Bringing Occupational Therapy Training to Ukraine

Bringing Occupational Therapy Training to Ukraine

By Ukraine Crisis Appeal
The Ukraine Crisis Appeal is hoping to deliver a much needed Occupational Therapy training Program, partnering with the Ukrainian Society of Ergotherapists, Kirrily Manning from Curtain University, and the Ukrainian Catholic University Lviv. Listen now to find out more about the program, what OT is, Kirrily’s work and how funds raised ultimately help many Ukrainians in need & change lives. UkraineCrisisAppeal.org
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Bringing Occupational Therapy Training to Ukraine
 You’re about to hear a podcast interview with Kirrily Manning. She is an Australian Occupational Therapist from Curtin University, who has a significant passion & worked many years to help Ukraine. Currently there is no official education course for Occupational Therapy (OT) in Ukraine. The Ukraine Crisis Appeal is hoping to change this, partnering with the Ukrainian Society of Ergotherapists, Kirrily Manning from Curtin University, and the Ukrainian Catholic University Lviv to deliver a much needed, sustainable training program. Listen now to find out more about the program, what Occupational Therapy is, Kirrily’s previous work and how funds raised ultimately help many Ukrainians in need & change lives. If you wish to donate to the Crisis Appeal, you can at ukrainecrisisappeal.org. Donations are tax deductible. If you have any queries, you can email sonia [at] ozeukes [dot] com
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December 16, 2019