Prisons: The value of occupational therapy

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This short report illustrates how occupational therapists working with prison services can address two key challenges for prisons; high re-offending rates and an increasing prison population living with one or more health conditions. The report uses examples to demonstrate that occupational therapists can promote health and wellbeing for prisoners, design effective interventions to enable people to take up opportunities, advise on building design and minimise risk / improve safeguarding of vulnerable prisoners.

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