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#OTalk @OTalk_
Evening all! Welcome to tonights #OTalk chat! We are talking about The use of sensory based interventions in psychiatric settings. with @RRule_OT and @OT_rach for support. Say hello even if your just lurking https://t.co/fqYItf5uaC
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I’m here to help today, if you get lost just give me a shout. #OTalk https://t.co/KiyOUBsUnZ
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Whats the first rule of #OTalk? Dont forget to include the hash tag in ALL your tweets. https://t.co/DrPCYGINk9
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Remember your professional codes of conduct apply online as they do in practice. Please consider confidentiality when sharing & respect others views and experiences. #OTalk https://t.co/8TmbvOndqx
Emma Hall @Emm_OT
@OTalk_ @RRule_OT @OT_rach Hi #OTalk 😄
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Welcome #OTalk
Nina Franziska @ninafoxglove
@OTalk_ I will try to follow from our little island here in Guernsey-Channel Islands #OTalk
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Welcome #Otalk
ᏕᏂᏋᏒLᎩᏁ 🇯🇲🇬🇧💚 @sherlynmelody
I’m lurking tonight. Hello everyone #OTalk
Shirley Pearce @shirleypearceot
@OTalk_ Hi - just lurking for now #OTalk
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Welcome grey to have you #Otalk
#Hellomynameis Yvette @YvetteHaynesOT
@OTalk_ @RRule_OT @OT_rach Hello! :) #OTalk
Katie Crowfoot @katie_crowfoot
@OTalk_ @RRule_OT @OT_rach Looking forward to tonight talk. Whilst managing an acute and PICU Mental Health OT team I think we might learn lots tonight. #OTalk
Nina Franziska @ninafoxglove
@OTalk_ @RRule_OT @OT_rach #OTalk Hi from Guernse in er Channel Islands
Laura Jayne @Smalls_OT
@OTalk_ Hello 🙌🏻 I’m here #OTalk
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Right, lets get this show on the road! @RRule_OT its over to you! #OTalk https://t.co/ObVTb2ZLJx
Rachel OT 🌻 @_rachelOT
Hi guys! So.. #OTalk Q1. Have you ever used sensory based interventions in practice?  Which area of psychiatric practice do you work in?
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Question 1 #OTalk
Dr Alison Warren @alisonfwarren
#OTalk alison here from @OTPlymouthUni
Katie Crowfoot @katie_crowfoot
@RRule_OT I've used then in the past within Assessment & Treatment Learning Disabilities Wards. Now in Acute & PICU mental health managing the team and looking at how we implement this approach in this setting. #OTalk
Emma Hall @Emm_OT
@RRule_OT #OTalk @HCOT8 we work in an acute inpatient setting and are keen to look at implementing this approach.
Laura Jayne @Smalls_OT
@RRule_OT Hello 🙂 Yes I have! Currently working in Education (ASD&Attachment/Trauma), previously Mostly Forensic services with Adolescents and Adults #OTalk
Solei OT 🌻 @soleinj_
RT @RRule_OT: Hi guys! So.. #OTalk Q1. Have you ever used sensory based interventions in practice?  Which area of psychiatric practice do y…
Student OT Therapist @StudentOTs
Looking forward to this chat as I am interested in working in this setting @RRule_OT #OTalk @OTalk_
Norma Harrington @NormaMai_
Would love to get input regarding sensory strategies that can really support people to manage self-injury, those we can explore in inpatient settings that can be easily transferred into every day life in community #OTalk
Solei OT 🌻 @soleinj_
RT @OTalk_: #OTalk 15 mins till it’s time chat About the use of sensory based interventions in psychiatric settings. With @RRule_OT and me…
Sheila White @Sheila_I_White
@OTalk_ @RRule_OT @OT_rach #OTalk lurking here. Interested in finding out more
Kwaku Agyemang @KwakuOT
@OTalk_ @RRule_OT @OT_rach Hi 👋🏿 #OTalk
Orla @orlatheot
@RRule_OT Not yet, I am on a male mental health rehabilitation ward and we offer to do sensory checklists with patients. #OTalk
Dr Alison Warren @alisonfwarren
RT @Sheila_I_White: @OTalk_ @RRule_OT @OT_rach #OTalk lurking here. Interested in finding out more
Look Hear Australia @lookhearaust
@OTalk_ I work in Paeds and we use it all the time, though I am interviewing next week for a psychiatric hospital for children and young people. I could see the implications but really here tonight to watch and learn from people already working in the area :) #OTalk
Dr Alison Warren @alisonfwarren
Am listening in to learn more about different settings appkying these approaches #OTalk
Kwaku Agyemang @KwakuOT
@RRule_OT Yes, I’ve Used It Often In My Work With People With Learning Disabilities And Also In Mental Health Rehab Settings...I Have Also Observed And Used It Briefly During My Placement Working With Young Offenders In Prison. #OTalk
Patrick maina @mainap65
RT @OTalk_: This is great and self discipline to undertake self directed learning is very important. And I personally believe it increases…
Baker @thebakerstron
@RRule_OT #OTalk Working in high secure forensic services. I have used sensory approaches on a 1:1 basis with High Dependency patients, however there is significant further work required due to the environment, which further contributes to sensory deprivation.
