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My experience and interpersonal skills enable me to develop a good rapport with my clients. I am committed to excellence and use my assessment and problem-solving skills to facilitate my clients to achieve their goals.
2015 to Mar 2018 Juliette worked one day per week at a local residential specialist school and college treating and managing a small caseload of clients aged 5-25.
2007 to 2016 Paediatric Physiotherapy Department, Swindon PCT/ Borough Council, worked as lead therapist for a traded service of therapists who are responsible for the therapy and management of pupils aged 2-19 within a special school. Provided professional leadership to the team as well as liaising with the school heads over issues such as therapy requirements and staff training/competencies. Holding a clinical caseload Juliette maintains skills in the treatment and management of children with complex disabilities.
Apr 2002 to Dec 2007 Sure Start Local Programme, Swindon (half time secondment) lead responsibility for implementing and delivering early Physiotherapy intervention to children aged 0-5 with identified or potential physical difficulties. Offering training to the Sure Start team to guarantee the early identification of motor skill delay and ensuring appropriate interventions were put in place. She was responsible for raising awareness and understanding of the impact of disability on early physical development and function within the team.
Nov 1998 to Aug 2003 Paediatric Therapy Department, