The Art of Communication: Kate Sheehan urges OTs to know that they are talking to the right people about their client’s housing.
Mental Health: The latest instalment focuses on eating disorders. We are looking for OTs to get involved from different sectors, email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more!
A Day in The Life of . . . : Each issue we speak to a different OT about their job.
Janet’s Outstanding Innovation: We learn more about Janet Taylor, who won The OT Show Award for ‘Outstanding OT Innovation.’
Nature in Mind: OT Naomi Martin speak about her work at ‘Nature in Mind’ an organisation that gets people out into the garden.
OT Fits the Bill: We find out how OT is finding a place within the West Midlands Police.
Helping Displaced People: How can OT help with the increasing refugee crisis.
Helping Develop with Play: Two OTs invested in ‘Developmental Play’.
Farm Life: Jamie’s Farm in Wiltshire aim to help children from inner-city London.
Culinary Cooking: OTs are cooking up a storm, and inspiring our wonderfully colourful cooking themed cover.
Let’s Talk Gardens: Social Enterprise, Creating Conversations, have created a kit to aid people with dementia.
The OT Magazine each issue brings you the latest selection of products from daily living aids to major mobility products for both adults and children to help people live more independently. Find out more about these amazing products and how to get them in our Product Focus Sections throughout the magazine.
In every issue we also look at the latest employment and training opportunities available in our Recruitment and Training section.
The OT Magazine is the only publication in the UK that exists to bring occupational therapists all the latest products, in-depth features, the latest research and up to date information on events and exhibitions that are relevant to them.
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