Occupational therapy practitioners in¬creasingly 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 interven¬tion outcomes as clients face changes and challenges in their lives.
Meira L. Orentlicher, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA
Sandra Schefkind, MS, OTR/L
Robert Gibson, PhD, OTR/L