COT SS - Children, Young People and Families
We promote the unique benefits of occupational therapy as a means of enabling children, young people, and their families
We promote high standards of professional practice within children's occupational therapy and, together with our members, continue to develop an evidence base for the profession. Our Specialist Section represents OTs working with children, young people and their families in a wide range of settings including:
- Acute hospitals
- Child and Adolescent Mental Heath Services (CAMHS)
- Children's centres
- Community services
- Education / schools
- Independent practice
- Learning disability services
- Local authority health and social care
- Wheelchair services
- The voluntary sector
- Frequently asked questions for education September 2014
- Frequently asked questions for tribunals August 2014
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This College of Occupational Therapists has developed two 'Frequently Asked Questions' documents to assist occupational therapists in defining and presenting occupational therapy involvement for children and young people who have education, health and care needs including contributing to joint plans and tribunals.