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Dispelling misconceptions about occupational therapy

For this week's social life blog, occupational therapy student Rosemary Leaver explains a bit about the role<p>• Occupational therapists produce care home activity toolkit<p>With dramatic changes underway, it's not an easy time to be an occupational therapy student.<p>There's a lot of uncertainty, …

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Occupational therapy: 'Why I swapped a job in IT for a career helping others'

'Seeing the joy on someone's face when you help them overcome a day-to-day task is priceless' • Seven social care careers you may not have considered • Tips on how to change careers to go into social care<p><i>Marvin Reid talks about life as an occupational therapist and why he decided to swap a job in</i> …

Occupational therapy: Seeing patients overcome obstacles is biggest reward

By Erinn Hutkin<p>Since she works with children, Cindy DeRuiter's says her days are always memorable. Her patients are sure to say or do something funny, unexpected, or heartwarming. An occupational therapist at Easter Seals Autism Therapeutic School’s Chicago site, DeRuiter, 26, works with children …

The new research climate surrounding occupational therapy

Many occupational therapists are now able to combine clinical practice with an academic career<p>Growing numbers of occupational therapists (OTs) are combining clinical practice with a research career as part of a national drive to build an evidence-based profession. Attracted to academia and …

'Punching above their weight’: the impact of occupational therapists

Occupational therapists can alleviate pressure on the NHS, but their profile needs to be raised<p>Although no single group of professionals holds the key to the future of the health and social care system, it is arguable that one has more influence than most. It is not doctors, not nurses, not even …

Offenders given another chance in life through occupational therapy

Many prisoners, from young offenders to older people, could benefit from occupational therapy<p>The prison population is ageing fast, due in part to longer sentences and increasing numbers of prosecutions for historic sexual offences. The over-60s are now the fastest growing age group in prisons – …

My experiences in India will make me a better occupational therapist in the UK

Volunteering overseas taught me to balance evidence-based practice with respect for other cultures<p>Two weeks after qualifying as an occupational therapist I boarded a plane to India, where I spent two months developing an occupational therapy service for a charity. It was my first time in India, and …

From basket weaving to job centres: the changing nature of occupational therapy

As a trainee occupational therapist, I have to be open to working in newer areas of practice as traditional posts are likely to be cut<p>It’s a strange time to train as an occupational therapist, a profession that historically has been unrecognised, overlooked or plain misunderstood. The job’s …