Community Practice in Occupational Therapy: A Guide to Serving the Community is an essential community practice resource for occupational therapy. This book integrates the history of health care and principles of management, marketing, and economics to provide guidelines for community practice. This informative guide provides readers with the tools for developing a marketing plan, search for funding of practice, and plans for the implementation and evaluation of a community program. Community Practice in Occupational Therapy: A Guide to Serving the Community contains learning objectives, chapter summaries, case studies and PowerPoints.
Civilizations fail when they become trapped in a way of looking at the world that no longer works. For many, globalization is pushing us to the edge of disaster - an onward march of blinkered vision, encouraging passivity, moral blindness and a culture of dependency. A Community Manifesto is an elegantly written polemic offering a new way of looking at our social, cultural and economic realities. Tackling the crucial dimensions of personal responsibility, consensus and community, it shows how we can find a new language through which we can reinvigorate our individual and social lives, developing the resourcefulness we need but which proves so difficult to cultivate. The vision it presents is persuasive and very timely - only by building community can human society evolve and progress.
This book is for ages 6 to 12 years. Similar in themes to "A Colonial Community", this book illustrates a different kind of life in the early 1900s. "A Pioneer Community" shows different homes, from the first dirt-floor house to the fancy Victorian-era home. A visual map of a pioneer community gives the young reader a quick overview of the buildings it contains. Other topics include: early transportation, craftspeople and their tools, clothing styles, and farm life.
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