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A Royal Visit

We are delighted to be hosting Her Royal Highness, The Princess Royal at our official office opening.

Her Royal Highness, The Princess Royal, is the Patron of The Royal College of Occupational Therapists and we are delighted that she is visiting us to celebrate our official opening and learn more about the work of OT’s in the independent sector.

We are the first independent OT practice that has been afforded the honour of a visit from The Princess Royal and we will be shinning a light on the valuable work of occupational therapists in the independent sector.

During her visit, Her Royal Highness will meet a group of independent OT’s to hear about the diversity of their roles, and then several OT Practice clients together with their respective therapists to learn more about some therapeutic options and techniques available in the independent sector. The Princess Royal will also meet a range of commissioners who access OT services via The OT Practice including representatives from leading military charities such as The Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund and The Royal British Legion and the case management community. Chris Bartlett, Communications Director of CMSUK will be presented to Her Royal Highness to explain the relationship between case management and occupational therapy. Finally, Her Royal Highness will meet our brand Ambassador Alex Lewis, himself a quadruple amputee before being shown some of our recently commissioned videos reinforcing the value OT can bring to a variety of clients.

Nikki Thompson, Director says “We are honoured to have Her Royal highness visit us. The fact that we were selected from many other applications in range sectors illustrates recognition of the changing landscape of occupational therapy provision. It is an exciting opportunity to raise the profile of the entrepreneurial spirit that exists in our profession and the diversity of career opportunities open for occupational therapists in the independent sector".

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