Love love love this initiative! Totally screams occupational therapy too! While meals-on-wheels services mean well to make things simpler for the single elderly by having their daily meals delivered to them… they also have a flipside. By keeping them in their homes, there is an increased risk of social isolation and the loss of community roles […]

AN OPEN access to AJOT’s latest publication. In my opinion, it is an easy read yet a reminder as to the possible expansion of the role of occupational therapy in reducing acute hospital readmissions. Too many a time have I witnessed the phenomenon at my workplace. Patients getting readmitted because of recurrent falls, because of […]

HERE’S WISHING all fellow occupational therapists out there a Happy Occupational Therapists’ Day! We celebrate this special occasion on the 11th of January annually, to commemorate the founding of our national association. The Singapore Association of Occupational Therapists (SAOT) was established on 11th January 1975. Since then, SAOT has also become a member of the World Federation of […]

FINALLY finally finally! It has arrived! The upcoming event is what we’ve been working towards since we first started the degree programme in September! After 2 semesters of dwelling with great depth on occupational therapy theories, advanced practice and the whole immersion programme in Dublin – this is the product of the consolidation of our […]