Adult Physical Conditions : Intervention Strategies for Occupational Therapy Assistants (1ST)

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Adult Physical Conditions : Intervention Strategies for Occupational Therapy Assistants (1ST)

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The go-to text/reference for class, clinical, and practice!A who's who of experts and educators brings you practical, in-depth coverage of the most common adult conditions and the corresponding evidence-based occupational therapy interventions. Written for OTAs to meet their unique needs, this approach combines theory with the practical, evidence-based functional content that develops the critical-thinking and clinical-reasoning skills that are the foundation for professional, knowledgeable, creative, and competent practice.

Table of Contents

Unit I Foundations of Physical                   1   (124)
Rehabilitation, Process, and Practice
Chapter 1 Client-Centered Occupational 1 (18)
Therapy: Disability and Participation
Amy J. Mahle
Physical Disability 2 (2)
Philosophy of Occupational Therapy 4 (2)
Related to Physical Disability
Theories, Models of Practice, and Frames 6 (3)
of Reference
Adjustment to Disability 9 (3)
Role of the Occupational Therapy Assistant 12 (7)
Chapter 2 Professional Considerations for 19 (18)
Occupational Therapy Assistants
Amy J. Mahle
Paradigm Shift to Being a Professional 19 (7)
Advocacy 26 (4)
Evidence-Based Practice 30 (2)
Lifelong Learning 32 (5)
Chapter 3 The Continuum of Care and the 37 (20)
Changing Healthcare Environment
LaToya Nicole Stafford
Reimbursement and its Effect on the 38 (1)
Continuum
Acute Care 39 (3)
Post-Acute Settings 42 (11)
Healthcare Advancements and Reformation 53 (4)
Chapter 4 Health Promotion and Wellness for 57 (25)
the Client and Practitioner
Marjorie E. Scaffa
Principles of Health and Wellness Practice 57 (1)
Quality of Life 58 (1)
Health Literacy 59 (2)
An Occupational Perspective on Health 61 (2)
The Role of Occupational Therapy in the 63 (2)
Promotion of Health and Well-Being
Health Promotion Practice Examples 65 (4)
Psychosocial Impact 69 (4)
Practitioner Health and Wellness and 73 (9)
Professional Self-Care
Chapter 5 Teaching and Learning With 82 (26)
Clients and Community
Brenda Kennell
Amy J. Mahle
Learning Theory and Models 83 (2)
Learning Styles 85 (1)
Locating and Developing Client Education 86 (4)
Education and Training Methods 90 (3)
Addressing Client-Centered Learning and 93 (2)
Outcomes
Client Motivation 95 (1)
Client-Centered Care 96 (1)
Engaging the Client 97 (3)
Strategies for Groups 100 (1)
Interprofessional Communication 101 (1)
Engaging the Community 102 (6)
Chapter 6 Developing the Occupational 108 (17)
Profile and Analyzing Occupational
Performance
Cynthia S. Bell
Megan E. Edwards Collins
Occupational Profile Overview 108 (4)
Analyzing Occupational Performance 112 (1)
Normal Analysis of an Activity 113 (7)
Connecting Occupational Performance and 120 (1)
Activity Analysis to Intervention
Documentation 121 (1)
Levels of Assistance-Common Terminology 121 (4)
for Healthcare Professionals
Unit II Foundations of Movement and Function 125 (218)
Chapter 7 Range of Motion: Assessment and 125 (30)
Intervention
Susan Blair
Why Is Measuring Range of Motion 126 (1)
Important?
