Have your say on the future of occupational therapy

The Royal College of Occupational Therapists wants to hear from more people with experience of accessing occupational therapy services and their families and carers. The final survey closes on 20 May!
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What matters to you?

The Royal College of Occupational Therapists is setting its future research priorities which will, among other things, inform improvements to occupational therapy services. They have had a survey open where people can raise important issues in occupational therapy.

The final survey closes in less than two weeks at 5pm on Wednesday 20th May. Before the survey closes, they want more responses from more people with experience of accessing occupational therapy services, and their families and carers - because their views are crucial alongside the voice of occupational therapists. Have your say by clicking here.

Occupational therapy is crucial in times of COVID-19. In the months ahead occupational therapists will play a key role in people’s health and well-being, more than ever before.

For more information, supporting resources and to learn how the project is adapting in the context of COVID-19 visit www.rcot.co.uk/otpsp

Have your say

Survey deadline: 5pm, Wednesday 20th May.

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