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Social Participation in Occupational Contexts
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-The structural organization of the information and the physical layout of this book makes browsing and finding information easy. Good pictures and the numerous summary tables support well-written content that lightens the reading experience and makes main idea retrieval very easy. In sum, Social Participation in Occupational Contexts would be an invaluable resource in academic contexts and worthwhile to be given consideration by others interested in social participation.- -Josiane Caron Santha, Canadian Journal of Occupational Therapy
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Marilyn B. Cole, MS, OTR/L, FAOTA, retired from Quinnipiac University in Hamden, Conn., after 25 years of full-time teaching and became a Professor Emerita of Occupational Therapy in the fall of 2007. Her first book, Group Dynamics in Occupational Therapy, published by SLACK (1993, 1998), is now in its third edition (2005). In 2008, Professor Cole co-authored a second textbook, Applied Theories in Occupational Therapy, with colleague Roseanna Tufano, and has recently contributed a chapter titled -Retirement, Volunteering, and End of Life Issues- to Meriano and Latella's Occupational Therapy Interventions, (2008, SLACK); a chapter titled -Theories of Aging- to Coppola, Elliott, and Toto's Strategies to Advance Gerontology Excellence (2008); a chapter on -Client Centered Groups- for Creek and Lougher's Occupational Therapy and Mental Health, 4th Ed . (2008); and a chapter titled -Occupational Therapy Theory Development and Organization- for Sladyk, Jacobs, and MacRae's Occupational Therapy Essentials for Clinical Competence (2010, SLACK). Current activities include working on a survey research study on retirement and volunteering with colleague Karen Macdonald, pursuit of fiction writing, and joining co-author Mary Donohue in promoting issues of social participation and occupation at professional conferences. At home in Connecticut or Freeport, Bahamas, Professor Cole and her husband, Martin Schiraldi, enjoy traveling, cruising, skiing, sailing, and scuba diving. Mary V. Donohue, PhD, OTL, FAOTA, a retired clinical professor from New York University and currently Clinical Professor at Stony Brook University, Department of Occupational Therapy, specializes in psychosocial mental health. She worked for 13 years at Hillside Psychiatric Hospital, leading activity therapy rehabilitation groups. She is co-editor of the journal, Occupational Therapy in Mental Health, assisting guest editors in publishing books, and has recently contributed a chapter, -Evaluation of Social Participation, - to Sladyk, Jacobs, and MacRae's text Occupational Therapy Essentials for Clinical Competence (2010, SLACK). Dr. Donohue has developed the Social Profile assessment tool, and her research articles using the Profile can be found on the Web. She is Metro NYD Research Co-Chair and NYSOTA Research Representative, providing grants for occupational therapy research projects, consulting with research applicants, and presenting Research Forums with grant awardees. She serves on the MNYD Mental Health Task Force, helping to plan events for OT's Walk with NAMI. She also serves on the State Board for Occupational Therapy of the New York State Board of Education for adjudicating licensure issues. Dr. Donohue has served as Commodore of New York Sailing Club, an educational, safety-oriented, and social club, pairing skippers and crew.