In 2001, after more than 20 years, the World Health Organization revised their comprehensive classification system for rehabilitation professionals. This marked a major transition in how rehabilitation professionals, agencies, advocates, politicians, and the general public understand 'disability.' It also dramatically changed how treatment plans are developed and assessed and how reimbursement for professional services is administered. "Rehabilitation and Health Assessment" is a guide to the current 2001 ICF classification, designed for use by a wide variety of rehabilitation professionals in their daily professional practice. A particular strength of this book is its emphasis on using the ICF guidelines to measure and assess rehabilitation interventions and outcomes, which have become a necessity in this era of 'evidence-based practice.' This is a complete guide to the revised ICF classification guidelines for a wide variety of professionals. It is authored by well respected leaders in this field. The sections include: Professional Issues in the ICF Context, Measures of Adaptation and Adjustment and Advanced Measurement and Technology as well as other highly relevant topics.
Publisher: Springer Publishing Co Inc
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