Dr Alison Warren @alisonfwarren
Used these approaches for people of all ages with dementia in the past. On wards & at home #OTalk @OTPlymouthUni
#Hellomynameis Yvette @YvetteHaynesOT
@RRule_OT I am an O.T Assistant working in mental health and O.T student. I am very interested in learning more about how SI interventions are used in mental health. #OTalk
Hannah Kay @HannahKayOT
@RRule_OT Yes I've seen it used in forensic mental health women's service. Currently doing a sensory modulation assessment with a service user. #OTalk
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@emmadawsot you need to use the hashtag #Otalk in all your tweets otherwise your tweets will not be seen by others, the # is the only thing you need to use @ will not work
OT PlymouthUni @OTPlymouthUni
RT @alisonfwarren: Used these approaches for people of all ages with dementia in the past. On wards & at home #OTalk @OTPlymouthUni https:/…
Patrick maina @mainap65
RT @OTalk_: Latest blog from @CupOTservices on the #OTalk team session #RCOT2018. https://t.co/zsPFoyKRig
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Use the # not the @ #Otalk
Norma Harrington @NormaMai_
@RRule_OT I am new to adult acute mental health, we are exploring the use of sensory strategies more and more with @NaomiOT24 leading on this! #OTalk
K-OT @kalessandram
@RRule_OT i work in learning disabilities, currently in intensive support service and inpatient unit. I use a variety of sensory based interventions, depending on the individual. #OTalk
Dr Alison Warren @alisonfwarren
RT @NormaMai_: @RRule_OT I am new to adult acute mental health, we are exploring the use of sensory strategies more and more with @NaomiOT2
Emma Dawson @emmadawsot
RT @OTalk_: Use the # not the @ #Otalk https://t.co/PGRVpeRb9V
Rachel OT 🌻 @_rachelOT
Q2. What do you perceive to be the barriers or benefits to using sensory based interventions in your specific setting? What made you chose to (or chose not to) use them with individuals previously? #otalk
Grant Mitchell @MillennialOT
@OTalk_ #OTalk as a Inpatient Mental Health young adult unit, I tend to do more exploratory and educational sensory groups rather than interventions; to explore fidgets, Sensory materials, weighted blankets, brushes, fidgets, aromatherapy Etc.
Emma Hall @Emm_OT
@HannahKayOT @RRule_OT #OTalk sounds interesting. What ax do you use?
Dr Alison Warren @alisonfwarren
#OTalk really interesting to hear this example @PIELRes
HCSM News @HCSMnews
RT @alisonfwarren: #OTalk really interesting to hear this example @PIELRes https://t.co/Kc8lbdVIa4
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Question 2 here - #OTalk
Laura Jayne @Smalls_OT
@RRule_OT ➖ Concept sometimes complicated to explain to some. Particularly arousal level and how this should go up and down throughout the day relevant to what we are doing. #OTalk
Grant Mitchell @MillennialOT
@RRule_OT #OTalk there is some scarcity of concrete sensory strategy research and evidence, it’s tough to apply it directly to mental health settings aside from the research @Tchamp13 has done, I.e. weighted blankets have limited protocols especially for mental heath
Laura Jayne @Smalls_OT
@RRule_OT ➕ Very useful pre Psychological therapy such as DBT, EMDR. Can gain lots of coping strategies which can be very effective #OTalk
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@NaomiOT24 you need to put the hashtag in all you tweets to join in the conversations. #OTalk
Emma Hall @Emm_OT
@RRule_OT #OTalk limited guidance for implementation and evidence base.
Megan Fowler @megrfowler
@NormaMai_ @RRule_OT @NaomiOT24 I've not long started working in adult acute mental health, we have a sensory room in place which I'm interested in using more once I'm settled into the role! #OTalk
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
Late to the party. #otalk
Norma Harrington @NormaMai_
@RRule_OT Increasing self-awareness and empowering people to identify their needs and self-manage emotions / symptoms is so important, especially for discharge. I think a barrier could be cost, need for more research within the UK and training! #OTalk
Rachel OT 🌻 @_rachelOT
RT @NormaMai_: @RRule_OT Increasing self-awareness and empowering people to identify their needs and self-manage emotions / symptoms is so…
#Hellomynameis Yvette @YvetteHaynesOT
@RRule_OT The O.Ts need for SI training in order to practice SI may create a barrier to adopting a sensory approach within O.T in mental health services. Mental Health Trusts would need to invest money in training and study leave. The online SI training program may help with this #OTalk
Look Hear Australia @lookhearaust
@OTalk_ #OTalk I think one of the barriers is other professionals not taking OT seriously/not knowing what we do/ you are just doing XYZ - how will that help etc, I get that even from teachers and other professionals
Rachel OT 🌻 @_rachelOT
RT @Smalls_OT: @RRule_OT ➕ Very useful pre Psychological therapy such as DBT, EMDR. Can gain lots of coping strategies which can be very ef…
Katie Crowfoot @katie_crowfoot
@RRule_OT #OTalk Barriers - resources, patients engagement, staff buy in from rest of MDT. Benefits- faster recovery, reduced costs on medication, faster recovery, reduced readmissions rates. More practice strategies to managing behaviour, triggers and symptoms.
Jade @JadeH_OT
@Smalls_OT @RRule_OT Good point - do you also find the way people present these arousal levels can also be very different? #OTalk
Lucy Howell @howell_lucy
@RRule_OT I have used as compensatory strategies, secondary community mental health #otalk
Dr Alison Warren @alisonfwarren
RT @katie_crowfoot: @RRule_OT #OTalk Barriers - resources, patients engagement, staff buy in from rest of MDT. Benefits- faster recovery,…
Rachel OT 🌻 @_rachelOT
RT @katie_crowfoot: @RRule_OT #OTalk Barriers - resources, patients engagement, staff buy in from rest of MDT. Benefits- faster recovery,…
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
@RRule_OT When I was in mental health, it was definitely used. However, in my current setting, not so much. #otalk
Laura Jayne @Smalls_OT
@RRule_OT Often chose SI based interventions based on VdT MoCA Level, also based on risk. On reflection I think I was more likely to use with lower levels of ability and people who were deprived based on their risks (e.g: Long term segregation) #OTalk
Laura Jayne @Smalls_OT
@MillennialOT @RRule_OT @Tchamp13 Yes! definitely! #OTalk
Jenna d'Oliveira @jennadOliveira
#OTalk Just saying Hi 👋 for now. . . Very interesting topic though
Naomi OT @NaomiOT24
@RRule_OT @NormaMai_ and I barriers are space and funding... finding appropriate space for people to explore sensory approaches and being able to fund the session! #OTalk
Kwaku Agyemang @KwakuOT
@MillennialOT @OTalk_ I Agree...At Times, It Is More About Teaching People About All The Different Things They Can Use As Coping Strategies Rather Than Pure Interventions To Bring About Changes In Behaviours. #OTalk
Lucy Howell @howell_lucy
@RRule_OT #otalk barriers- belief in effectiveness both clients and staff. Benefits - quick to have an impact, especially on emotions
Baker @thebakerstron
@RRule_OT #OTalk Benefits - using sensory approaches alongside VdTMoCA. Supporting nursing staff in a poor environment. Highly supportive for complex caseload. Barriers - Institutionalisation, staff resisting change old practice. Lack of understanding of sensory integration as a concept.