How Is Range of Motion Measured? 126 (1)
Assessing the Client for Range of Motion 127 (2)
Performing Range of Motion Assessment 129 (1)
Understanding Movement in Planes 130 (1)
Preparing the Client for Measurement 131 (13)
Range of Motion Intervention 144 (11)
Chapter 8 Movement, Motor Control, 155 (30)
Sensation, Wounds, and Pain
Megan E. Edwards Collins
Coordination 155 (3)
Sensation 158 (2)
Reflexes, Equilibrium, and Righting 160 (7)
Reactions
Tone 167 (2)
Stages of Motor Learning and Recovery 169 (4)
Wound Development and Management 173 (6)
Pain Assessment and Management 179 (6)
Chapter 9 Muscle Strength: Assessment and 185 (34)
Management
Sanchala Khanolkar Sen
Manual Muscle Testing Terminology 185 (1)
Causes of Muscle Weakness 186 (1)
Screening Tests 186 (1)
Manual Muscle Testing 187 (1)
Relationship Between Joint Range of 188 (1)
Motion and Muscle Strength
General Principles of Manual Muscle 188 (4)
Testing
Manual Muscle Testing of the Upper 192 (13)
Extremity
Manual Muscle Testing of the Lower 205 (4)
Extremity
Grip and Pinch Strength 209 (1)
Basic Intervention Strategies for 210 (9)
Improving Muscle Strength
Chapter 10 Vision and Visual Perception 219 (25)
Lisa Michaud
Treatment Team 219 (1)
The Visual System 220 (3)
Vision Conditions Related to Neurological 223 (7)
Impairments
Visual Perception 230 (3)
Low Vision 233 (6)
Psychosocial Impact of Visual Deficits 239 (5)
Chapter 11 Cognition 244 (30)
Stephanie C. Wood
Amber L. Ward
Neuroanatomy of Cognition and Functional 245 (2)
Limitations Associated With Damage to
Each Lobe
Acute and Degenerative Conditions that 247 (2)
Can Lead to Cognitive Decline
Cognitive Rehabilitation Therapy 249 (4)
Internal and External Cognitive Strategies 253 (1)
Attention and Concentration Impairments 253 (3)
Memory Impairments 256 (3)
Executive Function Impairments 259 (2)
Behavioral Impairments 261 (3)
The Cognition In Vision 264 (1)
Awareness 264 (1)
Cognitive Rehabilitation With 265 (1)
Degenerative Conditions
Cognitive Rehabilitation in Various 265 (1)
Settings
Individual Versus Group Treatment 265 (1)
Importance of Family Involvement 266 (1)
Importance of the Therapeutic 267 (1)
Relationship in Achieving Goals
Importance of Generalizing Skills into 268 (6)
"Real-Life" Environments
Chapter 12 Self-Feeding, Swallowing, and 274 (25)
Communication
Amber L. Ward
Vivian Resnik
Francine Waskavitz
The Social Impact of Self-Feeding 275 (1)
Self-Feeding and Eating 275 (1)
Self-Feeding Impairments 276 (6)
Swallowing 282 (1)
Swallowing Impairments 282 (7)
Communication 289 (1)
Communication Impairments 290 (2)
Compensatory Strategies for Communication 292 (3)
Implementation of Strategies During 295 (4)
Occupations
Chapter 13 Transfers Across the Continuum: 299 (44)
Safety and Management
Jennifer C. Radloff
Helen Houston
Injury Prevention 299 (1)
Preparing for Transfers 300 (4)
Traditional Transfers 304 (13)
Fall Prevention 317 (2)
Safe Patient-Handling Equipment 319 (4)
Transfers for Postsurgical Restrictions 323 (1)
Transfers for Specific Deficits 324 (10)
Transfers into Motor Vehicles 334 (9)
Unit III Foundations of Intervention 343 (669)
Chapter 14 Assistive Technology and Home 343 (26)
Modifications
Amber L. Ward
Activities of Daily Living 344 (8)
Instrumental Activities of Daily Living 352 (2)
Education and Work 354 (1)
