Technology – Are We Looking in the Right Place? Kate Sheehan asks how well OTs are keeping up with advances in technology
Professional Identity: Steve MacDonald discusses the complex needs which OTs fulfil in the health services
Powering Through for The Prince’s Trust: Katie Peers shares her experiences of her charity cycle challenge
Remembering the beautiful game: How Leyton Orient FC are reconnecting fans with the game
Creating a Dementia-Friendly Bathroom: Tips for designing a bathroom ideal for people living with dementia
Hitting the Right Notes: Daniel Thomas explains how music can help patients with dementia
Everyone is on Drugs: Paul Aitken challenges our view on drugs, both legal and illegal
100 Years of Occupational Therapy: We look back and celebrate 100 years of occupational therapy
Facilitating Families: Working with children in the care system
Give Me a Sign: Highlighting the importance of communicating with deaf clients
Take a Seat: Kate Sheehan asks what should be considered when buying a seat for clients
A Roll of the Dice: The issue of compulsive gambling is as real as it is hidden
A Journey of Self-Discovery: Student advice on self -awareness from Dawn Blenkin
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