Category: Occupational therapists

Occupational therapy week comes to Airedale

Posted on 11/02/18 by AireAdmin No Comments

A team of occupational therapists (OTs) from Airedale Hospital are raising the profile of their profession which supports people to ‘live life their way’ despite any health or care needs they may be living with, as part of this year’s Occupational Therapy Week, organised by the Royal College of Occupational Therapists (RCOT). Taking place from […]

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Celebrating allied health professionals at Airedale

Posted on 10/17/18 by AireAdmin No Comments

Allied health professionals (AHPs) at Airedale held a celebration event on Monday 15 October on the first national AHP day, with tea and cake and the launch of their new strategy. National AHP day is an opportunity to understand, recognise and celebrate the fundamental role AHPs have in transforming health, care and wellbeing for patients […]

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11th March 2016 – Time for a cuppa? – music to my ears

Posted on 03/11/16 by AireAdmin No Comments

  Staff and patients raised almost £200 with their musical Time for a Cuppa event at Airedale Hospital to support Dementia UK. It was hosted by the occupational therapy and physiotherapy teams and their aim was also to make visitors aware of the benefits of music therapy. The event was themed around the 1940’s era, […]

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26th October 2012 – Occupational therapists hold key to smoother recovery

Posted on 10/26/12 by AireAdmin

Occupational therapists at Airedale Hospital are opening up their ‘independent living flat’ to visitors which is designed to make sure patients can cope when they return home. The flat is used primarily to assess patients to make sure they can cope with daily tasks before they are discharged home from hospital. Patients can spend some […]

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