Communication 354 (2)
Vision 356 (1)
Hearing 357 (1)
Computer, iPad®, Tablet, and Phone 358 (1)
Access
Door Options, Alerting, and Electronic 359 (1)
Activities of Daily Living
Leisure 360 (1)
Service Animals 361 (1)
Creating Custom Assistive Technology 361 (1)
Devices
Choosing Correctly 362 (1)
Device Use and Abandonment 362 (1)
Who Pays? 362 (1)
Assistive Technology Research 363 (1)
Resources: Rehabilitation Engineering 363 (1)
Society of North America, State Agencies,
and the Internet
Home Modifications for Disability 364 (5)
Chapter 15 Seating and Wheeled Mobility 369 (25)
Amber L. Ward
Decision Tree for Wheelchairs 370 (1)
Seating Evaluation 370 (4)
Manual Wheelchairs 374 (3)
Scooters 377 (1)
Power Wheelchairs 377 (8)
Pressure Relief and Wounds 385 (1)
Pressure Relief Options and Training 386 (1)
Training on Wheeled Mobility 387 (1)
Common Repairs and Changes 388 (1)
Transportation for Wheeled Mobility 389 (1)
Integration of Mobility Devices and Other 390 (4)
Technology
Chapter 16 Driving and Community Mobility 394 (25)
Anne E. Dickerson
Baby Boomers Will Change Occupational 394 (1)
Therapy Practice
Occupational Therapy Roles in Adult 395 (2)
Rehabilitation
The Profession of Driver Rehabilitation 397 (1)
The Driver Rehabilitation 398 (1)
Specialist/Occupational Therapy
Practitioner
Levels of Service for Driving 399 (1)
Screening and Evaluation Process for 400 (4)
Driving and Community Mobility
When to Refer to a Driver Rehabilitation 404 (1)
Specialist
Clinical Observations of Functional 405 (3)
Performance
Interventions to Facilitate Returning to 408 (1)
Driving
Interactive Driving Simulators 408 (1)
Adaptive Equipment and Vehicle 409 (1)
Modification for Driving
Vehicle Options 410 (2)
Alternative Transportation Options 412 (7)
Chapter 17 Work Rehabilitation and 419 (31)
Retraining
Paul A. Fontana
Katrina Duhon Delahoussaye
Anna Petry
Communication in Work Rehabilitation 420 (1)
Occupational Therapy Assistant's Role 421 (1)
Work Conditioning Programs 422 (5)
Work Hardening Programs 427 (10)
Functional Capacity Evaluation 437 (13)
Chapter 18 Physical Agent Modalities 450 (29)
Elizabeth A. Fain
Regulatory Guidelines for Physical Agent 451 (1)
Modalities in Occupational Therapy
Practice
Ethics Framing the Application of 451 (1)
Physical Agent Modalities
The Accreditation Council for 451 (1)
Occupational Therapy Education Standards
Related to Physical Agent Modalities
Roles of the Occupational Therapy 451 (1)
Practitioner for Using Physical Agent
Modalities
Theoretical Premise for Using Physical 452 (1)
Agent Modalities in Occupational Therapy
Practice
Classification of Modalities 452 (27)
Chapter 19 Orthotics: Fabrication and 479 (24)
Management
Karol Spraggs-Young
Use of an Orthosis for Protection 480 (1)
Use of an Orthosis for Positioning 481 (2)
Use of an Orthosis for Improving Motion 483 (1)
Static, Static Progressive, and Dynamic 484 (2)
Orthotic Designs
Orthotic Design 486 (1)
Orthotic Construction 487 (3)
Casting 490 (2)
Applications for a Soft Orthosis 492 (1)
Billing Codes for Orthotic Application 492 (1)
Instructions for Making Orthoses 493 (10)
Health Conditions and Interventions 503 (1)
Chapter 20 Orthopedic Considerations: 503 (22)
Spine, Pelvis, Hip, and Knee
Lori Goodnight
The Spine 504 (3)
The Pelvis 507 (2)
The Hip Joint 509 (4)
