Table of contents for Occupational therapy for children with special needs : occupational therapy for children with problems in learning, co-ordination, language, and behaviour / Elaine B. Wilson ; with Helen Edwards ... [et al.].
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Part 1. Background to Sensory Integration, Elaine B. Wilson.
Which Children Benefit From Treatment?.
What are The Potential benefits of Treatment?.
Part 2 Assessment Procedures, Helen Edwards.
Defining the Problem, Assessment Procedures.
Ethical Considerations, Assessment rationale.
Selecting Assessment Tools.
Referral and Identification.
Tests of Visual perception.
Tests of Self-esteem.
Tests of Handwriting Ability.
Part 3. The treatment Session, Elaine B. Wilson.
How Many Children can you Treat at Once?
Blocks of Treatment.
Difficulties That may Arise in any Treatment Session.
Management of Behaviour in The Treatment Session.
Parents' Role in Therapy.
Lack of progress,.
Managing Specific Deficits.
Treating Children With Other disabilities.
Part 4. Behaviour Management in Young Children - a Therapist's guide for Parents, Joanna Nicklin.
Meeting With Parents.
Tools of Management.
Part 5. Food and Chemical Sensitivities, Jenny Bennett.
Bathing and Cleaning.
Altering The Home.
A day in The Life of a Child who is Food- and Chemical-sensitive.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Occupational therapy for children -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Physical therapy for children -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Children with disabilities -- Rehabilitation -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.