Community occupational therapy: useful websites Below are links to websites that our team has found useful and you might too. Occupational therapy websites Occupational therapy Health and Care Professions Council – regulatory body for health professionals, ensuring occupational therapists meet a high standard of training and professional skills. British Association of Occupational Therapists – professional body for occupational therapists in the UK, providing leadership and setting professional standards. Information on particular areas of difficulty and conditions National Autistic Society (NAS) – UK charity for people with autism (including Asperger syndrome) and their families. The website provides information and support Hemi Help – charity providing support and information to people with hemiplegia Scope – charity that supports disabled people and their families in England and Wales Downs Syndrome Association – helping people with Down's syndrome to live full and rewarding lives Bliss – offers help and support for parents of premature and sick babies. CanChild – a research and educational centre that provides evidence-based information to improve the lives of children and young people with disabilities and their families. Dyspraxia Association – is a UK based charity which helps people understand and cope with all types of dyspraxia. Meet Joshua – website explaining developmental co-ordination disorder Support for families Contact a Family – provides advice, information and support to families with disabled children across the UK. The local family information directories for Lambeth and Southwark provide information about local children’s services, including parenting support, childcare, activities, schools, healthcare, or services for children with special needs. The special education needs websites for Lambeth and Southwark provide information for children with additional needs. Information, Advice and Support Services Network (IASS Network) – provide training and support to local Information Advice and Support (IAS) Services across England. Find your local Information Advice and Support (IAS) service Handwriting Handwriting without Tears – an easy way to teach pre-printing, printing, and cursive handwriting for all children from reception through to year five. Typing resources Help Kidz Learn Tux type BBC dance mat typing Free typing games Only typing games Visual perception activities Eye Can Learn – free worksheets to help children with their visual perception.