A map of site visitors (above) WELCOME, we hope you enjoy exploring the site. . .let us know you visited!
"I'm glad to know OT help for refugees and asylum seekers. I think you help many people and actually practice the Occupational Justice concept.It needed because more and more people suffer from natural disaster, uncertain political situation and so on. I hope I can do something for refugees and asylum seekers with you." Natsuko Ito, OT, Japan firstname.lastname@example.org (24.12.11)
"Great Work! I am interested in learning more. I have done some work helping refugees assimilate to life in the U.S. Glad there is an OT group that is working on a global level!" Natalie Harr, USA email@example.com (18.08.11)
"It was really facinating to read for an OT student looking at doing a community development project with refugees!" Chloe M, Australia firstname.lastname@example.org (11.05.11)
"As someone in the system of asylum, OT is very important to most of the asylum seekers due to what they have gone through in,their lives. This is a very good idea, hope so many will benefit from the project. Good luck Ellen and colleagues." Miriam Birungi Omoro, Europe, Expert by refugee experience email@example.com (15.2.11)
"You guys are doing a wonderful thing, I would want to be part of your work!" Kushinga Maneswa, Africa, OT student. firstname.lastname@example.org (11.2.11)
"So glad Tamar referred you to me! Lovely program you have...I hope to share this information on the new Child Development Club website: www.childdevelopmentclub.org and hope some people contact you about your great work!" Laura Efinger, Egypt, OT. email@example.com (11.2.11)
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Join OOFRAS Inc - online form & donation on membership page
Ask directors a question or book a Skype call - contact us page
Brochure - download here to print double sided, fold and share!
Quick read - re occupational needs of refugees here
Literature - Mendeley research group here