2016 CATALOG

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Publications & CE

2016 CATALOG

Books • Continuing Education • Exam Prep

Assessments • Periodicals • Practice Guidelines

Consumer Guides • Awareness

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Contents

Publications & CE

Across Practice Areas/General Practice........................... 6

Administration & Management.........................................13

Assessment & Evaluation.....................................................15

Assistive Technology & Environmental

Modifications...................................................................... 20

Autism...........................................................................................22

Brain & Cognition.....................................................................24

Children & Youth......................................................................29

Developmental & Learning Disabilities..........................33

Driving & Community Mobility..........................................34

Education: Academic & Fieldwork/NBCOT ®

Exam Prep.............................................................................36

Ethics..............................................................................................39

Hand & Shoulder..................................................................... 42

History...........................................................................................43

Mental Health........................................................................... 44

Occupational Therapy Practice Framework................46

Older Adults................................................................................47

Physical Rehabilitation...........................................................51

Reference Works...................................................................... 54

School-Based Practice...........................................................56

Sensory Integration & Processing....................................59

Vision.............................................................................................61

Work...............................................................................................63

Practice Guidelines........................................................ 64

Periodicals & Research Tools....................................... 66

Public Awareness........................................................... 68

Consumer Guides.......................................................... 69

Order Information......................................................... 70

Educator Resources........................................................71

Index................................................................................ 72

AOTA Press &

Continuing Education

AOTA Press and AOTA Continuing Education are divisions of the

American Occupational Therapy Association. Focused exclusively

on occupational therapy, we are dedicated to enhancing the professional

knowledge and skills of educators, clinicians, fieldwork

educators, and students, as well as articulating the role and significance

of occupational therapy to other health care professionals and

consumers.

We take great pride in offering products—in a variety of subject

areas—of the highest quality and proven value through the 2016

AOTA Publications & CE Catalog.

In the Publications sections—Look for new and best-selling AOTA

Press–produced books and assessments and print and electronic

publications with the latest and most relevant information in your

practice areas.

In the CE sections—Look for important learning opportunities to

advance your knowledge and skills. AOTA CE courses assist you in

implementing best practices for meeting client needs. Flexible options

include CD/DVD, print, online, and mobile learning.

In other important sections—Look for Exam Prep, Practice Guidelines,

Consumer Guides, periodicals, and public awareness materials.

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FROM AOTA PRESS

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FROM AOTA CONTINUING EDUCATION

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AOTA PRESS

Members receive up

to 30% off AOTA Press

publications!

AOTA Press, a division of the American Occupational Therapy Association, is a leading publisher of print and online

occupational therapy information for OT and OTA students, educators, researchers, and clinicians. AOTA Press provides

high-quality, timely content that reflects the latest in research and clinical practice as well as the values and ethics of

the occupational therapy profession.

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Texts for Adoption

AOTA Press offers textbooks, Practice Guidelines, assessments, and exam prep of the highest quality and proven value to occupational

therapy faculty and students. Read through this catalog to find books for course adoption. Visit www.aota.org/OTEducator to complete

the AOTA Adoption Review Request Form. Questions? Call 877-404-2682.

AOTA Press Offers a Wide Variety of Products

Books—AOTA Press publishes key works in administration, assessment, autism, cognition, children

and youth, driving, geriatrics, history, research, school-based practice, vision, and more! Our diverse

and respected list of authors includes those who work in academia, research, and clinical practice.

Scholarly Journal—The American Journal of Occupational Therapy (AJOT), an official publication

of the American Occupational Therapy Association, is published 6 times per year, online and print,

with 3 additional supplements. This peer-reviewed journal focuses on research, practice, education, and health

care issues in the field of occupational therapy and is the premiere journal for occupational therapy research.

See pages 66–67.

Member Benefit! A subscription to AJOT is FREE with your AOTA membership. AOTA members receive online

access to the British Journal of Occupational Therapy and the Canadian Journal of Occupational Therapy, too!

Occupational Therapy Practice Framework—The Framework is a must-have official document from the

American Occupational Therapy Association. Intended for occupational therapy practitioners and students,

other health care professionals, educations, researchers, payers, and consumers, the Framework summarizes

the interrelated constructs that describe occupational therapy practice. See page 46.

Member Benefit! Members receive a complementary PDF version of the Framework through AJOT. See

page 46 for information on purchasing a printed copy for your library.

Occupational Therapy Practice Guidelines Series—Using an evidence-based perspective and key

concepts from the Occupational Therapy Practice Framework, guidelines provide an overview of the occupational

therapy process for various adult and pediatric topics. Practice Guidelines are useful tools for

improving the quality of health care, enhancing consumer satisfaction, promoting appropriate use of

services, and reducing costs. See pages 64–65.

Assessments—Evidence-based and peer-reviewed assessments span the life course. See pages 15–18.

Exam Prep—AOTA’s new online NBCOT® Exam Prep program is the most comprehensive and effective

way for OTs and OTAs to prepare for the biggest test of their career—at their own pace, any time and any

place. Developed and reviewed by top occupational therapy leaders and educators across all practice areas,

this course includes hundreds of self-assessment questions and vital tools that will help students and new

graduates focus on the topics they’ll need to master. Subscriptions include access for 1 year from the date of

purchase. Take a test drive of 10 questions today at http://nbcotexamprep.aota.org. See page 38.

Consumer Guides—Practical guides for clients recovering from hip or knee surgery or for those receiving

treatment for carpal tunnel syndrome. Includes supplementary treatment information during and after

therapy sessions, with illustrations, checklists, and more, plus opportunities for the therapist to customize

patient notes. Excellent tools for client and therapist! See page 69.

Test drive 10 questions today at

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AOTA Continuing Education

AOTA offers high-quality and relevant

continuing education (CE) exclusively

for occupational therapy practitioners.

Recognized by many state licensure

boards and certification bodies, AOTA

CE courses are relevant to professional

development and continued competency.

We celebrate the uniqueness of

occupational therapy and offer courses

that develop necessary professional

skills in changing environments. Select

from a wide variety of topics to develop

skills for professional success and improved

client outcomes. AOTA continuing

education is hosted on AOTA LEARN

(www.aota.org/learn) and provides

you with convenient, personalized

transcripts and CE certificates that you

can download and print. AOTA LEARN

makes it easy to maintain your AOTA

CE records for licensure, employers, and

certification.

AOTA Continuing Education Available in Convenient Formats

CE Articles (CEAs) provide relevant learning on a variety of topics in a convenient format for the busy professional. CEAs are published

monthly in OT Practice or available online at AOTA LEARN (www.aota.org/learn). These affordably priced, targeted-learning opportunities

are a good choice for meeting your professional development needs.

AJOT Article CE and Special Interest Topic CE are article-based courses that allow you to read evidence-based articles and to gain

relevant information from practitioners in the field. These affordably priced products are created for therapists interested in immediate

application of evidence-based interventions and ideas.

CE Chapters are designed to support occupational therapy practitioners in applying information from bestselling AOTA Press publications

to clinical practice. CE Chapters offer recognition of the professional learning that occurs through reading, answering questions,

considering case scenarios, or completing other CE activities.

Online Courses provide instant access to a variety of courses 24/7 from your computer, netbook, or tablet. With convenient instant access,

complete the course and course assessment at your pace. Receive your course certificate (download or print) and a transcript containing

all of your AOTA CE courses for easy reference and submission of CE activities for licensure, certifications, and employers. Online

courses are self-paced and PowerPoint-based, webcast-based, or text-based.

Self-Paced Clinical Courses (SPCCs) are printed books offering flexible in-depth study. A published book allows you to retain a convenient

reference and choose a learning schedule that fits your lifestyle. SPCCs are approved to receive non-degree graduate credits from

Colorado State University. Earn a full year of CE credit for licensure and recertification for one low price (check requirements of your state

licensure board). SPCC exams are online, offering instant grading with quick and easy access to your course certificate and transcript.

Note: Mailed submission of SPCC exam scantron sheets has been discontinued.

Distributed Products allow you to take advantage of educational opportunities produced by CE providers through an agreement with

AOTA. Bulk discounts do not apply to distributed products. An email confirmation is sent within 2 business days, excluding holiday and

weekends, granting you access to their online course.

To view AOTA CE course information and learn more about any of the CE products in this catalog, please enter the order number of the

course in the search box at store.aota.org. For additional assistance, contact cedept@aota.org.

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See What's New!

AOTA Continuing Education is adding new courses and enhanced learning features in

2016. Check out www.aota.org/CE to learn more.

Bulk Purchase Discounts

Discounts apply to eligible purchases of 3 or more AOTA CE products ordered at one time by one customer. Webcasts, discounted sets, and

distributed products are not eligible for bulk purchase discounts.

Save 10% When You Order 3–5 CE products/courses.

Save 15% When You Order 6–10 CE products/courses.

Save 20% When You Order 11–19 CE products/courses.

Save 25% When You Order 20+ CE products/courses.

Note: Products available as “SETS” offer a 15% discount. Set discounts will not be included in bulk purchases.

OT Academic Programs—Special pricing rates are available for the use of CE and Exam Prep materials in the classroom and at home.

For CE, email celectures@aota.org to learn more. For Exam Prep, email institutionalgroupsales@aota.org.

Occupational Therapy Employers/Groups—Special group pricing is available to meet the CE needs of your occupational therapy staff.

Please email cedept@aota.org to learn more.

Order CE Online or by Phone

Register for CE products found in these pages online or by phone. To order online, go to http://store.aota.org, and search by order number

or by keyword. To order by phone, call toll-free 877-404-AOTA (2682) or 800-877-8555 (TDD).

AOTA has the tools you need to succeed!

Visit the CE learning site, AOTA LEARN, at www.aota.org/learn,

access using your AOTA credentials (or create an account if you

do not already have one). AOTA LEARN continues to expand

in 2016. Look for new course options and formats, as well as

increased learning opportunities to help you succeed in your

exciting occupational therapy career.

Continuing Education Articles

AOTA Continuing Education Articles (CEAs) offer current, practice-focused information published 11 times per year

in OT Practice and available online when purchased. CEAs include learning objectives and a brief online exam.

Articles are available for earning credit for 2 years from the date of publication. Look for an expanded library of

available CEAs in 2016.

Earn .1 AOTA CEU (1.25 NBCOT PDUs/1 contact hour) per article.

AOTA Members: $34.95 each, Nonmembers: $46 each

AOTA CE courses that are

relevant to your practice

may meet one or more

of the knowledge criteria

for either AOTA Board

Certification or AOTA Specialty

Certification. A list of

recommended continuing education to support knowledge

criteria in your practice area can be found at www.aota.org/

certification.

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ACROSS PRACTICE AREAS / GENERAL PRACTICE

Bestseller!

Task Analysis: An Individual,

Group, and Population Approach,

3rd Edition

By Sylvia A. Wilson, MSc, OT(C), and

Gregg Landry, MHA, OT

Using the Occupational Therapy Practice

Framework as its guide, the 3rd Edition

of this foundational work focuses on

understanding clients and their immediate

environments and how to improve FLASH DRIVE

clients’ health across the lifespan at

the individual, group, and population levels. Important updates

include chapters on aging adults and care planning.

Chapter Highlights—

Part I. Domain and Process of Occupational Therapy

• Chapter 1. Historical Perspective: Intervention Through Activity

• Chapter 2. Occupational Therapy Services: A Distinct Approach

• Chapter 3. Domain and Dimensions of Occupational Therapy

• Chapter 4. Occupational Therapy Process

• Chapter 5. Occupational Therapy Service Delivery to Individuals,

Groups, and Populations

• Chapter 6. Care Planning: Needs Analysis and Use in

Consultation

Part II. Occupation and Intervention Strategies

• Chapter 7. Occupations Across the Lifespan

• Chapter 8. Play as Occupation

• Chapter 9. Education as Occupation

• Chapter 10. Activities of Daily Living as Occupation

• Chapter 11. Adolescence and Emerging Adulthood

• Chapter 12. Adulthood: Maintaining Meaningful Lifestyles

• Chapter 13. Older Adults: Transitions for Successful Aging

• Chapter 14. Healthy Communities

• Appendixes include AOTA official documents, as well as a client

task analysis form.

This new edition also includes case examples, exercises to apply

new learning, and a flash drive with an extensive client profile and

task analysis form.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-534-7, 282 pages, 2014

Order #900534. AOTA Members: $59, Nonmembers: $84

Available for course adoption.

Bestseller!

The Texture of Life: Occupations

and Related Activities, 4th Edition

Edited by Jim Hinojosa, PhD, OT, BCP, FAOTA,

and Marie-Louise Blount, AM, OT, FAOTA

This new edition presents a theoretical

foundation for the idea of occupation,

framed within historical and current

practice and developed from within the

occupational therapy profession. Using

language from the Occupational Therapy

Practice Framework and from the International

Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health, updated

chapters detail aspects of occupation such as activity analysis,

activity synthesis, and clinical reasoning and explore how to apply

activity across various settings.

Numerous case examples guide readers through the intervention

process, providing clear, practical examples of activity-based

occupational therapy. Exercises challenge students and practitioners

to consider their own biases and perspectives, the unique set

of circumstances that each client presents, and the most appropriate

intervention strategy. Students and experienced practitioners

alike can use this important resource to further develop their

understanding of occupation, better articulate its complex nature,

and apply its principles in the clinic.

Highlights include—

• Occupation across the lifespan

• Activity analysis

• Occupational profile

• Activity synthesis as a means to occupation

• Clinical reasoning

• Application of activities to increase occupational performance

• Facilitating occupational performance

• Occupation and activities in groups

• Leisure, work, and self-care occupations

• Care and caregiving

• Occupations in the context of spirituality

• Occupations, activities, and empowerment.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-352-7, 457 pages, 2014

Order #900352. AOTA Members: $89, Nonmembers: $126

Available for course adoption.

MORE RESOURCES

• 2015 AOTA Salary and Workforce Survey, p. 13

• AOTA Practice Guidelines, p. 64

• Assessment & Evaluation Resources, p. 15

• Ethics Resources, p. 39

• Occupational Therapy Practice Framework, p. 46

• The Reference Manual of the Official Documents of the

American Occupational Therapy Association, Inc., 20th

Edition, p. 54

• A Writer’s Toolkit for Occupational Therapy and Health

Care Professionals, p. 54

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ACROSS PRACTICE AREAS / GENERAL PRACTICE

New!

Perspectives for Occupation-

Based Practice: Foundation and

Future of Occupational Therapy,

3rd Edition

Edited by Rita P. Fleming-Castaldy, MA, OT/L,

FAOTA

The wealth of scholarship available

to occupational therapy educators,

students, researchers, and clinicians can

be overwhelming. This foundational,

classic text provides a curated resource

of the “best of the best” of occupational

therapy literature, including seminal works from the profession’s

history; pivotal Eleanor Clarke Slagle Lectures; and contemporary,

peer-reviewed U.S. and international occupational therapy journal

articles.

Seven sections cover the core aspects of the profession. Each begins

with a thought-provoking introductory chapter that includes

several reflective activities to foster personal insights and professional

development.

Highlights—

• Part I. Occupational Therapy’s Heritage: Historical and Philosophical

Foundations for Occupation-Based Practice

• Part II. Theoretical and Conceptual Frameworks to Guide

Occupation-Based Practice

• Part III. Contextual Considerations for Engagement in Occupation

and Participation

• Part IV. The Conscious Use of Self: Joining With People to

Enable Occupational Engagement

• Part V. Tools of Practice That Enable Occupational Engagement

• Part VI. The Scholarship of Occupation-Based and Evidence-

Based Practice

• Part VII. Envisioning the Future of Occupation-Based Practice

• Appendix—Occupational Therapy Practice Framework: Domain

and Process

Perspectives for Occupation-Based Practice presents the richness

of occupational therapy’s heritage while addressing current realities

and future directions for practice. The inclusion of historical

quotes and tables from the profession’s founding years illustrates

how relevant early leaders have remained. Readers will receive

a solid theoretical and philosophical grounding for practice and

realistic and relevant guidelines for best practice through the occupational

therapy process. This anthology provides readers with

the opportunity to review the literature as an integrated whole,

facilitating engagement in the content and a higher level of

thinking.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-360-2, 894 pages, 2014

Order #900360. AOTA Members: $79, Nonmembers: $139

Available for course adoption.

Bestseller!

Ways of Living: Intervention

Strategies to Enable Participation,

4th Edition

Edited by Charles H. Christiansen, EdD, OTR,

OT(C), FAOTA, and Kathleen M. Matuska, MPH,

OTR/L

Foreword by Gary Kielhofner, DrPH, OTR/L,

AOTA

People experience and value their health

in terms of its ability to participate in life.

Occupational therapy professionals strive

for meaningful occupational performance as an outcome with clients,

recognizing that physical, mental, and emotional health are

enablers to that outcome.

This edition reflects the terminology of the Occupational Therapy

Practice Framework and content in light of the new realities of

health care, including intervention strategies beyond adaptation

to ADL and IADL challenges. Strategies, including evaluation and

planning, are featured on topics such as

• ADLs and IADLs

• Developmental disabilities in children and adults

• Rheumatic diseases

• Spinal cord injury

• Stroke

• Movement disorders

• Upper-extremity amputation

• Severe burns

• Alzheimer’s disease

• Traumatic brain injury

• Psychiatric disabilities

• Vision loss

• Sexuality and disability

• Assistive technology

• Environmental adaptations

• Home-based care.

The 20 chapters include nearly 300 tables, figures, and case examples

to illustrate key points, as well as “Highlights” boxes. This

book is valuable to students, practitioners, and researchers who

need current information on the breadth of occupational therapy’s

services.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-298-8, 566 pages, 2011

Order #1970B. AOTA Members: $89, Nonmembers: $126

Available for course adoption.

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ACROSS PRACTICE AREAS / GENERAL PRACTICE

Sexuality and Occupational

Therapy: Strategies for Persons

With Disabilities

Edited by Bernadette Hattjar, DrOT, MEd,

OTR/L, CWCE

Sexual activity is considered to be an

ADL by the Occupational Therapy Practice

Framework, and it is valued among many

people. Clients who experience an illness

or injury are entitled to engage in that

occupation, but sexuality is not typically

addressed in occupational therapy’s clinical

or educational settings.

This illustrated book is intended for occupational therapy clinicians,

educators, and students who seek to acquire greater understanding

of how to address sexuality concerns in occupational

therapy practice, including approaching the topic, understanding

the specifics, and referring to an appropriate specialist in this area.

Highlights include—

• Overview of occupational therapy and sexuality

• Arthritis

• Cancer

• Diabetes

• Spinal cord injury

• Cardiovascular disease

• Traumatic brain injury

• Stroke

• Mental disorders

• Adolescents with disabilities.

Occupational therapy endeavors to treat the “whole person,”

and this book reflects that holistic spirit.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-308-4, 300 pages, 2012

Order #1263. AOTA Members: $55, Nonmembers: $79

Available for course adoption.

Bestseller!

Culture and Occupation: A Model

of Empowerment in Occupational

Therapy

By Roxie M. Black, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA, and

Shirley A. Wells, MPH, OTR, FAOTA

This work emphasizes the role that

culture and cultural competence play in

occupational therapy. The Cultural Competency

Model introduced in this book

helps practitioners, educators, researchers,

and students develop self-awareness

and the concept of power, attain cultural

knowledge, and improve cross-cultural skills.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-243-8, 312 pages, 2007

Order #1241. AOTA Members: $55, Nonmembers: $79

Available for course adoption.

Life Balance: Multidisciplinary

Theories and Research

Edited by Kathleen Matuska, MPH, OTR/L, and

Charles Christiansen, EdD, OTR, OT(C), FAOTA

This unique text, which offers empirical

research and theories from an international

conference, addresses how to conceptualize

life balance as distinguishable

among other positive state constructs.

Chapter topics include optimal lifestyle

mix, measuring life balance, integrity and

values, time use imbalance, and professional

coaching across the lifespan.

This forward-thinking work implements a multidisciplinary

approach to life balance with contributions from psychological,

sociological, occupational, economical, leisure, and family studies

and will be of interest to occupational therapy and occupational

science communities, professionals in wellness and holistic health,

and those specializing in psychology and sociology.

Co-published by AOTA Press and Slack Incorporated.

ISBN-13: 978-1-55642-906-4, 274 pages, 2009

Order #1243. AOTA Members/Nonmembers: $55

Available for course adoption.

Living With Illness or Disability:

10 Lessons of Acceptance,

Understanding, and Perseverance

By Sharon A. Gutman, PhD, OTR/L

Some people, when faced with a serious

illness or disability, can repair their spirit

and rebuild their lives, while others appear

to lose hope and deteriorate. Some even find

that their lives have become more personally

rewarding, because they believe their

illness or disability has enhanced their appreciation

for the opportunity to be alive.

This book presents 10 transformational experiences and 10

common themes that emerged from them. Practitioners across

many settings can use the thought-provoking exercises that

infuse occupational therapy practice with Eastern techniques and

Western cognitive therapy to help clients incorporate the themes

into daily life to enhance life meaning and satisfaction. Share in

the perspective of clients and use the interviews and exercises to

develop personal approaches. Includes reference card about 10 lessons

ideal for clients.

ISBN-10: 1-56900-211-8, 149 pages, 2005

Order #1235. AOTA Members/Nonmembers: $14.95

Available for course adoption.

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ACROSS PRACTICE AREAS / GENERAL PRACTICE

Now Available at AOTA!

Therapeutic Gardens: Design for

Healing Spaces

By Daniel Winterbottom and Amy Wagenfeld

More than ever before, landscape architects,

garden designers, and health care

professionals are asked to create gardens

that meet the physical, psychological,

emotional, and social needs of a wide

range of user groups. This collaborative

approach between an occupational therapist

and landscape architect successfully translates the principles

of therapeutic design into practice. Using examples from around

the world, this practical guide demonstrates how gardens can support

learning, movement, reconciliation, and memorialization, as

well as improve physical and psychological health.

ISBN-13: 978-1-60469-442-0, 324 pages, 2015

Order: #694420. AOTA Members: $39, Nonmembers: $45

Distributed product

For the Love of Occupation:

Reflections on a Career in

Occupational Therapy

By Mildred Ross, OTR/L, FAOTA

As occupational therapy approaches the

centennial founding as a profession and

looks forward to challenges never before

faced, we must draw on the lessons of the

past to help inform our future. The time

is right to read For the Love of Occupation,

a storehouse of remembrances from

an honored occupational therapist whose

career spans more than 50 years. Her reflections and wise words

will inspire readers to see the occupation in occupational therapy

intervention as most meaningful to creating happy, healthful lives

for clients and their families.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-244-5, 122 pages, 2009

Order #1246. AOTA Members: $19, Nonmembers: $27

Available for course adoption.

Living Life To Its Fullest ® : Stories of

Occupational Therapy

Edited by Ashley Hofmann and Molly Strzelecki

Foreword by Rebecca Austill-Clausen, MS,

OTR/L, FAOTA

This collection of narratives by occupational

therapy and other health care

professionals, clients, and their families

individually and together articulate what

occupational therapy is, how it contributes

to help individuals fully live their

lives in ways that are meaningful, and how occupational therapy

has helped practitioners develop and define their own lives and

practices. Authors have personalized recollections of professional

passion, love, advocacy, community integration, spirituality, roles,

occupations, and meaningful activities that will inspire readers.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-294-0, 203 pages, 2010

Order #1254. AOTA Members: $19, Nonmembers: $27

Available for course adoption.

Coming Soon!

Transitions Across the Lifespan:

An Occupational Therapy

Approach

Edited by Meira L. Orentlicher, PhD, OTR/L,

FAOTA; Sandra Schefkind, MS, OTR/L; and

Robert Gibson, PhD, OTR/L

Occupational therapy practitioners increasingly

serve clients at critical times of

transition as people experience planned

and unplanned transitions throughout

their lifespan. This comprehensive text

is the first to offer an occupational therapy approach to clients’

transition needs, from the neonatal intensive care unit and school

to aging and end of life.

Aligned with Occupational Therapy Practice Framework, this

work explores the various transitions people experience and the

ways in which occupational therapy can facilitate better intervention

outcomes as clients face changes and challenges in their lives.

Chapters include—

Prologue: Renzo’s Story

Part I. Understanding Transition

• Chapter 1. Foundations of Transition

• Chapter 2. Occupational Therapy and Transition

Part II. Transition Across the Lifespan

• Chapter 3. Early Childhood Transitions

• Chapter 4. Transition Within School

• Chapter 5. Transition From School to Adult Life

• Chapter 6. Transition and Work

• Chapter 7. Transition and Aging

Part III. Universal Considerations in Transition

• Chapter 8. Health Care Transition

• Chapter 9. Mental Health and Emotional Needs in Transition

• Chapter 10. Supportive Environments for Transition

• Chapter 11. Transition in Prevention and Wellness

• Appendixes include related AOTA Official Documents.

Chapters discuss transition-related issues, evidence, and intervention

strategies, and through case examples and questions, challenge

readers to promote learning and encourage best practices.

This exciting new text aims provide students and practitioners

with a clear understanding of the ways in which people experience

transitions and how occupational therapy can provide a key contribution

to transition services delivery.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-372-5, est. 300 pages, 2015

Order #900372. AOTA Members: $69, Nonmembers: $98

Available for course adoption.

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ACROSS PRACTICE AREAS / GENERAL PRACTICE

CONTINUING EDUCATION

Refer to pages 4–5 of this catalog to learn about AOTA CE course formats. Bulk purchase discounts allow you to save more on your CE purchase! Please

read bulk discount information on page 5. CD-ROMs are compatible for use in DVD players.

