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Upper Limb Rehabilitation – Computers and Robotics Workshop

DON’T MISS OUT ON THIS GREAT OPPORTUNITY It is with great pleasure that we invite you to attend the first Hands On Workshop of the Tyromotion equipment in Australia. To those of you who have already invested in this amazing technology for treating your patients this workshop will not only give you the chance to use other pieces of the Tyromotion equipment but also the opportunity to spend ti ...[Read More]

Employment Opportunity – Occupational Therapist Full Time / Part Time

Occupational Therapist full time / part time (Grade 2) Please click on the link to our ad on seek Join our growing private practice team.  AOTS is an Occupational Therapy clinic located in Moorabbin.  We treat our clients within the clinic for specialised upper limb treatment & rehabilitation.  We also complete community OT assessments and treatment. Varied community case load including home s ...[Read More]

WEBINAR Upper Limb Rehab Utilising Computer/Robotic Based Devices Wednesday 6 May 2015

WEBINAR Upper Limb Rehab Utilising Computer/Robotic Based Devices (National) – Wed 6 May 2015 Content: Explanation of Vicki’s Fellowship Research Theory behind computer/robotic based therapy Device requirements Explanation of Tyromotion devices used in the AOTS clinic Client Case Studies Demonstration of devices and computer software attached to the devices Learning objectives: To understand ...[Read More]

CI Therapy Workshop

CI Therapy Workshop

Congratulations to all the therapists who attended the CI Therapy workshop for the last 4 days (19th – 22nd March). A huge thank you to David Morris from the Taub Clinic at The University of Alabama who presented. Everyone enjoyed the course and were grateful for your amazing knowledge which you happily shared. David has agreed to revisit Melbourne to run another course, also expanding on lo ...[Read More]

An Introduction to Upper Limb Rehabilitation Workshop 26th May 2015

AOTS in conjunction with OT Australia are presenting a Workshop on Tuesday 26th May 2015 An Introduction to Upper Limb Rehabilitation Session outline: This workshop is aimed towards therapists and students who have little or no knowledge of upper limb rehab. It will give participants a solid introduction to upper limb rehabilitation. This session will incorporate both the assessment process as wel ...[Read More]

Visit to Parliament House

Visit to Parliament House

A very exciting day at Parliament House yesterday. Vicki and a team from OT Australia went to lobby with MP’s about the benefits of Occupational Therapy within the Victorian community.  

AOTS Workshop Constraint Induced Therapy 19-22 March 2015

AOTS would like to invite your to our 4 day workshop on the CI Therapy protocol.   The workshop will focus on CI Therapy treatment for UE rehabilitation for adults with chronic stroke with mild to moderate impairment, also discussed will be applications for lower extremity function and with paediatric clients.   At the end of the workshop, participants will understand the rationale and mechanics o ...[Read More]

AOTS Workshop Upper Limb Rehabilitation 17-19 April 2015

AOTS Workshop Upper Limb Rehabilitation 17-19 April 2015

AOTS is excited to invite you to the first Australian dedicated workshop for learning about, how to use and how to incorporate computer based and robotic technologies into your practice and everyday therapy. Not only with your Neurological injured clients such as Stroke, ABI and incomplete spinal cord injuries but also with orthopaedic injuries to the upper limb. Monkica Fuxjager, a very experienc ...[Read More]

Vicki’s published report by ISSI

Vicki’s published report by ISSI

Congratulations to Vicki for having her report published by the International Specialised Skills Institute. To read Vicki’s report on Innovation in Upper Limb Rehabilitation – Computer/ Robotic Based Therapy and Constraint Induced Therapy. click here 

New Motor Bolt Board

Motor Bolt Board - AOTS Image

Fine Motor Bolt Board available to purchase.Light weight, easily transportable.Made in Melbourne by AATAR – Rehabilitation and Therapy Aids Australia.Contact us for more details.  

Diego has Arrived

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Diego has arrived at our clinic. A virtual reality therapy that assists with regaining arm function. The Diego uses an Intelligent gravity compensation system (exercising in weightlessness). For more info: (03) 9555 0303. View video

New SOS Pendant.

SOS Pendant Image

We have seen a new SOS pendant on the market – MindMe MP-6. This pendant is suitable for use at home or within the community with no range limit. Compact and light, with multiple useful features. For further information: Nigel Markov on 0432604192