OT Week 2023 is here, and it's a fantastic opportunity for us to celebrate the incredible work of our dedicated Occupational Therapists (OTs) in our Early Childhood Intervention team.
This year's theme, "United by Community," underscores the essence of our profession and its profound impact on the lives of the children and families we serve.
Strengthening Community Connections:
In the realm of Early Intervention, our OTs play a pivotal role in strengthening the connections between children with disabilities and their families with the broader community. Whether they are working in homes, educational settings, or at the local playground our OTs are committed to facilitating positive outcomes and enhancing the participation of children with disabilities within the community.
Acknowledging Our Profession:
Occupational Therapy in Early Intervention is dedicated to promoting developmental milestones, independence, and active participation for children with disabilities. During OT Week, we aim to shed light on the significance of our profession within Early Intervention and the transformative changes it brings to the lives of the families we support.
Commending Our OTs:
Our team of 11 dedicated OTs consistently goes above and beyond to empower children with disabilities and their families. Their dedication, innovative approaches, and unwavering compassion make them invaluable members of our MCM family.
Expanding Our Professional Community:
In addition to recognising our current OTs, we are excited about our continuous efforts in recruiting new therapists to join our team. Embracing fresh perspectives and enthusiasm from new members enriches our Early Intervention community, ultimately resulting in better outcomes for the children and families we serve.
This OT Week, let's come together as a professional community to celebrate Occupational Therapy in Early Intervention, acknowledge the remarkable contributions of our OTs, and reaffirm our commitment to providing excellence in services for children with disabilities and their families.