New!

Earn CE Credit With AJOT

Articles!

Learn about tested treatment strategies

by reading AJOT articles in your area of

practice. Become an evidence-based practitioner

and demonstrate your knowledge

by passing the course exam. Articles

have been selected for their relevance to

practice, fresh ideas, and strong evidence

supporting treatment and the distinct

value of occupational therapy.

All courses:

Earn .1 AOTA CEU (1.25 NBCOT PDUs/1 contact hour).

AOTA Members: $20.99, Nonmembers: $24.99

Interventions for People With ALS

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Update on Productive Aging Research

Order #CEAJOT02

Effectiveness of Interventions to Improve

Occupational Performance of People With Motor

Impairments After Stroke: An Evidence-Based Review

Order #CEAJOT03

Interventions to Improve Driving Performance in

Older Adults

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Sensory Processing Disorder in Children Ages Birth–3

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Psychological or Emotional Impairment After Stroke:

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Habits of the Sensory System and Mental Health:

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Online Course

Health Literacy: Effective Client

Education and Communication

By Cheryl Miller, DrOT, OTR/L

Earn .2 AOTA CEU (2.5 NBCOT PDUs/

2 contact hours).

This course is designed for occupational

therapy practitioners who desire communication

with clients and caregivers.

Learn practical and effective strategies

to provide effective client and caregiver

education using proven communications

techniques. This course offers important information on health

literacy, including evidence-based health literacy assessments and

interventions.

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CD or Online Format Course

Strategic Evidence-Based

Interviewing in Occupational

Therapy

Presented by Renée R. Taylor, PhD

Earn .2 AOTA CEU (2.5 NBCOT PDUs/

2 contact hours).

Communication with clients can be challenging.

This course describes structured

interviews, semi-structured interviews,

and general clinical interviewing. Using evidence-based examples

including interview-based assessments described in the occupational

therapy literature, this course provides a set of norms and

communication strategies that are likely to maximize success in

gathering accurate, relevant, and detailed information. Applying

principles from the Intentional Relationship Model, a case example

demonstrates how the selection of certain modes of communication

at critical times can improve outcomes, particularly with

difficult-to-interview clients.

Recommended reading: The Intentional Relationship: Occupational

Therapy and Use of Self, by Renée Taylor.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-314-5, 2011

Available in online (flash) or CD-ROM format.

Online: Order #OL4844

AOTA Members: $65, Nonmembers: $89

CD: Order #4844

AOTA Members: $75, Nonmembers: $99

CD or Online Format Course

Let’s Think BIG About Wellness

By Winnie Dunn, PhD, OTR, FAOTA

Earn .25 AOTA CEU (3.13 NBCOT

PDUs/2.5 contact hours).

This course provides information useful

across practice settings. Learn about

strengths-based approaches appreciating

global view of wellness and living a

satisfying life. Dr. Winnie Dunn invites us

to consider the larger impact occupational therapy will have if we

think BIG. This course provides an opportunity to explore official

documents supporting our concept of wellness, review examples

of interdisciplinary literature on wellness, and explore strengths

models from other disciplines. This course provides an action plan

for embedding health and wellness perspectives into our current

work.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-328-2, 2011

Available in online (flash) or CD-ROM format.

Online: Order #OL4879

AOTA Members: $65, Nonmembers: $89

CD: Order #4879

AOTA Members: $75, Nonmembers: $99

CONTINUING EDUCATION

ACROSS PRACTICE AREAS / GENERAL PRACTICE

Webcast

2013 Annual Conference Eleanor

Clarke Slagle Lecture by Dr. Glen

Gillen: A Fork in the Road: An

Occupational Hazard?

Presented by Glen Gillen, EdD, OTR, FAOTA

Earn 1 contact hour (1 NBCOT PDU).

The 2013 Eleanor Clarke Slagle lecture

delivered at the AOTA Annual Conference

& Expo in San Diego by Dr. Glen Gillen is

an inspiring lecture exploring contemporary evidence-based practice

in relation to our historical roots and growth as a profession.

Dr. Gillen expertly traces our profession’s voyage away from, and

return to, authentic occupation-based therapy. Dr. Gillen highlights

lessons learned as a profession and mistakes made on our

professional voyage. Each practitioner and student can consider

professional paths that achieve occupational therapy’s destiny to

be a powerful, evidence-based profession.

Flash-based webcast (may not play on iPads).

Order #WA1020

AOTA Members: $24.95, Nonmembers: $49.95

New!

Promoting Medication Adherence: An Occupational

Therapy Approach to Evaluation and Intervention

By Jaclyn Schwartz, PhD, OTR/L

Examine the core concepts of medication management for adults

in physical and psychosocial rehabilitation settings. The course explores

the ideas of medication management, adherence, and basic

medication/pharmacy terminology. Next, the course reviews best

evidence informing the development of best practice assessment

and intervention methods. Course content is designed to be applicable

to practitioners working across the continuum of care from

the intensive care unit to home health. Several case studies will be

examined to practice implementation of core concepts. In addition,

the course explores medication management as an intervention in

the primary care emerging practice area.

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ACROSS PRACTICE AREAS / GENERAL PRACTICE

2015 Conference Presidential

Address by Dr. Stoffel: Engagement,

Exploration, Empowerment

Presented by Dr. Virginia "Ginny" Stoffel, PhD, OT,

BCMH, FAOTA

Earn .75 contact hour.

Why are occupational therapy practitioners

able to facilitate engagement in everyday

life despite complex barriers, limited

resources, and competing priorities? How

do practitioners encourage exploration as a

means toward transformation and capacity-building? In what ways

does empowerment lead to sustainable changes that support full

participation at the personal and family level, the community level,

and the societal level? AOTA President Ginny Stoffel addresses

these questions and illuminates how engagement, exploration,

and empowerment strategies not only enhance our effectiveness

as practitioners, educators, managers and researchers but also

how when applied at the organizational level, AOTA will thrive and

synergize to reach the greatest possible good—meeting society’s

occupational needs.

Order #WA0215

AOTA Members: FREE, Nonmembers: $24.99

2014 Conference Slagle Lecture by

Maralynne D. Mitcham: Education

as Engine

Presented by Maralynne D. Mitcham, PhD,

OTR/L, FAOTA

Earn 1 contact hour (1 NBCOT PDU).

The pull of education is a powerful engine

for societal change. Coupling effective

educational models with emerging knowledge

from research and practice is imperative

if occupational therapy is to fulfill its

ultimate promise for supporting health and engagement in life.

Embarking from diverse pedagogic platforms and following signals

that designate personal learning, the profession is destined to

gather momentum and alight at critical junctures, while staying on

track, to inspire future action that promotes individual and societal

well-being. Do not fall asleep at the switch.

Order #WA1050

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FREE WEBCASTS FOR MEMBERS!

FREE WEBCASTS AT AOTA LEARN

To access free webcasts, go to store.aota.org. Enter the order

number in the search box, and add webcast to cart. After placing

your order, you will receive an email providing information

on accessing the course on AOTA LEARN (www.aota.org/

learn).

2014 Conference Presidential

Address by Dr. Stoffel: Attitude,

Authenticity, and Action: Building

Capacity for Occupational Therapy

Presented by Dr. Virginia "Ginny" Stoffel, PhD, OT,

BCMH, FAOTA

Earn .75 contact hour.

In her presidential address, Dr. Stoffel

reflects on the importance of building capacity

of all occupational therapy practitioners,

OT and OTA students, and educators,

researchers, administrators, and leaders, as well as the organizations

with whom they affiliate. In building on all aspects of the

AOTA Centennial Vision, an attitude of confidence, collaboration,

and passion generates spirited leadership that will fuel our efforts.

Order #WA1060

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2014 Conference Welcome &

Keynote Address: The Wounded

Warrior and the Art of

Independence

Presented by Staff Sergeant Travis Mills, Sergeant

Monte Bernardo, and Corporal Tim Donley

Earn .50 contact hour.

The use of occupation-based practice has

been the foundation for recovery in the

lives of our wounded service members.

This year’s keynote will tell the story of 3

wounded warriors and their unique individual experiences with occupational

therapy. They will discuss the unique relationship with

their OT and how, as a team, they were able to realize the potential

for the rest of their lives.

Order #WA1070. AOTA Members/Nonmembers: FREE

2015 Conference Welcome &

Keynote Address: Queen Bees

and Wannabes: Insights Into

Preventing Bullying

Presented by Rosalind Wiseman

Earn .50 contact hour.

Rosalind Wiseman, whose book Queen Bees

and Wannabes was the inspiration for the

movie Mean Girls, is a well-known expert

on effective (and sometimes surprising)

ways to prevent and stop bullying. She’ll

talk about what’s really going on in social hierarchies and share

effective ways occupational therapy practitioners can help all kids

(and even adults) not just survive, but thrive, as they navigate

social group dynamics.

Order #WA0115

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CONTINUING EDUCATION

2015 Conference Slagle Lecture by

Helen S. Cohen, OTR, FAOTA:

A Career in Inquiry

Presented by Helen S. Cohen, EdD, OTR, FAOTA

Earn 1 contact hour.

Inquiry is the act of asking questions.

One aspect of inquiry is the collection of

evidence, and many leaders in occupational

therapy have reminded therapists to use

evidence-based practice. Inquiry is broader

than the collection of evidence, however.

This lecture gives examples of several types of research performed

by occupational therapists, explains how therapists can and should

be involved in the research process, discusses several other types of

inquiry, and discusses how occupational therapists can and should

base their careers on inquiry on a daily basis, making inquiry an

ADL for all occupational therapists.

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Home Modifications 101: Kitchen

Modifications for Older Adults

By Monique Chabot, OTD, OTR/L and Carolyn

Sithong, MS, OTR/L, SCEM, CAPS

Earn .1 AOTA CEU (1.25 NBCOT PDUs/

1 contact hour).

This webcast introduces the participant to

common barriers impacting independence

in meal preparation and kitchen-related

activities for older adults. Universal design

principles and suggestions for simple home

modifications to decrease barriers to kitchen function, to support

the ability of the client to age in place, are also described. A case

study application is provided to illustrate the basic concepts and

demonstrate their use in an actual client situation. Following the

presentation, the participant completes a multiple-choice examination

that contains photos of an actual client kitchen for application

of the concepts learned.

Order #WA1031. Members/Nonmembers: FREE

ADMINISTRATION & MANAGEMENT

New!

2015 AOTA Salary and

Workforce Survey

By American Occupational Therapy

Association

As the professional association serving

occupational therapy, AOTA regularly

monitors and measures workforce and

compensation trends. This survey includes

demographic information as well

as detailing where occupational therapy

practitioners are working, how they are

compensated, and what benefits they

commonly receive. The report also investigates student attitudes

toward the vitality of the job market and the profession overall.

This report is segmented into modules, with each centering

on a specific focal point of the research. Although it is helpful to

explore the full report, each module is designed to be a stand-alone

unit and can be read independently of the other modules without

substantial loss of detail.

Highlights—

• Module 1. Profile of the Profession

• Module 2. Working Setting Overview and Profile

• Module 3. Compensation Overview

• Module 4. Benefits

• Module 5. Workforce Dynamics

• Module 6. Students

• Module 7. Academia

• Module 8. Community

• Module 9. Early Intervention

• Module 10. Freestanding Outpatient

• Module 11. Home Health

• Module 12. Hospital (Non–Mental Health)

• Module 13. Long-Term Care/Skilled-Nursing Facility

• Module 14. Mental Health

• Module 15. Schools

• Module 16. Other Settings

With over 13,000 valid responses collected, the largest sample

of any AOTA Salary and Workforce Survey, this report provides

valuable information on workforce compensation trends to allow

you to compare to your peers across the United States. The information

in this report can also serve as a reference for further research

on workforce issues and efforts to advocate for the distinct

value of the profession.

ISBN-13: 978-1-5600-376-3, 98 pages, 2015

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ADMINISTRATION & MANAGEMENT

Bestseller!

The Occupational Therapy

Manager, 5th Edition

Edited by Karen Jacobs, EdD, OTR/L, CPE,

FAOTA, and Guy L. McCormack, PhD, OTR/L,

FAOTA

In today’s health care environment, occupational

therapy practitioners in clinical

and leadership positions must be prepared

to ensure that clients receive the

highest quality of care; personnel morale

and efficiency remain high; businesses

and organizations are profitable; and the profession is recognized

by other health care professionals, reimbursers, and clients as a

valuable service steeped in evidence. The Occupational Therapy

Manager, 5th Edition, can help occupational therapy practitioners

become effective leaders across all practice settings.

This text is the most comprehensive management book in the

profession and is a fundamental classic for all occupational therapy

students, practitioners, and managers. This edition includes 37

chapters on creating evidence-based practices; effectively leading

and motivating staff; ensuring ethical service delivery; and day-today

items such as budgeting, documentation, and reimbursement.

Chapters also reflect health care reform and its potential effects on

occupational therapy.

Highlights include—

• Section I. Defining and Rethinking Management

• Section II. Strategic Planning

• Section III. Leading and Organizing

• Section IV. Controlling Outcomes

• Section V. Public Policy, Professional Standards, and

Collaboration

• Section VI. Supervision

• Appendixes—Code and Ethics Standards, Scope of Practice, and

more.

Chapters offer learning objectives and activities, multiplechoice

test questions, and key terms, as well as evidence tables,

case scenarios, and resources. Each also features references to the

relevant aspects of the Centennial Vision, the Occupational Therapy

Practice Framework, and ACOTE Standards.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-273-5, 669 pages, 2011

Order #1390C. AOTA Members: $89, Nonmembers: $126

Available for course adoption.

Mentoring Leaders: The Power

of Storytelling for Building

Leadership in Health Care and

Education

By Ellie Gilfoyle, DSc(Hon), FAOTA; Ann Grady,

PhD, FAOTA; and Cathy Nielson, MPH, FAOTA;

with contributions by Wendy Coster, PhD, OTR/L,

FAOTA

As the workplace becomes increasingly

diverse and collaborative, many health care

professions and education programs have

recognized the importance of building a

leadership culture through mentoring. Mentoring Leaders presents

a unique guide on this fundamental topic by demonstrating how

storytelling can powerfully inspire, motivate, and teach both mentors

and mentees. A workbook offers readers many stories reflecting

the core concepts as well as questions for self-reflection.

Highlights and topics include—

• Part I. Mentoring Leaders—leadership and communication,

nature of mentoring, power of stories, outcomes of an effective

mentoring program

• Part II. The Workbook—self-reflection and growth, community

building, enacting leadership practices, building followership,

leading for the future.

This entertaining yet instructive guide is for experienced and

novice mentors and mentees who seek to become—and inspire—

future leaders.

ISBN: 978-1-56900-319-0, 207 pages, 2011

Order #1255. AOTA Members: $44, Nonmembers: $62.50

Available for course adoption.

MORE RESOURCES

• Assessment & Evaluation Resources, p. 15

• Education: Academic & Fieldwork Resources/NBCOT ®

Exam Prep, p. 36

• Ethics Resources, p. 39

• History Resources, p. 43

• Reference Works, p. 54

• Work Resources, p. 63

OT MANAGER SET

Purchase Together and Save 15%!

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CONTINUING EDUCATION

Refer to pages 4–5 of this catalog to learn about AOTA CE course

formats. Bulk purchase discounts allow you to save more on your CE

purchase! Please read bulk discount information on page 5. CD-ROMs are

compatible for use in DVD players.

CD or Online Format Course

OT Manager Topics

Denise Chisholm, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA;

Penelope Moyers Cleveland, EdD, OTR/L,

BCMH, FAOTA; Steven Eyler, MS, OTR/L;

Jim Hinojosa, PhD, OT, BCP, FAOTA; Kristie

Kapusta, MS, OT/L; Shawn Phipps, PhD,

OTR/L, FAOTA; and Pat Precin, MS, OTR/L, LP

Earn .7 AOTA CEU (8.75 NBCOT

PDUs/7 contact hours).

Successful management is essential to

ensure high-quality occupational therapy practice benefitting

clients in all settings. This course presents additional content from

chapters in the AOTA Press bestseller The Occupational Therapy

Manager, 5th Edition. Consider additional applications relevant to

occupation-based practice in management, evidence-based occupational

therapy management, evaluating occupational therapy

services, continuing quality improvement, continuing competency,

conflict resolution, and employee motivation. It is strongly

recommended that participants read the selected chapters in The

Occupational Therapy Manager, 5th Edition.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-329-9, 2011

Available in online (flash) or CD-ROM format.

Online: Order #OL4880

AOTA Members: $174, Nonmembers: $267

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AOTA Members: $184, Nonmembers: $277

Coming Soon!

Take part in the new AOTA CE leadership series designed to assist

practitioners interested in taking on leadership roles in practice,

volunteerism, and administration. This series will take OT and OTA

practitioners through an exploration of leadership knowledge and

values, provide an understanding of skills in emotional and social

domains of leadership, facilitate understanding of mentoring in

leadership, and support the development of advocacy skills necessary

to promote the distinct value of occupational therapy.

This 5-part series will begin with Module 1—A Mindful Path

to Leadership: Introduction. This module will support exploration

of leadership knowledge, values, and dispositions to forge

individual professional leadership paths.

Coming Soon!

Take part in the new AOTA CE documentation series. This series

will be comprised of several modules each dedicated to a different

area of documentation.

This 5-part series will begin with the Core Module. In this first

module of the documentation series, you will learn what documentation

is and why it is important, when and where we document, as

well as who documents. In addition, learn about electronic health

records, medical necessity, and how to meet guidelines for various

types of documents, including the initial occupational therapy

evaluation, plan of care, contact notes, and discharge summaries.

ASSESSMENT & EVALUATION

Bestseller!

Asher’s Occupational Therapy

Assessment Tools: An Annotated

Index, 4th Edition

Edited by Ina Elfant Asher, MS, OTR/L

Nearly 600 instruments are reviewed in

this classic publication, including many

developed by occupational therapists.

The assessment profiles—which include

title, authors, format, purpose, population,

time required to administer, setting

FLASH DRIVE

or position, materials or tools, brief description, interpretation,

reliability and validity, source, additional references, cost, and

sample—will be useful to clinicians and students, who must choose

appropriate tools for clinical practice; to educators, who select

assessment procedures for the classroom; and to researchers, who

will find instruments that are designed for research purposes or

will benefit from further

investigation.

Chapter Highlights—

Part I. Introduction

• Chapter 1. How to Use This Book

• Chapter 2. The Assessment Tool

Part II. Outcome Measures

• Chapter 3. Occupational Performance Assessments

• Chapter 4. Quality-of-Life Assessments

• Chapter 5. Disability Status and Adaptive Behaviors

Assessments

Part III. Assessments of Occupations

• Chapter 6. Assessments for ADLs and IADLs, Including Driving

• Chapter 7. Rest and Sleep Assessments

• Chapter 8. Education Assessments

• Chapter 9. Work Assessments

• Chapter 10. Play Assessments

• Chapter 11. Leisure Assessments

• Chapter 12. Social Participation Assessments

Part IV. Assessments of Performance Skills and Client Factors

• Chapter 13. Sensory–Perceptual Assessments

• Chapter 14. Motor and Praxis Assessments

• Chapter 15. Emotional Regulation and Psychological

Assessments

• Chapter 16. Cognitive Assessments

• Chapter 17. Social Interaction Skills Assessments

• Chapter 18. Assessments of Values, Beliefs, and Spirituality

• Chapter 19. Developmental Assessments

Part V. Assessments of Performance Patterns

• Chapter 20. Assessments of Habits, Routines, Roles, and Rituals

Part VI. Assessments of Contexts

• Chapter 21. Assessments of Context: Physical Environment

• Chapter 22. Assessments of Content: Social & Virtual Contexts

This edition includes a matrix of all assessments, showing content

areas and age ranges of each instrument, on a flash drive.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-353-4, 836 pages, 2014

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ASSESSMENT & EVALUATION

Bestseller!

Screening Adult Neurologic

Populations: A Step-by-Step

Instruction Manual, 2nd Edition

By Sharon A. Gutman, PhD, OTR/L, and Alison

B. Schonfeld, OTR/L

Occupational therapists working with

adults with neurological difficulties must

efficiently use various screening methods

to pinpoint deficits and determine how

they affect a client’s daily functioning.

CD-ROM

Already a well-used staple in hundreds

of occupational therapy clinicians’ libraries and classrooms, this

book guides occupational therapists through the entire screening

process.

Outlining how to administer clinical screens with step-bystep

instructions and extensive photographs, this book is ideal

for occupational therapy students and remains an essential tool

for clinicians and therapists working in community and home

health settings. This edition provides detailed steps for cognitive,

functional–visual, perceptual, sensory, motor, cerebellar function,

cranial nerve function, neuropathy and peripheral nerve function,

dysphagia screening, and mental status. Each chapter has screening

forms that can be printed from the enclosed CD.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-257-5, 318 pages, 2009

Order #1226A. AOTA Members: $69, Nonmembers: $98

Available for course adoption.

Coming Soon! New Edition of Bestseller!

Kohlman Evaluation of

Living Skills (KELS), 4th Edition

By Linda Kohlman Thomson, MOT, OTR, OT(C),

CAPS, FAOTA, and Regi Robnett, PhD, OTR/L

This new edition of the classic assessment

determines the ability to function in

basic living skills. Easily administered and

appropriate for use with many populations

and in many settings, this versatile

assessment assists in identifying areas in FLASH DRIVE

which a person can perform and where he

or she needs assistance.

Sections include—

• Self-care

• Safety and health

• Money management

• Community mobility and telephone

• Employment and leisure participation.

Tested on over 200 clients, this new version updates all safety

photos and incorporates modern technology. An accompanying

flash drive includes electronic banking items and forms for administration.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-374-9, est. 100 pages, 2016

Order #900374. AOTA Members: $99, Nonmembers: $140

Available for course adoption.

Bestseller!

Evaluation in Occupational

Therapy: Obtaining and

Interpreting Data, 4th Edition

Edited by Jim Hinojosa, PhD, OT, BCP, FAOTA,

and Paula Kramer, PhD, OTR, FAOTA

Foreword by Joan C. Rogers, PhD, OTR/L,

FAOTA

Evaluation, which promotes a greater

understanding of the people occupational

therapy serves, is the foundation of occupational

therapy practice and provides

evidence to guide best practices. This new edition of the classic

text focuses on the role of the occupational therapist as an evaluator

with assessment support provided by the occupational therapy

assistant. Chapters discuss the various aspects of a comprehensive

evaluation, including screening, evaluation, reassessment, and reevaluation,

and reaffirm the importance of understanding people

as occupational beings. This updated edition also explains statistics

occupational therapy practitioners are likely to encounter and

what they mean.

Chapter Highlights—

• Chapter 1. Evaluation: Where Do We Begin?

• Chapter 2. Philosophical and Theoretical Influences on

Evaluation

• Chapter 3. Assessment Identification and Selection

• Chapter 4. Practical Aspects of the Evaluation Process

• Chapter 5. Evaluation in the Intervention Planning Process

• Chapter 6. Administration of Evaluation and Assessments

• Chapter 7. Contextual Evaluation to Support Participation

• Chapter 8. Nonstandardized Assessments

• Chapter 9. Reliability and Validity: The Psychometrics of

Standardized Assessments

• Chapter 10. Scoring and Interpretation of Results

• Chapter 11. Interpretation and Documentation

• Chapter 12. Reassessment and Reevaluation

• Chapter 13. Accommodating Diversity Issues in Assessment and

Evaluation

• Chapter 14. Ethical Issues in Evaluation

• Chapter 15. Occupational Therapy Evaluation and Evidence-

Based Practice

• Chapter 16. Additional Uses of Evaluation Data.

The expansion of this revision reflects contemporary evaluation

approaches. Most importantly, the authors discuss the influence

that evaluation practices have on practice and remind readers to

think about not only what the current practice environment wants

an evaluation to be but also what the profession believes a comprehensive

evaluation should be.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-356-5, 322 pages, 2014

Order #900356. AOTA Members: $69, Nonmembers: $98

Available for course adoption.

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New!

Weekly Calendar Planning

Activity: A Performance Test of

Executive Function

By Joan Toglia, PhD, OTR, FAOTA

Occupational therapists frequently

work with people who are independent

in routine or basic ADLs but who have

difficulty with non-routine or complex

activities. The WCPA was designed to be

useful across a variety of populations that

FLASH DRIVE

have difficulty in executive functioning or

higher-level cognitive ADLs and IADLs and can be used to screen

for the underlying nature of performance problems.

Appropriate for use with adolescents and adults, the WCPA

involves following and organizing a list of appointments or errands

into a weekly schedule while keeping track of rules, avoiding

conflicts, monitoring passage of time, and inhibiting distractions.

Because performance on multiple-step activities such as the WCPA

requires coordinating and integrating various cognitive abilities,

this new assessment provides the opportunity to observe how an

individual manages a cognitively challenging task.

This assessment provides measures of accuracy and normative

comparison and focuses on analysis of the process and how the activity

is completed. In addition to including a weekly schedule, the

assessment features client profiles on performance, error analysis,

awareness of task difficulty, and pre/post comparisons. A flash

drive contains worksheets and scoring materials for the various

Adult and Adolescent versions.

