The role of meaningful occupation in recovery and how to support loved ones to explore or engage
Susan Austin (Occupational Therapist) will lead a discussion on how different types of activities can be helpful in recovering from mental ill-health. She will share some highlights from the research on this topic. There will be a chance to talk about any challenges you are having with supporting your loved ones to engage in activities, whether it be leisure, chores, exercise, work or other roles. Susan will talk about how to identify what activities are meaningful or important for someone and how to support engagement.
Wednesday 4th August, 2021
City: Nipaluna Country 1/175 Collins St, Hobart
5:00pm to 6:30pm
If you would like to register to attend this forum please RSVP at The Hobart Clinic by calling 6247 9960 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Light refreshments provided.
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