Grant Mitchell @MillennialOT
@OTalk_ #OTalk I think understanding a model or hierarchy of use would be helpful too, whether a means or an end; sensory strategies are generally a bottom-up approach, that in someways is distraction oriented, I think framework that fits SI with CBT, DBT, etc would be helpful
Laura Jayne @Smalls_OT
@JadeH_OT @RRule_OT Yes I guess so, I found it very difficult with some who often perceived we wanted them to be ‘Just Right’ all the time, and never go into blue/red zones despite the need to at times e.g if you was going to sleep #OTalk
Hannah Kay @HannahKayOT
In my forensic placement it seems a big barrier is the restrictive environment , however, they are able to overcome this by having care plans in place to ensure the environment is suited to the service users sensory profile. #otalk
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
@RRule_OT Because I have to go around different nursing homes, hard to set such goals because of uncertainty of follow through from the rest of the teams that are regular staffs there. #otalk
Rachel OT 🌻 @_rachelOT
RT @thebakerstron: @RRule_OT #OTalk Benefits - using sensory approaches alongside VdTMoCA. Supporting nursing staff in a poor environment.…
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @MillennialOT: @OTalk_ #OTalk as a Inpatient Mental Health young adult unit, I tend to do more exploratory and educational sensory group…
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @Smalls_OT: @RRule_OT ➖ Concept sometimes complicated to explain to some. Particularly arousal level and how this should go up and down…
Grant Mitchell @MillennialOT
@KwakuOT @OTalk_ #OTalk exactly, part of that is due to the time demands and treatment routine I have since I do group therapy over 1:1 too
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @Smalls_OT: @RRule_OT ➕ Very useful pre Psychological therapy such as DBT, EMDR. Can gain lots of coping strategies which can be very ef…
Jade @JadeH_OT
@eleanorramsell Did you learn much about sensory in your degree? I am about to go into 3rd year and we only had a brief intro to it. I think these discussions are helping to understand why everyone should have more sensory awareness, as every client has diff sensory needs! #OTalk
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @NormaMai_: @RRule_OT Increasing self-awareness and empowering people to identify their needs and self-manage emotions / symptoms is so…
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @howell_lucy: @RRule_OT I have used as compensatory strategies, secondary community mental health #otalk
Rachel OT 🌻 @_rachelOT
Q3. What do you feel the role of the Occupational Therapist should be in facilitating sensory based interventions? #otalk
Laura Jayne @Smalls_OT
@karenbeaulieuOT @RRule_OT Yes, lots of work done in practice I reckon, but little research. #OTalk
Baker @thebakerstron
@RRule_OT #OTalk It also supports therapists in understanding violence and aggression, and provides alternative understanding when considering patients risk.
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Question 3 #OTalk
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @thebakerstron: @RRule_OT #OTalk It also supports therapists in understanding violence and aggression, and provides alternative understa…
ᏕᏂᏋᏒLᎩᏁ 🇯🇲🇬🇧💚 @sherlynmelody
RT @lookhearaust: @OTalk_ #OTalk I think one of the barriers is other professionals not taking OT seriously/not knowing what we do/ you are…
Rachel OT 🌻 @_rachelOT
RT @thebakerstron: @RRule_OT #OTalk It also supports therapists in understanding violence and aggression, and provides alternative understa…
Baker @thebakerstron
@Smalls_OT @RRule_OT #OTalk We have found that VdTMoCA and sensory interventions complement each other - and are hoping to continue developing that aspect of practice!
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
@RRule_OT Education is one- in service can be helpful to share knowledge with other staffs in the same setting. #otalk
Kwaku Agyemang @KwakuOT
@MillennialOT @RRule_OT @Tchamp13 It Really Does Come Down To Purely Personal Preferences I Believe Regardless Of The Research I Believe...Sensory Preferences Differ Soo Widely That To Capture And Align Protocol Would Be Such A Massive Piece Of Work For Anyone To Undertake. #OTalk
Jade @JadeH_OT
@Smalls_OT @RRule_OT That's such a good point, the zones are very helpful for explaining things- thankyou for the insight 😀#Otalk
Laura Jayne @Smalls_OT
@thebakerstron @RRule_OT & for us informed aspects our whole service model. It was a huge part of co-regulation before then learning to self-regulate. #Otalk
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
@RRule_OT And caregiver education (when applicable) is also important because sometimes you want to see if there is carryover from your sessions. #otalk
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @thebakerstron: @Smalls_OT @RRule_OT #OTalk We have found that VdTMoCA and sensory interventions complement each other - and are hoping…
Hannah Kay @HannahKayOT
Benefits is that it allows the service users to find coping strategies or realise what may make them have a sensory overload. Sensory based interventions may also be beneficial when working with people who have self harming behaviours. #otalk
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @KwakuOT: @MillennialOT @RRule_OT @Tchamp13 It Really Does Come Down To Purely Personal Preferences I Believe Regardless Of The Research…
Laura Jayne @Smalls_OT
@thebakerstron @RRule_OT Yes, they fit very well! (Literally just catching up on your previous tweets!) #OTalk
Norma Harrington @NormaMai_
RT @Smalls_OT: @RRule_OT ➕ Very useful pre Psychological therapy such as DBT, EMDR. Can gain lots of coping strategies which can be very ef…
Dr Alison Warren @alisonfwarren
RT @BillWongOT: @RRule_OT And caregiver education (when applicable) is also important because sometimes you want to see if there is carryov…
Grant Mitchell @MillennialOT
@RRule_OT #OTalk well the Adolf Meyer use of the ideas “opportunities for... doing, actual practice” I think are key... providing opportunity for experience of the autonomy of redirecting our nervous system, is ultimately OT because it can provide functional independence
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Some are forgetting to include the # in their tweets if you miss it out, your tweet will not be seen, and it will not go on the transcript of conversation so don’t forget #OTalk IN ALL TWEETS. https://t.co/umqISuhZhc