Highlights—

• Chapter 1. Overview

• Chapter 2. Administration

• Chapter 3. Guidelines for Scoring Appointments

• Chapter 4. Interpretation

• Chapter 5. Research and Normative Studies

• Chapter 6. Dynamic Assessment: Use of the WCPA in a Test–

Teach–Retest Format

Appendixes—

• Appointment Lists and Scoring Sheets: Adult/Older Adult Population

(Ages 18–94)

• Appointment Lists and Scoring Sheets: Middle/High School

(Ages 12–18)

• Appointment Lists and Scoring Sheets: Youth (Ages 16–21)

• Appointment Lists and Scoring Sheets: WCPA–S (College Students

Ages 20–34)

• General Forms for Administration

• Worksheets and Templates for Summarizing Results

• Raw Score to Percentile Conversions

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-369-5, 176 pages, 2015

Order #900369. AOTA Members: $69, Nonmembers: $98

Available for course adoption.

Social Profile: Assessment of

Social Participation in Children,

Adolescents, and Adults

By Mary V. Donohue, PhD, OT/L, FAOTA

Based on the natural social development

of children, adolescents, and adults, the

Social Profile offers a general participation

assessment across 5 levels of participation

and cooperation and the specific

behaviors that compose these levels. The FLASH DRIVE

work provides both a general overview

and detailed measurement of social cooperative behaviors.

The manual details instructions on how to administer the Social

Profile with groups and individuals, describes how the assessment

was developed, and summarizes research to support its use. Also

included are 14 case examples. A flash drive contains downloadable

and writable versions of the Children’s version, Adult/Adolescent

version, and a group participation social observation sheet.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-339-8, 88 pages, 2013

Order #1244. AOTA Members: $99, Nonmembers: $140

Available for course adoption.

OT–DORA: Occupational Therapy

Driver Off-Road Assessment

Battery

By Carolyn A. Unsworth, PhD, OTR, AccOT;

with Julie F. Pallant, BA(Hons), PhD; Kay J.

Russell, BOccThy, AccOT, OTR; and Morris

Odell, MB, BS, FRACGP, DMJ, FFFLM

Done easily in a clinical setting, without

driving simulators or taking the client

on-road, the OT–DORA Battery allows FLASH DRIVE

practitioners to, with minimal risk and

expense, find clients’ strengths and weaknesses and pinpoint areas

on which to focus during rehabilitation. The manual describes how

the OT–DORA was developed, summarizes research to support its

use, and details instructions on how to administer the Battery with

clients. A flash drive contains downloadable and writable versions

of the administration and client response booklets for use in the

United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, and Australia.

The OT–DORA Battery can be administered by generalist and

specialist occupational therapists and by other health professionals

with specialized training, experience, and certification in driver

assessment, as well as by driver rehabilitation professionals with

specialized training in determining how health-related changes

can affect performance skills and elicit patterns that may compromise

driving.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-321-3, 104 pages, 2011

Order #1261. AOTA Members: $99, Nonmembers: $140

Available for course adoption.

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ASSESSMENT & EVALUATION

The Test of Grocery Shopping

Skills

By Catana Brown, PhD, OTR, FAOTA; Melisa

Rempfer, PhD; and Edna Hamera, PhD, APRN

The TOGSS is a performance-based assessment

that measures how accurately

and efficiently clients can locate items in

a grocery store. Developed primarily to

assess individuals with serious mental illness,

this assessment also is ideal for use CD-ROM

with other populations in which cognitive

impairments could interfere with community living skills, such as

persons with brain injury, stroke, dementia, or developmental disabilities.

Two statistically comparable pre- and post-test forms allow

practitioners to measure changes in clients’ abilities. This assessment

also includes instructions for the test administrator and test

taker, score sheets, grocery lists, and a sample store map and answer

sheet—all of which are available on the enclosed CD for easy

use with clients and also in the classroom.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-285-8, 39 pages, 2009

Order #1249. AOTA Members: $69, Nonmembers: $98

Available for course adoption.

Bestseller!

Activity Card Sort, 2nd Edition

By Carolyn M. Baum, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA, and

Dorothy Edwards, PhD

Photography by Madelaine Gray, MA, MPA, OT,

and Stephanie Cordel

The ACS is a flexible, useful measure of

occupation that enables occupational

therapy practitioners to help clients

describe their instrumental, leisure, and

social activities. The format—89 photographs

of individuals performing activi-

CD-ROM

ties and 3 versions of the instrument (Institutional, Recovering,

and Community Living)—is easily understood and administered.

Using the ACS will give clinicians the occupational history and

information they need to help clients build routines of meaningful

and healthy activities. Includes 20 instrumental activities, 35

low-physical-demand leisure activities, 17 high-physical-demand

leisure activities, and 17 social activities and allows for the calculation

of the percentage of activity retained.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-266-7, 23 pages, 104 cards, 2008

Order #1247. AOTA Members: $99, Nonmembers: $139

Available for course adoption.

COPM Resources

Available at AOTA

Canadian Occupational

Performance Measure Manual,

5th Edition

By Mary Law, Sue Baptiste, Anne Carswell, Mary

Ann McColl, Helene Polatajko, and Nancy Pollock

Order #543791

AOTA Members: $49,

Nonmembers: $69.50

COPM Forms (pack of 100)

Order #1333

AOTA Members: $18.50, Nonmembers: $26.25

Distributed Product

Available for course adoption.

MORE RESOURCES

• Test of Handwriting Skills–Revised, p. 30

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Strategic Evidence-Based

Interviewing in Occupational

Therapy

Presented by Renée R. Taylor, PhD

Earn .2 AOTA CEU (2.5 NBCOT PDUs/

2 contact hours).

Communication with clients can be challenging.

This course describes structured

interviews, semi-structured interviews,

and general clinical interviewing. Using evidence-based examples

including interview-based assessments described in the occupational

therapy literature, this course provides a set of norms and

communication strategies that are likely to maximize success in

gathering accurate, relevant, and detailed information. Applying

principles from the Intentional Relationship Model, a case example

demonstrates how the selection of certain modes of communication

at critical times can improve outcomes, particularly with

difficult-to-interview clients.

Recommended reading: The Intentional Relationship: Occupational

Therapy and Use of Self, by Renée Taylor.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-314-5, 2011

Available in online (flash) or CD-ROM format.

Online: Order #OL4844

AOTA Members: $65, Nonmembers: $89

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AOTA Members: $75, Nonmembers: $99

CD or Online Format Course

Model of Human Occupation

Screening Tool (MOHOST):

Theory, Content, and Purpose

Presented by Gary Kielhofner, DrPH, OTR/L,

FAOTA; Lisa Castle, MBA, OTR/L; Supriya Sen,

OTR/L; and Sarah Skinner, MEd, OTR/L

Earn .4 AOTA CEU (5 NBCOT PDUs/

4 contact hours).

Learning to collaborate with clients with

a focus on occupation demonstrates the value of occupational

therapy. In a variety of practice settings, time constraints, and productivity

requirements may create challenges to using a top-down

approach in evaluation and documentation. This course provides

practitioners with practical information to retain authentic occupational

therapy from observation, interview, chart review, and

proxy reports to complete the MOHOST. MOHOST is a comprehensive,

easy to administer occupation-focused assessment tool useful

with a wide range of clients at different functional levels. A PDF of

the required MOHOST text is included in the course.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-283-4, 2009

Available in online (flash) or CD-ROM format.

Online: Order #OL4838

AOTA Members: $115, Nonmembers: $170

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CD or Online Format Course

The Short Child Occupational

Profile (SCOPE)

Presented by Patricia Bowyer, EdD, MS, OTR,

FAOTA; Hany Ngo, MOT, OTR; and Jessica

Kramer, PhD, OTR

Earn .6 AOTA CEU (7.5 NBCOT

PDUs/6 contact hours).

Consider how to increase effective

occupation-based practice with the

SCOPE assessment tool. SCOPE provides a systematic method to

document a child’s motivation for occupations, habits, roles, skills,

and identify environmental supports and barriers. The SCOPE is

appropriate for children and youth ages birth to 21 in a range of

practice settings. A video case study illustrates SCOPE use, goal

writing and intervention planning. The required SCOPE manual is

included in the course.

ISBN: 978-1-56900-317-6, 2011

Available in online (flash) or CD-ROM format.

Online: Order #OL4847

AOTA Members: $209, Nonmembers: $289

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AOTA Members: $219, Nonmembers: $299

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ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY & ENVIRONMENTAL MODIFICATIONS

Occupational Therapy

Practice Guidelines for Home

Modifications

By Carol Siebert, MS, OTR/L; Stacy Smallfield,

DrOT, OTR/L; and Susan Stark, PhD, OTR/L

Home modifications support engagement

and participation in the home and community.

The need for home modifications

arises when the features of the environment

pose challenges to occupants that

can create an unsafe situation.

This guideline addresses home modifications as an intervention

to use when a person’s abilities are incompatible with environmental

demands. That intervention includes identifying, developing,

implementing, and training in the use of home modifications.

Using an evidence-based perspective and key concepts from the

Occupational Therapy Practice Framework, this guideline provides

an overview of the occupational therapy process for home modification

interventions, as well as best practices. Topics include

service delivery concepts, team involvement, the home as a context

for practice, and involving family members in the intervention.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-357-2, 109 pages, 2014

Order #900357. AOTA Members: $74, Nonmembers: $105

Available for course adoption.

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Using the Occupational Therapy Practice

Guidelines for Home Modifications

Evidence-based practice is integral to successful client outcomes.

AOTA’s Practice Guidelines assist the practitioner in

making evidence-based treatment and assessment decisions.

This course uses case applications to provide an educational

journey through the Practice Guideline to ensure understanding

of how they are used in practice. This CE product requires

the use of the Practice Guideline for success with the learning

experience and assessment activity.

Order #OL4895

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Occupational Therapy and Home

Modification: Promoting Safety

and Supporting Participation

Edited by Margaret Christenson, MPH, OTR/L,

FAOTA, and Carla Chase, EdD, OTR/L, CAPS

Participation in meaningful activities in

the home and community contributes

to health, wellness, and good quality of

life. One way that occupational therapy

supports that participation is by advocating

for increased accessibility through

DVD

universal design and environmental modification. Occupational

therapy professionals fill a unique role in environmental modification—through

evaluation, intervention, and outcomes measurement—by

facilitating the creation of a safe, accessible home that

allows people to do what is important and relevant to them.

This publication, which includes a DVD of hundreds of photographic

and video resources, is divided into three sections: “Evaluating

Client and Environment,” “Developing and Implementing

the Plan,” and “Moving the Profession Forward.” Chapters, written

by occupational therapy professionals, as well as policymakers, researchers,

designers, and builders, articulate the meaning of home

to clients, define universal design, offer assessments and outcomes

measurements, delineate collaborative roles, discuss funding options,

and provide networking and marketing guidance.

This text was created for occupational therapy students and

professionals new to home modification but also will benefit those

who have been practicing in this area through discussions of the

latest assessment tools and new assistive technology. Therapists

who work with either adults or children will find helpful guidelines

and suggestions.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-327-5, 150 pages, 2011

Order #1259. AOTA Members: $69, Nonmembers: $98

Available for course adoption.

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COURSE

Earn 2 AOTA CEUs (25 NBCOT PDUs/20 contact hours).

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• Asher’s Occupational Therapy Assessment Tools, p. 15

• Occupational Therapy and Dementia Care, p. 27

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Self-Paced Clinical Course

Occupational Therapy and Home

Modification: Promoting Safety

and Supporting Participation

Edited by Margaret Christenson, MPH, OTR/L,

FAOTA, and Carla Chase, EdD, OTR/L, CAPS

Earn 2 AOTA CEUs (25 NBCOT

PDUs/20 contact hours).

A valuable course for occupational therapy

practitioners working with individuals

(adults or children) in the home and community.

Occupational therapy supports

DVD

participation that contributes to health, wellness, and satisfactory

quality of life by advocating for increased accessibility through universal

design and environmental modification.

This SPCC includes a book, online exam, and DVD containing

a vast collection of photographic and video resources. Complete

the course at your own pace. Retain a valuable resource containing

information on evaluation and intervention including detailed

descriptions of assessment tools and guidelines for client-centered

practice promoting desired occupation-based outcomes.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-299-5, 183 pages, 2011

Order #3029. AOTA Members: $259, Nonmembers: $359

Online Course

Understanding the Assistive

Technology Process to Promote

School-Based Occupation

Outcomes

By Beth Goodrich, MS, MEd, OTR, ATP;

Lynn Gitlow, PhD, OTR/L, ATP; and Judith

Schoonover, MEd, OTR/L, ATP

Earn 1 AOTA CEU (12.5 NBCOT

PDUs/10 contact hours).

Occupational therapy promotes assistive technology (AT) as an

important component of supporting students in fully participating

in school environments. This outstanding 6 lesson course provides

information essential to occupational therapy practitioners. The

course contains engaging case examples describes matching technology

to desired school-based outcomes, illustrates occupational

therapy skills on a school-based AT team, identifies the requirements

for federally funded schools to provide AT and provides

technology skill sheets for specialized learning and reference

review.

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AUTISM

Occupational Therapy Practice

Guidelines for Children and

Adolescents With Autism

By Scott D. Tomchek, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA, and

Jane Case-Smith, EdD, OTR/L, BCP, FAOTA

Using an evidence-based perspective and

key concepts from the Occupational Therapy

Practice Framework, this guideline

provides an overview of the occupational

therapy process for children and adolescents

with ASD. It defines the occupational

therapy domain, process, and interventions—including sensory

integration and sensory-based, relationship-based, school-based,

social, and comprehensive behavioral skills—that occur within the

boundaries of acceptable practice.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-276-6, 123 pages, 2009

Order #2212. AOTA Members: $69, Nonmembers: $98

Available for course adoption.

MORE RESOURCES

• Adults With Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities,

p. 33

• Assessment & Evaluation Resources, p. 15

• Children & Youth Resources, p. 29

• Driving & Community Mobility Resources, p. 34

• School-Based Practice Resources, p. 56

• Sensory Integration & Processing Resources, p. 59

Classic!

Autism: A Comprehensive

Occupational Therapy Approach,

3rd Edition

Edited by Heather Miller Kuhaneck, MS, OTR/L,

FAOTA, and Renee Watling, PhD, OTR/L

Various reports in the national media

have focused on a potentially significant

rise in the incidence of autism during the

past decade. As such, providing occupational

therapy practitioners with a comprehensive

guide for practice with people

with an ASD continues as a primary goal of this text. Recognizing

that young children grow into adolescents and adolescents grow

into adults, this edition also includes additional content applicable

to adults as well as incorporates the findings from the explosion of

recent research in this area.

Using the Occupational Therapy Practice Framework as a guide,

the chapters provide the information occupational therapy practitioners

need to work with individuals with an ASD in client-centered

and occupation-based practice.

Section Highlights and Topics—

• Section I. An Introduction to the Autism Spectrum Disorders—

historical background, neurology, etiology

• Section II. Common Strengths and Challenges for Individuals

With an ASD—diagnosis, communication, socialization, emotional

regulation, sensory processing, motor control

• Section III. Occupations in Individuals With an ASD—individual

and family occupations

• Section IV. Occupational Therapy Evaluation and Intervention

for Individuals With an ASD—appropriate techniques, play, selfcare,

sensory integration, technology

• Section IV. Occupational Therapy Practice: Contexts and Use

of Evidence—early intervention, transitions, evidence-based

practice.

“Did You Know?” boxes highlight information such as statistics

or resources to further expand awareness and knowledge of

concepts relevant to providing services to individuals with an ASD.

This book remains a must-have resource for occupational therapy

students and practitioners at all levels.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-290-2, 836 pages, 2010

Order #1213B. AOTA Members: $69, Nonmembers: $98

Available for course adoption.

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(Part II), OL4884K (Part III)

AOTA Members: $227.80, Nonmembers: $317.05

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#4884K (Part III)

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CONTINUING EDUCATION

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Autism Topics Part I: Relationship

Building, Evaluation Strategies,

and Sensory Integration and

Praxis

Edited by Renee Watling, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA

Contributing Authors: Stefanie Bodison, OTD,

OTR/L; Teresa A. May-Benson, ScD, OTR/L;

Scott D. Tomchek, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA; and

Renee Watling, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA

Earn .6 AOTA CEU (7.5 NBCOT PDUs/6 contact hours).

Practitioners working with individuals diagnosed with autism/

ASD will gain important knowledge and skills in building an intentional

relationship, using effective occupational therapy evaluation

strategies, addressing sensory integration challenges, and planning

intervention for praxis. Video clips enhance the learning

experience.

Required Reading: Autism: A Comprehensive Occupational

Therapy Approach, 3rd Edition.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-318-3, 2011

Online: Order #OL4848

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Autism Topics Part II:

Occupational Therapy Service

Provision in an Educational

Context

Edited by Renee Watling, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA

Contributing Authors: Patti LaVesser, PhD,

OTR; Heather Miller Kuhaneck, MS, OTR/L,

FAOTA; Laurette J. Olson, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA;

Meira L. Orentlicher, PhD, OTR/L; and Yvonne

Swinth, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA

Earn .6 AOTA CEU (7.5 NBCOT PDUs/6 contact hours).

Practitioners working with children and youth diagnosed with

autism/ASD in the school setting will gain important knowledge

and skills in principles of family-centered care, collaboration in the

school setting, effective practice strategies in schools, and transition

from school to adult life.

Required Reading: Autism: A Comprehensive Occupational

Therapy Approach, 3rd Edition.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-330-5, 2011

Available in online (flash) or CD-ROM format.

Online: Order #OL4881

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Autism Topics Part III: Addressing

Play and Playfulness When

Intervening With Children With

an Autism Spectrum Disorder

Edited by Renee Watling, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA

Contributing Author: Marge R. Luthman, MS,

OT/L

Earn .6 AOTA CEU (7.5 NBCOT PDUs/

6 contact hours).

Practitioners working with children diagnosed with autism/ASD

will gain important knowledge and skills related to the vital childhood

occupation of play. This course discusses core concepts,

formal and informal evaluation methods, intervention planning,

and effective methods to incorporate the occupation of play into

meaningful occupational therapy services.

Required Reading: Autism: A Comprehensive Occupational

Therapy Approach, 3rd Edition.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-337-4, 2012

Available in online (flash) or CD-ROM format.

Online: Order #OL4884

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Young Adults on the Autism

Spectrum: Life After IDEA

By Lisa Crabtree, PhD, OTR/L, and Janet

DeLany, DEd, OTR/L, FAOTA

Earn .3 AOTA CEU (3.75 NBCOT

PDUs/3 contact hours).

A valuable resource for working with

young adults diagnosed with ASD/autism,

this course explores critical issues of

autism in adulthood and provides information and tools to advocate

for the health and community participation of young adults

and adults. This course includes the perspectives of adults on the

spectrum and assists practitioners to meaningfully and effectively

support adults at all ages and ability levels.

Required Reading: Autism: A Comprehensive Occupational

Therapy Approach, 3rd Edition.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-323-7, 2011

Available in online (flash) or CD-ROM format.

Online: Order #OL4878

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AUTISM

CONTINUING EDUCATION

Social Skills for Children With Autism Spectrum

Disorder (ASD)

By Sharon A. Gutman, PhD, OTR, FAOTA and Emily I. Raphael-Greenfield,

EdD, OTR

Earn .2 AOTA CEU (2.5 NBCOT PDUs/2 contact hours).

This course describes an evidence-based intervention that can be

used to help children and youth with high-functioning ASD better

learn and use social interaction skills. The SIMPLE Intervention

(Social Interaction Motor Planning Exercises) uses sensory–

motor-based, role-play, and warm-up activities to allow children to

decipher and connect facial expressions, body language, and vocal

tone with emotional meaning. This course presents the theoretical

basis and guidelines for the SIMPLE Intervention and illustrates its

use through written and video demonstrations. The SIMPLE Intervention

can be used in the school system or in private practice.

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BRAIN & COGNITION

FROM AOTA PRESS & AOTA CE

Neurocognitive Disorders

(NCDs): Interventions to Support

Occupational Performance

Neurorehabilitation in

Occupational Therapy Series,

Volume I

Edited by Mary A. Corcoran, PhD, OTR/L,

FAOTA

Series Senior Editor: Gordon Muir Giles, PhD,

OTR/L, FAOTA

Occupational therapists bring a unique

focus on function to a global effort to understand the brain and

address NCDs. The linkages among brain structures, processes,

and function is reflected in this publication and Self-Paced Clinical

Course, which teaches readers and course learners to

• Recognize the neurological underpinnings, cognitive and

behavioral symptoms, and progression of several major types of

NCD;

• Delineate psychosocial, emotional, and occupational effects;

• Recognize factors affecting quality of life for clients and family

caregivers;

• Recognize the critical role of the primary caregiver and family

in care;

• Recognize the typical effects on participation in education,

work, play, leisure, social participation, ADLs, and IADLs;

• Identify the components of a comprehensive functional

evaluation;

• Delineate the characteristics and benefits of community-based

occupational therapy services for clients and their families; and

• Identify translational concepts guiding implementation of

evidence-based therapeutic interventions for clients and family

caregivers.

Features include self-checks, a glossary, and an extended case

study in which a client with NCD is followed through intervention.

They are designed to assist readers and course learners in further

developing their clinical competency in working with people with

mild and major NCD.

This first volume in AOTA’s “Neurorehabilitation in Occupational

Therapy Series” can serve as a textbook for advanced-level

occupational therapy students and assist in skill development for

practicing clinicians. The Self-Paced Clinical Course is the 2nd

Edition of the “Dementia” module published in Core Concepts in

Neurorehabilitation (2006).

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-358-9, 312 pages, 2014

Order #900358. AOTA Members: $89, Nonmembers: $126

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Also Available as a Self-Paced Clinical Course

Earn 2 AOTA CEUs (25 NBCOT PDUs/20 contact hours).

Order #3032. AOTA Members: $259, Nonmembers: $359

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Stroke: Interventions to Support

Occupational Performance

Neurorehabilitation in

Occupational Therapy Series,

Volume 2

Edited by Timothy J. Wolf, OTD, MSCI, OTR/L

Series Editor: Gordon Muir Giles, PhD, OTR/L,

FAOTA

This publication and Self-Paced Clinical

Course aims to assist occupational

therapists to further develop their clinical

competency in working with adults with stroke. Advanced-level

practitioners will learn to

• Recognize how neurological deficits after stroke affect performance

deficits and how this knowledge can help guide intervention;

• Identify common physiological, sensory, motor, cognitive, and

emotional impairments after stroke and the current evidencebased

methods for addressing them;

• Identify components of the medical management of adults

who have sustained a stroke and their importance to successful

rehabilitation outcomes; and

• Explore evaluation and intervention priorities for adults with

stroke with varying neurological impairments across the continuum

of care.

Features include “Points to Ponder,” a glossary, and 3 case studies

in which hypothetical clients are followed through the various

stages of intervention and placement.

The second volume in AOTA’s “Neurorehabilitation in Occupational

Therapy Series” can serve as a textbook for advanced-level

occupational therapy students and assist in skill development for

practicing clinicians.

ISBN: 978-1-56900-364-0, 386 pages, 2014

Order #900364. AOTA Members: $89, Nonmembers: $126

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Also Available as a Self-Paced Clinical Course

Earn 2 AOTA CEUs (25 NBCOT PDUs/20 contact hours).

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Order #3033CE. AOTA Members: $190, Nonmembers: $261

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Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI):

Interventions to Support

Occupational Performance

Neurorehabilitation in

Occupational Therapy Series,

Volume 3

BRAIN & COGNITION

Edited by Kathleen M. Golisz, OTR, OTD, and

Mary Vining Radomski, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA

Series Senior Editor: Gordon Muir Giles, PhD,

OTR/L, FAOTA

This publication and Self-Paced Clinical

Course aims to assist occupational therapists to further develop

their clinical competency in working with adults with TBI. Features

include “Points to Ponder,” a glossary, and case studies.

Highlights Include—

• Neuroanatomy of Traumatic Brain Injury

• Neurocognition and Traumatic Brain Injury

• The Case of Diane Archer

• Rehabilitation of the Patient With a Disorder of Consciousness

• The Acute Care, Inpatient Rehabilitation, and Sub-Acute Case

Phases of Recovery

• Community Recovery and Participation

• Special Considerations of Traumatic Brain Injury in Military

Personnel.

This third volume in AOTA’s “Neurorehabilitation in Occupational

Therapy Series” can serve as a textbook for advanced-level

occupational therapy students and assist in skill development for

practicing clinicians. The Self-Paced Clinical Course is the 2nd

Edition of the “Traumatic Brain Injury” module published in Core

Concepts in Neurorehabilitation (2006).

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-377-0, est. 350 pages, 2015

Order #900377. AOTA Members: $89, Nonmembers: $126

Available for course adoption

EARN CE!

Also Available as a Self-Paced Clinical Course

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Order #3034. AOTA Members: $259, Nonmembers: $359

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Bestseller!

Cognition, Occupation, and

Participation Across the

Life Span: Neuroscience,

Neurorehabilitation, and Models

of Intervention in Occupational

Therapy, 3rd Edition

Edited by Noomi Katz, PhD, OTR

Foreword by Beatriz Colon Abreu, PhD, OTR/L,

FAOTA

The translation of cognitive neuroscience

into occupational therapy practice is a

required competence that helps practitioners understand human

performance. This edition represents a significant enhancement

in the knowledge translation of cognition and its theoretical and

practical application to occupational therapy practice with children

and adults.

