Posted in September 2013

“Dear Occupational Therapists” – Responses to #OTalk “When Occupational Therapy Goes Wrong”

Last week, @pd2ot hosted an #OTalk entitled “When Occupational Therapy Goes Wrong” (the transcript of the chat can be found at this link). Following this chat, we invited people to continue the conversation, unrestricted by Twitter’s 140 character limit: Would anyone like to write a #DearMentalHealthProfessionals-esque blog post (e.g. http://t.co/QSjxxLLms0), following last night’s #OTalk? — … Continue reading

Transcript: #OTalk “When Occupational Therapy Goes Wrong” (17 September 2013)

This week’s #OTalk, hosted by @pd2ot, provided a space to reflect on and learn from experiences of occupational therapy “going wrong”. I (@clissa89) found this conversation valuable and thought-provoking. Below are a selection of tweets from the chat. The full transcript can be read here: (link/PDF). Resources: http://pd2ot.wordpress.com/2013/09/11/when-occupational-therapy-goes-wrong/ http://pd2ot.wordpress.com/2012/05/21/ot-is-for-thick-people/ http://shamelessotgeek.wordpress.com/2013/09/17/when-occupational-therapy-goes-right/ http://shamelessotgeek.wordpress.com/2013/08/11/dearmentalhealthprofessionals/   @pd2ot There is … Continue reading

#OTalk 10th September 2013 – Focus on the ICF Model

Simon Hannaford  –  @TherapistOT has agreed to host this Tuesday’s #OTalk exploring the ICF Model. He shares his reflection below – do come and share your reflections too. I’ve added a couple of questions that Simon’s reflection prompted me to ask underneath and here is a link to online information on the ICF (including training … Continue reading