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The first issue of 2020 and the second issue of the newly-launched print version of AT Today is now available to read online for free.

AT Today is read by thousands of occupational therapists, carers, nursing & rehabilitation specialists, speech & language therapists and physiotherapists in the assistive technology sector. The popular magazine keeps busy healthcare professional informed about the latest innovations in the growing field that can help their clients remain independent.

In the winter/spring issue, A1 Risk Solutions’ Deborah Harrison explores the barriers and benefits of single-handed care and how to create sustainable solutions. Where the A1 Risk Solutions approach has been introduced, the number of councils that have converted cases from double-handed to single-handed care has increased from 40 percent to 60-89 percent.

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AT Today also recaps on some of the latest and greatest innovations at the 2019 OT Show and Rehacare, with products including an assistive robotic arm, an engaging virtual reality glove for patient rehabilitation and a stylish kettle for people with limited dexterity.

An article by The OT Service’s Kate Sheehan and Repose Furniture covers what needs to be considered when specifying a chair for somebody with Parkinson’s disease.

In addition, AT Today covers some of the best assistive technology products available in moving & handling, telecare, bathing & toileting and paediatrics.

Key upcoming events and CPD-accredited courses are also covered in the winter/spring issue.

Where to pick up your free copy of AT Today:

  • OTAC Midlands: 22nd January 2020, Drayton Manor Theme Park
  • OTAC Llanelli: 5th February 2020, Stradey Park Hotel & Spa
  • Kidz to Adultz Middle: 4th March 2020, Ricoh Arena, Coventry
  • Naidex: 17th-18th March 2020, NEC, Birmingham
  • Med-Tech Innovation Expo: 1st-2nd April 2020, NEC, Birmingham
  • OTAC Leeds: 22nd April 2020, Weetwood Hall Estate & Conference
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