We promote the unique benefits of occupational therapy as a means of enabling children, young people, and their families

COTSS - CYPF LogoWe promote high standards of professional practice within children's occupational therapy and, together with our members, continue to develop an evidence base for the profession.

Transfer of 0 - 5 children's services in England summary

Submitted by cmiller on Wed, 04/03/2015 - 11:21

We advocate a holistic approach towards clients with mental health problems

Mental Health
COT Specialist Section - Mental Health has a well-established network of members who support each other’s professional development, and work cooperatively to shape and influence mental health and well-being national policy.

We promote best practice in occupational therapy within the specialty of trauma, orthopaedics, and rehabilitation of amputees.

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SS Guidelines 2014-15

Submitted by cmiller on Thu, 26/02/2015 - 08:02

Key areas of activity for BAOT/COT in Scotland

Reshaping and redesigning services across health and social care to:

COTSS CYPF AGM Meeting Minutes 2014

Submitted by cmiller on Mon, 23/02/2015 - 08:32

We actively support and promote best practice in occupational therapy for people with neurological conditions

COT Specialist Section - Neurological Practice aims to improve knowledge, assessment and treatment of neurological conditions by encouraging awareness of up-to-date approaches, exchange of ideas, CPD and research.

COTSS-NP North West Present a 2 Day Insight Workshop 24-25/04/2015

Submitted by cmiller on Thu, 19/02/2015 - 10:25

We promote best practice in occupational therapy for people with rheumatic diseases.

SS Rheumatology
The College of Occupational Therapists Specialist Section - Rheumatology provides a forum for occupational therapy staff that have an interest in services for people with arthritis, musculoskeletal conditions and chronic pain.