Part I. General Topics

• Introduction to Cognitive Intervention and Cognitive Functional

Evaluation, Katz, Baum, & Maeir

• Higher-Level Cognitive Functions Enabling Participation:

Awareness and Executive Functions, Katz & Maeir

• Impact of Mild Cognitive Impairments on Participation: Importance

of Early Identification of Cognitive Loss, Wolf & Baum

• Transition to Community Integration for Persons With

Acquired Brain Injury, Fleming & Nalder

• Family Caregivers’ Participation in Recovery Communicating

Cognition Based on Dynamic Cognitive Intervention, Weiss,

Hadas-Lidor, & Sachs

• Cognitive Information Processing, Levy

• Cognitive Aging, Levy

• Virtual Reality for Cognitive Rehabilitation, Kizony

Part II. Models for Intervention

• The Dynamic Interactional Model of Cognition in Cognitive

Rehabilitation, Toglia

• The Dynamic Interactional Model in Schizophrenia, Josman

• A Metacognitive Model for Children With Atypical Brain

Development, Josman & Rosenblum

• Cognitive Rehabilitation of Children and Adults With

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Cermak & Maeir

• Cognitive Rehabilitation: A Retraining Model for Clients With

Neurological Disabilities, Averbuch & Katz

• Cognitive Orientation to Daily Occupational Performance (CO–

OP): A Cognitive-Based Intervention for Children and Adults,

Polatajko, Mandich, & McEwen

• Dynamic Cognitive Intervention: Application in Occupational

Therapy, Hadas-Lidor, Weiss, & Kozulin

• A Neurofunctional Approach to Rehabilitation After Brain

Injury, Giles

• The Cognitive Disabilities Model in 2011, McCraith, Austin, &

Earhart

• The Cognitive Disabilities Reconsidered Model: Rehabilitation

of Adults With Dementia, Levy & Burns.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-322-0, 475 pages, 2011

Order #1173B. AOTA Members: $89, Nonmembers: $126

Available for course adoption.

New!

Occupational Therapy Practice

Guidelines for Adults With Stroke

By Timothy J. Wolf, OTD, MSCI, OTR/L, FAOTA,

and Dawn M. Nilsen, EdD, OT/L

Advancements in medical care related to

stroke have greatly improved in recent

years, and the annual stroke death rate

has declined 35.8% since 2010. This

decrease has led to a dramatic increase

in the prevalence of people living with

chronic symptoms from stroke, which

is now a leading cause of disability and one of the most common

health conditions treated by occupational therapists.

This Practice Guideline provides an overview of the occupational

therapy process for adults who have experienced a stroke, defining

the domain and interventions that occur within acceptable

occupational therapy practice. Topics include evaluation, intervention,

and outcomes, and extensive attention is given to cognitive,

motor, and psychosocial impairments.

ISBN: 978-1-56900-367-1, 256 pages, 2015

Order #900367. AOTA Members: $74, Nonmembers: $105

Available for course adoption.

Occupational Therapy Practice

Guidelines for Adults With

Alzheimer’s Disease and Related

Disorders

By Patricia Schaber, PhD, OTR/L

The most prevalent is Alzheimer’s disease,

with 1 in 85 individuals predicted

to have the disease by 2050, for a total of

107 million people globally. This Practice

Guideline reviews the symptoms, stages,

and pharmacology, as well as gives a

detailed description of the occupational therapy process for various

approaches and interventions. A comprehensive evidence table

explains the findings of more than 110 research articles on topics

such as IADLs, falls prevention, caregiving, social participation,

perception, compensation, and environment. Appendixes include

selected CPT and ICD–9–CM codes, and driving and community

mobility issues.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-302-2, 198 pages, 2010

Order #2217. AOTA Members: $59, Nonmembers: $84

Available for course adoption.

MORE RESOURCES

• Assessment & Evaluation Resources, p. 15

• Occupational Therapy in Acute Care, p. 51

• Occupational Therapy Treatment Goals for the Physically

and Cognitively Disabled, p. 52

• Upper-Extremity Task-Specific Training After Stroke or

Disability, p. 41

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Occupational Therapy and

Dementia Care: The Home

Environmental Skill-Building

Program for Individuals and

Families

By Laura N. Gitlin, PhD, and Mary A. Corcoran,

PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA

Examine a proven approach for supporting

people with dementia and their

families in managing the disease and

maximizing their quality of life. This

CD-ROM

book, based on the editors’ more than 15

years of systematic research on the role of occupational therapy

in helping families manage dementia care at home, presents an

evidence-based intervention that can be implemented by occupational

therapists in home care or other settings such as assisted

living and can be used in consultation with other health care and

human services professionals. A CD contains screening indicators

and questions, checklists, and assessment and treatment receipt

forms.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-203-2, 303 pages, 2005

Order #1232. AOTA Members: $39, Nonmembers: $55

Available for course adoption.

Occupational Therapy Practice

Guidelines for Adults With

Traumatic Brain Injury

By Kathleen Golisz, OTR, OTD

Using an evidence-based perspective

and key concepts from the Occupational

Therapy Practice Framework, this guideline

provides an overview of the occupational

therapy process for adults with

TBI, including definition, epidemiology,

stages of recovery, referral, evaluation, and interventions throughout

recovery phases. For occupational therapists and occupational

therapy assistants, as well as individuals who manage, reimburse,

or set policy for occupational therapy services. Also a reference for

health care facility managers, education and health care regulators,

third-party payers, and managed care organizations.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-258-2, 250 pages, 2009

Order #2214. AOTA Members: $59, Nonmembers: $84

Available for course adoption.

Compensating for Memory

Deficits Using a Systematic

Approach

By Susan K. Kime, OTR/L

Forewords by Barbara A. Wilson, PhD, and by

George Prigatano, PhD

This book focuses on the implementation

of external memory aids to help clients

compensate for memory deficits, specifically

personal organizers, calendars, FLASH DRIVE

watches, checklists, and so forth. It helps

therapists define and implement a successful approach using these

methods. A flash drive includes sample forms and checklists.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-219-3, 69 pages, 2005

Order #1240. AOTA Members: $49, Nonmembers: $69

Available for course adoption.

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Conferences and Events

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October 2–3, 2015

Schaumburg, IL (Suburban Chicago)

AOTA/OTCAS

Education Summit

October 17–18, 2015

Denver, CO

AOTA/NBCOT National

Student Conclave

November 13–14, 2015

Valley Forge, PA (Suburban Philadelphia)

Best Practice in Skilled

Nursing Facilities

December 4–5, 2015

Dallas, TX

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CONTINUING EDUCATION

Refer to pages 4–5 of this catalog to learn about AOTA CE course formats. Bulk purchase discounts allow you to save more on your CE purchase! Please

read bulk discount information on page 5. CD-ROMs are compatible for use in DVD players.

CD or Online Format Course

Using the Occupational Therapy

Practice Guidelines for Adults

With Alzheimer’s Disease and

Related Disorders (ADRD) to

Enhance Your Practice

Presented by Patricia Schaber, PhD, OTR/L

Earn .2 AOTA CEU (2.5 NBCOT PDUs/

2 contact hours).

Practice guidelines are developed to

promote the incorporation of evidence-based findings in practice

ensuring high-quality client care. This course ensures you are

aware of current research findings related to occupational therapy

intervention for individuals who have been diagnosed with ADRD.

Learn from a multimedia format highlighting concepts for practice

and case studies of adults at different stages of Alzheimer’s

disease.

Recommended Reading: Occupational Therapy Practice Guidelines

for Adults With Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-334-3, 2012

Available in online (flash) or CD-ROM format.

Online: Order #OL4883

AOTA Members: $65, Nonmembers: $89

CD: Order #4883

AOTA Members: $75, Nonmembers: $99

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RELATED DISORDERS SET

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• Text: Occupational Therapy Practice Guidelines for Adults

With Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders

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Practice Guidelines for Adults With Alzheimer’s Disease

and Related Disorders (ADRD) to Enhance Your Practice

Online: Order #OL2217K

AOTA Members: $105.40, Nonmembers: $147.05

CD: Order #2217K

AOTA Members: $113.90, Nonmembers: $155.55

CE Chapter for AOTA Press

Bestseller

Best Practices in Cognition and Executive

Functioning to Enhance Participation

(Chapter 35)

Best Practices in Supporting Students

with Traumatic Brain Injury

(Chapter 33)

For full product information, see

page 56.

Now Available from AOTA!

Stroke Help DVD Series

Presented by Jan Davis, MS, OTR/L

The following courses are available exclusively from AOTA Continuing Education by

special arrangement with International Clinical Educators, Inc., Port Townsend, WA.

Each course contains CDs and text arranged in a three ring binder. The final exam is

online at learn.aota.org.

Treatment Strategies in Acute Care

of Stroke Survivors

Earn 15 contact hours (1.5 AOTA

CEUs/18.75 NBCOT PDUs).

Provides essential guidelines for the safe

and optimal care of stroke survivors in the

ICU and acute hospital setting. Follow occupational

therapists and physical therapists

as they begin initial assessment and plan intervention strategies

with stroke survivors who are days post stroke. Observe

the medical director and stroke team in action at a nationally

certified stroke center of excellence, rated one of the top 100

hospitals in the United States.

Order #4867. AOTA Members: $225, Nonmembers: $285

Teaching Independence:

A Therapeutic Approach to

Stroke Rehabilitation

Earn 15 contact hours (1.5 AOTA

CEUs/18.75 NBCOT PDUs).

Provides the foundation for the therapeutic

management of stroke survivors that every

therapist should know. Jan Davis demonstrates

clear, concise, step-by-step handling methods to improve

functional mobility and self-care with stroke survivors requiring

moderate and maximum assistance. More than 40 practice labs

are included on bed mobility, transfers, self-care, preventing

shoulder pain, and improving function and awareness.

Order #4866. AOTA Members: $225, Nonmembers: $285

Functional Treatment Ideas and

Strategies in Adult Hemiplegia

Earn 15 contact hours (1.5 AOTA

CEUs/18.75 NBCOT PDUs).

Tasks taken from real-life situations provide

the basis for this systematic approach

designed to facilitate movement and improve

function in stroke survivors. Jan Davis skillfully

demonstrates how to use functional activities taken from

real-life situations to improve upper- and lower-extremity function

with stroke survivors. This course combines Motor Learning

Theory with handling methods based on NDT principles that can

be used in any treatment setting. A “must have” for occupational

therapists working in stroke rehabilitation.

Order #4865. AOTA Members: $225, Nonmembers: $285

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Handbook of Pediatric

Constraint-Induced Movement

Therapy (CIMT): A Guide for

Occupational Therapy and

Health Care Clinicians,

Researchers, and Educators

Edited by Sharon Landesman Ramey, PhD;

Patty Coker-Bolt, PhD, OTR/L; and Stephanie C.

DeLuca, PhD

Scientific findings strongly support

FLASH DRIVE

pediatric CIMT as a treatment strategy

that can—and often does—produce measurable benefits to

children with impairment in use of their upper extremities. This

timely publication provides an integrative history about CIMT that

includes its major research findings, theoretical underpinnings,

practical guidelines for practitioners and health care providers, and

peer-reviewed information for students preparing to be pediatric

practitioners and educators.

Highlights include—

• Section I. Theory and History of CIMT for Children With Cerebral

Palsy—6 chapters discuss of the history and development of

CIMT for adults who have had a stroke and for children, occupation

and motor learning, motor development and growth for

children with cerebral palsy, muscle adaptation, and assessment

tools.

• Section II. Clinical Applications, Protocols, and Individualization—8

chapters discuss clinical practice, the ACQUIREc

protocol, alternative and clinical variations of pediatric CIMT,

group-based models, novel and complementary therapy strategies,

bimanual training approaches, and gait and other neuromotor

skills.

• Section III. Collaboration and Coordination With Families and

Other Professionals—a compelling chapter provides parent perspectives

of pediatric CIMT and details effective strategies for

working with families and therapy teams.

• Section IV. Future for Research, Policy, and Practice—a final

chapter describes research priorities to inform best practices in

pediatric CIMT.

This handbook also features an extensive evidence table related

to pediatric CIMT and a flash drive with writable forms for documenting

pediatric CIMT for clinical practice or research. Drawing

on decades of evidence and clinical experience, this handbook is

the most comprehensive text available on constraint therapy for

children.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-346-6, 316 pages, 2013

Order #900346. AOTA Members: $89, Nonmembers: $126

Available for course adoption.

Bestseller!

Infant and Child Feeding and

Swallowing: Occupational

Therapy Assessment and

Intervention

By Sherna Marcus, BScOT, and Suzanne Breton,

MA, BScOT

Infant and child feeding and swallowing

are complex processes that require

integrating motor, sensory, neurological,

FLASH DRIVE

cardiorespiratory, and gastrointestinal

systems, and they are also sensitive to the

child’s environment and the parent–child feeding relationship. Occupational

therapy practitioners are experts in the areas of motor

control, sensory processing, and swallowing function, making them

valuable members of the teams caring for these children.

This text provides evidence-based information on how feeding

issues develop and present, clinical assessment, and intervention.

Drawing on decades of clinical experience and current evidence,

this text provides practical strategies to assess and address complex

feeding and swallowing problems in infants and children.

Highlights include—

• Chapter 1. Overview of Occupational Therapy and Pediatric

Feeding

• Chapter 2. Development of Oral–Motor Skills

• Chapter 3. Clinical Feeding Assessment

• Chapter 4. Difficulty Breastfeeding or Bottle-Feeding

• Chapter 5. Beyond Breastfeeding and Bottle-Feeding: Difficulty

Transitioning to Purees, Solid Foods, and Cup Drinking

• Chapter 6. Swallowing Impairment

• Chapter 7. Gastroesophageal Reflux and Other Gastrointestinal

Issues

• Chapter 8. Feeding Aversion and Transitioning From Tube to

Oral Feeding

• Appendixes—Specialized Knowledge and Skills in Feeding, Eating,

and Swallowing for Occupational Therapy Practice, Specialized

Knowledge and Skills for Occupational Therapy Practice in the

Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.

This text also includes a flash drive containing useful parent

handouts that can be printed and writable forms that can be used

for documentation and evaluation. Comprehensive and practical,

this book guides practitioners through the careful clinical decision

making this vulnerable population requires.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-348-0, 223 pages, 2013

Order #900348. AOTA Members: $69, Nonmembers: $98

Available for course adoption.

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AVAILABLE FROM

AOTA PRESS & AOTA CE!

Early Childhood: Occupational

Therapy Services for Children

Birth to Five

Edited by Barbara E. Chandler, PhD, OTR/L,

FAOTA

Occupational therapy brings the perspective

of occupational engagement to early

childhood practice. Advances or deviations

in childhood development resonate

throughout the child’s body and experience.

How these changes are expressed,

experienced, and addressed from a family-centered focus has profound

implications for the child’s ability to engage in occupations

that are meaningful and valuable for their quality of life. Occupational

therapy brings the perspective of occupational engagement

to early childhood practice.

This book and Self-Paced Clinical Course provides an enlightening

journey through occupational therapy with children at the earliest

stage of their lives. It focuses on community-based programs,

looks at the impact of federal legislation on occupational therapy

practice, and explores ways to articulate and demonstrate the

expertise of occupational therapy in transitioning early childhood

development into occupational engagement in natural environments.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-296-4, 331 pages, 2010

Order #1256. AOTA Members: $69, Nonmembers: $98

Available for course adoption.

EARN CE!

Also Available as a Self-Paced Clinical Course

Earn 2 AOTA CEUs (25 NBCOT PDUs/20 contact hours).

Order #3026. AOTA Members: $259, Nonmembers: $359

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MORE RESOURCES

• Assessment & Evaluation Resources, p. 15

• Autism Resources, p. 22

• Cognition, Occupation, and Participation Across the Life

Span, p. 26

• Driving and Community Mobility Resources, p. 34

• Mental Health Resources, p. 45

• School-Based Practice Resources, p. 56

• Sensory Integration & Processing Resources, p. 59

Occupational Therapy Practice

Guidelines for Early Childhood:

Birth Through 5 Years

By Gloria Frolek Clark, PhD, OTR/L, BCP,

FAOTA, and Karrie Kingsley, OTD, OTR/L

During early childhood, most children in

the United States achieve their developmental

milestones; however, about 1

of every 6 children will have a developmental

disability or disabling behavioral

problem before age 18. Less than half are

identified during early childhood.

This publication addresses occupational therapy practice for

children birth through age 5 years, including early intervention

and preschool practice. It defines the occupational therapy domain,

process, and intervention that occur within the boundaries of

acceptable practice. Topics include prematurity, ASDs, feeding

disorders, obesity, the NICU, and cerebral palsy, as well as motor

and praxis skills, sensory–perceptual skills, emotional regulation,

cognitive skills, and communication and social skills. Interventions

discussed include those promoting social–emotional development;

for feeding, eating, and swallowing; for improving cognitive

development; for promoting motor performance; and for service

delivery in early childhood. Appendices contain additional information

relating to early childhood practice, coding for intervention

and evaluations, funding sources affecting early childhood settings,

and methodologies used in the evidence-based literature review.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-343-5, 150 pages, 2012

Order #2222. AOTA Members: $69, Nonmembers: $98

Available for course adoption.

Test of Handwriting Skills–

Revised

An untimed, clinical assessment of

neurosensory integration skills evident

in handwriting (both manuscript and

cursive) that often are disrupted in students

with learning difficulties. Provides

nationally derived, expanded norms

(through 18 years, 11 months for both

manuscript and cursive formats).

ISBN-13: 978-1-57128-440-0, 2007

Order #1417. AOTA Members: $140

(Available to AOTA Members only)

Distributed Product

The Fine Motor Olympics

Activities Set

By Marcia P. Bridgeman, OTR/L

Focuses on hand skills and functioning

in preschool or school programs. The

activities book provides 65 activities to

promote hand skills development. The

manual covers grasp patterns, hand muscle

development, wrist stability, arches

of the hand, the use of two hands together, shoulder stability, and

finger muscle warm-ups.

72 pages (book), 92 pages (manual), 2002

Order #1361. AOTA Members: $45, Nonmembers: $62

Distributed Product

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Explore Children &

Youth Topics:

• Autism Resources

• Early Intervention

• Mental Health

• Play

• School-Based Practice

• Sensory Integration

• Occupational Therapy’s Role in

Transition

• Youth Transportation

You’ll also find a wealth

of information developed

and/or curated by AOTA

staff:

• Fact Sheets

Visit www.aota.org/youth to select from numerous

FREE members-only resources, and select items for

the entire occupational therapy community.

Also, be sure to visit OT Connections, AOTA’s online

message board, to interact with other practitioners

working with children and youth.

• Tip Sheets

• FAQs

• Suggested apps

• Pediatric chats

• Legislation and policy affecting

children and youth interventions

• Practice Resources

• And much more!

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AOTA joined with Dynamic Learning Online, Inc., DBA Dynamic Group an AOTA approved provider of continuing education, to offer this online course. Note: additional

products may need to be purchased to complement some of these courses.

CD or Online Format Course

The Short Child Occupational

Profile (SCOPE)

Presented by Patricia Bowyer, EdD, MS, OTR,

FAOTA; Hany Ngo, MOT, OTR; and Jessica

Kramer, PhD, OTR

Earn .6 AOTA CEU (7.5 NBCOT

PDUs/6 contact hours).

Consider how to increase effective occupation-based

practice with the SCOPE

assessment tool. SCOPE provides a systematic method to document

a child’s motivation for occupations, habits, roles, and skills

and to identify environmental supports and barriers. The SCOPE is

appropriate for children and youth ages birth to 21 years in a range

of practice settings. A video case study illustrates SCOPE use, goal

writing, and intervention planning. The required SCOPE manual is

included in the course.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-317-6, 2011

Available in online (flash) or CD-ROM format.

Online: Order #OL4847

AOTA Members: $209, Nonmembers: $289

CD: Order #4847

AOTA Members: $219, Nonmembers: $299

Online Course

Early Identification for Young Children Using a

Family-Centered Approach

This course offers 4 modules that can be taken individually or combined

to enhance your skills in working with families and young

children.

Module 1: A Framework for

Occupational Therapists

Presented by Kris Barnekow, PhD, OTR/L

Earn .15 AOTA CEU (1.88 NBCOT

PDUs/1.5 contact hours).

This course (Module 1) is designed especially

for occupational therapists working

with young children. The course explains

the skills necessary to effectively conduct

screening, surveillance, and other activities

that identify developmental, educational,

medical, psychosocial, and behavioral risk factors. As an occupational

therapist working in early intervention, community settings,

or school settings with young children, this course provides

valuable information to more effectively observe, evaluate, communicate,

and advocate for the needs of young children and their

families.

2014

Order #OL41. AOTA Members: $75, Nonmembers: $99

CONTINUING EDUCATION

Module 2: The Caregiver–Infant

Relationship: Screening for

Emotional Distress

Presented by Kris Barnekow, PhD, OTR/L

Earn AOTA .2 CEU (2.5 NBCOT PDUs/

2 contact hours).

This course introduces the learner to theories

and best practice models that facilitate

improved, healthy caregiver–infant relationships.

Therapeutic strategies, techniques,

and support networks are reviewed

to improve caregiver self-esteem, help caregivers understand

infant cues and behaviors, and educate caregivers on developmental

milestones.

The role of occupational therapists in screening and referring

caregivers for perinatal mental health disorders, specifically postpartum

depression and perinatal posttraumatic stress disorder is

examined. Barriers that hinder screening efforts are addressed.

Order #OL42. AOTA Members: $75, Nonmembers: $99

Module 3: Autism Screening and

Cultural Competency in Early

Intervention

By Lesly W. James, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA

Edited by Kris Barnekow, PhD, OTR/L

Earn .15 CEU (1.88 NBCOT PDUs/

1.5 contact hours).

This course introduces learners to autism

spectrum disorder (ASD), current diagnostic

criteria for ASD, and the importance

of early identification of ASD. The

module examines the role of occupational therapy practitioners

in providing surveillance and screening services to families and

children who may be at risk for autism and describes the criteria

for selecting autism screening tools. The importance of practicing

cultural competency and sensitivity in providing screening services

is addressed, and various models and resources are introduced to

facilitate successful client outcomes in cross-cultural situations.

Types of health literacy are explored, and resources for addressing

health literacy needs are provided to ensure effective surveillance

and screening services for autism.

Order #OL43. AOTA Members: $75, Nonmembers: $99

This course module can be taken individually or combined with Modules 1 and 2 to

enhance your skills in working with families and the young child.

Coming Soon!

Module 4: Occupational Therapy's Contribution to

Early Identification: Early Detection of Neuromuscular

Disorders in Early Intervention Settings

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CONTINUING EDUCATION

CE Chapter for AOTA Press

Bestseller

Best Practices in Early Intervening

Services and Response to Intervention

(Chapter 17)

Best Practices in Early Literacy and

Literacy Skills to Enhance Participation

(Chapter 41)

Best Practices in Handwriting and Writing Skills to Enhance

Participation (Chapter 42)

For full product information, see page 56.

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DEVELOPMENTAL & LEARNING DISABILITIES

Adults With Intellectual and

Developmental Disabilities:

Strategies for Occupational

Therapy

Edited by Kristine Haertl, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA

As rates of autism continue to rise, and

the needs of adults with IDDs become increasingly

complex, a comprehensive client-centered

approach to service delivery

is imperative. This comprehensive book

promotes principles of best practices and

self-determination for approaching evaluation and intervention.

Principles and terminology from the Occupational Therapy Practice

Framework are used alongside the diagnostic criteria as outlined in

the DSM–V.

Highlights include—

• Section I. Facilitating Quality of Life—4 chapters introduce IDDs

in adults and discuss policy and quality systems, fostering quality

of life, and evaluation and intervention.

• Section II. Considerations With Specialty Populations—4 chapters

explore transitioning from adolescence to adulthood, dual

diagnoses and medical considerations, ASDs from a psychiatry

perspective, and aging adults.

• Section III. Innovative Approaches to Intervention—9 chapters discuss

service delivery and family systems; behavioral, cognitive,

and sensory-based approaches; play, leisure, and ADLs; adapting

a unique pediatric intervention model; assistive technology;

and driving.

• Appendixes—4 appendixes include a historical overview and

case narrative of Mildred Ross’s Five-Stage Model, resources, a

glossary, and more.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-350-3, 446 pages, 2014

Order #900350. AOTA Members: $79, Nonmembers: $112

Available for course adoption.

MORE RESOURCES

• Autism Resources, p. 22

• Driving & Community Mobility Resources, p. 34

• Mental Health Resources, p. 45

• School-Based Practice Resources, p. 56

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DRIVING & COMMUNITY MOBILITY

AVAILABLE FROM

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Driving and Community Mobility:

Occupational Therapy Strategies

Across the Lifespan

Edited by Mary Jo McGuire, MS, OTR/L, FAOTA,

and Elin Schold Davis, OTR/L, CDRS

The scope of driving and community

mobility includes readiness to drive to

competence to drive to the transition to

alternative modes of transportation. The

issues are complex, and the consequences FLASH DRIVE

related to changes in independence in

driving and community mobility are life-altering.

This publication, which gathers researchers and clinicians in

a team effort to offer expert guidance for occupational therapy’s

work in the ever-developing practice area of driving and community

mobility, includes a flash drive containing client resources, fact

sheets, guides, assessments, articles, and Web resources.

Highlights—

• Chapter 1. Introduction to Community Mobility and Driving

• Chapter 2. The Big Picture: Comprehensive Mobility Options

• Chapter 3. Welcome to the Team! Who Are the Stakeholders?

