The September/October issue is out now of The OT Magazine. Read on to find out what’s inside our new issue and how to get your hands on a copy.

Because You’re Worth It: Kate Sheehan on the importance of knowing your service’s worth

Mirror Mirror: Amputee and Prosthetics OT Ann Marie Crawford discusses mirror therapy and other interventions

The Occupational Therapy Show: Get ready for The OT Show’s return

Bipolar Disorder: Gloria Hammett of Click For Therapy looks at OT and the mental health condition

Independent Living Show: Scotland prepares for its largest independent living show

Everyone Can Be Creative: Columnist Paul Aitken tackles creativity

The Silent Female Killer? Exploring why more than two thirds of Brits living with PTSD are women

The Bouncing Classroom: How replacing standard classroom chairs with bouncing balls has raised attainment and improved behaviour

Banishing Winter Blues: Shining a light on Light therapy

It’s a Dog’s Life For OT: Kirstie Hughes on the similarities between OT and assistance dog training

Posture and Mobility Group – 25 Years On: Reviewing the PMG Conference 2017

Getting To Grips: Edge Services’ Kate Lovett on effective learning styles in manual handling training

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.

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.

We have various subscription packages to offer for our OTs to get their hands on a copy. Find out more by visiting or calling 0141 465 2960.