Do you work in minor adaptations?

Royal College seeking OTs to participate in survey to inform work

Published on 23rd February 2018

The Royal College of Occupational Therapists is urging OTs whose roles involve adaptations to complete a survey to inform their future work.

The Royal College published ‘Minor Adaptations Without Delay’ in 2006 bt is seeking to establish whether the document needs updating and has commissioned the Housing Learning information Network to carry out this work.

As part of the process, the RCOT is urging OTs whose job involves the assessment for adaptation or the installation process for adaptations (for example occupational therapist, occupational therapy assistant, housing surveyor, or technical officer) to complete a survey.

Your comments remain anonymous but can inform the process of establishing whether the guide needs updating.

To participate, you can fill in the survey online on the Survey Monkey system.                                         

If you would like further information about the project, please contact Ian Copeman -

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