• Chapter 4. Understanding Psychosocial Needs and Issues

Related to Driving and Community Mobility and the Role of

Occupational Therapy

• Chapter 5. Occupational Therapy’s Ethical Obligation to Address

Driving and Community Mobility

• Chapter 6. Analyzing the Complex Instrumental Activities of

Daily Living of Driving and Community Mobility

• Chapter 7. Cognition: A Vital Component to Driving and

Community Mobility

• Chapter 8. Vision and Driving

• Chapter 9. Occupational Therapy Driving Evaluation: Using

Evidence-Based Screening and Assessment Tools

• Chapter 10. Use of Adaptive Equipment to Compensate for

Impairments in Motor Performance Skills and Client Factors

• Chapter 11. Clinical Reasoning Process in the Comprehensive

Driving Evaluation

• Chapter 12. Behind the Wheel: Driver Rehabilitation

Intervention

• Chapter 13. Assessing, Treating, and Preparing Youth With

Special Needs for Driving and Community Mobility.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-335-0, 434 pages, 2012

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New!

Occupational Therapy Practice

Guidelines for Driving and

Community Mobility for Older

Adults

By Wendy Stav, PhD, OTR/L, SCDCM, FAOTA

Driving and community mobility occupy

a central place in the lives of older

adults and their families and friends.

These skills are particularly valuable

as occupational enablers because they

facilitate participation in other IADLs,

education, work, play, leisure, and social activities. The changes

that take place during aging, however, may result in challenges to

older adults’ ability to drive or otherwise navigate the community.

Therefore, occupational therapy practitioners need to address driving

and community mobility with aging clients.

This Practice Guideline provides an overview of the occupational

therapy process for adults whose driving and community

mobility have been affected by various age-related conditions.

Topics include evaluation and behind-the-wheel assessment, client

interventions, technology- and vehicle-based interventions,

and policy interventions. Special attention is given to assessment

considerations for people with Alzheimer’s disease.

ISBN: 978-1-56900-368-8, 158 pages, 2015

Order #900368. AOTA Members: $74, Nonmembers: $105

Available for course adoption.

MORE RESOURCES

• Autism Resources, p. 22

• OT–DORA: Occupational Therapy Driver Off-Road

Assessment Battery, p. 17

CarFit events include occupational therapy

volunteers to help older adults check the “fit” of

their vehicles, and raise community awareness

of the services occupational therapy provides.

Interested? Go to www.car-fit.org.

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AOTA Driving & Community Mobility Continuing

Education Courses are ADED Approved.

Online Course

Driving and Community Mobility

for Older Adults: Occupational

Therapy Roles, Revision

Presented by Susan L. Pierce, OTR/L, SCDCM,

CDRS, and Elin Schold Davis, OTR/L, CDRS

Contributor: Linda A. Hunt, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA

Earn .6 AOTA CEU (7.5 NBCOT PDUs/

6 contact hours).

This online course contains practical

content, research, tools, and resources

designed to advance your knowledge

about the IADL of driving and community mobility. This course

provides information at the generalist and specialist level to assist

occupational therapy practitioners in determining older driver

risks, recommending that driving cease or resume, and assisting in

decisions related to transportation options and alternative forms of

community mobility. Information on building a network of services

from multiple disciplines is provided.

2010

Order #OL33. AOTA Members: $180, Nonmembers: $257

CD or Online Format Course

Determining Capacity to Drive

for Drivers With Dementia Using

Research, Ethics, and Professional

Reasoning: The Responsibility of

All Occupational Therapists

Presented by Linda A. Hunt, PhD, OTR/L,

FAOTA

Earn .2 AOTA CEU (2.5 NBCOT PDUs/

2 contact hours).

This course addresses the required professional reasoning and

ethics for making final recommendations about the driving capacity

for older adults with dementia. Case studies that include video

clips address decision making, communication with clients, evaluation

and assessment tools, and the role of physicians and occupational

therapy practitioners. The course also provides the Multifactor

Older Driver With Dementia Evaluation Model (MODEM) tool

to help determine whether older clients with dementia should

continue or cease driving.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-304-6, 2010

Available in online (flash) or CD-ROM format.

Online: Order #OL4842

AOTA Members: $65, Nonmembers: $89

CD: Order #4842

AOTA Members: $75, Nonmembers: $99

CD or Online Format Course

Creating Successful Transitions

to Community Mobility

Independence for Adolescents:

Addressing the Needs of Students

With Cognitive, Social, and

Behavioral Limitations

Presented by Miriam Monahan, MS, OTR,

CDRS, CDI, and Kimberly Patten, OTL, AMPS

certified

Earn .7 AOTA CEU (8.75 NBCOT PDUs/7 contact hours).

Occupational therapy services for adolescents must include critical

issues of transportation for individuals with cognitive, social, and

behavioral limitations. In this course, learn about community mobility

options and driving. Appropriate transportation is essential

for engaging in vocational, social, and educational opportunities.

Addresses the issue of community mobility skill development for

youth with diagnoses such as autism and attention deficit disorders.

Practitioners in educational settings will learn how to address

community mobility in the IEP. Occupational therapy practitioners

practicing in the community or driver rehabilitation program will

gain information on identifying when a student is ready for driving.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-275-9, 2009

Available in online (flash) or CD-ROM format.

Online: Order #OL4833

AOTA Members: $88, Nonmembers: $130

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AOTA Members: $98, Nonmembers: $140

CD or Online Format Course

Driving Assessment and Training

Techniques: Addressing the

Needs of Students With Cognitive

and Social Limitations Behind the

Wheel

Presented by Miriam Monahan, MS, OTR,

CDRS, CDI

Earn 1 AOTA CEU (12.5 NBCOT

PDUs/10 contact hours).

Occupational therapy practitioners addressing the important IADL

of driving are challenged by students with Asperger syndrome,

nonverbal learning disabilities, autism, traumatic brain injury,

attention deficit disorders, and lower IQ scores. This course addresses

issues related to driving assessment and training, including

skills deficits related to these diagnoses, methods and tools that

address driving skills, assessment techniques to determine the

readiness to drive, and intervention techniques for developing specific

social and executive function skills necessary for driving tasks.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-281-0, 2009

Available in online (flash) or CD-ROM format.

Online: Order #OL4837

AOTA Members: $159, Nonmembers: $234

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Free Course

The Ethical and Professional

Obligation to Address Driving

When Delivering Occupational

Therapy Services

By Deborah Yarett Slater, MS, OT/L, FAOTA,

AOTA Staff Liaison to the Ethics Commission

This module addresses the professional

and ethical obligations of occupational

therapists to identify performance deficits

and safety risks that affect safety in

driving and community mobility. Using

the principles in Occupational Therapy Code of Ethics (2015),

occupational therapy practitioners will be able to identify the

potential threats to clients. Occupational therapists will learn the

importance of addressing performance skills deficits and related

client factors for safety in the performance of ADLs and IADLs.

Decisions are based on quantitative data, clinical reasoning/

judgment, and evidence of the impact of conditions on driving/

mobility. Professional and ethical responsibilities, occupational

therapy evaluation, considerations for safe driving, communication

with clients, legal obligations, and documentation procedures are

covered in this module.

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For additional CE related to Driving &

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• Online Course: Low Vision in Older Adults:

Foundations for Rehabilitation, 2nd Edition

Earn .8 AOTA CEU (10 NBCOT PDUs/8 contact hours).

See page 62.

• Low Vision: Occupational Therapy Evaluation and

Intervention With Older Adults, Revised Edition

Earn 2 AOTA CEUs (25 NBCOT PDUs/20 contact hours).

See page 62.

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ACADEMIC & FIELDWORK / NBCOT ® EXAM PREP

Coming Soon!

The Essential Guide to

Occupational Therapy Fieldwork

Education: Resources for

Educators and Practitioners,

2nd Edition

Edited by Donna Costa, DHS, OTR/L, FAOTA

Fieldwork provides a valuable opportunity

in occupational therapy to mentor

and learn from students, promote the

FLASH DRIVE

profession and contribute to its growth,

document best practices, and increase professional development.

This comprehensive, user-friendly manual provides the latest

information, policies, and concepts affecting occupational therapy

fieldwork education today. Each section begins with an introduction

that succinctly ties together the knowledge presented.

Experienced practitioners will find the updated materials useful

for resolving challenging fieldwork situations. Those taking a

student for the first time will see the big picture of preparing the

profession’s next practitioners. Clinical department managers and

student coordinators will learn how to prepare a student fieldwork

manual for clinical sites and educate staff about recent changes

in education. Academic fieldwork coordinators, whose job it is to

pull the entire fieldwork experience together and make it work, will

find new ideas to try and resources to share with colleagues. Newly

appointed or hired academic fieldwork coordinators can use this

guide to quickly get up to speed.

Includes a flash drive with sample fieldwork and orientation

manuals.

Highlights—

• Part I. Purpose of Fieldwork Education

• Part II. Level I Fieldwork

• Part III. Level II Fieldwork

• Part IV. Policies Affecting Fieldwork

• Part V. The Path to Becoming a Fieldwork Educator

• Part VI. Fieldwork Resources for Students

• Part VII. Establishing New Fieldwork Programs

• Part VIII. Expanding Fieldwork Opportunities

• Part IX. Resources for Academic Fieldwork Educators

• Part X. Continuing Competency

• Part XI. Assessment of Student Competencies

• Part XII. Challenging Fieldwork Situations

• Part XIII. Professional Behavior

• Part XIV. Resources for Further Learning

Appendixes—

• Washington University School of Medicine Programs in Occupational

Therapy Fieldwork Manual

• Colorado State University Department of Occupational Therapy

2015 Fieldwork Educator Handbooks for Fieldwork IB

• Penn State Mont Alto University College Occupational Therapy

Assistant Program Fieldwork Manual

• Barnes Jewish Hospital Department of Rehabilitation Occupational

Therapy Student Orientation Manual

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-366-4, est. 500 pages, 2015

Order #900366. AOTA Members: $69, Nonmembers: $98

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Occupational Therapy Fieldwork

Survival Guide: A Student

Planner, 2nd Edition

By Bonnie Napier, EdD, OTR

The transition from academic work to

clinical focus during Level II occupational

therapy fieldwork can be both exciting

and challenging. This interactive book

provides students with an organizational

tool that will help them make the

transition smoothly and thrive during

fieldwork.

This combination calendar–planner

and self-organizer, which includes concepts from the Occupational

Therapy Practice Framework, allows students to

• Keep track of schedules

• Note meetings and other “must-dos”

• Record journal entries and reflections

• Organize and record supervisor questions and comments

• Record important information about each fieldwork site

• Organize materials and resources

• Write goals, action plans, and timelines for completion

• Record progress from student toward master clinician.

Chapters feature personal, professional, and client success

strategies, as well as reflective forms to complete. In addition,

“Talk It Over With Your Clinical Supervisors” boxes suggest useful

questions to ask about each of the topics discussed in the book.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-292-6, 340 pages, 2011

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Fieldwork Performance Evaluation for the

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These evaluation forms measure all aspects of entry-level competence

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Fieldwork Educators Certificate

Workshops

The knowledge, supervision, and direction of occupational therapy

fieldwork educators are critical to the success of students

and the future of occupational therapy. The new national AOTA

Fieldwork Educators Certificate Program (FWECP) helps advance

these important skills through 2-day training workshops

throughout the country. Attendees will earn 15 contact hours of

continuing education credit toward licensure renewal.

To learn more and locate a workshop in your area, go to

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Clinical Supervision in

Occupational Therapy: A Guide

for Fieldwork and Practice

By Donna M. Costa, MS, OTR/L

This essential book addresses the research,

theory, development, and training

gaps in the occupational therapy knowledge

base and provides a theoretical and

philosophical framework that corrects

myths about clinical supervision and

FLASH DRIVE

forges a connection between the theory

and practice of clinical education and supervision. Useful for students

preparing for Level II fieldwork, new practitioners, fieldwork

educators, and managers.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-218-6, 277 pages, 2007

Order #1238. AOTA Members: $39, Nonmembers: $55

Available for course adoption.

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Best Practices in Applying the

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ETHICS

Coming Soon!

Reference Guide to the Occupational Therapy Code of

Ethics, 2015 Edition

Edited by Deborah Yarett Slater, MS, OT/L, FAOTA

This book, updated to reflect the 2015 Code of Ethics, includes new

advisory opinions and articles that address ethical trends. Tools

and resources provide the foundation of professional values and

ethical reasoning to guide complex ethical dilemmas and positively

affect those served by occupational therapy.

Highlights—

• Part I. Occupational Therapy Code of Ethics (2015)

• Part II. Enforcement

• Part III. Jurisdiction—disciplinary actions, ethical jurisdictions

of AOTA, NBCOT, and SRBs

• Part IV. Educational and Research Tools—function of ethics,

AOTA Ethics Commission, occupational therapy values and beliefs,

ethical vs. legal issues, productivity, errors, moral distress,

contracts, research

• Appendixes—glossary, resources.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-375-6, est. 250 pages, 2016

Order #900375. AOTA Members: $49, Nonmembers: $69

Available for course adoption.

Practical Applications for the

Occupational Therapy Code of

Ethics and Ethics Standards

Edited by Janie B. Scott, MA, OT/L, FAOTA, and

S. Maggie Reitz, PhD, FAOTA, OTR/L

This comprehensive resource provides

occupational therapy practitioners

and students with case studies to help

promote ethical reflection and practice

in their increasingly complex and varied

professional roles.

The authors present models and approaches for resolving ethical

dilemmas and provide realistic case studies and vignettes to

assist readers in identifying solutions that range from taking no

action or addressing the situation at the local level to involving

organizations and agencies to promote ethical practice and protect

the public and the profession. The goal is to help practitioners and

students strive toward the principles articulated in the Code and to

expand the dialogue around ethical practice.

Chapter Highlights—

• Part I. Foundations—historical background, promoting ethics in

practice

• Part II. Principles—beneficence, nonmaleficence, autonomy

and confidentiality, social justice, procedural justice, veracity,

fidelity

• Part III. Models—solving ethical dilemmas

• Part IV. Applications—mental health; productive aging;

children and youth; health promotion and wellness; work and

industry; participation, disability, and rehabilitation; administration

and private practice; higher education; research; internal

relationships; within institutions; external relationships;

among institutions

• Glossary and resources

• Appendixes.

ISBN: 978-1-56900-340-4, 308 pages, 2013

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ETHICS

CONTINUING EDUCATION

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Coming Soon!

AOTA Ethics Topics: Fieldwork

Issues

By Deborah Yarett Slater, MS,OT/L, FAOTA,

AOTA Ethics Program Manager

For most of us, there will come a time in

our professional career when we will either

work alongside or supervise fieldwork

students. Awareness of ethical issues that

may arise in these situations and thoughtful

ways to analyze and resolve them is

an important skill. This online course will

provide helpful information on fieldwork ethics to the student,

fieldwork educator, and academic fieldwork coordinator.

2015

Order #OL4898. Pricing to come.

Short Online Course

Ethics Topic—Scope of Practice

By Deborah Yarett Slater, MS, OT/L, FAOTA,

AOTA Ethics Program Manager & Governance

Liaison, and Chuck Willmarth, Director, AOTA

Health Policy and State Affairs

Earn .15 AOTA CEU (1.88 NBCOT

PDUs/1.5 contact hours).

This course assists you in identifying ethical,

legal, and professional responsibilities

related to occupational therapy’s scope of

practice. The scope of practice is developed

by individual state regulatory boards and impacts everyday clinical

decisions. The course provides a framework to assist in decision

making. Your learning is further enhanced by exploring threats and

opportunities related to scope of practice issues.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-362-6, 2014

Order #OL4885. AOTA Members: $55, Nonmembers: $75

CD or Online Format Course

Ethics Topic—Duty to Warn:

An Ethical Responsibility for

All Practitioners

Presented by Deborah Yarett Slater, MS, OT/L,

FAOTA, Staff Liaison to the Ethics Commission

Earn .1 AOTA CEU (1.25 NBCOT

PDUs/1 contact hour).

This course assists participants in understanding

professional, ethical, and legal

responsibilities in the identification of safety issues in ADLs and

IADLs as they evaluate and provide intervention to clients. The

importance of utilizing data from both objective and subjective

sources to determine risk of harm in performing daily activities is

stressed. The course includes interactive case studies and resources

to enhance learning. Improve your practice and protect yourself

and your clients.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-333-6, 2012

Available in online (flash) or CD-ROM format.

Online: Order #OL4882

AOTA Members: $35, Nonmembers: $55

CD: Order #4882

AOTA Members: $45, Nonmembers: $65

CD or Online Format Course

Ethics Topic—Moral Distress:

Surviving Clinical Chaos

Presented by Lea Cheyney Brandt, OTD,

MA, OTR/L, Member-at-Large, AOTA Ethics

Commission

Earn .1 AOTA CEU (1.25 NBCOT

PDUs/1 contact hour).

This course explores how the complex nature

of today’s health care environment

may result in increased moral distress for occupational therapy

practitioners. In addition to exploring the sources of moral distress,

the course offers coping strategies for reducing negative outcomes

associated with this rising phenomenon. Participants will

be able to identify factors that may contribute to moral distress

for occupational therapy practitioners and managers, recognize

its impact on occupational therapy practice, identify strategies to

combat it, and recognize how to shape the environment to reduce

its negative consequences in occupational therapy practice.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-288-9, 2009

Available in online (flash) or CD-ROM format.

Online: Order #OL4840

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CONTINUING EDUCATION

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Ethics Topic—Organizational

Ethics: Occupational Therapy

Practice in a Complex Health

Environment

Presented by Lea Cheyney Brandt, OTD,

MA, OTR/L, Member-at-Large, AOTA Ethics

Commission

Earn .1 AOTA CEU (1.25 NBCOT

PDUs/1 contact hour).

This course addresses organizational ethics issues that may

influence the ethical decision making of occupational therapy

practitioners. The course explores ethical conflicts that may arise

between the practitioner as an organizational employee and as an

autonomous health care provider. Participants will learn strategies

to assist in addressing situations in which occupational therapy

practitioners may be pressured by an organization’s administration

to provide services that are in conflict with their personal or

professional code of ethics. Participants will have the opportunity

to explore how their own actions as members of the health care

organization support an ethical culture.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-289-6, 2009

Available in online (flash) or CD-ROM format.

Online: Order #OL4841

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Upper-Extremity Task-Specific

Training After Stroke or Disability:

A Manual for Occupational

Therapy and Physical Therapy

By Catherine E. Lang, PhD, PT, and Rebecca L.

Birkenmeier, OTD, OTR/L

Task-specific training has emerged as

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Drawing on decades of clinical research

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integrate task-specific training into occupational therapy and

physical therapy interventions. Included are 100 self-care, productivity,

and leisure task examples, each of which describes the key

impairments that the task addresses, materials needed to perform

the task, ways to make the task more or less difficult, how to determine

task mastery, and ideas for related tasks.

Highlights include—

• Chapter 1. Overview of Task-Specific Training—Describes how

to use the manual, task-specific training as an emerging treatment

choice, principles of task-specific training, and unique

challenges of upper-extremity task-specific training

• Chapter 2. Assessment for Task-Specific Training—Explains

assessing sensorimotor impairments and upper-extremity function

and activity, as well as identifying and setting goals

• Chapter 3. Task-Specific Training—Discusses matching goals

with specific tasks, grading tasks to challenge motor capabilities,

progressing or changing tasks, changing to new or different

tasks, and managing feedback during training

• Chapter 4. Toolbox of Upper-Extremity Tasks—Includes 100

self-care, productivity, and leisure task descriptions; categorical

and alphabetical indexes; ways to grade tasks; key impairments

addressed by each task; and a blank task description form

example

• Chapter 5. Planning and Organizing Tasks Into a Treatment Program—Describes

length and frequency of treatment programs;

how to select complementary tasks; and treatment program

adaptations for people with pain, ataxia, apraxia, and hemispatial

neglect

• Chapter 6. Task-Specific Training as the Home Exercise Program—Explains

type and difficulty of tasks, number of tasks,

and participation in a home exercise program.

This comprehensive and practical manual promotes clientcentered

care, encouraging practitioners to match clients’ motor

capabilities, goals, and interests to specific, challenging tasks.

ISBN-13: 978-156-900-349-7, 158 pages, 2014

Order #900349. AOTA Members: $49, Nonmembers $69

Available for course adoption.

MORE RESOURCES

• Asher’s Occupational Therapy Assessment Tools, p. 15

• Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, p. 69

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Newly Updated! Online Format Course

Hand Rehabilitation: A Client-

Centered and Occupation-Based

Approach

Presented by Debbie Amini, EdD, OTR/L, CHT

Earn .2 AOTA CEU (2.5 NBCOT PDUs/

2 contact hours).

This course offers important information

for practitioners providing rehabilitation

of the hand. Topics include clientcentered

evaluation, use of occupation-focused interventions, and

strategies for long- and short-term goal setting. Includes practical

case examples to illustrate clinical application.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-270-4, 2015

Available in online (flash) or CD-ROM format.

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HISTORY

A Professional Legacy:

The Eleanor Clarke Slagle

Lectures in Occupational

Therapy, 1955–2010, 3rd Edition

Edited by René Padilla, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA,

and Yolanda Griffiths, OTD, OTR/L, FAOTA

The Eleanor Clarke Slagle Lecture is

awarded each year to a leader in occupational

therapy who has made a significant

and long-standing contribution to the

profession. Together, these lectures document

the evolution of the profession, tracking important history,

values, beliefs, wisdoms, and commitments that remain part of the

occupational therapy consciousness today.

This compilation offers readers an opportunity to discuss,

reflect, and affirm their own commitments to the occupational

therapy profession by hearing the voices of leaders, mentors, and

role models. The lectures are published as they originally were

given. Brief introductions to each section place these lectures in

historical context both within and outside the profession.

Discussion questions and suggested learning activities further

enhance readers’ learning. An appendix offers updated biographical

sketches of each lecturer.

Section Highlights—

• The 1950s: Launching a New Tradition

• The 1960s: Theoretical Flourishing

• The 1970s: Growth and Expansion

• The 1980s: Professional Identity

• The 1990s: Occupation Revisited

• The 2000s: The New Millennium

Appendixes

• Short Biographies of the Eleanor Clarke Slagle Lecturers,

1955–2010

• Bibliography: U.S. and World History

• Bibliography: History of Occupational Therapy in the United

States

• Bibliography: History of Occupational Therapy Around the

World

• Presidents of the American Occupational Therapy Association

• Ongoing Wisdom After the Lecture

• Lecture in Honor of Eleanor Clarke Slagle, by Adolph Meyer.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-297-1, 775 pages, 2011

Order #1234A. AOTA Members: $69, Nonmembers: $98

Classic!

Occupational Therapy History:

The First 30 Years, 1900 to 1930

By Virginia A. M. Quiroga, PhD

Foreword by Robert K. Bing

Since the occupational therapy profession

emerged in the 1910s, it has had to

explain itself to the world of medicine and

to the public. The word therapy seems to

have been understood easily; the word

occupation has been more troublesome. In

the early part of the 20th century, with its

new focus on science and medicine, many

interpreted it to mean “vocational.” But to the early occupational

therapists it meant more than that. They took a holistic approach

to health care, believing that, to achieve good health, a patient had

to engage the body, mind, and spirit in the process of healing.

For occupational therapists, today’s world parallels that of

a century ago. By studying the legacy of experience left by the

profession’s founders and immediate successors, readers can learn

about their creativeness under dire conditions, which produced

concepts and ideas that can enlighten us today. This book offers

substantial knowledge and inspiration that enhances our competence,

understanding, and courage.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-025-0, 290 pages, 1995

Order #1132. AOTA Members: $39, Nonmembers: $49

Explore the history of

occupational therapy!

AOTF's Wilma L. West (WLW) Library is home

to a unique collection of resources that help to

advance research, education, and leadership

in occupational therapy and raise public

awareness of the vital link between everyday

living and health. Visit http://www.aotf.org/

resourceswlwlibrary.aspx to learn more.

MORE RESOURCES

• For the Love of Occupation, p. 9

• Perspectives for Occupation-Based Practice, p. 7

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MENTAL HEALTH

AVAILABLE FROM AOTA PRESS & AOTA CE!

Occupational Therapy in Mental

Health: Considerations for

Advanced Practice

Edited by Marian Kavanagh Scheinholtz, MS,

OT/L

Occupational therapy began as a mental

health profession but over time has lost

its recognition as a leading profession

contributing to the recovery of people

with mental illness. Assuming positions

of leadership and influence in policymaking,

clinical services, and education is vital to the sustainability

of occupational therapy practice in mental health.

This book and Self-Paced Clinical Course offers a comprehensive

discussion of recent advances and trends in mental health

practice, including theories, standards of practice, and evidence as

they apply to occupational therapy. Chapters include content from

several federal and nongovernmental entities such as the National

Institute of Mental Health, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health

Services Administration, and the National Council on Persons With

Disabilities.

Chapters offer readers an understanding of the—

• Implications of the 2003 President’s New Freedom Commission

on Mental Health report concerning the U.S. mental health

system for occupational therapy practice;

• The Recovery Model, its promotion of the participation of

consumers with mental illness, and its use as a framework for

occupational therapy practice in mental health;

• Current topics such as trauma-informed care, consumerdirected

care, and the use of evidence-based practices—and

their application to occupational therapy; and

• Advanced roles for occupational therapists, including advocacy,

private practice, and consulting.

