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Dear Occupational Therapy Community

Richard_Scope
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Georgia Vine is an Occupational Therapy student and ambassador for CP Teens, she also writes the most excellent blog Not So Terrible Palsy.

I will let Georgia explain in her own words

Now, I know what you’re thinking and yes, this post is a bit late in the month to just be addressing this subject, there is a reason and that’s because I have just finished my daily posts on Twitter for CP awareness month.

This year because I’m knee-deep in my studies I wanted to do simple but effective and most importantly I wanted to reiterate the importance of online communities (I know you’re shocked). So, it came to me daily Tweets from the CP community to the OT community.

At first, I was going to just give these 24 people a shout-out but after my post on Twitter about my idea got a few responses I decided that I’d contact people for them to fill in the Tweet themselves so they could include whatever they wanted. I’m so glad I did because the variety was awesome!

So, grab a cuppa and let’s begin… 

Scope
Specialist Information Officer and Cerebral Palsy Programme Lead

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