Occupational therapists (OTs) work with people of all ages who have a disability or severe injury.
About occupational therapists
They provide information on managing daily living activities and carry out assessments for equipment and housing adaptations.
They are employed by the NHS or social services – and some neuromuscular clinics have dedicated OTs. GPs, hospital doctors and neuromuscular care advisors can make referrals and it is sometimes possible to self-refer.
Information for occupational therapists
Join our Occupational therapists network to ensure access to peer support from other OTs working with individuals and families living people with muscle-wasting conditions. Find out about our Occupational therapists network and the wealth of resources that can help with your work – or contact our Info team firstname.lastname@example.org.