Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy is part of an integrated Therapy Service with Physiotherapy

Occupational Therapy is a healthcare profession concerned with helping people to fulfil their potential in daily activities following illness or accident, helping them to return to everyday life. Day to day activities are those valued by each individual and may be beneficial to health and wellbeing, such as work, leisure and self care activities.

Should you be referred to an Occupational Therapist within Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, you will be offered specialist assessment and they will ensure your rehabilitation needs are met.


Our Services Occupational Therapy Services Provided   Social Services Adult Helpdesk

Need Occupational Therapy but not in hospital?

For Occupational Therapy at home, please contact the Social Services Adult Helpdesk?

Inpatient Occupational Therapy Team

Contacting Occupational Therapy

  OT Equipment

OT Equipment

Information on how to return equipment and where to purchase small aids





Useful links

Information for Occupational Therapy students

Occupational Therapy Work Experience

What do our patients say about us?



College of Occupational Therapists

Health and Care Professions Council

How can I make myself healthier?



Occupational Therapy vacancies are advertised on the NHS jobs website