It is an exceptional tool in support of the advanced-practice

AOTA Board Certification in Mental Health (BCMH) process. It also

is relevant to maintain competency and keep current in mental

health occupational therapy practice, education, and leadership.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-274-2, 360 pages, 2010

Order #1257. AOTA Members: $69, Nonmembers: $98

Available for course adoption.

EARN CE!

Also Available as a Self-Paced Clinical Course

Earn 2 AOTA CEUs (25 NBCOT PDUs/20 contact hours).

Order #3027. AOTA Members: $259, Nonmembers: $359

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Mental Health Promotion,

Prevention, and Intervention With

Children and Youth: A Guiding

Framework for Occupational

Therapy

Edited by Susan Bazyk, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA

This text and Self-Paced Clinical Course

provides a framework for occupational

therapists and occupational therapy assistants

that can be applied in all children

and youth practice settings. The content

lays a foundation for conceptualizing the role of occupational

therapy in mental health promotion, prevention, and intervention

when working with children and youth—those with and without

disabilities, mental illness, or both—in schools and community settings.

Reflecting a public health approach to occupational therapy

services at the universal, targeted, and intensive levels, the emphasis

is on helping all children develop and maintain positive affect, positive

psychological and social functioning, productive activities, and

resilience.

Highlights—

• Chapter 1. Promotion of Positive Mental Health in Children

and Youth

• Chapter 2. Occupational Therapy Process

• Chapter 3. Major Approaches Useful in Addressing the Mental

Health Needs of Children and Youth

• Chapter 4. Pathways to Positive Development

• Chapter 5. Development and Implementation of Groups to

Foster Social Participation and Mental Health

• Chapter 6. Enduring Challenges and Situational Stressors

During the School Years

• Chapter 7. Occupational Therapy for Youth at Risk of Psychosis

and Those With Identified Mental Illness

• Chapter 8. Autism

• Chapter 9. Children and Youth With Disabilities

• Chapter 10. Occupational Therapy for Children With Severe

Emotional Disturbance in Alternative Educational Settings

• Chapter 11. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder,

Developmental Coordination Disorder, and Learning Disabilities

• Chapter 12. Promoting Mental Health, Social Participation, and

Self-Determination in the Transition From School to Adult Life

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-307-7, 310 pages, 2011

Order #1260. AOTA Members: $69, Nonmembers: $98

Available for course adoption.

EARN CE!

Also Available as a Self-Paced Clinical Course

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Order #3030. AOTA Members: $245, Nonmembers: $345

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MENTAL HEALTH

Occupational Therapy Practice

Guidelines for Adults With

Serious Mental Illness

By Catana Brown, PhD, OTR, FAOTA

About 26% of Americans have a mental

illness; 6% have serious mental illness.

This makes mental illness a leading cause

of disability in America. Using an evidence-based

perspective and key concepts

from the Occupational Therapy Practice

Framework, this guideline provides an

overview of the occupational therapy process for adults with serious

mental illness. It details occupational therapy interventions

and explains the contribution of the profession in mental health in

areas such as education, work, community living, health and wellness,

and cognition. This guideline includes evidence tables in each

area, as well as examples of diagnostic and billing coding.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-331-2, 115 pages, 2012

Order #2219. AOTA Members: $69, Nonmembers: $98

Available for course adoption.

Occupational Therapy Practice

Guidelines for Mental Health

Promotion, Prevention, and

Intervention for Children and

Youth

By Susan Bazyk, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA, and

Marian Arbesman, PhD, OTR/L

The U.S. Surgeon General has estimated

that between 5% and 11% of school-age

children have mental health disorders

that result in extreme or significant

functional impairment, indicating that of the 70 million children

and adolescents in the United States, 6 million to 9 million have a

serious emotional disturbance.

Federal legislation mandates services, including occupational

therapy, for some children with disabilities. As positive mental

health is considered fundamental to overall health and quality

of life and contributes to the functioning of individuals, families,

communities, and societies, this guideline presents a public health

model to envision and guide occupational therapy services in the

promotion of mental health and prevention and intervention of

mental illness for school, community, and health care settings.

Topics include universal mental health promotion and prevention

services, targeted mental health services, and intensive mental

health services.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-341-1, 171 pages, 2013

Order #2223. AOTA Members: $69, Nonmembers: $98

Available for course adoption.

MORE RESOURCES

• Asher’s Occupational Therapy Assessment Tools, p. 15

• The Test of Grocery Shopping Skills, p. 18

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Using the Occupational Therapy

Practice Guidelines for Adults

With Serious Mental Illness

By Cantana Brown, PhD, OTR, FAOTA

Earn .2 CEU (2.5 NBCOT PDUs/

2 contact hours).

Using an evidence-based perspective

and key concepts from the Occupational

Therapy Practice Framework, this guideline provides an overview

of the occupational therapy process for adults with serious mental

illness. It details occupational therapy interventions and explains

the contribution of the profession in mental health in areas such

as education, work, community living, health and wellness, and

cognition. The guideline includes evidence tables in each area, as

well as examples of diagnostic and billing coding. It is valuable not

only to occupational therapy students and professionals but also to

consumers, consumer providers, mental health program administrators

and other mental health program staff, mental health

advocates, health care regulators, third-party payers, and managed

care organizations.

Online: Order #OL4886

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Online Course

Bully Prevention and Friendship

Promotion: Occupational Therapy’s

Role in School Settings

Course adapted from materials provided by

Susan Bazyk, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA

Earn 1 contact hour (1 NBCOT PDU).

This FREE self-paced course challenges occupational

therapy practitioners in school

settings to consider the impact of bullying

on mental health and occupational performance.

A public health approach easily incorporated in practice

provides useful evaluation and intervention strategies. Participation

in this course provides knowledge useful for bully prevention

and friendship promotion. Includes interactive learning activities

and a variety of resources. Earn 1 contact hour toward continuing

education requirements at a very low cost!

Order #WA1080

AOTA Members: $10, Nonmembers: $19.95

FREE WEBCASTS

To access free webcasts, go to store.aota.org. Enter the order

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your order, you will receive an email providing information

on accessing the course on AOTA LEARN (www.aota.org/

learn).

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OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY PRACTICE FRAMEWORK

Bestseller!

Occupational Therapy Practice

Framework: Domain and Process,

3rd Edition

By American Occupational Therapy Association

As occupational therapy celebrates its

centennial in 2017, attention returns to

the profession’s founding belief in the

value of therapeutic occupations as a way

to remediate illness and maintain health.

The founders emphasized the importance

of establishing a therapeutic relationship

with each client and designing an intervention plan based on the

knowledge about a client’s context and environment, values, goals,

and needs. Using today’s lexicon, the profession’s founders proposed

a vision for the profession that was occupation based, client

centered, and evidence based—the vision articulated in this new

edition of the Occupational Therapy Practice Framework: Domain

and Process.

The Framework is a must-have AOTA official document. Intended

for occupational therapy practitioners and students, other

health care professionals, educators, researchers, payers, and consumers,

the Framework summarizes the interrelated constructs that

describe occupational therapy practice. In addition to the creation

of a new preface to set the tone for the work, this edition includes

the following highlights:

• A redefinition of the overarching statement describing

occupational therapy’s domain

• A new definition of clients that includes persons, groups, and

populations

• Further delineation of the profession’s relationship to

organizations

• Inclusion of activity demands as part of the process

• And even more up-to-date analysis and guidance for today’s

occupational therapy practitioners.

Achieving health, well-being, and participation in life through engagement

in occupation is the overarching statement that describes

the domain and process of occupational therapy in the fullest

sense. The Framework can provide the structure and guidance that

practitioners can use to meet this important goal.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-361-9, 48 pages, 2014

Order #900361. AOTA Members: $39, Nonmembers: $55

Available for course adoption.

MORE RESOURCES

• Administration & Management Resources, p. 13

• American Journal of Occupational Therapy (AJOT), p. 67

• Ethics Resources, p. 39

• History Resources, p. 43

• OT Search, p. 67

• Reference Resources, p. 54

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Online Short Course

Exploring the Occupational

Therapy Practice Framework:

Domain and Process, 3rd Edition

By Debbie Amini, EdD, OTR/L, CHT, FAOTA

Earn .15 AOTA CEU (1.88 NBCOT

PDUs/1.5 contact hours).

This course focuses on applying and

articulating occupational therapy's unique

domain as described in the 2014 edition of

the Framework. Information in the course is

relevant in all practice settings and assists

practitioners in articulating the valued and authentic contributions

of occupational therapy. Information provided in the course is very

useful for practitioners, academic educators, students, fieldwork

supervisors, and researchers in appreciating the diversity and unifying

aspects of occupational therapy in a variety of settings.

Required reading: Occupational Therapy Practice Framework:

Domain and Process, 3rd Edition.

2014

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Bestseller

Best Practices in Applying the

Occupational Therapy Practice

Framework in Schools (Chapter 2)

For full product information,

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New Edition of Award-Winning Classic!

Lifestyle Redesign ® : Guidelines

for Implementation of the

Intervention Assessed for

Effectiveness in the USC Well

Elderly Studies, 2nd Edition

By Florence A. Clark, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA;

Jeanine Blanchard, PhD, OTR/L; Alix Sleight,

OTD, OTR/L; Alison Cogan, MA, OTR/L; Lucía

Floríndez, MA; Sarah Gleason, BA; Rebecca

Heymann, BA, OTS; Valerie Hill, PhD, OTR/L;

Alexis Holden, MA, OTR/L; Molly Murphy,

BA, OTS; Rachel Proffitt, OTD, OTR/L; Stacey

Schepens Niemiec, PhD, OTR/L; and Cheryl Vigen, PhD

Reorganized, expanded, and updated, this new edition of the

award-wining Lifestyle Redesign ® gives practical guidance in this

preventative occupational therapy program for independent-living

older adults.

Highlights include—

Part I. The USC Well Elderly Studies

• Chapter 1. The First USC Well Elderly Clinical Trial

• Chapter 2. Lifestyle Redesign Program: Conceptual Foundation

• Chapter 3. Needs Evaluation

• Chapter 4. Methods of Delivery

• Chapter 5. Outcomes and Reimbursement

Part II. Lifestyle Redesign Treatment Modules

• Chapter 6. Introduction to Lifestyle Redesign Treatment

Modules

• Module 1. Occupation, Health, and Aging

• Module 2. Community Mobility, Transportation, and Occupation

• Module 3. The Building Blocks of Longevity: Various Types of

Activity

• Module 4. Stress and Inflammation Management

• Module 5. Dining and Nutrition

• Module 6. Time and Occupation

• Module 7. Home and Community Safety

• Module 8. Relationships and Occupation

• Module 9. Thriving

• Module 10. Navigating Health Care

• Module 11. Ending a Group: Finalizing Personal Engagement

Plans

This new edition highlights the effectiveness of interventions

implementing Lifestyle Redesign ® in increasing older adults’ health

and quality of life. It outlines the steps for successful intervention

and uses evidence to emphasize the cost-effectiveness of preventative

occupational therapy.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-359-6, 206 pages, 2015

Order #900359. AOTA Members: $79, Nonmembers: $112

Available for course adoption.

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Earn CE credit while learning about the Lifestyle Redesign

method. This 6 module series, developed by the authors of

Lifestyle Redesign, will provide background information and

detailed explanation of how to use the Lifestyle Redesign

treatment modules developed at USC.

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Occupational Therapy Practice

Guidelines for Productive Aging

for Community-Dwelling Older

Adults

By Natalie Leland, PhD, OTR/L, BCG; Sharon

J. Elliott, DHS, GCG, OTR/L, BCG, FAOTA; and

Kimberly Johnson, MSW

To support productive aging and continued

participation despite occupational

shifts in habits, roles, and routines,

preventive care models that include

self-management programs and strategies to support participation

are needed that will support older adults in the management of

their chronic conditions and prevention of illness and injury. Will

help occupational therapists and occupational therapy assistants,

as well as the individuals who manage, reimburse, or set policy regarding

occupational therapy services, understand the contribution

of occupational therapy in treating community-living older adults

to facilitate productive aging.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-332-9, 167 pages, 2012

Order #2220. AOTA Members: $69, Nonmembers: $98

Available for course adoption.

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Strategies to Advance

Gerontology Excellence:

Promoting Best Practice in

Occupational Therapy

Edited by Susan Coppola, MS, OTR/L, BCG,

FAOTA; Sharon J. Elliott, MS, OTR/L, BCG,

FAOTA; and Pamela E. Toto, MS, OTR/L, BCG,

FAOTA

Foreword by Wendy Wood, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA

This text and Self-Paced Clinical Course

illuminates the aging process from an occupational

perspective and showcases the unique expertise of occupational

therapy in gerontology. Perhaps the most comprehensive

text available on the subject, it focuses on core best practices

with older adults and how to approach or prevent problems.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-229-2, 578 pages, 2008

Order #1251. AOTA Members: $69, Nonmembers: $98

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CD or Online Format Course

Skilled Nursing Facilities 101:

Documentation, Reimbursement,

and Ethics in Practice

Presented by Christine Kroll, MS, OTR, and

Nancy Richman, OTR/L, FAOTA

Earn .3 AOTA CEU (3.75 NBCOT

PDUs/3 contact hours).

Occupational therapy within a skilled

nursing facility (SNF) can be a challenging

experience. This course is designed to help practitioners

manage practice in these settings for inpatients (Medicare Part

A) and outpatients (Medicare Part B). This course addresses the

importance of documentation, requirements for different payers,

significance of managing productivity, understanding billing considerations,

and maintaining ethical practice standards. Content

points out the SNF policy changes that became effective in 2010

and provides information resources.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-313-8, 2010

Available in online (flash) or CD-ROM format.

Online: Order #OL4843

AOTA Members: $105, Nonmembers: $154

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AOTA Members: $115, Nonmembers: $164

CD or Online Format Course

An Occupation-Based Approach

in Postacute Care to Support

Productive Aging

A collaborative project between the American

Occupational Therapy Association and AOTA

Platinum Partner Genesis Rehabilitation

Services.

By Denise Chisholm, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA;

Cathy Dolhi, OTD, OTR/L, FAOTA; and

Jodi L. Schreiber, MS, OTR/L

With contributions from Genesis Staff: Susan M. LaCroix, MS, OTR/L;

Bronwyn Keller, MS, OTR/L; and Jeanne Coviello, OTR/L

Earn .6 AOTA CEU (7.5 NBCOT PDUs/6 contact hours).

This course reviews the characteristics of occupation-based

practice with a focus on postacute care practice settings for older

adults. Practical strategies to integrate occupation throughout

the occupational therapy process are presented in an interactive

format to maximize clinical application with real-life scenarios

illustrating the occupation-based approach for facilitating productive

aging.

ISBN: 978-1-56900-324-4, 2011

Available in online (flash) or CD-ROM format.

Online Order #OL4875

AOTA Members: $209, Nonmembers: $289

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AOTA Members: $219, Nonmembers: $299

CD or Online Format Course

Seating and Positioning

for Productive Aging: An

Occupation-Based Approach

Presented by Felicia Chew, MS, OTR, and

Vickie Pierman, MSHA, OTR/L

Earn .4 AOTA CEU (5 NBCOT PDUs/

4 contact hours).

This important course provides information

that will enhance the lives of your

clients in skilled-nursing facilities, home health, rehabilitation

centers, assisted-living communities, or other settings. The course

content reviews seating and positioning from evaluation to outcome

with a concentration on interventions. The course primarily

addresses manual wheelchair mobility.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-245-2, 2008

Available in online (flash) or CD-ROM format.

Online: Order #OL4831

AOTA Members: $87, Nonmembers: $128

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AOTA Members: $97, Nonmembers: $138

New Free Course!

Home Modifications 101: Kitchen

Modifications for Older Adults

By Monique Chabot, OTD, OTR/L, and

Carolyn Sithong, MS, OTR/L, SCEM, CAPS

Earn .1 AOTA CEU (1.25 NBCOT

PDUs/1 contact hour).

This webcast introduces the participant to

common barriers impacting independence

in meal preparation and kitchen related

activities for older adults. Universal Design

principles and suggestions for simple home

modifications to decrease barriers to kitchen function, to support

the ability of the client to age in place, are also described. A case

study application is provided to illustrate the basic concepts and

demonstrate their use in an actual client situation. Following

the presentation, the participant will complete a multiple choice

examination that contains photos of an actual client kitchen for

application of the concepts learned.

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FALLS PREVENTION CE COURSE SERIES

Falls Modules I, II, and III are a 3-part series of online

continuing education courses on falls prevention to

support occupational therapists in providing evidencebased

services to older adults at risk for falling or who

seek preventative services.

Falls Module I—Falls Among Community-Dwelling

Older Adults: Overview, Evaluation, and Assessments

Presented by Elizabeth W. Peterson, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA, and Roberta

Newton, PhD, PT, FGSA

Earn .6 AOTA CEU (7.5 NBCOT PDUs/6 contact hours).

This first course in a 3-part series is divided into 2 sections:

“Understanding Falls Among Community-Dwelling Older Adults:

Prevalence, Consequences, and Risk Factors” and “Approaches to

the Evaluation of Fall Risk”. The course explains use of the AGS/

BGS Fall Prevention Guideline in practice and offers an holistic approach

to addressing falls. Learn practical information for considering

safety for community-dwelling older adults.

2011

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Falls Module II—Falls Among Older Adults in the

Hospital Setting: Overview, Assessment, and

Strategies to Reduce Fall Risk

Presented by Roberta Newton, PhD, PT, FGSA, and Elizabeth W. Peterson,

PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA

Earn .2 AOTA CEU (2.5 NBCOT PDUs/2 contact hours).

This second course in the falls prevention series provides an

overview of falls that occur in the hospital setting. The course describes

the role of occupational therapy in both individualized and

system-wide, hospital-based fall prevention programs. Completing

the course prepares participants to articulate to other health

care providers and clients their contributions to assess and provide

strategies that focus on identifying older adults at risk for falls,

factors that contribute to fall risks, and assessment strategies that

utilize occupational therapy expertise.

Note: Falls Module II addresses specific topics but briefly overlaps

with the other 2 courses in the series, as some falls prevention

principles and strategies are applicable across settings.

2011

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Falls Module III—Preventing Falls Among Community-

Dwelling Older Adults: Intervention Strategies for

Occupational Therapy Practitioners

Presented by Elizabeth W. Peterson, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA, and Elena Wong

Espiritu, MA, OTR/L

Earn .45 AOTA CEU (5.63 NBCOT PDUs/4.5 contact hours).

This 3rd course in the falls prevention series explains evidencebased

intervention strategies to reduce falls among communitydwelling

older adults and features 2 case studies with video clips

to promote application of the information presented. It is strongly

recommended that participants complete Falls Module I before

taking this course.

In this course, community-dwelling older adults include both

older adults who are well and those who are living with chronic

diseases. Evidence supporting falls prevention intervention for

people with specific chronic diseases (stroke, Parkinson’s disease,

and multiple sclerosis) is limited. However, self-management

principles presented in this course have a strong evidence base

that will support their use. The course content describes how occupational

therapists and their clients can apply self-management

principles to falls prevention intervention.

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Occupational Therapy in Acute

Care

Edited by Helene Smith Gabai, OTD, OTR/L,

BCPR

This comprehensive text lays the foundation

for occupation-based practice and

addresses the contextual issues of working

within the acute care setting. The

chapters help demystify medical conditions

and issues routinely encountered by

occupational therapists working in this

practice area. Detailed research covers the importance of therapists’

knowledge of how diseases affect the human body, including

the cardiovascular, nervous, and endocrine systems. Chapters review

the evaluation process, including chart review, measures, and

interpretations and recommendations for intervention to ensure

the ultimate level of independence for each patient.

This work is designed specifically for therapists working in a

hospital setting. Students and educators will find this publication

to be the most useful text available on the topic. The book features

color illustrations of the human body’s systems and functions,

as well as tables delineating the signs and symptoms for various

diseases.

Highlights include—

• Evaluation of the Acute Care Patient

• The Intensive Care Unit (ICU)

• The Cardiac System

• The Vascular System

• The Pulmonary System

• The Nervous System

• Orthopedics and Musculoskeletal Disorders

• The Endocrine System

• The Gastrointestinal System

• The Genitourinary System

• Oncology

• Infectious Diseases and Autoimmune Disorders

• Dysphagia

• Transplantation

• Burns

• Appendices—Common diagnostic tests, medications, deconditioning

and immobility, energy conservation, patients with

altered mental status, low vision, bariatrics, vertigo, safe patient

handling, pain management, evidence-based practice, ethics,

discharge planning, blood disorders, glossary, and laboratory

values.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-271-1, 754 pages, 2011

Order #1258. AOTA Members: $99, Nonmembers: $140

Available for course adoption.

Occupational Therapy Practice

Guidelines for Adults With

Neurodegenerative Diseases

By Kathy Preissner, MHS, OTR/L

This guideline provides an overview of the

occupational therapy process for adults

with neurodegenerative diseases, specifically

multiple sclerosis, amyotrophic lateral

sclerosis, and Parkinson’s disease. It

defines the occupational therapy domain

and interventions that occur within the

boundaries of acceptable practice. Topics include interventions

focusing on activity and participation such as fatigue management,

health promotion, and functional mobility; interventions focusing

on client factors and performance skills, such as cognitive or

memory training and exercise or motor training; self-management

and cognitive–behavioral strategies to improve task and occupational

performance; and palliative care.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-355-8, 187 pages, 2014

Order #900355. AOTA Members: $74, Nonmembers: $105

Available for course adoption.

Bestselling Classic!

Occupational Therapy Treatment

Goals for the Physically and

Cognitively Disabled

By Claudia Kay Allen, MA, OTR, FAOTA;

Catherine A. Earhart, OTR; and Tina Blue, OTR/L

Helps therapists predict the rehabilitation

potential for clients with physical and cognitive

disabilities. Expands the 6 cognitive

levels to 52 modes of performance, with

specific and practical treatment goals for

each. Case studies illustrate the application

of knowledge in various age groups, diagnostic categories, socioeconomic

conditions, and cultures.

ISBN-13: 978-0-910317-72-6, 350 pages, 1992

Order #1963. AOTA Members: $49, Nonmembers: $69

Available for course adoption.

MORE RESOURCES

• After Your Hip Surgery, p. 69

• After Your Knee Surgery, p. 69

• Assessment & Evaluation Resources, p. 15

• Brain & Cognition Resources, p. 24

• Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, p. 69

• Hand & Shoulder Resources, p. 41

• Sexuality and Occupational Therapy, p. 8

• Work Resources, p. 63

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Using the Occupational Therapy Practice Guidelines

for Adults with Neurodegenetative Diseases

Evidence-based practice is integral to successful client outcomes.

AOTA’s Practice Guidelines assist the practitioner in making evidence-based

treatment and assessment decisions. This course uses

case applications to provide an educational journey through the

Practice Guideline to ensure understanding of how they are used in

practice. This CE product requires the use of the Practice Guideline

for success with the learning experience and assessment activity.

Self-Paced Clinical Course

Dysphagia Care and Related

Feeding Concerns for Adults,

2nd Edition

Edited by Wendy Avery, MS, OTR/L

Earn 1.5 AOTA CEUs (18.75 NBCOT

PDUs/15 contact hours).

This SPCC provides occupational therapists

at both the entry and intermediate

skill levels with available resource in

dysphagia care written from an occupational

therapy perspective. This course

educates occupational therapy practitioners at the entry level who

have the academic foundation without dysphagia intervention

experience, to provide skilled care and assist practitioners who are

already providing skilled intervention to advance their expertise

by broadening their knowledge of interventions and approaches

with dysphagia clients. Includes a DVD illustrating the phases of

swallowing.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-295-7, 325 pages, 2010

Order #3028. AOTA Members: $199, Nonmembers: $299

CD or Online Format Course

Occupational Therapy’s Unique

Contributions to Cancer

Rehabilitation

Presented by Claudine Campbell, MOT, OTR;

Jennifer Hughes, MOT, OTR; and Lauro Munoz,

MOT, OTR, C/NDT

Earn .4 AOTA CEU (5 NBCOT PDUs/

4 contact hours).

This course offers the expertise of 3 occupational therapists practicing

in the field of oncology rehabilitation and sharing a passion

for increasing awareness of the role of occupational therapy in this

emerging area of practice. The course consists of 4 lessons with a

final case study that explores specific cancer paradigms covered in

the course.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-338-1, 2012

Available in online (flash) or CD-ROM format.

Online: Order #OL4849

AOTA Members: $130, Nonmembers: $189

CD: Order #4849

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Online Course

Cancer Series—Module 1: Impact of

Psychosocial Aspects of Cancer on

Occupational Engagement

By Kathleen Lyons, ScD, OTR

Series Editors: Claudine Campbell, MOT, OTR,

CLT, and Lauro Munoz, MOT, OTR, CHC

Earn .15 CEU (NBCOT 1.88 PDUs/

1.5 contact hours).

Being diagnosed with and treated for cancer

can create several psychosocial challenges

and opportunities. This module, the first

in AOTA’s Cancer Series, addresses 3 psychosocial challenges

(distress, depression, and anxiety) and 3 psychosocial opportunities

(lifestyle changes, spiritual growth, and life completion) that

may occur within the context of cancer. The first half of the module

examines each aspect, including definition, prevalence, screening

tools, and evidence-based approaches used by members of the

oncology team. The second half of the module focuses on ways to

assess the impact of psychosocial aspects on occupational engagement

and treatment strategies that can be used by occupational

therapy practitioners in a variety of settings.

