Community Occupational Therapy with Mentally Handicapped Adults (Therapy in Practice Series)

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The philosophy of normalization and promotion of the plight of children and adults with mental handicaps has drawn more public attention in recent years. Governments in a number of countries have embarked upon policies involving the dosure of institutions, move­ ment of people with mental handicaps back into the community, and development of community-orientated programmes, although their reasons for this may be economically, rather than ideologically, motivated. Occupational therapists have moved into the community, along with other health professionals, in order to set up community services for people with mental handicaps. My own experience of working in a multidisciplinary team in Central London for 2V2 years, helping adults with mental handicaps to move out of an institution, has been a source of motivation to write this book. The amount of written material available on the occupational therapy approach to re settlement and de­ institutionalization is limited, in comparison with the massive amount of information written by, and for, other practitioners. Additionally, the number of texts written by and for occupational therapists with this dient group are few. Despite excellent support from OT colleagues, I experienced considerable frustration trying to define and perform my role, not helped by a shortage of texts to draw on.

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In recent years there has been a trend, in Britain, Canada, the US and Australia, for occupational therapists to provide for the needs of adults with a mental handicap in the community rather than the hospital. This development has left many occupational therapists little time or opportunity to share experiences and learn from others' mistakes. There have previously, however, existed no guidebooks for their use which have had a direct application to the community setting. This book is a practical guide for occupational therapists working with adults with a mental handicap in the community. The book covers the role of the occupational therapist in this setting, the practicalities of moving mentally handicapped adults out of hospital and into the community, skills training and the use of group and individual work with clients. Other issues dealt with are the development of suitable housing, employment opportunities and the stresses and problems of community work for the therapist and client. This book should be of interest to occupational therapists and community workers.

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