THE OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY SHOW PRESS RELEASES

THE OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY SHOW PRESS RELEASES

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  • We'll be running the UK's first Virtual Care Festival in partnership with our colleagues at the Care Show on the 25th - 26th of November 2020.  The festival will be a great opportunity to gain CPD thr ...
  • Rebecca Griffith started her final year in her BSc (Hons) in Occupational Therapy. There were many challenges that were going to be faced going into her final year but didn't expect a pandemic to sudd ...
  • Sorcha began her career after graduation from UEA. She took a job in forensics, with her main focus being on working with patients who had become mentally unwell. Sorcha found herself having to adapt ...
  • We did a Q&A with Georgie who has just recently started a new position after graduating this year. She details the challenges faced during the virus and securing her job as an OT.  After Georgie gradu ...
  • OT Show Postponement

    19 Aug 2020
    COVID-19 has brought enormous pressures and uncertainty to our personal and professional lives. As we begin to adapt to this new normal, The OT Show team and I have felt privileged to be a part of an ...
  • The Virtual Care Festival

    19 Aug 2020 The OT Show
    We'll be running the UK's first Virtual Care Festival in partnership with our colleagues at the Care Show on the 25th - 26th of November 2020.  The festival will be a great opportunity to gain CPD thr ...
  • While we try to achieve a "new normal," many local authorities and hospitals are still taking on challenges to support the most vulnerable. In a conversation with Essex County Council, it's clear to s ...
  • Jenny has had a very successful career as an OT, and after a family relocation to Lincolnshire has taken up the role of AHP Lead at St Barnabas Hospice. We engaged in a Q&A, to discuss with Jenny how ...
  • Following a successful webinar with Deborah on the 7th of July, we have a whole series of webinars planned with her over July and August. 
  • OT in the Community - Emma Broadbent

    09 Jul 2020 Joseph Church
    Emma Broadbent works for a Reablement Service in Nottinghamshire. Her working life changed dramatically since the pandemic. Pre-COVID, Emma's role involved cooperating with hospitals on discharging pa ...
  • Lockdown in Leicester

    09 Jul 2020 Joseph Church
    Just as restrictions started to lift across the country, Leicester found itself in the first local lockdown to come into place, as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic. Being an OT and Company Directo ...
  • Looking After Yourself

    09 Jul 2020 Kate Sheehan
    We are all aware of the importance of looking after ourselves, eat the correct things, drink lots of water, exercise and make sure you have a work-life balance, but do we look after ourselves professi ...
  • The OT Learning Zone

    11 Jun 2020
    We've put together a collection of lectures, seminars, and talks from pat shows. During these strange times, it's now more important than ever that you get the learning that you deserve. 
  • The OT Show at Home

    11 Jun 2020
    We've just launched our new LIVE webinar platform - The OT Show at Home. You can register now for our first one taking place on Tuesday, 16th June 2020 - 11:00 am BST.
  • Sophia Dickinson, Occupational Therapist and founder of Home Independence Occupational Therapy Ltd, has a wealth of experience under her belt  - but nothing could have prepared her for the chaos that ...
  • Team Lead Occupational Therapist Jordan Farquhar, is a front line worker at King's College Hospital. Jordan highlights the challenges of having to delegate a team during the pandemic and ensuring pati ...
  • Taking Back Control

    07 May 2020 Karl Welborn
    Just a couple of months ago we were living a very different life, a life that we can often take for granted. The freedom to do what we like, when we like and with whom we like. Then the nation was gri ...
  • Over the last few weeks our lives have been disrupted in ways that we could never have imagined even 4 months ago. As occupational therapists many of us have continued working but have experienced rol ...
  • NPP Occupational Therapy: We are open

    07 May 2020 The Occupational Therapy Show
    The prime minster, Boris Johnson announced during the daily briefing that the UK has surpassed the ever anticipated ‘peak’ of the Coronavirus cases. Although this marks a significant milestone in the ...
  • Remap is a national charity that helps disabled people of all ages to live more independent lives by designing and making customised equipment free of charge.
  • Occupational Therapists are still working in difficult conditions to meet the needs of their patients, Rise & Recline have looked at how we can support them during the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Inspired by Occupational Therapy New Zealand, we’ve created an activity toolkit for OTs and their clients who may be struggling in the lockdown
  • There was a time when the idea of having a lift in your home was reserved for the very wealthy, requiring the construction of a dedicated lift shaft and lots of space for the lift. The benefits of suc ...
  • Driving Mobility, the charity that accredits a network of specialist driving assessment centres, showcased its services at the OT Show 2019 through CPD approved education and advice.

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