Mental Health Month is a good time to remind ourselves of the benefit of reflective practice.
To prevent the spread of COVID-19, we have put in a number of measures for visiting Forensicare’s services.
This year has been a crash course in learning how to connect in new and creative ways. First, it was connecting via virtual means when touch and physical proximity was reduced during COVID-19. Now, over the past few weeks we have had to learn how to form connections whilst half of our face is covered by a mask. Then add to that, for healthcare workers, the introduction of protective eye wear. We need to do this for the safety of ourselves [...]
Life will never quite be the same: and that’s okay.The New Normal: Navigating Ongoing Life During COVID-19, created by Lead OT Lorrae Mynard, is here to help.
In collaboration with Occupational Therapy Australia, Forensicare’s Lorrae Mynard has created an important resource for managing daily life amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Life has been disrupted. That much is clear. With the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, causing wide-spread changes to daily life, it’s more important than ever to support our communities with innovative ways to reconnect with our lives in isolation. That’s why Forensicare’s Lead Occupational Therapist, Lorrae Mynard, has created Normal life has been disrupted: a guide to managing disruption caused [...]