Supporting Occupational Therapy in low and middle income countries
Supporting Occupational Therapy in low and middle income countries

Mission Statement



OT Frontiers is a network of occupational therapists based in the UK who support the development of occupational therapy in low and middle income countries.  We collaborate with our overseas colleagues in projects they undertake.  We strive to understand how as UK occupational therapists we can most appropriately apply our practice in the context of these countries.






Recently received  news highlights - more details on our News page.


Appropriate Paper Technology


Notes from our last meeting in July on the presentation by members of People Potential

about their projects involving Appropriate Paper Technology 


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MOOC: Deafness in the 21st Century: Low and Middle Income Countries


Launching 8th Feb 2016 



HI UK continue to work in Nepal and Gaza


Updates available 


Volunteering and Work Opportunities


As we recieve information from other organisations about volunteering and work opportunities we will display them on this page.




A downloadable resource with ideas for therapists preparing to practice in low and middle income countries.

April 2014.


Appropriate Paper Technology course in September 2016


Week long course in Hampshire.


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Disaster and Development, an occupational perspective


A new manual published by the WFOT


MAITS launch their new website


Worth visiting for information about how they support OT in developing countries.


UK International Emergency Trauma Register


Occupational Therapists can now join the register of health professionals who attend international emergency rescues.


Our next meeting

You are welcome.


Our next meeting will be on 17th October 2016 in London


The Venue has yet to be agreed


Further information


For notes about the presentation at our last meeting please see the News section opposite.

Small grants for OT development projects

OT Frontiers offers up to 5 grants a year of up to £100 each for Occupational Therapy projects which contribute towards the development of the profession in low and middle income countries.


Small grants information



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