Occupational Therapy New Zealand
Whakaora Ngangahau Aotearoa
Occupation and health - ' Hazel Skilton' Work for your Life
'With patience and perserverance, and a burning faith in the benefits to patients of occupational therapy, the impossible can be accomplished.' Hazel Skilton, 1949 Founder of the New Zealand Registered Occupational Therapists Association Inc.
Occupational Therapy New Zealand Whakaora Ngangahau Aotearoa is the national association representing occupational therapy professionals in Aotearoa New Zealand.
Level 3, 93 Boulcott Street Wellington.
Reminder to Members - Please update your contact information in our Membership section of our website - Full Name, Email, Address and Phone details. Early Bird Invoices will be issued 1 May 2018. Please include your Full Name and Address in your reference when making payment.
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Congratulations to Helen, OTNZ-WNA member invited by the Hon. Minister of Education to attend the Christchurch 2018 Education Summit. Helen represents OTNZ-WNA at the Ministry's 3 year Education Work Programme. More about New Horizons for OT Helen Simmonds-Smith »
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Learn more about the journey OTNZ-WNA are on implementing the Treaty Relationship Governance Model on youtube at http://www.communityresearch.org.nz/webinar-treaty-voyages-hows-organisation-faring/ More about OTNZ-WNA Te Tiriti/Treaty Relationship Governance Model »
The link between toileting accidents and fatal child abuse - Principal Otago Polytechnic Lecturer Rita Robinson PhD
Otago Polytechnic Occupational Therapy principal lecturer Rita Robinson reveals her research into societal assumptions and messages about toilet training, and how these affect adult behaviors. https://www.op.ac.nz/about-us/news-and-events/item/2587 More about The link between toileting accidents and fatal child abuse - Principal Otago Polytechnic Lecturer Rita Robinson PhD »
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