Naomi OT @NaomiOT24
@megrfowler @NormaMai_ @RRule_OT This is amazing! This is what we’re working towards - hopefully! 🤞 please let us know what interventions you use in there 😁 #OTalk
Baker @thebakerstron
@Smalls_OT @RRule_OT #OTalk this is really interesting to hear - and will be a big part of the development of these approaches in our service @JadeMarie_R @CharCarpenter
Laura Jayne @Smalls_OT
@karenbeaulieuOT @RRule_OT @PIELRes One for the research questions book! #OTalk
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @MillennialOT: @RRule_OT #OTalk well the Adolf Meyer use of the ideas “opportunities for... doing, actual practice” I think are key... p…
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @HannahKayOT: Benefits is that it allows the service users to find coping strategies or realise what may make them have a sensory overlo…
Jenna d'Oliveira @jennadOliveira
@NormaMai_ This would be awesome #OTalk
Katie Crowfoot @katie_crowfoot
@OTalk_ I think OT are key to implementing the sensory based interventions, educating the team in learning, but also making the interventions realistic i.e. into everyday life occupations so that the patient can learn to incorporate into everyday routine. #OTalk
Rachel OT 🌻 @_rachelOT
RT @MillennialOT: @RRule_OT #OTalk well the Adolf Meyer use of the ideas “opportunities for... doing, actual practice” I think are key... p…
Laura Jayne @Smalls_OT
@thebakerstron @RRule_OT @JadeMarie_R @CharCarpenter Your new post links defiantly understand the benefits of SI Regulation; particularly when looking through attachment and trauma perspective. #OTalk
Lucy Howell @howell_lucy
RT @MillennialOT: @RRule_OT #OTalk well the Adolf Meyer use of the ideas “opportunities for... doing, actual practice” I think are key... p…
Look Hear Australia @lookhearaust
@RRule_OT #OTalk teaching, showing, evidencing, and implementing these interventions with our clients, we know they work and we need to champion how these interventions are a non-invasive way to help
Grant Mitchell @MillennialOT
@KwakuOT @RRule_OT @Tchamp13 I’m not sure this is necessarily “evidence based” but something along the lines of this would be interesting to study #OTalk https://t.co/oJWrIlkYaF
Hannah Kay @HannahKayOT
As well as in my current placement, I've also seen sensory based interventions used within older adults mental health. #OTalk
K-OT @kalessandram
@RRule_OT i think it can be really beneficial in to helping the individuals develop or add to their own coping strategies. I trial strategies with the individidual and we explore what is calming and use this with a sensory ladder. I add this to a PPBS &crisis plan #Otalk
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @katie_crowfoot: @OTalk_ I think OT are key to implementing the sensory based interventions, educating the team in learning, but also ma…
Rachel OT 🌻 @_rachelOT
RT @lookhearaust: @RRule_OT #OTalk teaching, showing, evidencing, and implementing these interventions with our clients, we know they work…
Grant Mitchell @MillennialOT
@Smalls_OT @karenbeaulieuOT @RRule_OT @PIELRes #OTalk a sensory circuit group! Would you be willing to share what items you included? Sound useful and interesting
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @kalessandram: @RRule_OT i think it can be really beneficial in to helping the individuals develop or add to their own coping strategies…
Jade @JadeH_OT
RT @katie_crowfoot: @OTalk_ I think OT are key to implementing the sensory based interventions, educating the team in learning, but also ma…
Kwaku Agyemang @KwakuOT
@eleanorramsell This Is Interesting To Hear...Similarly In The Prison, The OT Experienced Difficultly Getting Some Items...At Times Makes It Tricky But Also Creative At The Same Time! #OTalk
Lucy Howell @howell_lucy
@RRule_OT #otalk - with adults - oppertunities to explore, educate and facilitate some self discovery
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
@kalessandram @RRule_OT I was on the receiving end of this once upon a time. That is one of the few things I needed to be a qualified OT. #otalk
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @KwakuOT: @eleanorramsell This Is Interesting To Hear...Similarly In The Prison, The OT Experienced Difficultly Getting Some Items...At…
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @howell_lucy: @RRule_OT #otalk - with adults - oppertunities to explore, educate and facilitate some self discovery
Laura Jayne @Smalls_OT
@OTalk_ we have knowledge, so sharing, role modelling the benefits (particularly in challenging/crisis situations). It was lovely to hear our colleagues ring us because they didn’t know what else to do, then a simple intervention from SI perspective had massive benefits. #Otalk
Laura Jayne @Smalls_OT
So Important within adult MH! Make functional. #OTalk
Phil King @philking53
@RRule_OT #Otalk sorry forgot the hashtag!
Norma Harrington @NormaMai_
@RRule_OT Also I wouldn't feel 100% sure about the safest use of sensory strategies with some individuals e. g. people who have been through trauma such as sexual abuse and the potential risk that exploring some sensory strategies could trigger feelings /memories e.g. deep pressure #OTalk
Jessika Lack @JessikaLack_OT
@RRule_OT Work in high dependency rehabilitation (locked rehab), we definitely use sensory based approaches, mainly in 1:1s (service users with tactile hallucinations, anxiety, ASC) or as part of our recovery and wellbeing group, letting individuals learn more about themselves #OTalk
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @Smalls_OT: @OTalk_ we have knowledge, so sharing, role modelling the benefits (particularly in challenging/crisis situations). It was l…
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @NormaMai_: @RRule_OT Also I wouldn't feel 100% sure about the safest use of sensory strategies with some individuals e. g. people who h…
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @JessikaLack_OT: @RRule_OT Work in high dependency rehabilitation (locked rehab), we definitely use sensory based approaches, mainly in…
Baker @thebakerstron
@RRule_OT #OTalk In high security, its about education - supporting staff to understand the concepts and how these affect the patients under their care. Also, by 'doing' - OTs can demonstrate the value through innovation, and using sensory approaches to change the 'status quo'.
