References – Disability and Child and Family Centred Practice

  • Abrams T. (2016) Heidegger and the Politics of Disablement. Toronto: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Bartlett, D. J., Chiarello, L. A., McCoy, S. W., Palisano, R. J., Rosenbaum, P. L., Jeffries, L., … & Stoskopf, B. (2010). The Move & PLAY study: an example of comprehensive rehabilitation outcomes research. Physical therapy90(11), 1660-1672.
  • Brokenbrow, l., Horridge, K. and Stair, H., 2016.Disability Matters in Britain 2016: Enablers and challenges to inclusion for disabled children, young people and their families. Royal College Paediatrics Child Health,
  • King, G., & Chiarello, L. (2014). Family-centered care for children with cerebral palsy: conceptual and practical considerations to advance care and practice. Journal of Child Neurology29(8), 1046-1054.
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  • Sumsion, T. (2000). A revised occupational therapy definition of client-centred practice. British Journal of Occupational Therapy63(7), 304-309.
  • Swain, J., & French, S. (2000). Towards an affirmation model of disability. Disability & society15(4), 569-582.

References – Goal Setting

  • Fischer, A. (2009). Occupational TherapyIntervention Process Model. A Model for Planning Top-down, Client-centered, and Ocuppational-based Interventions. Colorado: Three Star Press, Inc.
  • Siegert, R.J. & Levack, W.M.M. (2015). Rehabilitation Goal Setting Theory, Practice and Evidence. New York: Taylor and Francis Group.
  • Tobbel, J & Bevan, J (1997). “GAS for People with Learning Disabilities” Winslow Press, Oxford
  • Turner-Stokes, L. (2009). Goal attainment scaling (GAS) in rehabilitation: a practical guide. Clinical rehabilitation23(4), 362-370.
  • Weid, D.T. (2009). Goal setting in rehabilitation: an overview of what, why and how. Clinical rehabilitation. 23: 291-295.