"Very comprehensive. Reviews a variety of possible settings for community practice and appears to cover the process from the beginning on through." -- Anne Marie Knecht, MA, OTR/L, Florida International University, Miami, FL This classroom text and reference provides an overview of community-based practice for the student and novice clinician. It reviews basic principles, legislation, and policy issues relevant to all community-based practice. "This book is highly recommended not only to occupational therapy students and educators but to occupational therapy practitioners as well. For those employed in traditional hospital settings, the abundance of information may certainly help them expand their thinking about the scope of occupatonal therapy practice." -- Karen Butler, Volume 69, Number 5, Canadian Journal of Occupational Therapy, December 2002 "The text is easily readable and contains chapter key terms and learning objectives which help accentuate information. This text provides a much needed resource for occupational therapists who currently are, or plan to in the future, practice in the community." -- Peggy Wittman, EdD, OTR/L, FAOTA, Occupational Therapy in Health Care Journal, Volume 16, Number 4, 2003Scaffa, Majorie E. is the author of 'Occupational Therapy in Community-Based Practice Settings', published 2001 under ISBN 9780803605596 and ISBN 0803605595.