Rachel OT 🌻 @_rachelOT
Q4. Do you believe that sensory based interventions could reduce the use of seclusion and restraint in your area of practice? If yes, how could this be demonstrated to the wider team? #otalk
Naomi OT @NaomiOT24
@RRule_OT #otalk - preventing readmissions by empowering people to self-regulate, find alternative ways to manage their mental health and explore new interests
K-OT @kalessandram
@RRule_OT barriers are it being used as a one size fits all approach and undermining why we are doing it - not looking at the individual's needs in relation to occupation, ie non OTs seeking to give out weighted items to all without the expertise, individual assessment or guidance. #otalk
Grant Mitchell @MillennialOT
@KwakuOT @eleanorramsell #OTalk to slight answe Question #2 again; item restrictions is a barrier, many tools aren’t safe and an organized checkout procedure beyond the basics of weighted blankets and aroma therapy, stressballs... is too much for the other unit staff on a locked unit
Dr Alison Warren @alisonfwarren
Be great to see examples of successful strategies shared in OTNews or something similar #OTalk @karenbeaulieuOT
Jessika Lack @JessikaLack_OT
@RRule_OT Specific training (commissioners and NHS England wanting specific sensory integration work for service users) however due to banding level unable to acquire funding. Resources (limited space, time and money!) #OTalk
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
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Norma Harrington @NormaMai_
RT @MillennialOT: @OTalk_ #OTalk as a Inpatient Mental Health young adult unit, I tend to do more exploratory and educational sensory group…
#Hellomynameis Yvette @YvetteHaynesOT
@RRule_OT I have seen SafeWards calm down sensory boxes used on wards to help people relax, lower their levels of agitation and arousal. SI O.Ts could take sensory interventions a lot further by making them more personalised & related to peoples valued occupations to enable recovery #OTalk
Laura Jayne @Smalls_OT
@alisonfwarren @karenbeaulieuOT We used an example for #ValueofOT would have been over 18months ago now #OTalk
Kwaku Agyemang @KwakuOT
@MillennialOT @RRule_OT @Tchamp13 This Looks Good...Perhaps Picking One Thing To Focus On May Be The Start To Trigger Everything Else...Like A Domino Effect. Will Look Into This When I Start My New Role. Something Like The Self Love Is What I Found The Young Offenders To Be Lacking So Could Look At That...#OTalk
Jade @JadeH_OT
@NormaMai_ @RRule_OT Thats such an important point, something I had not thought about before, thankyou. #Otalk
Rachel OT 🌻 @_rachelOT
RT @MillennialOT: @KwakuOT @RRule_OT @Tchamp13 I’m not sure this is necessarily “evidence based” but something along the lines of this woul…
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Question 4 #OTalk
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @JadeH_OT: @NormaMai_ @RRule_OT Thats such an important point, something I had not thought about before, thankyou. #Otalk
Dr Alison Warren @alisonfwarren
Many thanks will look this up #OTalk
Grant Mitchell @MillennialOT
@RRule_OT #OTalk I think it does when it’s used as a care plan, particularly with self-harm, when collaborating with other unit staff, having a list of strategies even if they aren’t implemented perfectly, gives an attempted alternative to verbal de-escalation only approaches
Jessika Lack @JessikaLack_OT
@RRule_OT Education, helping people learn about themselves and others (in particular other members of MDT or caters/ family). Exploration, providing opportunities and experiences in the act of ‘doing’. #OTalk
K-OT @kalessandram
@RRule_OT also unless we can clearly explain our clinical reasoning, what we are doing and why with good knowledge of sensory approaches & neuroscience and how it enables person to particiapte in occupations there is a risk of being asked to just focus on sensory not occupation #Otalk
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
@RRule_OT I think so... especially if you find good matches. #otalk
Katie Crowfoot @katie_crowfoot
@RRule_OT YES! I've seen the reduction of seclusion. But you need to get staff buy in... The only way I've found to prove this is by investing my time... Through observations, feedback to the team what I've observed and pre guessing incidents. De-brief/reflect with team, takes time #OTalk
Rachel OT 🌻 @_rachelOT
RT @katie_crowfoot: @RRule_OT YES! I've seen the reduction of seclusion. But you need to get staff buy in... The only way I've found to pro…
Dr Alison Warren @alisonfwarren
RT @kalessandram: @RRule_OT also unless we can clearly explain our clinical reasoning, what we are doing and why with good knowledge of se…
Baker @thebakerstron
@RRule_OT #OTalk I feel it has the potential to - especially on HDU in high security @JadeMarie_R . However, OTs need to be assertive in proving/measuring the impact of interventions - focussing on one patient to start things off, build a solid case study to present to MDT.
Naomi OT @NaomiOT24
@RRule_OT #otalk Yes! I really do feel that it can reduce V&A. We’re auditing the impact of sensory integrations to highlight the reduction of incidents. We’re hoping to have sensory ax soon after admission and have it written in to care plans so that they client remains in control too.
Laura Jayne @Smalls_OT
@NormaMai_ @RRule_OT Defiantly something to consider. we saw a lot of distress and ways of regulating in the environment which were negative (e.g: seclusion to reduce sensory input, restraint for proprioceptive input). Think it’s useful to consider that it could be a positive risk to take #OTalk
Norma Harrington @NormaMai_
@RRule_OT Agree with all the above! back to basics- to help people to engage in activity e. g. people with sensory avoidant traits may isolate themselves and not engage in activities in busy envirnmnts. . by addressing this sensory need, it may help them to increase engagement! #OTalk
Rachel OT 🌻 @_rachelOT
RT @thebakerstron: @RRule_OT #OTalk I feel it has the potential to - especially on HDU in high security @JadeMarie_R . However, OTs need to…
Norma Harrington @NormaMai_
RT @BillWongOT: @RRule_OT And caregiver education (when applicable) is also important because sometimes you want to see if there is carryov…
Norma Harrington @NormaMai_
RT @NaomiOT24: @RRule_OT #otalk - preventing readmissions by empowering people to self-regulate, find alternative ways to manage their ment…
Laura Jayne @Smalls_OT
@RRule_OT Defiantly. More research needs to be done to evidence this #OTalk
Look Hear Australia @lookhearaust
@RRule_OT I do!! I have seen it reduce both seclusion and restraint! But the most successful times was staff buy in, regular and consistent use of the interventions and regular feedback between the team and OT #OTalk
Norma Harrington @NormaMai_
RT @MillennialOT: @RRule_OT #OTalk well the Adolf Meyer use of the ideas “opportunities for... doing, actual practice” I think are key... p…
Baker @thebakerstron
RT @katie_crowfoot: @RRule_OT YES! I've seen the reduction of seclusion. But you need to get staff buy in... The only way I've found to pro…
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @NormaMai_: @RRule_OT Agree with all the above! back to basics- to help people to engage in activity e. g. people with sensory avoidant…
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @Smalls_OT: @NormaMai_ @RRule_OT Defiantly something to consider. we saw a lot of distress and ways of regulating in the environment whi…
Grant Mitchell @MillennialOT
@thebakerstron @RRule_OT @JadeMarie_R What kinds methods to measure might be used? #OTalk
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @thebakerstron: @RRule_OT #OTalk I feel it has the potential to - especially on HDU in high security @JadeMarie_R . However, OTs need to…
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @katie_crowfoot: @RRule_OT YES! I've seen the reduction of seclusion. But you need to get staff buy in... The only way I've found to pro…
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @Smalls_OT: @RRule_OT Defiantly. More research needs to be done to evidence this #OTalk
Baker @thebakerstron
@katie_crowfoot @RRule_OT #OTalk Totally agree with this - staff buy in is hugely important, and it is important to acknowledge this can take time!