The Knee Joint 513 (3)
General Orthopedic Concerns 516 (9)
Chapter 21 Arthritic Diseases: Factors, 525 (30)
Adaptations, and Treatment
Brenda Kennell
Kelly McCoy Jones
Amy J. Mahle
Osteoarthritis 526 (3)
Rheumatoid Arthritis 529 (3)
Fibromyalgia 532 (1)
Lupus 533 (1)
Gout 534 (1)
Medical Treatment of Arthritis and 535 (4)
Related Conditions
Psychosocial Impact 539 (1)
Safety 539 (1)
Occupational Therapy Intervention 539 (16)
Chapter 22 Comprehensive Hand Management 555 (34)
Karol Spraggs-Young
Anatomical Review 555 (2)
Assessment of the Wrist and Hand 557 (9)
Soft-Tissue Conditions 566 (2)
Fractures and Dislocations 568 (4)
Conditions of the Thumb 572 (1)
Nerve Compression and Nerve Injury 573 (2)
Traumatic Hand Injuries 575 (1)
Complex Regional Pain Syndrome 575 (1)
Conditions of the Elbow 576 (1)
Therapeutic Interventions for the Wrist 576 (13)
and Hand
Chapter 23 Orthopedic Considerations: The 589 (25)
Shoulder
Salvador Bondoc
Luis de LeonArabit
The Shoulder 589 (1)
Anatomy and Biomechanics 590 (1)
Common Shoulder Conditions 591 (4)
Medical and Surgical Management 595 (1)
Occupational Therapy Assessment 596 (4)
Occupational Therapy Interventions 600 (8)
Psychosocial Impact of Shoulder Issues 608 (1)
Compensatory Strategies 608 (1)
Occupational Therapy Versus Physical 608 (6)
Therapy
Chapter 24 Amputations and Prosthetics: 614 (26)
Components, Training, and Treatment
Claribell Bayona
Jordan Tucker
Causes of Amputations 615 (1)
Psychosocial Impact 616 (1)
Postsurgical Considerations 617 (1)
Types of Prosthetics 618 (3)
Phases of Rehabilitation of the Client 621 (9)
With Amputation
Functional Considerations in all Phases 630 (3)
Reasons for Limited Prosthetic Use 633 (1)
New Treatments and Technologies 634 (6)
Chapter 25 Chronic Disease Management: 640 (28)
Utilizing a Self-Management Approach
David H. Benthall
Cathrine Balentine Hatch
Self-Management 641 (1)
Role of Occupational Therapy in 642 (1)
Self-Management
Chronic Disease Conditions 643 (5)
Therapeutic Process to Chronic Disease 648 (20)
Management
Chapter 26 Cardiopulmonary Conditions and 668 (36)
Treatment
Renee Causey-Upton
Cathrine Balentine Hatch
David H. Benthall
Cardiac Conditions and Surgical Procedures 669 (15)
Pulmonary Conditions 684 (9)
Assessment of Vital Signs and Activity 693 (11)
Tolerance
Chapter 27 Bariatric Factors and Management 704 (20)
Lisa Pierce
Risk Factors 705 (1)
Medical Treatment 705 (3)
Impairments and Client Factors 708 (4)
Treatment and Interventions 712 (12)
Chapter 28 Burns Across the Continuum of 724 (23)
Care
Heather S. Dodd
Susan Hardesty
Amy J. Mahle
Impairments and Client Factors 725 (2)
Medical Management of the Burn 727 (3)
Interventions for Burns 730 (7)
Trending Treatment Modalities and 737 (1)
Outpatient Services
Psychosocial Factors for Burn 738 (2)
Rehabilitation
Role of the Occupational Therapy 740 (7)
Assistant in Burn Care
Chapter 29 Oncological Care and Treatment 747 (21)
Joanna Edeker
Brittany Lorden
Cancer Statistics 747 (1)
Types of Cancer 747 (1)
Most Common Types of Cancers 748 (1)
Cancer Staging and Grading 749 (2)
Cancer Treatments 751 (1)
Rehabilitation 752 (1)
Prehabilitation 753 (1)
Survivorship 753 (1)
Implications for Occupational 754 (3)
Therapy---Interventions for Clients With
Cancer
How Do Cancer and Cancer Treatments 757 (1)
Affect Function?
