and Self-Paced Clinical Course also provides resources for other stakeholders, such as home health agencies (HHAs), who want to know what to expect from occupational therapy practitioners in the home health setting.
The chapters and appendixes cover occupational therapy evaluation, conditions in home health, plans of care, intervention, sustainable outcomes, and community resources, and also details how to satisfy stakeholders in home health services and the various roles of Medicare.