Occupational Therapy for People with Eating Dysfunctions

Occupational Therapy for People with Eating Dysfunctions

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This practical volume provides a wealth of both basic and new knowledge about eating activities and deficits. Occupational therapy professionals offer interventions that meet the needs of patients with eating problems. A rich resource for clinician and student alike, this vital book examines in a clear and engaging style such topics as eating problems among neonates, patients with dramatic structural changes in their eating a€œapparatusa€ as a result of surgery, and the growing need among the rising population of elderly whose competencies in daily life are threatened or impaired.CA EDITORIAL BOARD ANNE AFFLECK, MS, OTR, Assistant Director, Occupational and Physical Therapy, Stanford University Hospital, Stanford University Medical Center, Stanford, CA REBA ANDERSON, PhD, OTR, FAOTA, Associate Professor and Chair, ... Adjunct Assistant Professor, University of Southern California, and Clinician in Private Practice, Los Angeles, CA FELICE CELIKYOL, MA, OTR, anbsp;...

Title:Occupational Therapy for People with Eating Dysfunctions
Author: Florence S. Cromwell
Publisher:Psychology Press - 1986-01-01

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