The January/February is out now of The OT Magazine. Read on to find out what’s inside our exciting first issue of 2017.
OTs who influence: Kate Sheehan acknowledges and thanks OTs who have inspired her.
Flour Power: Discovering a recipe for good mental health as we look at pros and cons of baking therapy.
Mental Health: The latest instalment focuses on anxiety. We are looking for OTs to get involved from different sectors, email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more!
Mindfulness: Learning how to mindfully enhance your occupational performance.
The Occupational Therapy Show: Reflecting on another successful OT Show.
Do you know about Raynaud’s?: Discover more about this condition and a test to identify symptoms as part of Scleroderma and Raynaud’s UK’s awareness month.
Stub it out? OT Dina Vara explains the importance of practising what you preach as she quits smoking.
Sensory Smart Child: We look at one OT who took sensory matters into her own hands.
States to Stornoway: Paediatric OT Lana Rose Buchheim explains the differences between city life and island life.
Thinking of becoming independent? We compile a pros and cons list to help you decide.
Pet and Patient: The benefits of cats in pet therapy.
Forensic OT: OT’s role in offenders with learning disabilities.
Sewing in Sri Lanka: OT Darren O’hare shares his experience of working with Sri Lankan volunteers.
And so many more amazing features . . .
Our Independent living section is filled with amazing innovations to help people live more independently. Bringing the latest selection of products from daily living aids to major mobility products for both adults and children. Find out more about these amazing products and how to get them in our Product Focus Sections inside.
In every issue we also look at the latest employment and training opportunities available in our Recruitment and Training section.
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