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WFOT May 27
As you travel safely, arrive home to loved ones & return to work let’s keep reflecting, sharing & connecting via the congress hashtag
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OTASA May 27
“Connected in diversity”...and social media...
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Emma M. Smith, MScOT, ATP/SMS 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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R. 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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WFOT May 25
Thank you to everyone who has tweeted during you’ve all been amazing. Fantastic that those of you who weren’t able to be with us in person made such an effort to engage. We hope you all enjoyed the connection. Let’s keep the momentum going
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Student Platform OT May 25
Final tip of the day comes from key note speaker Elelwani Ramugondo and is on the role of leadership. Thank you for ALL your words this week.
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OTASA May 26
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OTASA May 25
It’s in your hands now! Who’s ready for this?! See you in France in 2022! Allons-y! Êtes-vous prêts?
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OTASA May 25
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OTASA May 25
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OTASA May 25
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OTASA May 25
“If we understand the importance of decolonizing our minds, we need to begin from a position of cultural humility” - Dr Karen Whalley Hammell
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OTASA May 25
“Opportunities for occupational choice are unequally distributed” - Dr Karen Whalley Hammell
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OTASA May 24
“If you look at the boardroom, and [compare that with] the playground, you’ll find very little differences. The stakes have just become higher...” - Prof. Ramugondo
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OTASA May 22
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OTASA May 22
“Decoloniality of doing - shifts decolonisation from just discourse, to also reflexivity within every day doing” - Prof Ramugondo.
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OTASA May 22
“Development became a combination of natural promise and cultural disarray”
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OTASA May 22
“Development became a combination of natural promise and cultural disarray”
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OTASA May 22
“The world is a crime scene - a product of slavery and theft”. Prof Ramugondo’s Keynote address at the World Congress of Occupational Therapy in Cape Town, South Africa
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Miranda May 22
Looking forward to the next few days at the first ever congress in South Africa! Wonderful openi g ceremony with all the nations recognised! Just wonderful!
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