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The VdTMoCA Foundation (UK) is a Community Interest Company that works on a voluntary, not-for-profit basis for the benefit of the occupational therapy community - YOU

We do fantastic work and we need you to support us, so we can support you. Membership is just 28p a week!  What does that get you?  It won't buy you a packet of crisps, but it will give you access to a large number of resources in the members' forum, the Participation publication and much, much more.  Learn more

If you have any queries regarding membership, please contact: membership@vdtmocaf-uk.com

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Members' 2018 edition of Participation is out now!

Don't miss out on informative, useful and inspiring articles on the VdTMoCA in practice

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Exciting new publication to be launched 18th July 2017!

The 2nd of our practical guides will be formally launched at the International VdTMoCA Conference in London on the 18th July, focusing on the use of the VdTMoCA with people with learning disabilities.

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New shop page makes purchasing essential resources easier!

All resources available for you to purchase are now in one easy shop page.

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OTs' perspectives of the VdT MoCA

OTs' perspectives of the VdT MoCA

Members: Click here for results of the 2013 survey

Research and Networking

Research and Networking

Connections for participation.

Centres of Excellence

Centres of Excellence

Developing UK services as exemplars of the model in practice. Visit the first centre.

Training, CPD and Resources

Training, CPD and Resources

Find out how you can develop your creative ability.

In Global Contexts

In Global Contexts

The cross-national relevance of the VdT MoCA.

Assessment and Treatment

Assessment and Treatment

Assessment, Assessment recording tools and outcome measures

What is the VdT MoCA

What is the VdT MoCA

The Vona du Toit Model of Creative Ability (Vdt MoCA) is an occupational therapy practice model originating from South Africa.