Eyes for Occupational Therapy of Affirming People's Existence:
Why Does It Make People Energetic?
(Ed.) June 2014 Miwa Shoten, 162p.
(Ed.) June 2014 Eyes for Occupational Therapy of Affirming People's Existence: Why Does It Make People Energetic?
，Miwa Shoten，162p. ISBN-10:4895904733 ISBN-13:978-4895904735 2800 yen＋tax [amazon]
(From the Website of Miwa Shoten)
This book suggests a breakthrough (or future) way of occupational therapy that affirms people with disabilites as they are although they "cannot" do sotimes due to their disabilities and makes them energetic.
This book transcends the framework of "acceptance of disabilities," and tries to approach a concrete establishment of occupational therapy that affirms people with disabilities as they are although they cannot do sometimes due to their disabilities, apart from occupational therapy that tries to increase what people with disabilities can do.
The author demolishes the existing concept of rehabilitation in which we increase what disabled people can and suggests a new occupational therapy from the sides both of interdisciplinary viewpoints from sociology, disability studies, phenomenology, and research on the invloved people and of the practical method based on occupation.
This book will provide readers a big clue when they worry about their own occupational therapy in clinical settings.
This book is a must for people supporting disabled people as well as occupational therapists.
■Table of Contents
Introductory Chapter Eyes for Occupational Therapy of Affirming People's Existence: Why Does It Make People Energetic?
1.From the Tide of History of Occupational Therapy/Rehabilitation to "Affirmation of People's Existence"
2.Not "Acceptance of Disabilities"or "Self Determination/QOL"
3.Formation of This Book: Five Discussions over "Affirmation of People's Existence"
Chapter 1 Act Theoretical Examination of Self Determination Theory, Theory that Care Helpers are Limbs of Disabled People, and Independence Concept
2. Self Determination Theory and Theory that Care Helpers are Limbs of Disabled People
(1) Disabilities Force Self Determination
(2) Automatic Circuit and Manual Circuit
(3) Share of the Boundary of Automatic and Manual
3. How Do We Understand Independence Concept?
(1) independence and autonomy
(2) Requestioning Independence from Experiences of Earthquake Disaster
(3) Requestioning Independence from Research on People with Dependence
(4) Requestioning Autonomy from Research on AYAYA's Research on People with Developmental Disabilities
(5) Autonomy of "from Action to Decision" Type
(6) Autonomy of "from Decision to Action" Type
Chapter 2 Before Affirmation of Existence
1. Is There Any Occupational Therapy that Affirms People's Existence?
2. To Illnesses Bringing Pain and Death
3. Differences of Various Disabilities
6. However the Society Is
7. In Case of Work the Boundary Is Different
8. There Always Exists What Can Be Done
Chapter 3 Making Regions Affirming All Voices of "I Want to Work": Research and Practice of a Conceptual Framework Based on Occupation
Job Assistance to People with Mental Disabilities under Severe Conditions
2. "Job Assistance as Work Sharing"
(1) Occupational Ideal
(2) Seeking of an Occupational Conceptual Framework
3. Assistance Method
(1) Focus of Assistances (Evaluation/Intervention/Achievement)
(2) Intervention Strategy
4. Response to Anticipation and Criticism
(1) If You Work, the Illness Will Relapse
(2) I Would Like You to Cure the Illness
(3) Do You Allow Someone's Selfishness?
(4) Do You Provide Job Assistance to Persons who Cannot Take a Bus?
(5) Please Do not Allow Someone to Decide Himself/Herself
(6) You Should not Work Outside Your Workplace: You Should Do Something about This
(7) You Should Stop Assistance to Persons who Cannot Work
(8) I Was Said to Stop It
5. Making Regions Affirming All Voices of "I Want to Work"
Chapter 4 Occupation Affirming People's Existence
2 Experiences of Illnesses and Fluctuation of Existence Value
(1) Onset of Connective Tissue Disease
(2) Experiences of Depression
(3) Loss of Purpose in Life
(4) Turning Point
(5) Challenge to Ad Lib
3. What Can Be Seen from Ad-lib Experiences
(1) Occupation of Ad Lib
(2) Fun of Unpredictability
(3) Getting Out of Problems of Disabilities
(4) Liminal Experiences
(5) Traps Hidden in the Possiblity of Occupation
(6) Changing "Impossible" to "Possible"
(7) Dionysian Occupational Therapy
Chapter 5 Activities of Bodies Assisting Communication between You and Me and Keeping Interaction: Bodies' Questioning Bodies the Way Bodies Meet Faces and Face Bodies
(1) Since They Are Similar/Same
(2) Something Is Different
(3) It Is Nothing Like This
2. In the Time When Communication Cannot Be Continued
(1) Exaggerated Bodies
(2) Lying Bodies
3. To What Extent Can Faces Be Enlarged?
(1) Meeting Expression
(2) Faces Do not Conduct Body Expression Only by Themselves
(3) When Expression Is Born
(4) We Cannot Help Reading Feelings in Faces of Robots, Bikes, and Animals
(5) Since They Are Similar
4. Participation in the Situation
(1) Until We Meet It Is a Chance/Once We Meet, It Is Necessity
(2) Assumption of Feeling that "I Can Move A Little More"
(3) Meeting a View, Living a Life There
(4) Participation in the Situation
(5) There Exists a Rhythm that Can Be Made Only by the Two
5. In Order to Continue Communication
Chapter 6 Eyes for Occupational Therapy of Affirming People's Existence
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