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  1. Movement Activities for Children with Learning Difficulties

    Movement Activities for Children with Learning Difficulties

    Bren Pointer

    This book offers a variety of movement activities, in the form of games and skills, for all those involved in educating children through movement. Written primarily for those working with children with learning difficulties, the practices can be adapted and modified to accommodate a wide range of ability. Learn More
    1992, 112pp
  2. Housing Options for Disabled People

    Housing Options for Disabled People

    Edited by Ruth Bull

    This book describes the processes involved in rehousing or adapting existing accomodation, identifying the professionals who may contribute and highlighting the role of the occupational therapist. The book will be of use to a range of professionals, including occupational therapists, architects, social workers and more. Learn More
    1998, 288pp
  3. Brain Injury and Returning to Employment

    Brain Injury and Returning to Employment

    A Guide for Practitioners

    James Japp

    The multi-disability nature of acquired brain injury and its complex effects make the return to employment particularly problematic. This book provides a clear overview of the cognitive and psychological difficulties associated with brain injury and discusses how people affected by it can prepare for and remain in employment. Learn More
    2004, 144pp
  4. Integrated Yoga

    Integrated Yoga

    Yoga with a Sensory Integrative Approach

    Nicole Cuomo

    This book presents basic postures and sequences for children and young people which can be adapted for adults. Cuomo gives practical advice for how to choose appropriate sequences according to the child's particular needs and mood, knowing that yoga will be most beneficial when it is fun! Photographs of each posture supplement the descriptions. Learn More
    2007, 104pp
  5. Fuzzy Buzzy Groups for Children with Developmental and Sensory Processing Difficulties

    Fuzzy Buzzy Groups for Children with Developmental and Sensory Processing Difficulties

    A Step-by-Step Resource

    Fiona Brownlee and Lindsay Munro, illustrated by Aisling Nolan

    This resource has been devised to address the needs of children with sensory processing difficulties and development delay in specialist and inclusive settings. It contains everything you need to run a Fuzzy Buzzy group: from advice for choosing sensory food and drink to tips for involving parents in the group and sourcing sensory materials. Learn More
    2009, 96pp
  6. The Core Concepts of Occupational Therapy

    The Core Concepts of Occupational Therapy

    A Dynamic Framework for Practice

    Jennifer Creek

    Based on the work of the terminology project group of the European Network of Occupational Therapy in Higher Education (ENOTHE), this book selects and defines the core building blocks of occupational therapy theory. Consensus definitions of a wide range of terms are developed through an analysis of published definitions from around the world. Learn More
    2010, 256pp
  7. Group and Individual Work with Older People

    Group and Individual Work with Older People

    A Practical Guide to Running Successful Activity-based Programmes

    Swee Hong Chia, Julie Heathcote and Jane Marie Hibberd, illustrated by Illustrations by Andy Hibberd

    Introducing the concept of PIE (Planning, Implementation and Evaluation), this resource will enable professionals working with older people to initiate and run successful activity-based programmes, either individually or in groups. The authors guide the reader through the processes, and provide step-by-step instructions for a range of activities. Learn More
    2011, 208pp
  8. Music and the Social Model

    Music and the Social Model

    An Occupational Therapist's Approach to Music with People Labelled as Having Learning Disabilities

    Jane Q. Williams

    Accessible and inspirational, the unique approaches in this book provide everything you need to know to empower people with learning difficulties to experience and enjoy music. Written from an Occupational Therapy perspective, it offers a host of tips, resources and examples, including downloadable tracks performed and composed by The LA Buskers. Learn More
    2013, 216pp
  9. An Occupational Therapist's Guide to Sleep and Sleep Problems

    An Occupational Therapist's Guide to Sleep and Sleep Problems

    Edited by Andrew Green and Cary Brown

    For the first time, this comprehensive book tells occupational therapists everything they need to know about sleep and sleep disorders. With contributions from experienced OTs, each chapter includes essential scientific knowledge, research and case studies to give OTs new understanding on how they can help patients suffering from sleep problems. Learn More
    2015, 368pp
  10. Goal Setting and Motivation in Therapy

    Goal Setting and Motivation in Therapy

    Engaging Children and Parents

    Edited by Anne A. Poulsen, Jenny Ziviani and Monica Cuskelly

    This book looks at all aspects of goal setting, a key concern for therapists working with children. Explaining theory, as well as the important issues for practice, this book presents innovative approaches developed by the editors that will increase understanding of goal setting within therapeutic settings. Learn More
    2015, 272pp

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