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I must really congratulate you and your team on the very creative construction of such a necessary module.
All people regardless of being a refugee or not, want a meaningful life, feel they are useful and use their skills to the maximum of their potential.”
Through Virtual Reality documentary we step into their shoes.
Globally there are under 3000 occupational therapists working with refugees with an ever-increasing need for these services as the number of forced displaced persons reaches a new tipping point of 79 million (2020).
The course responds to this challenge, up-skilling occupational therapists for successful working with displaced persons and marginalised communities. The course captures the nuance, breadth and complexities of working within a human rights paradigm with marginalised communities.
More information about the Virtual Reality advocacy documentary, Night Becomes Day
I am thrilled to have this available. I am an OT in the U.S. who has dreamed to work internationally as an OT, and this may be a niche. Coincidentally, the day I accepted a volunteer position to teach English to refugees in my local community, I received the newsletter for this course. I am so excited to complete this module.