This text offers a braod yet detailed discussion of occupational therapy practice that is devoted to older adults. A wide variety of topics are covered, such as historical perspectives, theoretical insights, the aging process and contemporary interventional strategies. Case studies are presented that provide theoretical considerations and treatment methods. New venues for occupational therapy programming are discussed, as well as information on descriptions of clinical and community settings. Fundamentals of documentation and contemporary reimbursement issues are explained. It is suitable for student or clinician.