Issue Information
The technological revolution, occupational therapy practice and research
Upper limb motor training using a Saebo™ orthosis is feasible for increasing task‐specific practice in hospital after stroke
Could everyday technology improve access to assessments? A pilot study on the feasibility of screening cognition in people with Parkinson's disease using the Montreal Cognitive Assessment via Internet videoconferencing
Assistive Technology in Australia
Occupational therapy students’ technological skills
Allied health management of technology‐related musculoskeletal complaints among children and adolescents
Use of a driving simulator to improve on‐road driving performance and cognition in persons with Parkinson's disease
The aesthetic appeal of assistive technology and the economic value baby boomers place on it
Capturing everyday experiences of typically developing children aged five to seven years
Addressing the occupational needs of refugees and asylum seekers
Occupational therapists are well placed to develop, support and embed carer programmes
Smart‐home technologies were found to support some domains of independent living when ageing at home
A personal digital assistant intervention reduced job coaching support hours without reducing work performance among workers with autism
OT AUSTRALIA Position Statement