Age Appropriate Activities for Adults with Profound Mental Retardation, 2nd Edition


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Age Appropriate Activities for Adults with Profound Mental Retardation, Second Edition
A Collaborative Design by Music Therapy, Occupational Therapy and Speech Pathology

By Nina Galerstein, Kris Martin, and Darryl Powe
107 pages

A user friendly approach for caregivers with specific focus on increasing daily skills and quality of life. All activities, grouped into categories Activities of Daily Living, Sensory Stimulation, Gross Motor, Fine Motor, Cognitive, Communication, and Social/Recreation, are designed to be easy, adaptable, and are based on specific areas of need and growth. Also includes important information on this population, what types of physical, sensory and communication issues will likely be present, a useful guide to structuring programs and activities for both groups and individuals, a description of communication issues and useful tools for the very difficult process of understanding and communicating.



Part One: Population, Programs, and Communication

Chapter 1  Population Descriptors

Chapter 2  Structuring Programs and Activities

Chapter 3  Considerations for Functional Communication

Part Two: The Scenarios

Chapter 4  Introduction, Important Considerations

Chapter 5  Activities of Daily Living

Chapter 6  Sensory Stimulation

Chapter 7  Gross Motor

Chapter 8  Fine Motor

Chapter 9  Cognitive

Chapter 10  Communication

Chapter 11  Social/Recreational

Part Three:  Materials and Resources



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