Welcome to Occupational Therapy!
Engagement in occupation to support participation in life!
What is Occupational Therapy?
Being able to engage in the daily tasks of life - those tasks that are mundane and those that are of the utmost importance - is the critical focus of Occupational Therapy. The daily patterns of our lives make us who we are - to do is to be.
Occupational Therapy facilitates people to do the day-to-day activities that are important and meaningful to their health and well-being through engaging in valued occupations.
The Inpatient department is located on the ground floor of the Victoria complex between Dermatology/ Ground Floor Vic ward.
The Outpatient / Hand therapy unit is located further down the corridor near the Victoria Entrance.
- Aileen Ryan, Occupational Therapy Manager, Bleep #799
- Sheila Roche, Senior Occupational Therapist, Bleep #848
- Nora Verling, Senior Occupational Therapist, Bleep #842
- Maria Bevan, Occupational Therapist, Bleep #799
- Helen Slyne, Occuaptional Therpaist,Bleep#849
Opening hours 8am- 4.30 pm Monday-Friday