COT SS - Neurological Practice
We actively support and promote best practice in occupational therapy for people with neurological conditions
COT Specialist Section - Neurological Practice aims to improve knowledge, assessment and treatment of neurological conditions by encouraging awareness of up-to-date approaches, exchange of ideas, CPD and research.
We provide expert knowledge and advice in influencing policy development and patient care. We assist in the development of national guidelines working in partnership with COT. With over 900 members we are able to run a two day subsidized conference each year and frequent local study events.
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Annual COT SSNP Conference
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A diagnosis of MS is a life-changing experience that brings uncertainty and questions with it. Work is one of the areas that can be difficult to navigate.
The All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for MS has produced a review which sets out a number of recommendations to help support people with MS at work and the professionals who guide them through the challenges.
Edited by Jenny Preston and Judi Edmans
9781118936115 - 232 pages - £35.99
Jenny Preston and Judi Edmans are pleased to announce that the Occupational Therapy and Neurological Conditions book was published on 29th April 2016.
This book is the next in the series following the very successful Occupational Therapy and Stroke books.