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This course addresses the effects of chemotherapy on cognition

and occupational engagement, exploring the role occupational

therapy plays in ameliorating these effects.

Cancer Rehabilitation Series: Module 3—Role of

Occupational Therapy in Addressing Cancer-Acquired

Lymphedema

This course provides an overview of lymphedema as a complication

of breast cancer and cancer treatment, and discusses

the impact of lymphedema on various occupations.

MORE PHYSICAL REHABILITATION CE

RELATED TO

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• Driving & Community Mobility, p. 34

• Hand & Shoulder, p. 42

• Older Adults, p. 48

• Vision, p. 62

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REFERENCE WORKS

A Writer’s Toolkit for Occupational

Therapy and Health Care

Professionals: An Insider’s Guide

to Writing, Communicating, and

Getting Published

Edited by Rondalyn V. Whitney, MOT, OTR/L, and

Christina A. Davis

Writing is an important skill for occupational

therapy students during education and fieldwork

and for occupational therapy professionals

throughout a career.

This book is designed in graduating steps, helping you acquire

more complex skills as you move through the sections. It will give

you some ideas about how to solve problems that have blocked

your path or thwarted your aspirations. With practice and the

advice of this work’s “insiders,” you will learn how to share your

ideas, get published in various media, and help others communicate.

Part I. Gaining Confidence

• Chapter 1. So You Want to Write? Facing the Challenge With

Confidence

• Chapter 2. Roles, Rituals, and Habits of a Writer

• Chapter 3. Finding Your Voice and Giving It Away

Part II. Getting Started

• Chapter 4. Refreshing, Renewing, and Remediating Your

Writing: Back to the Basics

• Chapter 5. What Editors Wish You Knew

• Chapter 6. What You Should Know About Collaboration and

Copyright

• Chapter 7. Why Style Is Important

Part III. Writing for Your Audience

• Chapter 8. The Heart of the Struggle: Using Project Management

to Overcome Obstacles to Writing a Dissertation

• Chapter 9. Presenting Your Research Findings

• Chapter 10. Writing Systematic Reviews

• Chapter 11. An Introduction to Grant Writing

• Chapter 12. Writing About Unique Clinical Practice and

Innovative Services

• Chapter 13. Documenting Occupational Therapy Services

• Chapter 14. Writing for Your Career and Payment

Part IV. Writing and Communicating in the New Media

• Chapter 15. Presentations: Overcoming a Fear Worse Than

Death

• Chapter 16. Conducting Virtual Meetings: A New Form of

Communication

• Chapter 17. Netiquette: Communicating Effectively on the

Internet

Part V. Sharing Your Writing Knowledge

• Chapter 18. Teaching Others to Write

• Chapter 19. Mentoring Others in Their Development as Writers

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-311-4, 348 pages, 2012

Order #1245. AOTA Members: $49, Nonmembers: $69

Available for adoption review.

New Edition!

The Reference Manual of the

Official Documents of the

American Occupational Therapy

Association, Inc., 20th Edition

By American Occupational Therapy Association

Since 1980, the American Occupational

Therapy Association has collected its official

documents—must-have information

for occupational therapy practitioners—

into one handy, frequently updated reference

work. The 20th Edition continues

in that tradition and includes concept papers, guidelines, position

papers, roles papers, specialized knowledge and skills papers, standards,

statements, and information on the American Occupational

Therapy Foundation.

In addition to the 3rd Edition of Occupational Therapy Practice

Framework and the 2015 Occupational Therapy Code of Ethics, this

book contains many valuable and timely documents. Several that

are new to this edition include

• Complex Environmental Modifications

• Guidelines for Reentry Into the Field of Occupational Therapy

• Importance of Interprofessional Education in Occupational

Therapy Curricula

• Occupational Therapy for Children and Youth Using Sensory

Integration Theory and Methods in School-Based Practice

• Occupational Therapy’s Perspective on the Use of Environments

and Contexts to Facilitate Health, Well-Being, and Participation

in Occupations

• Standards for Continuing Competence

• Value of Occupational Therapy Assistant Education to the

Profession.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-370-1, est. 712 pages, 2015

Order #900370. AOTA Members: $69, Nonmembers: $98

Available for course adoption.

AOTA offers many opportunities for members to become

active in elected or appointed leadership positions.

Openings are announced in OT Practice magazine or in

the AOTA Alerts monthly e-newsletter and webpage. AOTA

has volunteer needs in many areas; your investment of time

and energy in AOTA strengthens the profession as a whole.

Visit http://www.aota.org/AboutAOTA/Get-Involved/

Leadership.aspx for more information.

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Webcast

Module 1: Occupational Therapy’s

Distinct Value: General Overview

Earn .1 AOTA CEU (1.25 NBCOT

PDUs/1 contact hour).

Watch and listen as Dr. Amy Lamb, AOTA’s

President-Elect, shares with you the genesis

of AOTA's distinct value priority initiative

and how it is being used to enhance understanding

of the role of occupational therapy

in the new health care system.

Order #OL4891

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Webcast

Module 2: Occupational Therapy’s

Distinct Value: Infusing the Distinct

Value Into Occupational Therapy

Practice and Documentation

Earn .1 AOTA CEU (1.25 NBCOT

PDUs/1 contact hour).

Learn how the AOTA’s distinct value priority

is being used to enhance understanding

of the role of occupational therapy as part

of the new health care system for payers,

legislators, and practitioners.

Watch and listen as Dr. Amy Lamb, AOTA’s President-Elect, offers

rationale and suggestions regarding infusion of the elements

of the distinct value into practice and documentation.

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Preparing for ICD–10

Implementation

Presented by Sharmila Sandhu, JD, and

Elaine Adams, OTR/L

Developed in Collaboration with Genesis Rehab

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The long-awaited transition from ICD–9 to

ICD–10 is scheduled to occur on October 1,

2015. This webcast presentation provides

legislative and regulatory background information

about transition, and reviews basic

information about ICD–10 as well as additional coding basics. Considerations

in preparing your workplace for the transition as well as

how to choose and document ICD–10 codes are also discussed.

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• 2015 Conference Presidential Address by Dr.

Stoffel: Engagement, Exploration, Empowerment

• 2014 Conference Slagle Lecture by Maralynne D.

Mitcham: Education as Engine

• 2014 Conference Presidential Address by Dr.

Stoffel: Attitude, Authenticity, and Action: Building

Capacity for OT

• 2014 Conference Welcome & Keynote Address:

The Wounded Warrior and the Art of Independence

• 2015 Conference Welcome & Keynote Address:

Queen Bees and Wannabes: Insights Into Preventing

Bullying

• 2015 Conference Slagle Lecture by Helen S. Cohen,

OTR, FAOTA: A Career in Inquiry

• Home Modifications 101: Kitchen Modifications for

Older Adults

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AOTA Press Bestseller!

Best Practices for Occupational Therapy in Schools

Edited by Gloria Frolek Clark, PhD, OTR/L, BCP, FAOTA, and Barbara E. Chandler, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA

Nearly 22% of school occupational therapy practitioners work in school settings, creating demand for

current, effective, and evidence-based best practices for students. Reflecting the extensiveness of occupational

therapy practice in schools, this exciting publication contains best practices from preschool to

postsecondary transitions, from ADLs to driving.

Highlights include—

• Section I. Foundations of School Practice—history, the Occupational Therapy Practice Framework, ethics,

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• Section II. Evidence-Guided Practices: Systems-Level Considerations to Support Participation—evaluation,

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conflicts, EI services and RtI, health and wellness, mental health, universal design for learning,

transportation, preschooler transition, and postsecondary transition.

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learning disabilities, traumatic brain injury, and visual impairments.

• Section IV. Evidence-Guided Practices: Performance-Based Considerations to Enhance Student Participation—cognition and executive functioning,

sensory processing skills, motor and praxis skills, visual perception, fine motor and visual–perceptual skills, and communication

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• Section V. Evidence-Guided Practices: Activity-Based Considerations to Enhance Student Participation—literacy, handwriting, assistive technology,

ADLs, IADLs, eating and swallowing, play and leisure, and driver’s education.

With a deliberate focus on student participation, this comprehensive text provides practical applications of evidence-based research to

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behavioral supports, 504 plans, IEPs, and students’ rights and eligibility for occupational therapy services under relevant laws like IDEA.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-344-2, 619 pages, 2013

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Chapter 1

Chapter 2

Chapter 3

Chapter 4

Chapter 5

Chapter 6

Chapter 7

Chapter 8

Chapter 9

Chapter 10

Chapter 11

Chapter 12

History of School Occupational Therapy

in the Schools

Applying the Occupational Therapy

Practice Framework in Schools

Ethical Decision Making for School

Occupational Therapy Practitioners

The Role of Occupational Therapy

Assistants in Schools

Developing State Guidelines for School

Occupational Therapy

Developing School Occupational

Therapy Practitioners as Leaders

Negotiating the System by

Understanding Public Education

Supporting Student Access to School

Environments

School Occupational Therapy Evaluation

to Support Participation

School Occupational Therapy

Interventions to Support Participation

School Occupational Therapy

Documentation

School Occupational Therapy Program

Evaluation

SC1C344 Chapter 23

Post-Secondary Transition Planning

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SC2C344 Chapter 24 Supporting Students With a 504 Plan SC24C344

SC3C344 Chapter 25 Supporting Students With Autism SC25C344

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Supporting Students With Emotional

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SC11C344 Chapter 33

SC12C344 Chapter 34

Chapter 13 Determining School Workloads SC13C344 Chapter 35

Chapter 14 School Occupational Therapy Fieldwork SC14C344 Chapter 36

Chapter 15 Collaboration on School Teams SC15C344 Chapter 37

Chapter 16 Resolving Conflicts on School Teams SC16C344 Chapter 38

Chapter 17

Intervening Services and Response to

Intervention

SC17C344 Chapter 39

Chapter 18 School Health and Wellness SC18C344 Chapter 40

Chapter 19 School Mental Health SC19C344 Chapter 41

Chapter 20 Universal Design for Learning SC20C344 Chapter 42

Chapter 21 Safe Transportation SC21C344 Chapter 43

Chapter 22 Transition Planning for Preschoolers SC22C344 Chapter 44

Chapter 45

Supporting Students With Intellectual

Disabilities

Supporting Students With Low-

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Supporting Students with Other Health

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Supporting Students With Physical

Disabilities

Supporting Students With Specific

Learning Disabilities

Supporting Students With Traumatic

Brain Injury

Supporting Students With Visual

Impairments

Cognition and Executive Functioning to

Enhance Participation

Sensory Processing Skills to Enhance

Participation

Motor and Praxis Skills to Enhance

Participation

Visual Perception and Academic Skills to

Enhance Participation

Fine Motor and Visual–Motor Skills to

Enhance Participation

Communication and Social Skills to

Enhance Participation

Early Literacy & Literacy Skills to

Enhance Participation

Handwriting and Writing Skills to

Enhance Participation

The Use of Assistive Technology to

Enhance Participation

Activities of Daily Living to Enhance

Participation

Eating, Drinking, and Swallowing Skills

to Enhance Participation

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Collaborating for Student

Success: A Guide for School-

Based Occupational Therapy

Edited by Barbara Hanft, MA, OTR, FAOTA, and

Jayne Shepherd, MS, OTR, FAOTA

Designed for advanced-level, schoolbased

occupational therapists, this work

will help you empower students to thrive

in any circumstance or setting. Discover

the most effective ways to join forces with

family and education partners and link

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ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-247-6, 269 pages, 2008

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Occupational Therapy Services

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IDEA, 3rd Edition

Edited by Leslie L. Jackson, MEd, OT

Provides authoritative information and

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practice in schools, preschools, early

intervention, and other settings such as

child care.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-237-7

249 pages, 2007

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Practical Considerations for

School-Based Occupational

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By Lynne Pape, MEd, OTR/L, and Kelly Ryba,

OTR/L

Foreward by Jane Case-Smith, EdD, OTR/L,

BCP, FAOTA

Explains how to develop and implement

effective procedures for referral and

evaluation, documentation and data collection,

teaming and collaboration, and CD-ROM

service determination.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-1967, 287 pages, 2004

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Response to Intervention (RtI) for

At-Risk Learners: Advocating for

Occupational Therapy’s Role in

General Education

By Gloria Frolek Clark, PhD, OTR/L, BCP,

FAOTA, and Jean Polichino, OTR, MS, FAOTA

Earn .2 AOTA CEU (2.5 NBCOT PDUs/

2 contact hours).

Nationally, RtI is being implemented to ensure high-quality

instruction and data-based decision making within the general

educational system. This course provides an overview of core components

of RtI, the role of occupational therapists at each tier, and

case studies illustrating contributions by occupational therapists.

Opportunities are highlighted for occupational therapy within RtI

frameworks in public education.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-325-1, 2011

Order #OL4876. AOTA Members: $58, Nonmembers: $87

Online Course

Staying Updated in School-Based

Practice

Presented by Yvonne Swinth, PhD, OTR/L,

FAOTA, and Mary Muhlenhaupt, OTR/L,

FAOTA

Earn .15 AOTA CEU (1.88 NBCOT

PDUs/1.5 contact hours).

Provides information and strategies

for understanding issues, trends, and

knowledge about services for children and youth in public schools.

Topics include legislation such as IDEA 2004, NCLB, and Section

504 of the Rehabilitation Act. Ideas and approaches are presented

that can be implemented by an individual occupational therapy

practitioner or in collaboration with other colleagues or members

of a school district team. Course materials assist participants to

find, use, and apply new information in practice to promote student

participation.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-280-3, 2009

Order #OL4835. AOTA Members: $35, Nonmembers: $54

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Documentation for School-Based Practice

MORE SCHOOL-BASED PRACTICE CE

RESOURCES

• Assistive Technology & Environmental Modifications, p. 21

• Autism, p. 23

• Children & Youth, p. 30

• Driving & Community Mobility, p. 34

• Ethics, p. 40

• Sensory Integration & Processing, p. 61

SENSORY INTEGRATION & PROCESSING

New! Bestseller!

Clinician’s Guide for

Implementing Ayres Sensory

Integration ® : Promoting

Participation for Children With

Autism

By Roseann C. Schaaf, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA, and

Zoe Mailloux, OTD, OTR/L, FAOTA

This step-by-step guidebook describes

the most effective, evidence-based way

to implement ASI intervention by using FLASH DRIVE

a data-driven decision-making approach.

Practical information guides practitioners in methodologically

understanding the child and creating effective interventions with

measurable outcomes. Comprehensive examples allow readers

to efficiently apply ASI in pediatric practice, and templates and

forms to organize and direct each step’s application to practice and

research are included on the accompanying flash drive.

Highlights—

Part I. Theoretical Framework

• Chapter I.1. Autism and Sensory Integration

• Chapter I.2. Common Patterns of Sensory Integration

Dysfunction

• Chapter I.3. Ayres Sensory Integration®: Understanding the

Step-by-Step Guide

Part II. Guide to Provision of Ayres Sensory Integration

• Chapter II.1. Step 1: Identifying the Child’s Strengths and

Participation Challenges

• Chapter II.2. Step 2: Conducting the Comprehensive Assessment

• Chapter II.3. Step 3: Generating Hypotheses

• Chapter II.4. Step 4: Developing and Scaling Goals

• Chapter II.5. Step 5: Identifying Outcome Measures

• Chapter II.6. Step 6: Setting the Stage for Intervention

• Chapter II.7. Step 7: Conducting the Intervention

• Chapter II.8. Step 8: Measuring Outcomes and Monitoring

Progress

• Appendixes include using the Ayres Sensory Integration®

Fidelity Measure, 2 case examples, and a glossary.

ISBN: 978-1-56900-365-7, 209 pages, 2015

Order #900365. AOTA Members: $69, Nonmembers: $98

Available for course adoption.

Is It Sensory or Is It Behavior?

(Manual and Cards)

By Betty A. Paris, PT, MEd, and Carolyn

Murray-Slutsky, MS, OTR

Provides information and strategies for

distinguishing between sensory-based

and non-sensory-based behaviors, as

well as intervention techniques. Topics

include causes of behavior, sensory

integrative dysfunction, environmental

factors that affect behavior, managing challenging behaviors, and

implementing sensory diets. Case studies offer practical suggestions.

Includes intervention strategies for challenging behaviors.

ISBN-13: 978-0-76164-424-8, 2005

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Bestseller!

Occupational Therapy Practice

Guidelines for Children and

Adolescents With Challenges in

Sensory Processing and Sensory

Integration

By Renee Watling, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA; Kristie

Patten Koenig, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA; Patricia

L. Davies, PhD, OTR, FAOTA; and Roseann C.

Schaaf, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA

Up to 15% of school-age children are

believed to have sensory challenges, and

at least 40% of individuals with developmental disabilities and 80%

of those with autism are affected. As such, research in these areas

has surged. This publication discusses the occupational therapy

process for children and adolescents with these challenges, including

the foundations of occupational therapy services, evaluation,

and intervention. Extensive evidence tables summarize current,

relevant research by analyzing and rating the validity of studies

and organizing research according to clients’ ages and challenges.

Designed primarily for clinical practitioners, this guideline also

is a vital reference for occupational therapy students and educators,

policymakers, and other health care professionals who work

with clients with challenges in sensory processing and sensory

integration. For external audiences, the guideline clarifies the role

of occupational therapy services for children and adolescents with

challenges in processing and integrating sensory information.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-320-6, 229 pages, 2011

Order #2218. AOTA Members: $69, Nonmembers: $98

Available for course adoption.

Sensory Integration:

A Compendium of Leading

Scholarship

Edited by Charlotte B. Royeen, PhD, OTR,

FAOTA, and Aimee J. Luebben, EdD, OTR,

FAOTA

As sensory integration receives increasing

attention from the health care community

and the general public, sensory integration

scholarship has never been more

important. This exciting book collects

the latest research on, debates about, and

trends for this timely topic.

This compendium includes 45 recently published articles from

a wide range of sources. For each article, an extensive annotation

provides an in-depth description of the topic or study, a summary

of outcomes and conclusions to be drawn from it, and an explanation

on how to apply these conclusions to practice and research.

Six sections tackle every angle of sensory integration, including

defining the term and diagnosing sensory integration disorders,

researching assessment, showing the effectiveness of intervention,

creating research, and living with sensory integration disorders.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-272-8, 595 pages, 2009

Order #1248. AOTA Members: $49, Nonmembers: $70

Available for course adoption.

Sensory Integration Resources

Available Through AOTA

Sensory Integration Tools for

Teens: Strategies to Promote

Sensory Processing

By Diana Henry, MS, OTR/L, FAOTA; Tammy

Wheeler, MS, OTR/L; and Deanna Iris Sava,

MS, OTR/L

Highlights sensory integration and

processing for teenagers and their parents,

teachers, and occupational therapists.

The Teen Sensory Tool promotes

collaboration by providing teenagers

with the opportunity to share their

sensory preferences and needs.

50 pages, 2004

Order #1229

AOTA Members: $15.95, Nonmembers: $22.80

Distributed Product

Tools for Tots: Sensory

Strategies for Toddlers and

Preschoolers

By Diana Henry, MS, OTR/L, FAOTA;

Maureen Kane-Wineland, PhD, OT/L; and

Susan Swindeman, OTR/L, BCP

Offers practical sensory options to

improve the ability of toddlers and

preschoolers to function in their environments

at home, in child care, and in

school.

ISBN-13: 0-9779770-1-3, 53 pages

2007

Order #1415

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MORE RESOURCES

• Assessment & Evaluation Resources, p. 15

• Autism Resources, p. 22

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CONTINUING EDUCATION

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Please read bulk discount information on page 5. CD-ROMs are compatible

for use in DVD players.

Online Course

Sensory Processing Concepts and

Applications in Practice

Presented by Winnie Dunn, PhD, OTR, FAOTA

Earn .2 AOTA CEU (2.5 NBCOT PDUs/

2 contact hours).

Participants will examine the core

concepts of sensory processing based

on Dunn’s Model of Sensory Processing.

The course explores the similarities and differences between this

approach and other sensory-based approaches, examines how to

implement the occupational therapy process, and reviews evidence

to determine how to create best practice assessment and intervention

methods. Applications and case studies within school-based

practice are provided. In addition, the course looks at emerging

sensory processing knowledge and practice issues.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-278-0, 2009

Order #OL4834. AOTA Members: $65, Nonmembers: $89

CE Chapter for AOTA Press

Bestseller

Best Practices in Sensory Processing Skills

to Enhance Participation (Chapter 36)

For full product information,

see page 56.

AOTA 2015 Institute: A Paradigm

Shift for Treatment and Research in

Sensory Processing Disorder

Lucy Jane Miller, PhD, OTR/L; Sarah A. Schoen,

PhD, OTR/L ; Karin Buitendag, MA, OTR/L;

Stephen Camarata, PhD; Lisa Porter, MOT,

OTR/L; and Stephanie Capshaw, OTD, OTR/L

Earn .35 AOTA CEU (3.75 NBCOT

PDUs/3.5 contact hours).

This institute presented by the SPD Foundation

at the 2015 AOTA Annual Conference

& Expo is delivered in 8 short segments and advances practice

and research for children with Sensory Processing Disorder. A novel

treatment approach is presented that is family focused, is relationship

and regulation based, and addresses outcomes related to improved

participation in daily life. Research methods discussed focuses

on the use of single-subject designs compared to randomized

controlled trials. Key areas examined include an overview of SPD,

validity of diagnosis, identification and synthesis of assessment

findings, treatment using the STAR Treatment Model, research

related to SPD treatment reflective supervision, and application to

school-based practice.

2015

Order #WA0415. AOTA Members: $134, Nonmembers: $149

VISION

Occupational Therapy Practice

Guidelines for Older Adults With

Low Vision

By Jennifer Kaldenberg, MSA, OTR/L, SCLV,

FAOTA, and Stacy Smallfield, DrOT, OTR/L

Visual impairment in older adults is becoming

a significant public health issue.

Regardless of setting, practitioners working

with older adults must address the

visual needs of their clients to address

their occupational needs.

This work includes occupational therapy assessment and intervention

guidelines for older adults who have visual acuity or visual

field impairments. The evaluation and intervention process is

applicable to a wide spectrum of those with a low vision diagnosis.

Interventions discussed include visual-skills training, magnification,

sensory-substitution strategies, organizational strategies,

environmental adaptations, non-optical strategies, community

mobility, problem-solving, advocacy, and multidisciplinary and

multicomponent strategies. Appendixes include CPT TM codes and

evidence tables.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-342-8, 119 pages, 2013

Order #2221. AOTA Members: $69, Nonmembers: $98

Available for course adoption.

Bestseller!

Occupational Therapy

Interventions for Adults With Low

Vision

Edited by Mary Warren, MS, OTR/L, SCLV,

FAOTA, and Elizabeth A. Barstow, MS, OTR/L,

SCLV

As the U.S. population continues to age,

occupational therapy practitioners must

be prepared to address the increasing

low vision needs of clients, helping them

maintain a good quality of life. This comprehensive

text provides an occupational therapy approach to all

aspects of low vision, from evaluation to intervention and rehabilitation.

Detailed discussion covers the major causes of low vision,

including aging, diabetes, and brain injury, as well as assistive

technology. Chapters on basic optics and eye conditions that cause

low vision provide a solid medical background. Evaluations and interventions

address activities critical to maintaining independence

for people with low vision, such as reading and writing, community

mobility and driving, and ADLs and IADLs.

This book includes the case of Patrick Gonzales, detailing how

the principles in each chapter apply to him and contextualizing the

conditions and interventions discussed. Also included are critical

reasoning questions to guide learning. Extensive glossaries clarify

terminology. Resource lists inform both practitioners and clients

about low vision–related organizations, publications, and tools.

Students, educators, and professionals working with populations

with low vision or blindness will find this the most comprehensive

occupational therapy text available on low vision.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-306-0, 464 pages, 2011

Order #1252. AOTA Members: $89, Nonmembers: $126

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CONTINUING EDUCATION

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ADED-Approved Self-Paced Clinical Course

Low Vision: Occupational

Therapy Evaluation and

Intervention With Older Adults,

Revised Edition

Edited by Mary Warren, MS, OTR/L, SCLV,

FAOTA

Earn 2 AOTA CEUs (25 NBCOT

PDUs/20 contact hours).

Significant transformations in this

practice area and the increasing need for

services require that occupational therapy

practitioners maintain professional competency. This edition

provides occupational therapy practitioners with information that

supports AOTA Specialty Certification in Low Vision (SLCV). It

includes revisions, updates, new information on evaluation, and

lessons related to psychosocial issues and low vision.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-246-9, 318 pages, 2008

Order #3025. AOTA Members: $259, Nonmembers: $359

Online Course—Bestseller!

Available from AOTA Continuing Education in collaboration with the Lighthouse

Guild (formerly The Jewish Guild for the Blind), New York.

Low Vision in Older Adults:

Foundations for Rehabilitation,

2nd Edition

By Roy Gordon Cole, OD, FAAO; Yu-Pin Hsu, EdD,

OT, SCLV; and Gordon Rovins, MS, CEAC

Earn .8 AOTA CEU (10 NBCOT PDUs/

8 contact hours).

This newly revised course is designed to assist

practitioners working with clients with

low vision to achieved desired participation

and engagement in occupation. This online

continuing education course provides learners with an overview

of the causes of low vision, explores the impact of low vision on

occupational performance, and describes effective interventions.

The course emphasizes optical considerations and strategies for

environmental adaptation using support tools, case studies, video

clips, clear photographic images, and a variety of resources.

