Handling the Young Child with Cerebral Palsy at Home

Author: Nancie R. Finnie

Publisher: Butterworth-Heinemann Medical

ISBN: 9780750605793

Category: Medical

Page: 300

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Fundamental is the co-operation of the parents in home handling; includes new information for therapists, nurses, parents and carers.

Finnie's Handling the Young Child with Cerebral Palsy at Home

Author: Eva Bower

Publisher: Butterworth-Heinemann

ISBN: 9780750688109

Category: Medical

Page: 421

View: 4683

Fundamental to the successful treatment of children with cerebral palsy is the cooperation of parents in home handling. This new edition has been expanded and updated to include new information for therapists, parents, nurses and carers.

Finnies Handling the Young Child with Cerebral Palsy at Home

Medicine, Medicine

Author: CTI Reviews

Publisher: Cram101 Textbook Reviews

ISBN: 1467220558

Category: Education

Page: 68

View: 775

Facts101 is your complete guide to Finnies Handling the Young Child with Cerebral Palsy at Home. In this book, you will learn topics such as as those in your book plus much more. With key features such as key terms, people and places, Facts101 gives you all the information you need to prepare for your next exam. Our practice tests are specific to the textbook and we have designed tools to make the most of your limited study time.

Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy for People with Cerebral Palsy

A Problem-Based Approach to Assessment and Management

Author: Karen Dodd,Christine Imms

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1898683689

Category: Medical

Page: 320

View: 8999

This book is a practical resource for physiotherapists and occupational therapists who support people with cerebral palsy, helping them to solve the problems with movement and other impairments that so often accompany cerebral palsy, so that they can be more active and better able to participate in roles such as study, work, recreation and relationships. The first chapters provide the background to the clinical reasoning approach that informs the whole text, as well as an overview of therapeutic interventions. The subsequent chapters present clinical situations that therapists will encounter in the course of their work with individuals with cerebral palsy across the lifespan. Each chapter describes a case in detail, including the reasoning behind assessment and treatment choices, interventions and outcomes. The themes emphasized throughout the book are the use of the clinical reasoning approach of the intervention process model, the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health as a framework to help therapists inform patient and family decision-making, family-centred approaches in developing and implementing therapeutic strategies, and multidisciplinary team work.

Mosby's Q & A Review for the Occupational Therapy Board Examination - E-Book

Author: Patricia Bowyer,Dorothy P. Bethea

Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences

ISBN: 0323062229

Category: Medical

Page: 336

View: 9417

Questions focus on the Occupational Therapy Practice Framework (OTPF) as well as the results from the practice analysis completed by NBCOT. Questions cross the spectrum of occupational therapy process - evaluation, intervention planning, intervention, service management, and outcomes of a variety of populations including pediatric, mental health, and adult physical and neurological conditions. Practice environments such as the community, school-based and hospital based care are covered throughout. Specific references for every question and a comprehensive list of resources are provided at the end of the book for further study. Rationales for answer options are provided to explain why the correct answer is right and the other choices are wrong. Provides information on the format of the NBCOT exam and tips for studying and answering test questions.

Kids Can Be Kids

A Childhood Occupations Approach

Author: Shelly J Lane,Anita C Bundy

Publisher: F.A. Davis

ISBN: 0803629672

Category: Medical

Page: 704

View: 1179

This groundbreaking text by two noted educators and practitioners, with contributions by specialists in their fields, presents a comprehensive, evidence-based approach to pediatric therapy. Their work reflects the focus of practice today—facilitating the participation of children and their families in everyday activities in the content of the physical and cultural environments in which they live, go to school, and play. The authors describe the occupational roles of children in an ecocultural context and examine the influence of that context on the participation of a child with physical, emotional, or cognitive limitations.

Understanding Cerebral Palsy

A Guide for Parents and Professionals

Author: Marion Stanton

Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers

ISBN: 0857002562

Category: Education

Page: 224

View: 1735

An invaluable starting point for anyone encountering cerebral palsy for the first time, this book provides essential background information on causes, types and symptoms, as well as vital advice about the treatments, therapies and sources of support available. Practical tips on everyday considerations such as communication, diet and education will help parents achieve the best quality of life for their child. A final chapter explores options after compulsory education and how best to support a young person making the transition to independent adulthood. Using personal experience and case studies as sources of inspiration, as well as a comprehensive list of resources to signpost readers to further information, this positive handbook will help parents and professionals more fully understand cerebral palsy and the different options available to people with the condition.

Feeding the Disabled Child

Author: Peter B. Sullivan,Lewis Rosenbloom

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781898683087

Category: Medical

Page: 160

View: 4426

This volume explores certain problems typical to disabled children in the context of normal feeding development in infants and covers a wide variety of complications that may result. The authors describe the clinical and nutritional assessment and the application of diagnostic imaging techniques in the evaluation of such children. The core of the volume covers the methods of management of these children's problems and ranges from oro-motor therapy to various techniques for enteral feeding. Finally, the authors explore the ethical issues raised by the vigorous intervention needed to improve the nutritional state of severely disabled children, together with the need to provide ongoing psychological support for their caregivers.

Practices in Children's Nursing E-Book

Author: Ethel Trigg,Toby Mohammed,Louise Ford,Hermione Montgomery,Vicky Vidler

Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences

ISBN: 0702044458

Category: Medical

Page: 520

View: 779

The skills required by children’s nurses are many and varied, and are undertaken in a variety of settings. This book provides a clinical manual of common practices. Each practice is research-based and presented in a common format which covers: Objectives, Rationale, Factors to note, Guidelines, Positioning, Equipment, Method, Special observations and possible complications, and References and further reading. The guidelines have been written specifically for children’s nursing by contributors from well-known children’s units. They are not simply adaptations from adult practices and therefore recognise the unique differences between adult and children’s nursing. The introductory section covers common concepts and infection control. There are also appendices on the use of play as a distraction, and on complementary therapies. The common format of each practice makes the book easy to use and refer to in a clinical setting. Each practice is based on the latest research to ensure it is evidence-based and up to date Introductory chapters cover issues common to all practices to make the book easier to use. The appendix on play reinforces its common usage as a distraction technique A chapter on complementary therapies explains these as they are becoming more widespread All practices have been reviewed by regional centres to avoid parochialism Content reorganised to reflect the Essential Skills Clusters from the NMC New chapter on communicating with children All chapters updated to reflect the current evidence base

Sensorische Integrationstherapie

Theorie und Praxis

Author: Anne G. Fisher,Elizabeth A. Murray,Anita C. Bundy

Publisher: Springer-Verlag

ISBN: 3662098644

Category: Medical

Page: 623

View: 6485

Das Bobath-Konzept

Wurzeln, Entwicklungen, neue Aspekte

Author: Frauke Biewald

Publisher: Elsevier,Urban&FischerVerlag

ISBN: 9783437456367

Category:

Page: 204

View: 6356

Das Bobath-Konzept ist eine der anerkanntesten Möglichkeiten, Kinder und Erwachsene mit neurologischen Störungen zu therapieren. Hier wird es erstmals aus unterschiedlichen Blickwinkeln vorgestellt: - Historie; - Beiträge aus den einzelnen Therapiebereichen; - Berichte von Angehörigen und Patienten. Ein Portrait des Bobath-Konzepts mit seinen Wurzeln, Entwicklungen und neuen Erkenntnissen - aus der Sicht von Physio-, Ergo- und Sprachtherapeuten, Medizinern Pflegenden, einer Mutter und eines Patienten. Namhafte Autorinnen und Autoren schildern, wie die Grundideen von Förderung der Aktivitäten für den Alltag entstand und wie sie heute umgesetzt werden. Dabei kommen historische Stationen und neurophysiologische Grundlagen zur Sprache, im Mittelpunkt steht jedoch die konkrete Anwendung im jeweiligen Therapiebereich. Die Therapeuten vermitteln ihre praktischen Erfahrungen und geben Einblicke in die Vielfalt und Komplexität der Behandlungsmöglichkeiten. Lebendig wird der Hintergrund des Konzepts durch Rückblicke auf das Leben und die Arbeit von Bertha und Karel Bobath. Das Buch gibt erstmals Einblicke, wie das Bobath-Konzept in seiner ganzen Interdisziplinarität Anwendung findet und ist für alle am therapeutischen Prozess Beteiligten ein fachlicher, aber auch menschlicher Gewinn!

Durch die gläserne Tür - Lebensbericht einer Autistin

Author: Temple Grandin

Publisher: Verlag Rad und Soziales

ISBN: N.A

Category: Psychology

Page: 187

View: 4151

Der große amerikanische Kinoerfolg „Rain Man“ erzählt die Geschichte des Autisten Raymond mit anrührender Unmittelbarkeit und unpathetischer Leichtigkeit. Ebenso eindringlich und geradeaus ist die Geschichte der Autistin Temple Grandin, die übrigens mithalf, „Rain Man“ - Hauptdarsteller Dustin Hoffman auf seine anspruchsvolle Rolle vorzubereiten. Aus ihrer außergewöhnlichen Perspektive schildert Temple Grandin ihren zähen Kampf gegen die bizarren Symptome des Autismus: etwa das Unvermögen, ihre Bewegungen zu kontrollieren, die Besessenheit mit einer Beschäftigung, ihre Geräuschempfindlichkeit, die Überreiztheit ihres Nervensystems überhaupt, oder ihre anfängliche totale Unfähigkeit, mittels Sprache oder auch nur Körperkontakt eine Verbindung zur Außenwelt herzustellen - obwohl sie gerade dies sehnlichst wünschte. Dass es ihr schließlich dennoch glückte, sich aus ihrem gläsernen Gefängnis zu befreien, verdankt sie ihrem eigenen Erfindungsreichtum: Sie konstruierte einen Apparat, mit dessen Hilfe sie körperliche Berührung zulassen, aber auch kontrollieren konnte. Diese „Zaubermaschine“ wie auch die liebevolle Zuwendung einiger weniger Menschen öffneten ihr den Weg durch die gläserne Tür in die reale Welt.