From Basket-weaving to Job Centres
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 evolving nature plays a big part in this. Whereas occupational therapy (OT) was once seen as a useful way to occupy soldiers disabled in war, or inmates of lunatic asylums with basket weaving, it is now being taken seriously for its ability to support people to achieve what they really want in life.
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Making a cup of tea - an occupational therapy perspective
Can you make a cup of tea? Can you imagine not being able to? Can you consider any reasons as to why it might be difficult to make a cup of tea?
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