Special Considerations 758 (4)
Modalities 762 (1)
Durable Medical Equipment 762 (1)
Palliative and Hospice Care 762 (1)
Psychosocial Factors and Quality of Life 763 (5)
Chapter 30 Human Immunodeficiency Virus: 768 (20)
Factors and Considerations
Sharon D. Novalis
Human Immunodeficiency Virus 769 (1)
Causes and Risk Factors 769 (1)
Signs and Symptoms 769 (1)
Medical Treatment 770 (1)
Statistical Information 771 (1)
History of HIV/AIDS 772 (1)
Social Implications and Advocacy 773 (1)
Occupational Therapy and HIV/AIDS 773 (2)
Occupational Therapy Services 775 (6)
Other Considerations for the Occupational 781 (7)
Therapy Assistant
Chapter 31 Motor Unit and Myopathic 788 (21)
Diseases: Considerations and Treatment
Amber L. Ward
Guillain-Barre Syndrome 788 (2)
Myasthenia Gravis 790 (1)
Post-Polio Syndrome/Poliomyelitis 791 (1)
Becker and Duchenne Muscular Dystrophies 792 (2)
Charcot-Marie-Tooth Disease 794 (1)
Myotonic Dystrophies 795 (1)
Limb-Girdle Muscular Dystrophy 796 (2)
Facioscapulohumeral Muscular Dystrophy 798 (1)
Spinal Muscular Atrophy 798 (1)
Occupational Therapy Treatment 799 (10)
Chapter 32 Degenerative Diseases of the 809 (29)
Central Nervous System: Understanding and
Management
Amber L. Ward
Megan McDermond Shein
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis 809 (4)
Multiple Sclerosis 813 (3)
Huntington's Disease 816 (3)
Parkinson's Disease 819 (4)
Dementia and Related Diseases 823 (8)
Quality of Life, Impact on Client and 831 (7)
Family, and Caregiver Burden
Chapter 33 Cerebrovascular Accident: 838 (48)
Critical Aspects and Components of Care
Melinda Cozzolino
Risk Factors 838 (1)
Types of Stroke 839 (1)
Effects of Stroke 840 (2)
Common Long-Term Medical Complications 842 (2)
Following a Stroke
Stroke Rehabilitation: Overview 844 (3)
Interventions for Motor Impairments 847 (11)
Interventions for Somatosensory 858 (1)
Impairments
Interventions for Cognitive Impairments 859 (7)
Interventions for 866 (2)
Visual-Spatial/Perceptual Impairments
Psychosocial Impact of Stroke 868 (1)
Interventions for Activity of Daily 869 (8)
Living and Instrumental Activity of Daily
Living Impairments
Mild Strokes 877 (1)
Caregiver and Financial Concerns 877 (1)
When They Don't Get Better 878 (8)
Chapter 34 Traumatic and Acquired Brain 886 (22)
Injury: Management and Treatment
Heidi A. Van Keulen
Healthcare Team Members and Role of 887 (1)
Occupational Therapy
From the Intensive Care Unit to the Home 887 (2)
and Community
Traumatic Brain Injury 889 (1)
Acquired Brain Injury 890 (1)
Brain Anatomy 890 (1)
Symptoms and Treatment by Level 890 (12)
Psychosocial Impact 902 (1)
Client and Family Education and Training 903 (1)
Sexual Activity 903 (5)
Chapter 35 Spinal Cord Injury and Disease: 908 (49)
Factors and Essential Care
Raheleh G. Tschoepe
Spinal Cord Injury and Disease 908 (2)
Neurologic Classification of Spinal Cord 910 (1)
Injury/Disease
Medical Intervention 911 (3)
Impact of Spinal Cord Injury and Disease 914 (13)
on Body Functions
Functional Outcomes After Complete Spinal 927 (22)
Cord Injury: Goals and Areas of
Intervention
The Continuum of Occupational Therapy 949 (8)
Across the Lifespan
Chapter 36 Polytrauma and Complex Multiple 957 (24)
Conditions
Melissa D. Brawley
Trauma, Multiple Conditions, and Critical 957 (4)
Illness
Risk Factors 961 (1)
Comorbidities and Complications 961 (3)
Medical Treatment 964 (3)
Functional Impairment 967 (3)
Treatment and Intervention 970 (11)
Chapter 37 The Pediatric Client---All Grown 981 (31)
Up
Denise K. Donica
Jamie Bittner
Packing for the Trip---Knowing the 981 (10)
Conditions
Looking at the Map---Navigating the 991 (3)
Resources
Context of Occupational Therapy Services 994 (1)
"How's the Weather?" Understanding 995 (2)
Sensory Processing
The Goal of the Journey---Enabling 997 (9)
Occupation
Knowing Your Co-Pilot---Collaboration 1006(6)
With the Occupational Therapist
Appendix A Lines, Leads, and Tubes 1012(5)
Melissa D. Brawley
Appendix B Answers to Review Questions 1017(3)
Glossary 1020(15)
Index 1035