To work with this professional, please contact ILS on 01722 742 442.
I have worked extensively with adults and most of my clients have had an acquired brain injury sustained at birth, in childhood, or adulthood. I am experienced in supporting individuals who have some or all of the following: epilepsy, physical impairments, communication impairments, cognitive impairments and psychological impairments.
I am energetic and innovative in my approach and very experienced in supporting adult clients and their families particularly in the areas of self-care, leisure and vocational activities and am familiar and confident in dealing with issues which come up during and post-litigation.
I am a professional mentor for a small team of ILS Case Managers, providing them with professional support to meet ILS’ high standards of client care and reflect the company values.
"When I was asked who I thought would be a good case manager for a very challenging client I was working with, my first thought was Eliot Lamb because of his empathetic and professional approach. I’ve worked with Eliot with more than one client over the past five years and I would fully recommend him. In addition to the excellent support he offered the client and team I also found his Supervisions incredibly beneficial for my reflective practice."
O.A Dip Cognitive Behaviour Therapy Support Specialist
"Eliot Lamb, our case manager, has an excellent relationship both with my client and his support team."
Sian Thompson, Court of Protection Deputy
2005 to 2006 Southampton Community Learning Disability team (locum post). Occupational therapist working with adult clients assisting them to maximize their potential in self care and leisure activities. Advising support staff how to engage with clients. Assessing for and sourcing assistive equipment.
2005 to 2005 Nunton Unit Neurological Outpatients, Salisbury District Hospital (locum post). Occupational therapist working with adults with acquired neurological conditions such as strokes, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s Disease, and traumatic brain injury. Assessing functional ability including ability to carry out activities of daily living in home environment; memory (using Rivermead Behavioural Memory Test), and screening for suitability of return to driving (using Stroke Drivers’ Screening Assessment). Assessing for and sourcing assistive equipment. Working closely with neurophysiotherapists, specialist stroke nurse, and Social Services.
2003 to 2005 Southampton Community Learning Disability Team (locum post).
Member of the Sexual Health and Disability Alliance (SHADA) which brings together professionals who work with disabled people and who may be struggling to support them in their sexual expression.
Eliot is committed to maintaining his skills and abilities and engages readily in varied training supported by Independent Living Solutions Ltd covering the following areas: