Working across our adult services within multi-disciplinary teams, our Occupational Therapists visit patients in their own homes, helping them to achieve their health goals using shared decision-making techniques.
Our Occupational Therapists enable patients to take control of their condition and their life, overcoming physical and psychological barriers by providing practical support.
The OT role here at Bristol Community Health is enjoyable in many ways. Helping people to stay in their own homes is rewarding, while the role itself offers lots of professional diversity.
Our people are also proud to be part of a supportive team, sharing experience and knowledge and helping to shape the service for the benefit of our patients and our people.
You don’t need to have community healthcare experience to join us but you must be a registered OT with professional experience.
Our Adult Health service
Watch this film about working in our Adult Health Service to hear more about Occupational Therapy , as well as other aspects of our work, including Community Nursing, Specialist Nursing and Physiotherapy:
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Our Patient’s stories
Watch Mustafa’s story and see how our teams have worked collaboratively with him and his family.