Patient Volition and Action in Occupational Therapy £16.00 plus P&P

Patient Volition and Action in Occupational Therapy £16.00 plus P&P

Patient Volition and Action in Occupational Therapy holds Vona du Toit’s original papers and presentations on the theory of creative ability, as it developed in the 1960s and 1970s; it contains Vona du Toit’s work in progress. The contemporary representation of that work, presented as a model of practice is in the Crouch and Alers text.

 

Contents:

  • Initiative in occupational therapy (Dissertation)
  • Creative ability (Conference paper)
  • The restoration of activity participation leading to work participation (Conference paper)
  • The background theory related to creative ability which leads to work capacity (Paper)
  • The implementation of a programme aimed at evaluating the current level of creative ability in an individual and of stimulating the growth of his creative ability which leads to work
  • Capacity (Paper with focus on cerebral palsy)
  • An investigation into the correlation between volition and its expression in action (WFOT paper).
  • A personal experience, by Pieta Compaan
  • The South African model of creative participation, by Dain van der Reyden (WFOT paper)

 

DELIVERY

Books will be posted within 5 working days.

Delivery expected 5-10 working days after order placed.  Any queries please contact bethwhite@vdtmocaf-uk.com

Research and Networking

Research and Networking

Connections for participation.

Centres of Excellence

Centres of Excellence

Developing UK services as exemplars of the model in practice. Visit the first centre.

Training, CPD and Resources

Training, CPD and Resources

Find out how you can develop your creative ability.

In Global Contexts

In Global Contexts

The cross-national relevance of the VdT MoCA.

Assessment and Treatment

Assessment and Treatment

Assessment, Assessment recording tools and outcome measures

What is the VdT MoCA

What is the VdT MoCA

The Vona du Toit Model of Creative Ability (Vdt MoCA) is an occupational therapy practice model originating from South Africa.