Australian Occupational Therapy Journal (AOTJ) has released a virtual issue, aligning with Occupational Therapy Australia’s Virtual Mental Health Forum on November 16, 2020.

We are thrilled that CMHL's very own Statewide Occupational Therapy Educator, Phoebe Williamson, had her research ‘Making sense of it together: Youth & families co‐create sensory modulation assessment and intervention in community mental health settings to optimise daily life’ selected for inclusion.

The virtual issue is now live here and is free to read until January 15 2021. A great opportunity to access some of the latest mental health OT research without a paywall!

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