Rachel OT 🌻 @_rachelOT
RT @NormaMai_: @RRule_OT Agree with all the above! back to basics- to help people to engage in activity e. g. people with sensory avoidant…
Hannah Kay @HannahKayOT
Yes! There was a service user who actually loved to be restrained because of the sensory input and the feeling it gave her. Once they understood the reasoning and what could give them a similar feeling - they didn't get restrained anymore. #otalk
Jessika Lack @JessikaLack_OT
@RRule_OT We don’t have seclusion and I personally only been in a restraint once. Least restrictive practice possible but PICU in same NHS trust RC has found reduction of seclusion by 75% brining her dog to work #PATDog #OTalk sensory interventions help engagement with talking therapies!
Dr Alison Warren @alisonfwarren
RT @MillennialOT: @thebakerstron @RRule_OT @JadeMarie_R What kinds methods to measure might be used? #OTalk
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @HannahKayOT: Yes! There was a service user who actually loved to be restrained because of the sensory input and the feeling it gave her…
Naomi OT @NaomiOT24
This is really great #OTalk - thank you for sharing. Good way to discuss sensory interventions with clients & staff to help them understand it.
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @JessikaLack_OT: @RRule_OT We don’t have seclusion and I personally only been in a restraint once. Least restrictive practice possible b…
Emma Hall @Emm_OT
@kalessandram @RRule_OT #OTalk absolutely. SI goes so much further than the blanket label and can easily be diluted. I think many of us don't feel that we have enough knowledge in this area.
Jade @JadeH_OT
@RRule_OT If some research could back this up strongly, it would be so pivotal for alot of practice areas! (#shallwechangeourresearchtopicnow)#Otalk
Julie-Anne Lowe @julieannelowe1
@OTalk_ @RRule_OT @OT_rach Hello! Late to the party tonight so having a kirk through the posts #OTalk
Hannah Kay @HannahKayOT
I think you have a care plan and supportive MDT in order to achieve this though. This could be demonstrated by educating the teams on the results of sensory based interventions with psychiatric patients. We need more research!!!! #otalk
Laura Jayne @Smalls_OT
Sorry only a little bit here now! Forgot I needed to help the husband! #OTalk
Hannah Kay @HannahKayOT
RT @thebakerstron: @RRule_OT #OTalk I feel it has the potential to - especially on HDU in high security @JadeMarie_R . However, OTs need to…
Norma Harrington @NormaMai_
RT @Smalls_OT: @NormaMai_ @RRule_OT Defiantly something to consider. we saw a lot of distress and ways of regulating in the environment whi…
Patricia Regan @PatriciaRegan
RT @kalessandram: @RRule_OT also unless we can clearly explain our clinical reasoning, what we are doing and why with good knowledge of se…
Baker @thebakerstron
@MillennialOT @RRule_OT @JadeMarie_R #OTalk Consistent use of outcome measures - dependent on models/theories used. We use VdTMoCA OMs (APOM). Also, seclusion statistics pre/post treatment plan to see impact, along with incident reports.
Kwaku Agyemang @KwakuOT
@RRule_OT OTs Have To Feel Confident About What They Are Observing And Hearing From The Client About Thier Sensory Preference Before Attempting To Facilitate Interventions To Decrease Seclusion & Restraint. Also Clearly Articulating Clinical Reasoning Would Be Of Upmost Importance. #OTalk
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @Emm_OT: @kalessandram @RRule_OT #OTalk absolutely. SI goes so much further than the blanket label and can easily be diluted. I think ma…
Rachel OT 🌻 @_rachelOT
Wow! That hour has flown by. Final Q. 5 How would you envision the assessment & implementation of sensory based interventions in your current practice setting? Do you think that this would be supported by the MDT? #otalk
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @HannahKayOT: I think you have a care plan and supportive MDT in order to achieve this though. This could be demonstrated by educating t…
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @thebakerstron: @MillennialOT @RRule_OT @JadeMarie_R #OTalk Consistent use of outcome measures - dependent on models/theories used. We u…
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @KwakuOT: @RRule_OT OTs Have To Feel Confident About What They Are Observing And Hearing From The Client About Thier Sensory Preference…
Rachel OT 🌻 @_rachelOT
RT @KwakuOT: @RRule_OT OTs Have To Feel Confident About What They Are Observing And Hearing From The Client About Thier Sensory Preference…
Rachel OT 🌻 @_rachelOT
RT @thebakerstron: @MillennialOT @RRule_OT @JadeMarie_R #OTalk Consistent use of outcome measures - dependent on models/theories used. We u…
#Hellomynameis Yvette @YvetteHaynesOT
@RRule_OT MDTs who have an awareness and understanding of their SU's sensory needs and preferences may be able to find more therapeutic and creative ways to de-escalate situations. #OTalk
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Question 5 #OTalk
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
@RRule_OT If I were in an ideal situation, a rehab meeting in service would have been appropriate. #otalk
Laura Jayne @Smalls_OT
@thebakerstron @BillWongOT @MillennialOT @RRule_OT @JadeMarie_R Risk management part of the APOM ❤️ #OTalk
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @YvetteHaynesOT: @RRule_OT MDTs who have an awareness and understanding of their SU's sensory needs and preferences may be able to find…
Rachel OT 🌻 @_rachelOT
RT @YvetteHaynesOT: @RRule_OT MDTs who have an awareness and understanding of their SU's sensory needs and preferences may be able to find…
Laura Jayne @Smalls_OT
@NormaMai_ @RRule_OT To add the positive risk = using SI and developing strategies to manage which can be transferable. #OTalk
K-OT @kalessandram
@RRule_OT Yes definitely, i have seen the impact, particularly when it is used proactively as part of someone's care plan. I think when someone is acutily unwell cognititive strategies are not effective. We need to communicate our resoning and document it. show impact pre & post #otalk
#Hellomynameis Yvette @YvetteHaynesOT
@RRule_OT SUs who are empowered to understand their own sensory needs and preferences as part of their Care Plan can work with their O.T or MDT to prevent harm and the need for seclusion or restraint #OTalk.
Rachel OT 🌻 @_rachelOT
RT @kalessandram: @RRule_OT Yes definitely, i have seen the impact, particularly when it is used proactively as part of someone's care plan…
Grant Mitchell @MillennialOT
@RRule_OT #OTalk speaking from, anecdote, and practical opinion; I think a few big factors is a slightly universal staff share system like the “zones of regulation” but adapted and relevant to different ages, with readable, appealing, graphically designed handouts with lists of strategies
Sheila White @Sheila_I_White
@kalessandram @RRule_OT #OTalk that's a concern I have. Got to be overriding focus on participation in occupation and sensory strategies as a means to enabling this.
Look Hear Australia @lookhearaust
@OTalk_ #OTalk we mainly use the SPM or SP and get okay take up..... I think though having a specific assessments related to our populations would be more helpful (for the MDT), would like to hear everyones thoughts!
Rachel OT 🌻 @_rachelOT
RT @MillennialOT: @RRule_OT #OTalk speaking from, anecdote, and practical opinion; I think a few big factors is a slightly universal staff…
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @Sheila_I_White: @kalessandram @RRule_OT #OTalk that's a concern I have. Got to be overriding focus on participation in occupation and s…
Tori OT @Tori_Doll_
@RRule_OT Yes, have used them as part of individual 1:1s within a High Dependency environment within High Secure Forensic MH. #OTalk
Autismum @Autismum1
@OTalk_ @RRule_OT @OT_rach #OTalk Hello. I’m just lurking.
Dr Alison Warren @alisonfwarren
RT @Sheila_I_White: @kalessandram @RRule_OT #OTalk that's a concern I have. Got to be overriding focus on participation in occupation and s…
Grant Mitchell @MillennialOT
RT @thebakerstron: @MillennialOT @RRule_OT @JadeMarie_R #OTalk Consistent use of outcome measures - dependent on models/theories used. We u…
Baker @thebakerstron
@RRule_OT #OTalk Training in SI has been commissioned for the entire service. Following this, specific work with patients will be key to demonstrate this approach and its value to MDT. Case formulations between OTs can also support each other in developing interventions.
Katie Crowfoot @katie_crowfoot
@RRule_OT sensory ladder, sensory preferences checklist, assessment of areas identify, observe how patient interacts with. Spend time on wards implementing whilst explaining all the time to staff. offer a week of your time (2full days will be enough, but team will buy in to plan!) #OTalk
#Hellomynameis Yvette @YvetteHaynesOT
@RRule_OT Could SI O.Ts lead SI awareness training to their wider team? I think I read some where that some mental health services in New Zealand have done this... #Otalk
Naomi OT @NaomiOT24
@KwakuOT @MillennialOT @RRule_OT @Tchamp13 #OTalk I agree re research. I think that in MH we discuss a lot of sensory needs without it consciously being a sensory intervention ie self harm, personal care, mindfulness. I think @Tchamp13 research is amazing but sensory approaches vary from person to person, day to day!
Grant Mitchell @MillennialOT
RT @katie_crowfoot: @RRule_OT sensory ladder, sensory preferences checklist, assessment of areas identify, observe how patient interacts wi…
Lucy Howell @howell_lucy
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Rachel OT 🌻 @_rachelOT
RT @katie_crowfoot: @RRule_OT sensory ladder, sensory preferences checklist, assessment of areas identify, observe how patient interacts wi…
#OTalk @OTalk_
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Jessika Lack @JessikaLack_OT
@BillWongOT @RRule_OT Very much supported by MDT.. just need to make sure understanding is clear and that all follow appropriate care plans and try to consider sensory profiles during engagement (ideal environmental or set up of engagement). Gardening with one SU in particular #OTalk
Rachel OT 🌻 @_rachelOT
RT @NaomiOT24: @KwakuOT @MillennialOT @RRule_OT @Tchamp13 #OTalk I agree re research. I think that in MH we discuss a lot of sensory needs…
Tori OT @Tori_Doll_
@RRule_OT I have definitely seen a difference in occ performance for specific s.users that I have used SI based interventions with. However, as a profession we definitely need to promote this more & contribute to the evidenced base. It's a huge area within forensic services! #OTalk
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Look Hear Australia @lookhearaust
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Rachel OT 🌻 @_rachelOT
RT @Tori_Doll_: @RRule_OT I have definitely seen a difference in occ performance for specific s.users that I have used SI based interventio…
Kwaku Agyemang @KwakuOT
@RRule_OT Possibly Helping MDT Members To Be Aware Of The Impact Thier Own Sensory Preferences May Have On Them May In Turn Heighten Their Awareness Of The Impact & Importance Regulation Of Senses May Be For The Clients. #OTalk
Phil King @philking53
@lookhearaust @RRule_OT Consistent is the key word there but is often the most challenging to achieve with a large staff team! #OTalk
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
@JessikaLack_OT @RRule_OT In my setting, gardening might not always been an option as a treatment option. #otalk
Rachel OT 🌻 @_rachelOT
RT @KwakuOT: @RRule_OT Possibly Helping MDT Members To Be Aware Of The Impact Thier Own Sensory Preferences May Have On Them May In Turn He…
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RT @NaomiOT24: @KwakuOT @MillennialOT @RRule_OT @Tchamp13 #OTalk I agree re research. I think that in MH we discuss a lot of sensory needs…
Hannah Kay @HannahKayOT
RT @KwakuOT: @RRule_OT Possibly Helping MDT Members To Be Aware Of The Impact Thier Own Sensory Preferences May Have On Them May In Turn He…
Jessika Lack @JessikaLack_OT
@YvetteHaynesOT @RRule_OT We had something like this in our NHS trust. Sensory based approaches in OT offered by particular by OTs in learning disability services (funded to provide SI as part of directorate). This was open to all OTs across the trust! Great get together and learning for all #OTalk
Autismum @Autismum1
@RRule_OT #OTalk. I think it would be supported by the MDT. In Sussex we have a huge proportion of people who really struggle to manage their emotions and hurt them self in an attempt to make it stop. Many are not ready to tolerate psychology. A more skills development group is needed.
