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OT and social worker updating

First of all let me tell you all about the contact I had with Mark, our OT. He called me on Tuesday when I was in patient. 475 more words

Three tips to creating an enabling home environment

As an allied health professional consultant and an occupational therapist, part of my role is to help people to keep doing the things they need and want to do in daily life.  814 more words

How to Use Occupational therapy to Recover From Surgery

Life is not a bed of roses. There are many difficult and trying situations which we need to handle during the journey of our life. But there few people who help us to recover from those situations and lead a normal life again. 501 more words

Occupational Therapist

Day 941. The End. (Well, a bit further than the end)

So the actual end was technically 22nd August 2014 – exactly 3 months after my glove came off my hand. That’s right kids, I’ve been gloveless for over 3 months! 383 more words

How do we play? Tackling organizing and clean-up

It took me some time to realize that, for children with SPD, the simple act of play can be something that just isn’t fun. Let’s think about that for a second. 468 more words

Sensory Processing Disorder

Professional Care and Support

Professional Care and Support – the first year

I watched the weekly change as MND took its toll on my mother’s life. In view of this, I was very keen to get care and support in place. 1,451 more words

Blue Badge

No Job; No Luck.

I am still unable to gain employment and I think I have applied for more than 10 jobs in total. I am starting to get really upset and worried thinking that I may never find a job, yet people are getting handed jobs that they don’t even want. 253 more words

Graduate