We know that claiming benefits in the UK while living with Long Covid or an energy limiting condition is far from easy and demands considerable effort, energy and perseverance. So in June 2002 Occupational Therapy for Long Covid released a guide: Long Covid and Personal Independence Payment (PIP) and how to save your spoons. This guide was writtenContinue reading “Long Covid and Personal Independence Payment (PIP) and how to save your spoons”
Tag Archives: Occupational Therapy
Art is therapy. Art is work. (Power of Occupation)
Occupational Therapy for Long Covid are pleased to share people’s experiences of finding hope, purpose and meaning through occupation whilst experiencing Long Covid. In the first post of what we hope will become a series Rosie, 17 and her father (members of the Long Covid Kids Community) share with us how she has used ArtContinue reading “Art is therapy. Art is work. (Power of Occupation)”
Introducing the Hannahs
I am Hannah Collier a 3rd year Occupational Therapy student at The University of Northampton. I have experience working in a variety of clinical settings, NHS, charitable and health and social care services including Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAHMS), Adult Mental Health Services, Specialist Neurology Services, Forensic Services and Reablement services. I haveContinue reading “Introducing the Hannahs”
Launching Occupational Therapy for Long Covid (@OTforLC)
want to support the development of occupational therapy services and research that centres the lived experience for the benefit of the worldwide Long Covid community.