Written to provide clinicians, educators, researchers, and students in rehabilitation with a comprehensive overview of the theory, practice, and evidence base of goal setting, this first-of-its-kind reference provides an authoritative, state-of-the-art knowledge of the practice. The authors cover a broad range of different approaches to goal settin
Table of Contents
Section I Goal Theory in Rehabilitation. Challenges in Theory, Practice and Evidence. Evidence-Based Goal Setting: Cultivating the Science of Rehabilitation. Psychology, Goals and Rehabilitation: Providing a Theoretical Foundation. Ethics and Goal Setting. Goal Setting as Shared Decision Making. MEANING as a Smarter Approach to Goals in Rehabilitation. Section II Goal Setting in Clinical Practice. Goal Attainment Scaling in Adult Neurorehabilitation. Goal Attainment Scaling in Paediatric Rehabilitation. Applying the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Alexandra Rauch and Anke Scheel-Sailer. Occupation-Based, Client-Centred Approach to Goal Planning and Measurement. Theory-Based Approach to Goal Setting. Goal Orientation and Goal Setting in German Medical Rehabilitation Research. Section III Specific Applications. Goal Setting in Social Competence Treatment after Brain Injury. Self-Management for People with Chronic Conditions. Goal Setting in Paediatric Rehabilitation. Use of Goals as a Focus for Services for Community-Dwelling Older People. Goals and Goal Setting for People with Aphasia, Their Family Members and Clinicians. Goal Setting in Stroke Rehabilitation: Theory, Practice and Future Directions. Section IV Conclusion. Concluding Comments, Current Trends and Future Directions. Index.