K-OT @kalessandram
@RRule_OT It needs to be part of the care pathway, it part of the initial screening as could be impacting on participation in occupation and if so the reason for further assessment and intervention is clearly communicated. #otalk Used to empower our clients,
Participation in Every Day Life Research Group @PIELRes
@OTalk_ A priority area for research! @karenbeaulieuOT #OTalk
Jade @JadeH_OT
@OTalk_ That has flown by! Thanks @OTalk_ and @RRule_OT - what an interesting discussion! 😄#OTalk
Emma Hall @Emm_OT
@OTalk_ #OTalk building the evidence base and training!
#OTalk @OTalk_
Times up, can we Thank @RRule_OT for hosting tonight, great job!! 👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽 #OTalk The transcript will be added to the blog for you to down load later in the week. https://t.co/WQ0PYnn5Xu
Rachel OT 🌻 @_rachelOT
RT @kalessandram: @RRule_OT It needs to be part of the care pathway, it part of the initial screening as could be impacting on participatio…
K-OT @kalessandram
@RRule_OT i think we need to be explaining it to our MDT collegues and linking with evidence and occupation. I find getting them to understand theri own sensory preferences and experience some of the strategies themselves helps. Showing the difference to clients and audtiing #otalk
Naomi OT @NaomiOT24
@RRule_OT We have amazing sensory assessments that are evidence based and developed by @NormaMai_ - they are user friendly and give people options to answer closed questions (exploratory) or give lots of examples (competence) for their sensory preferences. #OTalk
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This is @OT_rach logging off, great chat tonight, and thanks for remembering the #OTalk 😜 https://t.co/ApwiWQ0oJr
Katie Crowfoot @katie_crowfoot
#OTalk this would make a really interesting OT conference topic day like the OT and Personality disorder one done earlier in the year. Getting OT's together to discuss share and develop skills would be amazing!
Hannah Kay @HannahKayOT
First time joining #otalk tonight! I've always lurked in the background but really enjoyed it. Thanks!
Participation in Every Day Life Research Group @PIELRes
@RRule_OT @OTalk_ 👍🏻Great chat, thanks! @karenbeaulieuOT #OTalk
#Hellomynameis Yvette @YvetteHaynesOT
@JessikaLack_OT @RRule_OT That sounds fantastic! Perhaps this is something O.Ts working in other NHS Trusts could request. #OTalk
Norma Harrington @NormaMai_
I think a sensory based component would provide invaluable information in our initial assessments #OTalk #HillingdonOTs
Jade Reilly @JadeMarie_R
@thebakerstron @MillennialOT @RRule_OT #OTalk there are a vast number of domains measured using VdTMoCA APOM which sensory intervention could impact upon - risk management as identified by @Smalls_OT and another specific area to pay attention to could be communication/ interaction skills.
K-OT @kalessandram
@RRule_OT #otalk giving a voice to clients who often already know and try to seek what regulates them and making a plan to use the effective ones , it can be very empowering. Looking with the individual at what sensory activites meet their needs in the communty , eg joining a running club
Baker @thebakerstron
RT @JadeMarie_R: @thebakerstron @MillennialOT @RRule_OT #OTalk there are a vast number of domains measured using VdTMoCA APOM which sensory…
Hannah Kay @HannahKayOT
RT @katie_crowfoot: #OTalk this would make a really interesting OT conference topic day like the OT and Personality disorder one done earli…
Phil King @philking53
@lookhearaust @RRule_OT Sorry that's quite a pessimistic tweet! To get round this I strive to be consistently motivated towards sharing my knowledge with others, providing personal examples from my sensory self! #OTalk
Rachel OT 🌻 @_rachelOT
Thank you all so much for getting involved in this evenings #OTalk - your input has been fantastic! Looking forward to reading through the transcript. Hopefully we will all try to get involved in research in this area to promote its powerful impact in improving lives ☺️
ASI WISE @asi_wise
RT @OTPlymouthUni: Very excited that one of our students @RRule_OT features on @OTalk_ this week to discuss the use of Sensory Based Interv…
Phil King @philking53
@lookhearaust @RRule_OT The effect can resemble Twitter! One person passes onto 2 others and the domino's keep going! #OTalk #changeagent
Jade Reilly @JadeMarie_R
RT @thebakerstron: @RRule_OT #OTalk I feel it has the potential to - especially on HDU in high security @JadeMarie_R . However, OTs need to…
Norma Harrington @NormaMai_
@RRule_OT Thank you for facilitating this wonderful #OTalk - it was my first time participating but it definitely won't be my last. So insightful and really got me thinking. Best of luck for the future, it is definitely bright 🔆
Jade Reilly @JadeMarie_R
RT @thebakerstron: @MillennialOT @RRule_OT @JadeMarie_R #OTalk Consistent use of outcome measures - dependent on models/theories used. We u…
#Hellomynameis Yvette @YvetteHaynesOT
@kalessandram @RRule_OT Would the O.T need to be a qualified SI practitioner to integrate the assessment & implementation of sensory based interventions within the care pathway and initial screening? Or could the O.T have gained their sensory knowledge through other courses or work experience? #OTalk
#Hellomynameis Yvette @YvetteHaynesOT
@RRule_OT Thank you, I have enjoyed being a part of it and learning from everyone involved! #OTalk
Naomi OT @NaomiOT24
RT @NormaMai_: I think a sensory based component would provide invaluable information in our initial assessments #OTalk #HillingdonOTs http…
Lucy Myhill @OTlucymyhill
RT @NormaMai_: Would love to get input regarding sensory strategies that can really support people to manage self-injury, those we can expl…
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