After a year of delivering expert clinical content via webinars to Occupational Therapists and the wider healthcare market, Closomat are back with a brand new calendar of events.

Hosted by Closomat but delivered by industry-leading clinicians, The OT Service, this new series of events promises to be another year of excellence.

Running quarterly these new webinars will be themed to cover specific aspects of clinical life, often specialised in by OTs as they progress through their careers.

Supportive materials

With more time available in between each event and the full schedule pre-published in advance, Closomat hopes to attract key groups of healthcare providers either taking the opportunity to upskill or others wishing to add to their existing skillset.

Additionally, Closomat will be publishing complimentary documents which will directly support the content delivered by The OT Service during the webinars.

Robin Tuffley, Closomat Marketing Manager, “Now that we have a proven model for our webinars, demonstrated by the sheer numbers that attend live or watch them on our YouTube Channel, we felt it was time to update the content further.”

Special guest speaker – Lucy Leonard, Senior Occupational Therapist

Each event will be structured in such a way as to provide attendees a forum to ask questions at the end of the webinar and have them answered live by either a Closomat representative or The OT Service.

Lucy, a Clinical Specialist Occupational Therapist with extensive knowledge of major adaptations, neurological and vocational assessments, with over 20 years’ experience in the field. Lucy is an expert in providing bespoke living solutions for all groups of people, focusing on maintaining people’s independence to live alone (or as close as possible).

Facilitating Safe and Independent Toilet Transfers, especially considering wheelchair transfers

Scheduled to run for an hour, the webinar’s learning outcomes will be:

  • To provide an overview of what constitutes a safe transfer.
  • To review how occupational therapy can guide, support and facilitate transfers and reduce risks.
  • To confidently evaluate a range of toileting equipment that can assist with transfers and clinically reason its recommendation.
  • To implement learning through case studies to assist with practice.

Register now!

‘Moving & Handling – Facilitating Safe and Independent Toilet Transfers’ ran on 23rd September 2021 watch it here