SAOT News and Updates

  • An interview feature of our Inspiring Occupational Therapists Award 2019 winner – Senior Principal Occupational Therapist Florence Cheong from Tan Tock Seng Hospital (TTSH). Florence was previously President of SAOT, current Head of Occupational Therapy Department at TTSH, and now a recipient of the SkillsFuture...

  • Senior Principal Occupational Therapist Nancy Ang from Department of Occupational Therapy, Singapore General Hospital, won the Superstar Award at the Singapore Health Quality Service Awards 2016. Learn about her perspectives as an Occupational Therapist working with Breast Cancer survivors through the link here: SHQSA 2016...

  • An article in The Straits Times shares how occupational therapists can help to delay the progression of mild cognitive impairments through engagement and participation in meaningful daily and instrumental activities for seniors. Environmental design to maintain a senior’s independence and use of sensory strategies for...

As occupational therapists, we are part of the professional community and joining the professional association (SAOT) not only offers development and connections with others in our field, but also enhances our professional profile. Having a well-represented professional body can have a very positive effect for our personal growth and it also impact the overall development of the profession. I have joined SAOT since graduation and I strongly encourage you to do so too!
— Mr Patrick Ker Director, Postgraduate Allied Health Institute (PGAHI) Senior Principal Occupational Therapist, Singapore General Hospital

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