Clare graduated with a degree in Physiotherapy at the University of Manchester in 2000. In 2007 she completed a Masters degree in Health Sciences from St Georges University.
In addition to her clinical work, Clare uses her client centred approach and communication skills to ensure she develops and maintains good working relationships with her clients and their families. She advocates strongly on behalf of her clients aiming to ensure that best interest and choice is paramount. Clare works with clients and their families to assist in maximising the client’s full potential in all aspects of daily life.
Case management and Physiotherapy for children with complex needs.
Within 1 ½ to 2 hour commute from base near Tunbridge Wells, Kent.
2016 - Present Case Manager/Physiotherapist for Independent Living Solutions.
2014 - Present Rehabilitation and Care Expert
Clare provides detailed reports to assist the courts in medical negligence cases by completing assessments and making independent expert recommendations.
The reports involve a detailed assessment in order to make recommendations related to the care, rehabilitation and equipment needs of the individual. The reports cover conditions such as cerebral palsy, erbs palsy, hip dysplasia. Additional work includes letters, case conferences, meetings of experts and court attendance.
2003 - 2016 Chailey Heritage Clinical Services
In this role she was responsible for providing a high standard of specialist physiotherapy to the children and young people on her caseload who have complex neurological conditions including cerebral palsy and acquired brain injury. Clare also worked as part of a multidisciplinary tertiary service providing physiotherapy assessment and advice to outpatients at a variety of clinics at Chailey Heritage Clinical Services including posture management, neuromuscular and orthopaedics.
2009 - 2011 Children’s’ Integrated Therapy Service
County wide physiotherapy professional lead for providing leadership and advice to the paediatric physiotherapy team and service, leading on policy and service development and training. She was also involved in the development of the therapy services integrating between health, education and socials services.
Clare is committed to maintaining her skills and abilities and engages readily in a varied training supported by Independent Living Solutions covering the following areas: