This edition offers an introduction to occupational therapy, including its role and purpose, history and future. It highlights profession-wide concepts such as dynamic systems, narrative and occupational form. The book also notes contributions made to occupational therapy's knowledge development throughout the world and culminates with a view to the future of the field, examining theories such as occupational science and their impact on occupational therapy.
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Published April 1, 1992
by F a Davis Co.
Professional & Technical.