Publisher: AOTA Press
This text describes occupational therapy’s distinct purpose in chronic condition management, palliative care, and hospice, and provides a guide for thoughtful, patient-centered service delivery.
Each chapter includes learning objectives, key terms and concepts, and detailed case examples that illustrate how occupational therapy practitioners can develop interventions that support patient autonomy, facilitate meaningful occupation, reduce caregiver burden, and increase quality of life at any stage of illness. As the number of people with chronic conditions grows, occupational therapy practitioners have an opportunity to empower patients to play an active role in the management of their health by supporting them in understanding all the options available to them—and ensuring their wishes are heard.
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