presented by Venita Lovelace-Chandler
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Venita Lovelace-Chandler, PT, PHD, PCS
Dr. Lovelace-Chandler has been an educator in pediatric topics for over 30 years to professional and post-professional physical therapy students. She has over 40 years of experience in pediatrics, has recertified as a specialist two times, and still carries a small caseload. She taught numerous Advanced Clinical Practice courses in pediatrics for the APTA, has…Read full bio
1. The Components of History Taking
History taking is important for determining why the family is seeking services. This chapter will discuss gathering information from the past and present and effectively using available sources.
2. Trusting Family Information
Evidence shows that families provide reliable information regarding their child. This chapter describes supporting the family’s ability to contribute information and best practices for gathering that information.
3. Interviewing the Family
This chapter provides an example of taking a history from a family with a young child.