Relieving the Pressure on Social Care: The Value of Occupational Therapy


This new report from the Royal College of Occupational Therapists shows ways in which effective occupational therapy can benefit social care providers.

The report focuses on providing personal support, supporting people in their environment through housing and adaptations, and ways in which people can be supported in their occupation and by keeping them connected with their community.

This report will be of interest to anyone working in supported housing or social care. You may also find the recent RCOT report Adaptations Without Delay, written by the Housing LIN, of interest.