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Janet Craik May 24
see you in Paris 2022!!
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Dr. Kitchens May 25
My taxi driver asked if I was in Cape Town for the occupational therapy conference. He said that all of the OTs he's driven around the city during have been the nicest he's met. He said, "this is one of the nicest conferences"
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Tracey Rehling 29 Nov 17
Prog out ! Really looking forward to sharing findings from my doctoral research - An occupational therapy perspective on cognitive stimulation therapy: targeting occupational performance outcomes for people with dementia. Fri 25th May SE-82: Ageing and Health
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Petra schwab May 25
Thank you for this fabulous Congress
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Miia Rahja May 24
"Together we are better" Justin Scanlan talking about the ANZOTMHA network. What a great initiative for OTs working in mental health in Australia and New Zealand
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Shinead Borkovic May 24
I feel privileged to be around such amazing international movements. I promise to do my part in adding to OT curricula to ensure we produce globally competent, ethical & responsible global citizens & occupational therapists to take our profession forward into the future.
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Yvonne Randall, EdD, MHA, OTR/L, FAOTA May 22
Two poster presentations today at the World Federation of Occupational Therapy Congress. Such a treat being with practitioners from every continent!
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Miia Rahja May 25
"Task oriented exercise can increase performance in ADLs" Chiung-Ju Liu getting the audience up and exercising. I was ready for a quick "gross motor break" 🏃
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Charlotte Walker May 25
session on recovery from substance abuse among Zimbabwean men. "my addiction was my occupation." taking an occupational perspective of addiction makes so much sense. Why do so few services include 's?!
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Nyasha Beremauro May 25
Presenting at on Africa day like... !
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Sarah Wilson May 30
So pleased this was our last refreshment stop before leaving Cape Town for a non profit cafe training people with learning disabilities leading on to further employment, fabulous vibe to this place
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Matthew Molineux May 31
Thanks - the social media coverage of and the availability of recordings is fantastic. Let's make this the standard for ALL OT conferences Great for people who couldn't be there
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emelsewhere May 25
“People around the world wake up in the morning and look at the weather. We wake in the morning and look at how many people were killed, how many houses destroyed, and how many people displaced.” - Hashem Salman Abu Tariah representative from the Arabic Region
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Jennifer Creek May 28
Dinner with Theresa Lorenzo last night; the aftermath of continues to challenge my thinking. How do we teach occupational therapists to theorise what they are doing?
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JOS May 27
How was @thefwot ? Less than one month to submit your paper for special edition Occupational Science across the World: Featuring Papers from Congress Deadline June 22
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Dr. Carol McKinstry May 25
75 Aussie OTs attended WFOT in Cape Town. Great effort
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Dr Pat Chung May 12
Looking forward to the opportunity to present my research paper on ‘the perspectives of people living with dementia on Enablement Services at home’ at . Really grateful to have received a grant from the Elizabeth Casson Trust to attend
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Bethan Collins May 24
Irish-ish meet at earlier this week.
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OT-EuroMaster May 23
Amazing celebration and networking event of 50 people associated with the OT EuroMaster: past and current staff, students, alumni, supporters and enquirers Great catering by Knead Bakery Cape Town!
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Dr Karina Dancza May 25
Thought provoking keynote by Karen Whalley Hammell at . Challenging our notions of the value of independence, self care, productivity and leisure. Also individual choice in occupations. Fascinating conversations for the profession.
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