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The Do’s and Don’ts in Home Care

Apart from quality service, ethics is also very important. Sending caregivers and health professionals to client’s home entails that they are promising to do good service and also to handle their patients properly. 392 more words

Home Health Care

Occupational Therapist Recommended iPad Apps

By: Laura Bueche, MOT OTR/L

No one can deny the powers of the iPad. The back lit animations, sound effects and interactive games make apps a great tool for kids to learn. 595 more words


Week 1 of School

Hi guys!  Isaiah had a great 1st week of school last week. I got lots of great reports back about everyday. His teacher said that he loves school and he is a “senior” in the classroom. 1,039 more words

#OTalk - 23rd August 2016 - The impact of dysfunctional sleeping patterns on inpatient mental health facilities

This week’s #OTalk will be hosted by Erin (@erinnnnn14). Join us tonight on Twitter using the #OTalk hashtag at 8pm GMT+1 (click the link to convert to your local time – opens in new window). 322 more words


Layann Al-Saud - Painting Landscapes with Watercolor

Many experienced watercolor painters, like Layann Al-Saud, gravitate toward particular themes in their work. Al-Saud and many other painters in this style are often attracted to painting vast landscapes. 238 more words


September meeting for London OTs in Oncology and Palliative Care

LOTO (London Occupational Therapists in Oncology) is an informal network of palliative care and oncology occupational therapists.

Their next meeting will be on Thursday 8th September 14.30 – 16.30 at the Royal Marsden School on the topic of fatigue. 57 more words

This is music to the ears

Barbara Martin hasn’t played the piano for over 50 years.

Arthritis had crippled her fingers and tinkling the ivories seemed only a distant dream. That was until she received support from a student occupational therapist. 314 more words