3 edition of Pastimes for the patient. found in the catalog.
Pastimes for the patient.
|Statement||Illustrated by Reba Selden Esh and Richard E. Howard.|
|LC Classifications||TT155 .I3 1966|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||310|
|LC Control Number||66019969|
Depending on the severity of one’s symptoms, creative and relaxing pastimes can be a positive experience for both the patient and caregiver. These activities may include knitting, painting, drawing, or even woodwork. As these activities become more challenging, you can alter and adapt them based on the patient’s needs. On this page, you can see a sortable list of e-books and online resources freely available to currently-enrolled CSU Dominguez Hills students. To access a resource, click the link in the "Resource" column.
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Stimulating hobbies and games are described in detail and are well illustrated. Certain of the pastimes, such as photography, are rather ambitious undertakings for the patient.
The printing is somewhat small, but it is readable and the book can be recommended. First Page Preview View Large. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Ickis, Marguerite, Pastimes for the patient. New York, A.S. Barnes and Co.  (OCoLC) Genre/Form: Games: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Ickis, Marguerite, Pastimes for the patient.
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This new sixth edition of Pastimes reflects almost 40 years of scholarship as well as professional and personal practice in recreation, parks, and tourism. The text has become one of the most widely adopted titles in university courses worldwide. In this new 6th edition of the book, the phenomenon of leisure is presented through new research findings and contemporary societal dilemmas to.
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