COVID-19 is causing widespread disruption to occupational participation for people across the world. While developing recommendations for supporting occupational therapists and consumers as part of my organisation’s local response I realised there is a great need for similar information in the wider community. Drawing from core occupational therapy concepts and my learnings from the WFOT Disaster Management for Occupational Therapists course I have compiled this resource to support people in managing the disruption to daily life caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Read more & download HERE.
OT Week theme this year is: Resilience: Supporting our communities to rebuild, recover, and reengage. This year the event not only shines a spotlight on the value of Occupational Therapy in our communities, but also serves as a call to arms to support those hardest hit.
OT Australia will be hosting an interactive online event on 27 October. The event will feature a selection of thought leaders to discuss and promote resilience in our communities. The panel will be broadcast throughout the day, followed by breakout networking sessions where attendees can connect and discuss the concepts explored amongst each other and with prominent Occupational Therapists.
Read more HERE.
Presented by Sue Sloan
A short webinar for OTs who are considering private practice. At the end of this webinar participants will:
→ Understand some key considerations in establishing a private practice to assist in deciding their suitability.
→ Have a knowledge of resources to guide the writing of a business plan
→ Be aware of some key, initial steps in establishing a private practice
Read more & access HERE.
Presented by Sarah Solomon
NDIS for people with MND will provide attendees with the knowledge and skills to assess and prepare reporting for NDIS participants living with MND. People with MND often don’t have the time or knowledge to navigate the system so strategic navigation of the system is necessary from planning to implementation.
Delivering services to NDIS participants can be at times overwhelming and confusing and therapists have reported that this is increased when working with people with MND.
The 2020 OT Mental Health Forum will be held on Monday 16 November 2020.
This forum has a long and successful history, starting as a grass-roots NSW initiative and expanding to the large National event it has now become.
We look forward to welcoming you to Melbourne for Australia’s only occupational therapy mental health forum.
READ MORE and register here.