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Advisory Groups

Child and Adolescent Mental Health AG

The Child and Adolescent Mental Health (CAMH) Advisory Group is made up of a branch of OT's working within public and voluntary organisations specialising in child and adolescent mental health.

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Housing AG

The AOTI Housing Advisory Group was set up in 1999. We promote the role of Occupational Therapy in the field of accessible housing and independent living. The group has a small committee of 5 members who volunteer their time. We are doubling up on committee roles due to an inadequate number of committee members. Linda Horgan is the newly elected chairperson.

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Intellectual Disabilities AG

The Intellectual Disabilities Group represent OT's working with people with intellectual disabilities.

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Mental Health AG

The AOTI Mental Health Advisory Group is a group of occupational therapists and support staff with an interest in mental health policy, practice and strategic development in Ireland. We have a client-centred ethos and the majority of members work in mental health service delivery in Ireland.

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Musculoskeletal Disorders and Chronic Pain AG

We are a voluntary advisory group of Rheumatology Occupational Therapists concerned with the advancement of Rheumatology practice through education, research, advocacy and practice. This supports and fosters excellence in the care of person’s with arthritis, rheumatic and musculoskeletal disease.

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National OT Managers AG

For many years Occupational Therapist Managers have been meeting together to carry out various functions; In 2008 the group become an Advisory Group to the AOTI and is now known as National Occupational Therapy Managers Advisory Group –NOTMAG.

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Older Persons AG

The Older Persons Advisory Group is made up of occupational therapists working with the elderly in a variety of settings around Ireland.

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Paediatric AG

The PAG (Paediatric Advisory Group) is a branch of the AOTI consisting of a group of national OT’s with a common practice interest in the area of Paediatrics. The purpose of the PAG is to encourage, promote, facilitate and support the advancement of Occupational Therapy practice within the area of Paediatrics. You must be an AOTI member to join the PAG and membership only costs €10! Students are able to join for free once you have a valid student number.

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Palliative Care and Oncology AG

National Occupational Therapy Advisory Group in Palliative Care and Oncology

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Primary Care AG

The Primary Care Advisory Group is made up of OT's who work in primary care or who have an interest in primary care.

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Private Practice Advisory Group

The Private Practice Advisory Group operates as a support, social and educational network of occupational therapists working in private practice. The aim of the group is to encourage and to promote the highest standards in practice and provide peer support to the diverse workloads and geographical locations of its members

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Seating and Posture in Occupational Therapy AG

Seating and Posture in Occupational Therapy AG

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