Program Development and Grant Writing in Occupational Therapy: Making the Connection is a practical guide to program development and grant writing. This text describes the process of developing a good idea into a sustainable and meaningful program related to occupational therapy principles and client needs. Readers will learn how to conduct a needs and asset assessment, develop strategies for writing a grant proposal that maximizes funding, learn where to find data, and tips on how to garner support from stakeholders. This essential text contains process worksheets at the end of each chapter to help readers process and apply the chapter concepts. These worksheets can be used by instructors as learning activities in courses related to community practice, program development and grant writing. Program Development and Grant Writing in Occupational Therapy: Making the Connection features learning objectives, key terms, process worksheets, case studies, review questions, grant samples and more!TABLE 8-4 SAMPLE GRANT ABSTRACTS (CONTINUED) Sample Abstract #2 community members, and faculty. throughout the occupational therapy curriculum . ... the role of students in meeting community needs, and provide tips and techniques for bridging community service to scholarship. ... A cover letter can go into more detail than an abstract can, but the cover letter does not replace the abstract.
|Title||:||Program Development and Grant Writing in Occupational Therapy: Making the Connection|
|Author||:||Joy D. Doll|
|Publisher||:||Jones & Bartlett Publishers - 2010-10-22|