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The VdTMoCA Foundation UK are here to inspire people to learn; to support people to put theory into practice, and to encourage practices to create evidence. By connecting us as a community, we can develop the use of the model, and promote our professional identity.

Curious about the VdTMoCA?

Just starting out? Learn more about the model and see what other people thought when they used it.

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Want to make connections?

Do you have any questions? Connect with the team here, and meet the ‘friends of the foundation'

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Need some help? Or want something more?

Look up our professional development opportunities and how we can work with you!

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Join our community of Occupational Therapists

Become a member, network with other OTs and spread the word!

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Are you thinking of taking it further?

Are you already using the model and want to do more? Looking for research opportunities or got ideas about developing the evidence base?

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Contact us!

We're always here to help. Please feel free to get in touch at any time.

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The VdTMoCA Foundation (UK) is a Community Interest Company, working as a not-for-profit organisation, for the benefit of the occupational therapy community.

We are a small group of occupational therapists who work on a voluntary basis, so we need you to support us, so we can support you. Membership is just £15 a year and helps us to publish books, deliver free study days to our members, provide you with access to a large amount of resources and available literature. We also offer support and create networking opportunities for those new to the model and services in the process of embedding the model in to clinical practice.

Please support us in becoming a member so we can continue to develop and grow the VdTMoCA throughout the UK.