Occupational Therapy Week
Occupational Therapy Week (6 – 12 November) is a national awareness raising campaign dedicated to celebrating the life-changing power of occupational therapy.
Occupational therapy supports people whose physical or mental health, environment or social circumstances make it difficult to take part in the activities that matter to them. An occupational therapist will work with you or the person that you care for to identify strengths and difficulties faced in everyday life.
If you or the person that you care for is having difficulty with your daily activities or routines such as:
- Getting in and out of bed or chair
- Getting on and off the toilet
- Dressing yourself
- Feeding yourself or making meals
- Managing the stairs
You might benefit from support from attending a drop-in face-to-face clinic. The clinics run daily from 9:30 am-2.00 pm. No referral or booking is needed, just turn up!
To find your local drop-in clinic near you click here.