Jacqueline qualified in 2005 from Oxford Brookes University going on to complete a post-graduate certificate in Sensory Integration at the University of Ulster in 2012.
In addition to her clinical work, Jaqueline uses excellent communication skills to develop good working relationships with clients and their families. She uses a client-centred and collaborative approach, bringing together those involved, to provide the child with the highest quality of support. She is skilled at professional assessment, advice, and treatment for children who require short or long-term support, to maximise their ability with daily tasks, and to achieve their potential.
Case management with children, young people, and their families.
Within a 1.5-hour travel radius of East London.
2018 to Present ILS Case Manager for children and young people.
2008 to Present Highly Specialist Occupational Therapist–Evelina London Community Services. Responsibilities include; Assessment and treatment of children from 0-19 with physical disabilities, Autistic Spectrum Disorders and other conditions affecting development. Complex case management/key working. Upper limb assessment and splinting. Detailed written reports and analysis of complex information. Service development responsibilities including audits. Contribution to policy writing around manual handling.
2015 to Present Associate Occupational Therapist with The OT Practice. Managing a range of cases as a band 7 OT.
2014 to Present Care Quality Commission - Specialist advisor. Participating in CQC inspections when required, providing verbal and written information to the inspection lead.
2007 to 2008 Occupational Therapist Guys and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust - Pre-operative and post-operative assessment and treatment of both adult and paediatric orthopaedic patients, post-operative rehabilitation, discharge planning, supervision of junior members of staff.
2005 to 2007 Occupational Therapist University Hospital Lewisham. Rational post covering the areas of acute medical, elderly care and orthopedic wards.
Jacqueline is committed to maintaining her skills and abilities, and engages readily in a varied training supported by Independent Living Solutions covering the following areas:
Recruitment and Employment.
Moving and Handling.
Managing the complexities of running a care team
Management of Risk.
Emergency First Aid at work.