Task Analysis, 3rd Edition
Task Analysis: An Individual, Group, and Population Approach, 3rd Edition
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Type: Book
SKU: 900354
Type: Book
SKU: 900354
Publisher: AOTA Press
Published: 2014
ISBN: 978-156-900-534-7
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By Sylvia A. Wilson, MSc, OT(C), and Gregg Landry, MHA, OT

 

The ability to competently analyze an occupation, activity, or task is a fundamental skill of the occupational therapy practitioner. Task analysis, the process of analyzing the dynamic relation among a client, a selected task, and specific contexts, is a critical clinical reasoning tool for evaluating occupational performance. This new edition of this foundational text guides occupational therapy practitioners in using task analysis to understand clients and their ability to perform specific, purposeful activities.

 

Aligned with the Occupational Therapy Practice Framework, Task Analysis expands the understanding of clients to include individuals, groups, and populations and how task analysis applies to each. Occupational therapy practitioners increasingly serve clients at the group and population levels, which is reflected in updated chapters. This edition aims to provide students and practitioners with a clear understanding of how task analysis applies to everyday occupational therapy practice.

 

Each chapter contains assignments to challenge students and readers and promote learning, and case examples promote real-world application. An extensive Client Profile and Task Analysis Form provides a template for the clinical world, and examples of its use are included throughout the text. A flash drive contains the form, assignments, case examples, and AOTA official documents.

           

Contents 

Part I. Domain and Process of Occupational Therapy

Chapter 1. Historical Perspective Intervention Through Activity

Chapter 2. Occupational Therapy Services: A Distinct Approach

Chapter 3. Domain and Dimensions of Occupational Therapy

Chapter 4. Occupational Therapy Process

Chapter 5. Occupational Therapy Service Delivery to Individuals, Groups, and Populations

Chapter 6. Care Planning: Needs Analysis and Use in Consultation

 

Part II. Occupation and Intervention Strategies

Chapter 7. Occupation Acorss the Lifespan

Chapter 8. Play as Occupation

Chapter 9. Education as Occupation

Chapter 10. Activities of Daily Living as Occupation

Chapter 11. Adolescence and Emerging Adulthood

Chapter 12. Adulthood: Maintaining Meaningful Lifestyles

Chapter 13. Older Adults: Transitions for Successful Aging

Chapter 14. Healthy Communities

 

Appendixes include a Client Profile and Task Analysis Form and AOTA officiaul documents.

 

978-1-56900-534-7, 263 pages, 2014