The occupational therapy service provides care to patients across the Island in a variety of clinical and community settings (Schools, College, homes, hospital, outpatient clinics). Occupational Therapy is a client centred health profession that enables people to participate in the activities of daily living that they want to, need to or are expected do. This is achieved by education, modification of the environment or through rehabilitative interventions.
All occupational therapists are registered with the Health Care Professions Council (HCPC) and the occupational therapy governing body is the Royal College of Occupational Therapists (RCOT).
The occupational therapy service works closely with the wider multidisciplinary team to provide the best experience for the patients and their carers.
For further information regarding occupational therapy services in different areas please use the following links:
Inpatient occupational therapy services
For patients coming in for a hospital stay.
Outpatient occupational therapy services
For patients able to come in for appointments.
Community adult therapy service (CATS)
For patients requiring therapy in their own home.
Children's therapy services
For children under 16 requiring therapy.
Older persons mental health and memory service, occupational therapy
For patients requiring support for mental health problems.
Adult mental health occupational therapy services
For patients requiring intervention for mental health and wellbeing.
For more information please contact us: