Our clinical team have a wide range of expertise in working with children and young people, including specialist sensory integration therapy.
Occupational Therapist and Case Manager, Christine Robson, introduced sensory integration therapy for Lucy – a young girl with acquired brain injury.
Following a spinal cord injury which resulted in physical difficulties including limited mobility and use of his hands and arms, Tom received upper limb therapy from A Chance for Life Occupational Therapist Olivia Dernie, to help him recover meaningful functional independence and quality of life.
In this special video, our client Lawrence talks about the progress he has made with the help of his case manager, Kate Bleasby, and his entire multi-disciplinary team, following a car accident which left him with severe physical injuries and acquired brain injury.
With a young growing client like Sam, constant monitoring is needed to ensure equipment remains suitable for their needs.
In this case study, Christine Robson, Sam’s Case Manager, explains how her clinical background and good collaborative work between the multidisciplinary team made a big difference.