Conference Programme 2022

Conference Programme 2022

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    The Government has published new guidance forlocal authorities onDisabled Facilities Grantsandhow to support people needing home adaptations.It’s designed to be a handbook for more joined upworkingto ...
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    The dark side of occupation is a concept that identifies how OTs have been traditionally concerned with activities that bring obvious health benefits. The difficulty is that no one is ever detained in ...
  4. Occupational relevance: The importance of harnessing technology for use as a therapeutic medium
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    As our profession grows rapidly across the world,itis imperativethatwecontinue to exploreinnovativewaysto engage clientsconsideringtheir specificinterestsand occupations. Application oftechnology-base ...
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    This presentation will showcase innovative home modification policy, service delivery, research, and practice in Australia and in other nations.It will also describe the latest research about the pers ...
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  2. Influencing accessible, adaptable and inclusive housing – the Specialist Housing Occupational Therapist role in an Estate Regeneration Team.
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    Jacquel will provide an overview of her current specialist housing occupational therapist role working with an Estate Regeneration team and a Joint Venture with a large developer. She hopes to demonst ...
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    The experience of ill health, injury or disability can affect all aspects of an individual’s life including their capacity to sustain the demands of work.  Increasingly employers, through their occupa ...
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    Fatigue is a common symptom of Long Covid and post viral syndrome (PVS) more generally. Learn some basic science behind sleep, why it is so important in recovery and rehabilitation - and how to help c ...
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    Individuals with eating disorders often experience maladaptive food behaviours and distorted cognitions around eating, which persist after weight restoration. Research shows that meaning of food engag ...
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Theatre 2
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    Working within a prison setting can be challenging in many ways. Add in a global pandemic and occupational therapy provision can appear impossible. Clinical Lead Occupational Therapist, Charlotte Fren ...
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  5. Born June 2020 – What is BAMEOTUK upto now?
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    Members of BAMEOTUK will update the audience on what the network has been up to since its inception. They will discuss the challenges and the successes, and how the network activities are impacting th ...
  6. The Challenges and Opportunities of developing the first MSc pre-registration occupational therapy  degree apprenticeship.
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    This presentation will focus on the development of the first MSc apprenticeship in occupational therapy which was approved in 2021 to run at Coventry University. It will consider the changing face of ...
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    Currently within the UK, individuals are finding themselves increasingly unable to meet their health and wellbeing needs due to the current cost and price of necessities and everyday items without see ...
Theatre 3
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    The role of an occupational therapist is becoming more recognised in workplaces. The presentation will explore that role using the Person Environment Occupation (Law et al, 1996) model as a framework. ...
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    This presentation will offer an overview of social determinants of health and will provide attendees with the opportunity to consider how social determinants relate to and impact on their own working ...
  3. Through Pride Comes Progress - The Path Towards Inclusion of The LGBTQIA+ Community Within Occupational Therapy.
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    Postural care aims to preserve or even restore body shape for individuals with movement difficulties and complex presentations, of which specialist seating is a key element. Specialist seating is a pr ...
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Keynote Theatre

 

 

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    A discussion around the new strategy and how this will help us address the diversity gap within the profession. Can the new strategy deliver on it’s aspirations? How do we address the current challeng ...
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    This presentation will demonstrate how the core philosophy of occupational therapy and the unique skills of occupational therapists are intrinsic to the success of the emerging new landscape across he ...
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Theatre 1

 

 

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  2. Using the new DFG assessment framework – is it necessary and appropriate?
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    This is a ‘must attend’ session for all occupational therapists involved in the Disabled Facilities Grant (DFG). At the presentation you will be introduced to the new Assessment Framework from the DFG ...
  3. Messy Chef: A look at Fussy Eating and Autism
    Theatre 1
    A Pilot Programme to reduce anxiety, improve engagement, and increase experimentation by Autistic learners, with new foods. During her time working at Oakfield (April 2019 – present), Shelly noticed a ...
Theatre 2
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    The demand for Sensory Integration therapy in the UK is reaching unprecedented levels, with private practices barely able to keep up with demand.  Why is there such a need for services, especially sin ...
  2. Maximising Proportionate Care
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    Social Care is in crisis across the UK, however there is a solution to this problem.  To ensure efficient and effective delivery of Home Care, it is essential to maximise resources and ensure proporti ...
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    Communicating with patients about long term conditions where self-management is key (such as those causing chronic pain or fatigue) is challenging. Professionals often leave an appointment feeling fru ...
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    Human Trafficking and modern-day slavery are complex, harmful and largely hidden crimes, with human trafficking being the second fasted growing enterprise in the world.   Human trafficking is a violat ...
  5. Developing Occupational Therapy practice within Community Adult Eating Disorder Services
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    An opportunity to explore the introduction of an Advanced Practitioner OT post within a community eating disorder service and the development and implementation of this clinical intervention. The pres ...
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Theatre 3
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    This presentation will explore the speakers experience of setting up a brand new Wellbeing role within their local police force as an Occupational Therapist. Why is an OT most suitable for this role? ...
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    The presentation will aim to cover a variety of areas under the main topic of occupational therapy in autism and learning disability services. This will include the following;   •            An introd ...
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    The presentation will explore the WHEEL OF INDEPENDENCE™ Framework and it’s eight life skills areas including meal preparation; food shopping; time management; self-care; leisure; house keeping; laund ...

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