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Communication & Making Connections in Dementia #OTDementia

Elaine Hunter blogs about so many special occasions which take place during October, some personal and some professional in her role as the AHP consultant in Alzheimer. One of the biggest events coming up this month is co-hosting a workshop

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Blogging, babies and Dambusters

Hello lovely bloggers, yes Kate Bentham again, curating week 21 blogs. You’ve been busy this week with some great blogs; I’ve enjoyed reading every one of them. You really are a talented bunch. Give yourselves a pat on and back,

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Posted in #WeeklyBlogClub summary, blogging, communicating, communities, conferences, culture, democracy, fashion, health, health services, leadership, local government, management, media, patient care, public relations, setting goals, storytelling, television, therapy, working practices

A place to talk leadership #OTalk

Wow, Elaine Hunter has been asked to deliver the prestigious College of Occupational Therapy Dr Elizabeth Casson Memorial Lecture at this years conference which is taking place on the 19th June. In this blog Elaine shares how she is preparing

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Reflections from Sydney

Norma Clark has travelled from Fife to the other side of the world to find out how the work she does is done in New South Wales. She starts off in Sydney to get “an overview of the national and

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Posted in health services, learning, mental health, national government, therapy, working practices

Once Upon a Time . . .

Norma Clark has blogged about her Winston Churchill Travel Scholarship, where she will look at the connection between occupational therapy, education and recovery for people with enduring mental health in Australia and the United States. It’s well worth keeping up

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