This course may be used to support one of the knowledge criteria

for AOTA Low Vision Specialty Certification (SCLV).

2013

Order #OL37. AOTA Members: $265, Nonmembers: $345

Low Vision Modules

Available from AOTA Continuing Education in collaboration with Jewish

Guild Healthcare (formerly The Jewish Guild for the Blind), New York.

These courses provide a shorter and targeted approach to learning

about low vision. Drawing on content from Low Vision in Older

Adults: Foundations for Rehabilitation, 2nd Edition, each course allows

you to learn about areas of immediate interest related to low

vision. There are no assessments or exams to complete with these

online short courses. After completion, participants will receive a

certificate with contact hours (CEUs are not awarded for the modules,

please take the full Low Vision in Older Adults: Foundations for

Rehabilitation, 2nd Edition for CEU credits.)

Module 1. Understanding Low

Vision

Adapted from work of Roy Gordon Cole, OD,

FAAO; Yu-Pin Hsu, EdD, OT, SCLV; and Gordon

Rovins, MS, CEAC

Earn 2.5 contact hours.

This course provides occupational therapists

with a basic understanding of low

vision. It reviews the anatomy of the eye,

common eye diseases, the process of low vision

care, and the psychosocial and physical

adjustments to low vision.

Order #OL37SC1. AOTA Members: $85, Nonmembers: $110

Module 2. Selecting Low Vision

Devices

Adapted from work of Roy Gordon Cole, OD,

FAAO; Yu-Pin Hsu, EdD, OT, SCLV; and Gordon

Rovins, MS, CEAC

Earn 2 contact hours.

This course provides knowledge of basic

optical principles on which low vision

systems are based. Occupational therapists

will learn how to instruct clients on the use

and care of low vision devices to facilitate

optimum occupational performance.

Order #OL37SC2. AOTA Members: $75, Nonmembers: $99

AOTA CE courses that are relevant to your practice may

meet one or more of the Knowledge criteria for either AOTA

Board Certification or AOTA Specialty Certification. A list of

recommended continuing education to support Knowledge

criteria in your practice area can be found at www.aota.org/

certification.

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CONTINUING EDUCATION

Module 3. Modifying the

Environment for Low Vision

Adapted from work of Roy Gordon Cole, OD,

FAAO; Yu-Pin Hsu, EdD, OT, SCLV; and Gordon

Rovins, MS, CEAC

Earn 1.5 contact hours.

This course provides knowledge and strategies

that occupational therapists can use to

evaluate and modify environments to facilitate

occupational performance for clients

with low vision. Types of lighting, glare

reduction, contrast enhancement, and environmental accessibility

guidelines are addressed.

Order #OL37SC3. AOTA Members: $65, Nonmembers: $89

Module 4. Improving Performance

for Low Vision

Adapted from work of Roy Gordon Cole, OD,

FAAO; Yu-Pin Hsu, EdD, OT, SCLV; and Gordon

Rovins, MS, CEAC

Earn 2 contact hours.

This course provides instruction on compensatory

techniques and adaptive devices

that occupational therapists can use to

address ADLs and IADLs for individuals

with low vision. Detailed examples and case

studies are provided to demonstrate how to develop and implement

compensatory techniques and adaptive devices to maximize

occupational performance.

Order #OL37SC4. AOTA Members: $75, Nonmembers: $99

Coming Soon!

Assessment Tools and Strategies for Adults With

Low Vision

Created in collaboration with the Lighthouse Guild (Formerly The

Jewish Guild for the Blind), this CE product will offer valuable

information for determining the functional impact that low vision

has on your client.

WORK

Occupational Therapy Practice

Guidelines for Individuals With

Work-Related Injuries and

Illnesses

By Vicki Kaskutas, OTD, MHS, OT/L, and Jeffrey

Snodgrass, PhD, MPH, OTR/L, CWCE

Using concepts from the Occupational

Therapy Practice Framework, this guideline

helps prepare occupational therapy

practitioners to assist this large population

and details the assessment and

treatment of people with work-related injuries, including planning

for returning to work.

A systematic literature review synthesizes extensive research,

distilling the most important parts—treatment recommendations—through

reader-friendly tables. Individual evidence tables

present and summarize a wide range of literature on the low

back; elbow; hand, wrist, and forearm; and shoulder and apply it

to occupational therapy clinical practice. Useful appendixes also

summarize ICD–9–CM and CPT TM codes related to occupational

therapy for individuals with work-related injuries and illnesses. For

clinical practitioners, occupational therapy students and educators,

policymakers, and other health care professionals.

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-260-5, 163 pages, 2009

Order #2213. AOTA Members: $59, Nonmembers: $84

MORE RESOURCES

• Asher’s Occupational Therapy Assessment Tools, p. 15

CE Chapter for AOTA Press

Bestseller

Best Practices in Supporting Students

With Visual Impairments (Chapter 34)

Best Practices in Supporting Students

With Low-Incidence Disabilities, Including

Multiple Disabilities and Deaf-Blindness

(Chapter 29)

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Occupational Therapy Practice Guidelines

Using an evidence-based perspective developed by the AOTA Evidence-Based Practice Project and key concepts from the Occupational

Therapy Practice Framework, these guidelines provide an overview of the occupational therapy process for each respective topic. They

define the process and the nature, frequency, and duration of the intervention that occurs within the boundaries of the illness or physical

disability being addressed.

ADULTS GUIDELINES

New!

Occupational Therapy Practice

Guidelines for Driving and

Community Mobility for Older Adults

By Wendy Stav, PhD, OTR/L, SCDCM, FAOTA

ISBN: 978-1-569003-688, 158 pages, 2015

Order #900368. AOTA Members: $74,

Nonmembers: $105

See page 34 for additional details.

New!

Occupational Therapy Practice

Guidelines for Adults With Stroke

By Timothy J. Wolf, OTD, MSCI, OTR/L, FAOTA, and

Dawn M. Nilsen, EdD, OT/L

ISBN: 978-1-56900-367-1, 256 pages,

2015

Order #900367. AOTA Members: $74,

Nonmembers: $105

See page 26 for additional details.

Occupational Therapy Practice

Guidelines for Adults With

Neurodegenerative Diseases

By Kathy Preissner, MHS, OTR/L

ISBN: 978-1-56900-355-8, 187 pages,

2014

Order #900355. AOTA Members: $74,

Nonmembers: $105

See page 51 for additional details. See CE on

page 52.

Occupational Therapy Practice

Guidelines for Home Modifications

By Carol Siebert, MS, OTR/L; Stacy Smallfield, DrOT,

OTR/L; and Susan Stark, PhD, OTR/L

ISBN: 978-1-56900-357-2, 109 pages,

2014

Order #900357. AOTA Members: $74,

Nonmembers: $105

See page 20 for additional details and CE.

Occupational Therapy Practice

Guidelines for Older Adults With

Low Vision

By Jennifer Kaldenberg, MSA, OTR/L, SCLV, FAOTA,

and Stacy Smallfield, DrOT, OTR/L

ISBN: 978-1-56900-342-8, 119 pages,

2013

Order #2221. AOTA Members: $69,

Nonmembers: $98

See page 61 for additional details.

Occupational Therapy Practice

Guidelines for Adults With Serious

Mental Illness

By Catana Brown, PhD, OTR, FAOTA

ISBN: 978-1-56900-331-2, 115 pages,

2012

Order #2219. AOTA Members: $69,

Nonmembers: $98

See page 45 for additional details.

Occupational Therapy Practice

Guidelines for Productive Aging for

Community-Dwelling Older Adults

By Natalie Leland, PhD, OTR/L, BCG;

Sharon J. Elliott, DHS, GCG, OTR/L, BCG, FAOTA;

and Kimberly Johnson, MSW

ISBN: 978-1-56900-332-9, 167 pages,

2012

Order #2220. AOTA Members: $69,

Nonmembers: $98

See page 48 for additional details.

Occupational Therapy Practice

Guidelines for Adults With

Traumatic Brain Injury

By Kathleen Golisz, OTR, OTD

ISBN: 978-1-56900-258-2, 250 pages,

2009

Order #2214. AOTA Members: $59,

Nonmembers: $84

See page 27 for additional details.

Occupational Therapy Practice

Guidelines for Adults With

Alzheimer’s Disease and

Related Disorders

By Patricia Schaber, PhD, OTR/L

ISBN: 978-1-56900-302-2, 198 pages,

2010

Order #2217. AOTA Members: $59,

Nonmembers: $84

See page 26 for additional details. See CE on page 28.

Occupational Therapy Practice

Guidelines for Individuals With Work-

Related Injuries and Illnesses

By Vicki Kaskutas, OTD, MHS, OT/L, and

Jeffrey Snodgrass, PhD, MPH, OTR/L, CWCE

ISBN: 978-1-56900-260-5, 163 pages,

2009

Order #2213. AOTA Members: $59,

Nonmembers: $84

See page 63 for additional details.

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CHILDREN & YOUTH GUIDELINES

Occupational Therapy Practice

Guidelines for Early Childhood:

Birth Through 5 Years

By Gloria Frolek Clark, PhD, OTR/L, BCP, FAOTA, and

Karrie Kingsley, OTD, OTR/L

ISBN: 978-1-56900-343-5, 150 pages,

2013

Order #2222. AOTA Members: $69,

Nonmembers: $98

See page 30 for additional details.

Occupational Therapy Practice

Guidelines for Mental Health

Promotion, Prevention, and

Intervention for Children and Youth

By Susan Bazyk, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA, and

Marian Arbesman, PhD, OTR/L

ISBN-13: 978-1-56900-341-1, 171 pages,

2013

Order #2223. AOTA Members: $69,

Nonmembers: $98

See page 45 for additional details.

Occupational Therapy Practice

Guidelines for Children and

Adolescents With Challenges in

Sensory Processing and Sensory

Integration

By Renee Watling, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA; Kristie

Patten Koenig, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA; Patricia L.

Davies, PhD, OTR, FAOTA; and Roseann C. Schaaf,

PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA

ISBN: 978-1-56900-320-6, 229 pages, 2011

Order #2218. AOTA Members: $69, Nonmembers: $98

See page 60 for additional details.

Occupational Therapy Practice

Guidelines for Children and

Adolescents With Autism

By Scott D. Tomchek, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA, and

Jane Case- Smith, EdD, OTR/L, BCP, FAOTA

ISBN: 978-1-56900-276-6, 123 pages,

2009

Order #2212. AOTA Members: $69,

Nonmembers: $98

See page 22 for additional details.

AOTA EVIDENCE-BASED

PRACTICE RESOURCES

Using Evidence to Inform Occupational Therapy

AOTA offers members a series of important EBP resources

to guide practitioners with clinical decision-making,

discuss the value of OT interventions with clients and

external audiences, stimulate academic and continuing

education programs, share with students as they develop

critical appraisal skills, and guide the development

of clinical research projects.

■■

AOTA EBP Resources

■■

Critically Appraised Topics (CATS)

■■

Critically Appraised Papers (CAPS)

■■

The Evidence Brief Series

■■

The EBP Resource Directory

■■

Evidence Byte

■■

Practice Guidelines Series

■■

Evidence Perks

■■

Research articles in AJOT

■■

Articles in AOTA Member Publications

TO LEARN MORE, VISIT WWW.AOTA.ORG/EBP

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We've Got

You Covered!

When you become an AOTA member, you become connected to a wealth of professional resources, compiled by

top researchers, educators, and practitioners from across the country. From the latest evidence-based research

and the most current practice trends to specialized online forums and networking opportunities, your AOTA

membership keeps you covered on all the occupational therapy issues that are important to you and your career.

The following professional resources are FREE with your AOTA membership:

• A subscription to OT Practice, the authoritative source for the practical information that helps occupational therapy practitioners. By

providing readable, reliable coverage of the full spectrum of occupational therapy and rehabilitation practice, OT Practice gives you the

tools you need for professional success. OT Practice is published 22 times a year and is also available online.

• An in-depth quarterly supplement to OT Practice provided by the Special Interest Sections that focuses on applying research and other

evidence to occupation-centered practice in areas of interest to members.

• A subscription to the American Journal of Occupational Therapy (AJOT), the most highly cited scholarly journal in the occupational therapy

profession, is available in print and online, published 6 times a year with additional online supplements. See next page for details.

• Email newsletters that deliver professional information right to your inbox. Topics go beyond occupational therapy issues to include

workplace relationships, time management, and leadership development.

• Access to the Special Interest Section forums on OT Connections, where experts respond to questions and start discussions. This is

virtual networking at its best!

• Access to resources and databases through www.aota.org, including our online evidence-based research center and Evidence Exchange,

OT Search, and Wilma L. West Library—giving you the specialized information you need to guide clinical decision making with quickness

and ease.

AOTA membership works! To join, visit www.aota.org/membership today.

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PRACTICE GUIDELINES

Adults With Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders.................. 26, 64

Adults With Neurodegenerative Diseases ........................................ 51, 64

Adults With Serious Mental Illness ................................................. 45, 64

Adults With Stroke........................................................................... 26, 64

Adults With Traumatic Brain Injury..................................................27, 64

Children and Adolescents With Autism ........................................... 22, 65

Children and Adolescents With Challenges in Sensory

Processing and Sensory Integration .............................................. 60, 65

Driving and Community Mobility for Older Adults.......................... 34, 64

Early Childhood: Birth Through 5 Years .......................................... 30, 65

Home Modifications......................................................................... 20, 64

Individuals With Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses ..................... 63, 64

Mental Health Promotion, Prevention, and Intervention for

Children and Youth........................................................................ 45, 65

Older Adults With Low Vision.......................................................... 61, 64

Productive Aging for Community-Dwelling Older Adults ................ 48, 64

PUBLICATIONS

2015 AOTA Salary and Workforce Survey................................................13

Activity Card Sort, 2nd Edition...............................................................18

Adults With Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities......................33

Asher’s OT Assessment Tools, 4th Edition ............................................15

Autism, 3rd Edition ................................................................................22

Best Practices for OT in Schools.............................................................56

Canadian Occupational Performance Measure Manual, 5th Edition ......18

Clinical Supervision in OT......................................................................37

Clinician’s Guide for Implementing Ayres Sensory Integration®...........59

Cognition, Occupation, and Participation Across the Life Span,

3rd Edition...........................................................................................26

Collaborating for Student Success..........................................................58

Compensating for Memory Deficits Using a Systematic Approach ........27

Culture and Occupation...........................................................................8

Driving and Community Mobility...........................................................34

Early Childhood......................................................................................30

The Essential Guide to OT Fieldwork Education, 2nd Edition................36

Evaluation in OT, 4th Edition.................................................................16

Fieldwork Performance Evaluation for the OTA Student........................37

Fieldwork Performance Evaluation for the OT Student..........................37

The Fine Motor Olympics Activities Set.................................................30

For the Love of Occupation................................................................ 9, 68

Handbook of Pediatric Constraint-Induced Movement Therapy............29

Infant and Child Feeding and Swallowing..............................................29

Is It Sensory or Is It Behavior?................................................................59

Kohlman Evaluation of Living Skills (KELS), 4th Edition........................16

Life Balance..............................................................................................8

Lifestyle Redesign, ® 2nd Edition.............................................................47

Living Life To Its Fullest ® .................................................................... 9, 68

Living With Illness or Disability...............................................................8

Mental Health Promotion, Prevention, and Intervention With

Children and Youth..............................................................................44

Mentoring Leaders..................................................................................14

Neurocognitive Disorders (NCDs)...........................................................24

OT and Dementia Care...........................................................................27

OT and Home Modification....................................................................20

OT Fieldwork Survival Guide, 2nd Edition .............................................37

OT History..............................................................................................43

OT in Acute Care ....................................................................................51

OT in Mental Health...............................................................................44

OT Interventions for Adults With Low Vision .......................................61

The OT Manager, 5th Edition .................................................................14

OT Practice Framework, 3rd Edition ......................................................46

OT Services for Children and Youth Under IDEA, 3rd Edition................58

OT Treatment Goals for the Physically and Cognitively Disabled..........51

OT–DORA...............................................................................................17

Perspectives for Occupation-Based Practice, 3rd Edition.........................7

Practical Applications for the OT Code of Ethics and

Ethics Standards..................................................................................39

Practical Considerations for School-Based OT.......................................58

A Professional Legacy, 3rd Edition.........................................................43

Reference Guide to the OT Code of Ethics, 2015 Edition........................39

The Reference Manual of the Official Documents of AOTA, Inc.,

20th Edition ........................................................................................54

Screening Adult Neurologic Populations, 2nd Edition ..........................16

Sensory Integration................................................................................60

Sensory Integration Tools for Teens.......................................................60

Sexuality and OT......................................................................................8

Social Profile...........................................................................................17

Strategies to Advance Gerontology Excellence.......................................48

Stroke.....................................................................................................25

Task Analysis, 3rd Edition .......................................................................6

The Test of Grocery Shopping Skills.......................................................18

Therapeutic Gardens................................................................................9

Test of Handwriting Skills–Revised........................................................30

The Texture of Life, 4th Edition ...............................................................6

Tools for Tots..........................................................................................60

Transitions Across the Lifespan................................................................9

Traumatic Brain Injury...........................................................................25

Upper-Extremity Task-Specific Training After Stroke or Disability........42

Ways of Living, 4th Edition ......................................................................7

Weekly Calendar Planning Activity........................................................17

A Writer’s Toolkit for OT and Health Care Professionals........................54

NBCOT ® EXAM PREP

AOTA’s NBCOT ® OTR ® and COTA ® Exam Prep........................................38

CONSUMER GUIDES

After Your Hip Surgery...........................................................................69

After Your Knee Surgery.........................................................................69

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome........................................................................69

PERIODICALS & RESEARCH TOOLS

AJOT.......................................................................................................67

OT Practice.............................................................................................67

OT Search...............................................................................................67

PUBLIC AWARENESS

AOTA $25 Gift Certificate .......................................................................68

Define Yourself (brochure).....................................................................69

OT Design Pin.........................................................................................68

What Is OT? (brochure)..........................................................................68

CONTINUING EDUCATION

Self-Paced Clinical Courses

Collaborating for Student Success..........................................................58

Driving and Community Mobility...........................................................34

Dysphagia Care and Related Feeding Concerns for Adults,

2nd Edition..........................................................................................52

Early Childhood......................................................................................30

Low Vision, Revised Edition ...................................................................62

Mental Health Promotion, Prevention, and Intervention With

Children and Youth..............................................................................44

Neurocognitive Disorders (NCDs)...........................................................24

Neurorehabilitation in OT Series...................................................... 24, 25

OT and Home Modification....................................................................21

OT in Mental Health...............................................................................44

Strategies to Advance Gerontology Excellence.......................................48

Stroke.....................................................................................................25

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Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)..................................................................25

CD, Online Courses, & Webcasts

An Occupation-Based Approach in Postacute Care to

Support Productive Aging....................................................................49

AOTA Ethics Topics: Fieldwork Issues....................................................40

Autism Topics Part I...............................................................................23

Autism Topics Part II..............................................................................23

Autism Topics Part III.............................................................................23

Bully Prevention and Friendship Promotion..........................................45

Cancer Series—Module 1........................................................................52

Creating Successful Transitions to Community Mobility

Independence for Adolescents.............................................................35

Determining Capacity to Drive for Drivers With Dementia

Using Research, Ethics, and Professional Reasoning...........................35

Driving and Community Mobility for Older Adults................................35

Driving Assessment and Training Techniques........................................35

Early Identification for Young Children Using a

Family-Centered Approach: Modules 1, 2, 3, & 4.................................32

The Ethical and Professional Obligation to Address Driving

When Delivering OT Services...............................................................36

Ethics Topic—Duty to Warn....................................................................40

Ethics Topic—Moral Distress..................................................................40

Ethics Topic—Organizational Ethics......................................................41

Ethics Topic—Scope of Practice..............................................................40

Exploring the OT Practice Framework, 3rd Edition..................................46

Falls Prevention Series...........................................................................50

Hand Rehabilitation...............................................................................42

Health Literacy: Effective Client Education and Communication .........10

Home Modifications 101: Kitchen Modifications for

Older Adults .................................................................................. 13, 49

Let’s Think BIG About Wellness .............................................................11

Low Vision in Older Adults, 2nd Edition ................................................62

Low Vision: Modules 1, 2, 3, & 4....................................................... 62, 63

Model of Human Occupation Screening Tool (MOHOST).......................19

OT’s Distinct Value: Modules 1 & 2........................................................55

OT Practice Guidelines for Adults With Serious Mental Illness..............45

OT Practice Guidelines for Home Modifications.....................................20

OT’s Unique Contributions to Cancer Rehabilitation.............................52

OT Manager Topics.................................................................................15

Preparing for ICD–10 Implementation...................................................55

Promoting Medication Adherence..........................................................11

Response to Intervention (RtI) for At-Risk Learners..............................59

Seating and Positioning for Productive Aging........................................49

Sensory Processing Concepts and Applications in Practice....................61

The Short Child Occupational Profile (SCOPE) ................................ 19, 32

Skilled Nursing Facilities 101.................................................................49

Social Skills for Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)..........24

Staying Updated in School-Based Practice.............................................59

Strategic Evidence-Based Interviewing in OT.................................. 11, 19

Understanding the Assistive Technology Process to Promote

School-Based Occupation Outcomes...................................................21

Using the OT Practice Guidelines for Adults With Alzheimer’s Disease

and Related Disorders (ADRD) to Enhance Your Practice....................28

Young Adults on the Autism Spectrum: Life After IDEA........................23

DVD Courses

Functional Treatment Ideas and Strategies in Adult Hemiplegia...........28

Teaching Independence..........................................................................28

Treatment Strategies in Acute Care of Stroke Survivors ........................28

Webinars

101 Assistive Technology Solutions You Can Make in

Under One Minute...............................................................................21

101 Worksite Accommodation in Five Minutes or Less...........................21

Assistive Technology for Social Integration...........................................21

A.T. After Dark........................................................................................21

Awesome New iPAD Adaptations, Accessories, and Resources...............21

Chrome as Assistive Technology ...........................................................21

Fifty Ways to Extend Literacy Experiences With Everyday

Technologies........................................................................................21

Fundamental Assessment Process (FAP) for Assistive Technology.........21

Google Glass—Another Amazing Access Solution..................................21

IAccess: Focus on Switch Accessibility for the iPad................................21

iOS, Android, MS Surface Pro 2 Comparisons.........................................21

Twitter 101.............................................................................................21

UDE: Universal Design for Employment.................................................21

Conference Webcasts

2013 Conference Eleanor Clarke Slagle Lecture by Dr. Glen Gillen.........11

2014 Conference Presidential Address by Dr. Stoffel..............................12

2014 Conference Slagle Lecture by Maralynne D. Mitcham....................12

2014 Conference Welcome & Keynote Address......................................12

2015 Conference Presidential Address by Dr. Stoffel..............................12

2015 Conference Slagle Lecture by Helen S. Cohen................................13

2015 Conference Welcome & Keynote Address......................................12

2015 Institute: A Paradigm Shift for Treatment and Research

in Sensory Processing Disorder............................................................61

AJOT Articles

Effectiveness of Interventions for Adults With Psychological

or Emotional Impairment After Stroke................................................10

Effectiveness of Interventions to Improve Occupational

Performance of People With Motor Impairments After Stroke............10

Habits of the Sensory System and Mental Health...................................10

Hurricane Sandy, Disaster Preparedness, and the Recovery Model........10

Interventions for People With ALS.........................................................10

Interventions to Improve Driving Performance in Older Adults.............10

Living Legends........................................................................................10

Sensory Processing Disorder in Children Ages Birth–3 Years

Born Prematurely.................................................................................10

Sensory Sensitivity and Strategies for Coping With Pain.......................10

Update on Productive Aging Research....................................................10

SIS Topics

Enhancing Quality of Life for Older Adults............................................10

Enhancing Wellness in Children Through Sensory-Based Approaches..10

Intervention Models for School-Age Youth............................................10

Models of Practice for Increasing Self-Awareness..................................10

Nurturing and Communicating With Children With Disabilities...........10

Reducing Depression in Older Adults.....................................................10

The Recovery Model and Occupational Identity for

People with Psychiatric Disabilities.....................................................10

The Role of OT With Clients Hospitalized in Special Care Units............10

CE Chapters

Best Practices for OT in Schools.............................................................56

Workshops

Fieldwork Certificate..............................................................................37

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Contents

Publications & CE

Across Practice Areas/General Practice........................6

Administration & Management.....................................13

Assessment & Evaluation.................................................15

Assistive Technology & Environmental

Modifications.................................................................. 20

Autism...................................................................................... 22

Brain & Cognition.................................................................24

Children & Youth..................................................................29

Developmental & Learning Disabilities......................33

Driving & Community Mobility......................................34

Education: Academic & Fieldwork/NBCOT ®

Exam Prep.........................................................................36

Ethics..........................................................................................39

Hand & Shoulder................................................................. 42

History.......................................................................................43

Mental Health....................................................................... 44

Occupational Therapy Practice Framework............46

Older Adults............................................................................47

Physical Rehabilitation.......................................................51

Reference Works.................................................................. 54

School-Based Practice...................................................... 56

Sensory Integration & Processing............................... 59

Vision.........................................................................................61

Work...........................................................................................63

Practice Guidelines.....................................................64

Periodicals & Research Tools.................................... 66

Public Awareness........................................................68

Consumer Guides....................................................... 69

Order Information...................................................... 70

Educator Resources.................................................... 71

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