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The assistive technology sector’s leading magazine AT Today will be available for free for all occupational therapists attending this year’s OT Show.

Read by thousands of professionals in the expanding and evolving assistive technology market, AT Today will be in each visitor bag at The OT Show, ensuring occupational therapists are kept informed about the latest innovations in the exciting field.

The magazine has been distributed from leading events throughout 2019, including the popular Occupational Therapy Adaptations Conferences (OTAC), Disabled Living Foundation’s Moving and Handling Conference, as well as Warrington Disability Partnership’s Disability Awareness Day.

“The amount and pace of innovation taking place in the assistive technology sector is staggering and really transforming lives, giving disabled people unprecedented levels of mobility and independence,” commented Sarah Sarsby, Editor of AT Today.

“It is an area that is only going to see more development and staying abreast of all the changes and new technology can prove difficult for busy healthcare and industry professionals.

“AT Today addresses this with highly-informative and educational content to help ensure those in the sector know what new technology is out there to improve the lives of their clients, so we are delighted it will be available to attendees at this year’s OT Show.”

The upcoming issue of AT Today, due in January 2020, will include special features on paediatrics, moving and handling, bathing and toileting, telecare and specialist seating, with expert advice and insights from Promoting Independence’s Stuart Barrow, A1 Risk Solution’s Deborah Harrison, The OT Service’s Kate Sheehan and the DLF’s Clare Barber.

The 2020 magazine will be available at OTAC’s spring conferences (Drayton Manor, Midlands in January; Llanelli, Wales in February; Leeds in April), Kidz to Adultz Middle and Naidex in March, as well as Med Tech Expo in April.

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