Blossoming Therapy: An OT who last year was working with Chase Farm Hospital, as part of a team who set up a gardening group as a form of therapy on a stroke rehabilitation ward, from donations alone. Find out more in full magazine article.
A Cultural Understanding: The OT student of Canterbury Church University who spent two weeks of summer at Tzu-Chi Colleague of Technology in Taiwan on a Humanities, Transcultural and Service Learning Programme. Inside this feature the student shares what she has learnt from this experience and how it has been beneficial her OT studies.
Cold Home, Worse Health: Foundations Independent Living Trust (FILT) tell us about the vital work they have been doing in the form of their Warm Homes Scheme, to keep the homes of the elderly and vulnerable people heated throughout the winter months.
The Occupational Therapy Show 2015: After the success of the last two years the show will return this November 25th and 26th to the NEC Birmingham; bringing access to an over 300-strong trade exhibition as well as over 100 OT focused lectures, seminars and workshops. Find out what to expect at this years show inside.
Palliative Care – Working with Families: Read our moving feature which gives an insight into the incredible work palliative care specialists do with patients and the end of their lives and their families, and how to face any obstacles that they can be faced with.
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.
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