Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||edited by Carl V. Granger, Glen E. Gresham.|
|Series||Rehabilitation medicine library|
|Contributions||Granger, Carl V., 1928-, Gresham, Glen E.|
|LC Classifications||RM930 .F86 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 407 p. :|
|Number of Pages||407|
|LC Control Number||83021862|
Assessment in Rehabilitation and Health is the first and only text tailored specifically for students seeking a structured foundation of knowledge of tests and related assessment practices commonly used by health professionals in their various other textbooks commonly used in this area of study often offer a broader and more sweeping look at assessment practices and theories Cited by: ï»¿ PREFACE NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN FUNCTIONAL ASSESSMENT /93 $ + FUNCTIONAL ASSESSMENT IN REHABILITATION MEDICINE Introduction and Brief Background Carl V. Granger, MD, and Glen E. Gresham, MD In , we published Functional Assessment in Rehabilitation Medicine,12 one of the first books on this important by: Functional Assessment for Challenging Behaviors is an essential resource for researchers, scientist-practitioners, and graduate students in clinical child and school psychology, pediatric psychiatry and medicine, social work, rehabilitation, and developmental psychology/5(3). In rehabilitative medicine, functional assessment means a decision process that results from the interaction between classifications (for example, diagnostic) and measures, and that aims to.
The instruments that assess the functional living skills of chronically mentally ill individuals are reviewed. The instruments range from those that Rehabilitation Medicine Service, Brentwood VAMC, Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA Charles J. Wallace, Ph.D., Functional Assessment in Rehabilitation, Schizophrenia Bulletin. Functional assessment is a popular way of identifying movement limitations or asymmetry that does not require advanced biomechanical hardware or software. These assessments may involve the rating of movement quality from the practitioner or using simple measurements. One type of functional assessment, which has gathered popularity since , is the use of Functional . PRETREATMENT FUNCTIONAL ASSESSMENT. Pretreatment functional assessment is a critical component of comprehensive care. Baseline functional status has been shown to predict posttreatment functional outcomes, and contributes to clinical decisions about supportive care to optimize treatment tolerance (e.g., pretreatment feeding tube placement, dietary changes to prevent aspiration). Practical and unique, this is the only book to cover the instruments used by all rehabilitation disciplines. And better yet, it's the only book to describe and/or display instruments -- more than 40 that are used in general rehabilitation. A leading-edge resource, Functional Assessment and Outcome Measures for the Rehabilitation Health Professional helps you select the best outcomes.
Special programs build on the rehabilitation medicine team's substantial skill in rehabilitation of patients with cancer, rheumatic diseases, and developmental and congenital disorders. Specialized evaluations such as fitness testing, motion analysis, video fluoroscopy and ultrasound imaging of swallowing, assessment of motor and process skills. Assessment and Treatment of Muscle Imbalance: The Janda Approach blends postural techniques, neurology, and functional capabilities in order to alleviate chronic musculoskeletal pain and promote greater functionality. Developed by Vladimir Janda, respected neurologist and physiotherapist, the Janda approach presents a unique perspective to s: Psychiatric Rehabilitation Functional Assessment Tool Admission Criteria: (from the Psychiatric Rehabilitation Medical Necessity Criteria and Standards) Admission criteria for psychiatric rehabilitation services are met as follows: 1. The person is 18 years or older and . The rehabilitation specialist must design a program that re-establishes the dynamic functional stability of a joint in hopes of returning the athlete back to competition. Reactive neuromuscular training is employed as part of a functional exercise progression and can be instituted during and following the achievement of clinical-based goals.