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Jane Pratley -

Jane is a highly-experienced posture management clinical specialist. She trained as a Physiotherapist and has worked in the field of complex disability and neurodisability since 1998. Jane completed the Postgraduate Certificate in Posture Management, Oxford Brookes University in 2005 and her MSc Neurorehabilitation in 2008. She has extensive experience of working with adults and children with complex physical disabilities.

Key Areas of Expertise Include

  • Posture management assessment and therapeutic intervention
  • Assessment and prescription of specialist wheelchairs and seating, including powered wheelchairs
  • Assessment and prescription of specialist equipment to support postural care over a 24-hour period
  • Working with individuals and their support teams to integrate postural care into everyday life
  • Bespoke postural care training for individuals and their support teams
  • Working across all community settings and other care environment

Location

Based in West Sussex and available to work across South East England; working flexible hours to suit the needs of the client and their family.

Professional Information

Physiotherapy BSc (Hons) Leeds Metropolitan University 1996
Post Graduate Certificate in Posture Management, Oxford Brookes University in 2005
MSc Neurorehabilitation, Brunel University 2008
Member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists (CSP)
Registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC)
Member of the Posture Mobility Group (PMG)
Member of the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Neurology (ACPIN)

Career to Date

Posture and Seating Advisor, Rehabilitation Solutions

Posture and Seating Advisor with ILS, providing comprehensive assessment and intervention for people with complex physical health needs, including assessment of 24 hour specialist equipment, including wheelchairs, seating and sleep systems.

Jane has extensive experience of working as a senior clinician within adult neurorehabilitation, a specialist wheelchair and seating service and in community settings. She has worked at specialist tertiary services, including the Specialist Disability Service based at the Oxford Centre for Enablement.

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