This weeks #Otalk is on the topic of “What people say when they don’t know what to say” and will be hosted by Bill Wong (@BillWongOT).
This weeks #Otalk is on the topic of “Stroke and Executive Dysfunction” and will be hosted by Charlie Chung and members of the Stroke Forum committee, RCOT Neurological Specialist Section (@chungsongyau and @OTstrokeSSNP).
This weeks #OTalk is on the topic of “Occupational Palliative Rehabilitation” and will be hosted by Jennifer Woods of the HIV, Oncology and Palliative care RCOT Specialist Section (@Rcotsshopc).
This weeks #Otalk is on the topic of “What are the considerations for occupational therapists in practice with regards to paid work for individuals with a learning disability?” and will be hosted by Erin Rolfe (@Erinnnnn14).
This week Nat Jones @natlouj will be hosting the chat.
My research is focused on the experience of stroke survivors with managing eating difficulties (Jones 2016) however more broadly I am passionate about how Occupational Therapists can support children and adults to manage eating activities. I am interested in your views on the role of Occupational Therapy is in this area, what strategies are successful and which assistive devices help?
This weeks #OTalk is on the topic of “attitudes towards people with intellectual disabilities” and is being hosted by Allison Sullivan (@allisulliOTprof)
This weeks #Otalk is on the topic of Personality Disorder and will be hosted by Keir Harding (@Keirwales).