Computer Applications in Occupational Therapy
Routledge – 1986 – 228 pages
Here is an invaluable book that provides you with a comprehensive introduction and exploration of the present and future issues of computer use in occupational therapy. This practical book will serve as a resource--to the novice, the experienced, and the student--regarding the often overwhelming world of microcomputer use in your profession. Computer Applications in Occupational Therapy will serve as your source of answers to the questions you may have regarding the often overwhelming world of microcomputer usage in your field. Occupational therapy professionals explore such topics as the impact of this new technology on rehabilitation, robotics and the disabled, and the computer as an administrative tool and as an educational tool. With this practical guide, you can learn how to best use the computer for your specific needs and avoid the pitfalls that many encounter when first using the computer.
Contents Glossary of Microcomputer Terminology and Other Suggested Resources