Developing Occupation-centered Programs With The Community by Linda S. FazioDeveloping Occupation-centered Programs With The Community by Linda S. Fazio

Developing Occupation-centered Programs With The Community

byLinda S. Fazio

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The updated Third Edition of Developing Occupation-Centered Programs With the Community continues to provide an excellent step-by-step workbook approach to designing and implementing a program for the community.

Inside Developing Occupation-Centered Programs With the Community, Third Edition, Dr. Linda Fazio includes the importance of community asset identification and development toward sustainability.

The Third Edition includes new and updated content on evidence-based practice; program evaluation at multiple levels; funding; nonprofits and social entrepreneurship. Additionally, new trending issues of interest to programmers include human trafficking, post-combat programming for military veterans and their families, arts-based programming for all ages, and programming to meet current needs of the well-elderly.

Features of the Third Edition:
Workbook format offers the instructor and the student options for how to use the text in a classroom or independently in an internship or residency.
The order of the programming process, chapter content order, summaries, and format of exercises has been retained to ease transition for instructors using previous editions of the text.
The program “story section has been retained, along with author's notes on what is currently happening with these programs and other related topic areas
New content has been added in program sustainability, the assessment and building of community assets, and consensus organizing in communities.
More developed content is offered about the structure and function of nonprofit organizations as well as the role and function of the social entrepreneur who does programming for these organizations.

Instructors in educational settings can visit www.efacultylounge.com for additional materials to be used for teaching in the classroom.

Developing Occupation-Centered Programs With the Community, Third Edition is an excellent introductory tool and is a valuable resource for occupational therapy students at all levels, as well as experienced practitioners in a clinical setting.
Linda S. Fazio, PhD, OTR/L, LPC, FAOTAwas born and lived her early life on a wheat and dairy farm in Southeast Kansas, where she attended a one-room school as the only student in her grade for 8 years. From there, she went to a small rural high school, and then received a scholarship to Ottawa University, Ottawa, Kansas, to study poetr...
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Title:Developing Occupation-centered Programs With The CommunityFormat:PaperbackDimensions:488 pages, 10 × 7 × 1 inPublished:May 15, 2017Publisher:Slack IncorporatedLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Dedication

Acknowledgments

About the Author

Preface

Introduction

Part 1 Building a Foundation

Chapter 1 Understanding Community

Chapter 2 Practicing Occupation in the Community

Chapter 3 Program Design and Development: What Skills Will I Need?

Chapter 4 Getting Started: Where Do Ideas Come From? Selecting a Population for Programming

Chapter 5 Identifying Trends and Forecasting Futures

Part II Developing Your Program: Design and Planning Phase

Chapter 6 Developing a Timeline for Program Design, Planning, Preparation, Implementation, and Evaluation

Chapter 7 Developing the Profiles of Your Population and the Community, Researching
the Supporting Literature, Finding Evidence, and Identifying Experts: The Beginning of the Assessment of “Need

Chapter 8 Continuing the Needs Assessment in the Community

Chapter 9 Identifying and Building Assets, Developing Community Capacity, Knowing
Your Stakeholders, and Sustaining Programming

Chapter 10 Developing and Finalizing the Projected Impact and Outcomes for Your Population, Developing Program-Specific Goals and Objectives, and Choosing
a Guiding Theory

Part III Developing the Program: Preparation and Implementation Phase

Chapter 11 Supporting Your Programming: Staffing and Personnel

Chapter 12 Supporting Your Programming: Space, Furnishings, Equipment, and Supplies

Chapter 13 Costs of Programming and Projected Funding Needs

Chapter 14 Funding Your Program

Chapter 15 Promoting Your Program: Marketing

Part IV Review and Evaluation Phase

Chapter 16 Program Evaluation: Measuring Programming Goals, Objectives, Outcomes,
and Impact

Part V Programming Stories: Program Examples for Children, Adolescents, Adults, and Older Adults

Chapter 17 Programming to Support Engagement in Meaningful Occupation and Balance for the Disenfranchised and Homeless: The Development of a Community Programming Proposal

Chapter 18 Intervention and Support Programming in Day Camps, Sleep-Away Camps,
and “Adventures

Chapter 19 Prevention and Wellness Programming Within Existing or Newly Formed
Clubs: Collaboration and Partnering With Stakeholders

Chapter 20 Shelter Programming for Homeless Persons With HIV/AIDS and Mental
Illness: Exploring Skills and Knowledge Supporting Employment

Chapter 21 Programming for the Homeless Adolescent in Transitional Shelter:
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Chapter 22 Promotion of Health, Well-Being, and Community: A Culturally Relevant Intergenerational Program for Older Adults Living in a Senior-Care Facility

Part VI What Now? Responding to Trending Issues: Stories in the Making

Chapter 23 Health Promotion and Wellness Programming for Older Adults Living in the Community: Sexuality, Sexual Functioning, and Intimacy

Chapter 24 Human Trafficking and Exploitation: Considerations for Community Programming

Chapter 25 Exploring Programming for Returning Combat Veterans and Families of
Veterans

Chapter 26 Community-Based Arts: Opportunities for Occupation-Centered
Practitioners

Index