NEW: Occupational Therapy: working with Displaced Persons

NEW: Occupational Therapy: working with Displaced Persons

by Kit Sinclair -
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Occupational Therapy: Working with Displaced Persons

The unprecedented explosion of global migration is one of the most significant global developments in the past quarter century. Occupational therapists have a role to take!

WFOT provides you the opportunity to step into the shoes of displaced persons and occupational therapists through their stories and the immersive experience of virtual reality to understand your role in working with refugees and displaced persons on their migratory path. You will learn about the issues facing displaced persons on the move, the international humanitarian sector which serves this population and how you fit into this role.  You will apply your learning to circumstances in different parts of the world. Give yourself about 35 hours of student learning ending in a WFOT Completion Certificate.

Join this exciting new module. Enjoy developing your skills in this emerging area of practice.