Janneke van der Zee

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A substantial proportion of the patients treated by occupational therapists have a chronic disease. The aim of this study was to describe the outlines of occupational therapy treatment for three specific groups of chronic diseases: progressive neurological diseases, cerebrovascular accident and rheumatoid arthritis. A total of 143 therapists, working in 49(More)
The aim of this article was twofold: to describe the occurrence of treatment goals, health-care programmes and type of interventions chosen by occupational therapists; and to investigate relationships between treatment goals, health-care programmes and interventions. A survey on occupational therapy practice was carried out in The Netherlands. A(More)
An important aspect to the practice of speech therapy is the diagnostic assessment. This assessment is complementary to the medical diagnosis. The International Classification of Impairments, Disabilities and Handicaps (ICIDH) is regarded as a good starting point for the classification of speech therapy assessments. Based on the ICIDH, a form was developed(More)
Podoconiosis is a non-infectious tropical disease caused by exposure of bare feet to irritant alkalic clay soils. This causes an asymmetrical swelling of the feet and lower limbs due to lymphoedema. This swelling is called "elephantiasis" and may lead to severe disability of the patient. It is found in areas of tropical Africa, Central and South America and(More)
This study describes differences between medical and educational fields in logopedics practice in The Netherlands. This dichotomy of fields is also found in other Western European countries and may result from the historical development of the profession. The four settings where logopedists work the most (institutional care, private practice, community care(More)
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