We are a dedicated Specialist Section of occupational therapy staff that is passionate about older peoples’ independence, well-being and choice.

We provide professional and clinical information on all aspects of occupational therapy practice related to older people. We have a responsibility to keep abreast of relevant professional, practice, policy and legislative developments and issues. Our members include occupational therapy staff from both physical and mental health services for older people.
 

Fit for Purpose, Fit for Life - 21st Annual Conference and AGM

6th & 7th November 2014
Mercure, Redcliffe Parade E, Bristol, BS1 6SQ

 

List of Previous Casson Lecturers

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2014 Advancing Healthcare awards - Recognising the achievements of AHPs

Northern Ireland Newsletter Issue 92 11-09-2014

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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.

Become a member and enhance your own skills and knowledge and share expertise.

Join Trauma & Orthopeadics

Membership gives you the opportunity to network with occupational therapists from across the country who share your special interests and common challenges.

Get support from our committee and regional representatives.

SSTO Membership renewal form 2014-15

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Membership Application Form 2014-15

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Benefits of joining include access to an active national and international network and learning resources

Join COT SS Mental Health

Membership gives you access to an active national and international network of occupational therapists working on behalf of, and in partnership with, COT Specialist Section - Mental Health.