The November/December issue is out now of The OT Magazine. Read on to find out what’s inside our biggest issue yet.
Networking – Learning from others: Kate Sheehan explains the advantages of socialising professionally.
Mental Health: The third instalment of our mental health series focuses on PTSD. We continue the mental health series with a look at postnatal depression. We are looking for OTs to get involved from different sectors, email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more!
Pillow Talk: Three industry giants talk about the importance of accessible bedrooms and sleeping solutions.
Bouncing Back: A closer look at the use of trampolines in ‘Rebound Therapy’.
Heart to Heart: OT Catherine Forster speaks about her role in paediatric heart transplants.
The Perfect Match: Discovering the marriage of rugby and OT.
Tippy Talk: Engineer Rob Laffan creates a solution in communication for the modern day non-verbal child.
Hot Topic: Each issue we want to hear from your views, email email@example.com . This issue we look at doll therapy.
The Evolution of Sleep: Looking at the patterns and progress of sleep.
Taking a Little Me Time: Jen Gash’s advice on looking after yourself.
The OT Show: What’s on at The OT Show 2016.
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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