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  • Clinical Tips

    Occupational Therapy Clinical Tips for Huntington’s Disease. The occupational therapy special interest group in Huntington’s disease which includes Kirsty Page and Suzi Kerrell-Vaughan, launch stand- alone clinical tips at the OT show on 23rd November 2016. These offer practical clinical tips for occupational therapists whom may have little knowledge of Huntington’s Disease but are working in this complex area. Each tip offers best practice guidance on the clinical management of Huntington’s disease to assist practitioners to make decisions regarding best patient care.   They have been written using the evidence available and upon clinical experience and expert consensus of specialist occupational therapists working with people with Huntington’s disease and their families.  The clinical tips include an introduction to how a functional activity can be impacted by the physical, cognition and/or psychological changes of Huntington’s disease.  Recommendations are given on how to assist activity including equipment suggestions.  The clinical tip cover the following areas: Self care Eating and drinking Domestic Skills Work Social and leisure activities Community living skills and outdoor mobility Seating and posture Sleep routine and management End stage and palliative care
  • OT for People with HD: Guidelines

    Occupation Therapy for People with Huntington's Disease: Best Practice Guidelines. These guidelines have been developed by the ‘UK’s Occupational Therapist Specialist Interest Group for Huntington’s Disease’. The group was founded by Kirsty Page, Senior Occupational Therapist at Badby Park, and consists of leading occupational therapists from across the country and who work in a variety of health, social care and specialist settings. The guidelines were created in conjunction with the European Huntington’s Disease Network and aim to support the provision of truly individualised care for people living with the disease and enable uniformity of care internationally. They also to raise awareness of the daily challenges presented by the illness and the possible therapy solutions available to address these issues.  
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