The September/October 2018 issue of The OT Magazine out now. Read on to find out what we look at this issue and how to get your hands on a copy.
A helping hand from assistive technology with CETEC Director, Firas Sarhan as he talks us through the application of assistive technology in your OT career
A Day in the Life of Jennifer Evans, giving The OT Magazine an insight into a day in her work post in a 16 bedded male acute mental health ward.
Come dine with Obi, find out about the award-winning feeding device aiding independence and dignity.
OT in the rare diseases, we speak Jo Southall about being an OT treating rare diseases.
The final straw, we explore the straw ban and making sure your clients don’t draw the short straw.
Could OT benefit from medical cannabis? Exploring the role of OT with the new legislation.
Meet Claire Williams, an occupational therapist who works in both A&E and within the Ambulance Service on a Falls and Frailty Response Service.
Adam Ferry writes about the importance of working with manufacturers ahead of this years Occupational Therapy Show. We look ahead to World OT day and review The PMG Conference 2018.
Find out how laser tag could be an ideal intervention for your younger clients, encouraging Scroll Free September, and how wearable technology like Google Glass can greatly improve autistic children’s critical understanding of facial expressions and emotions. We also find out about Gympanzees, the new initiative that will get disabled kids active.
Our new resident CPD expert, Yvonne Thomas, advises you to get back to the books.
CPD and independent practice, how to keep on top of your CPD while keeping on top of everything else.
And much more!
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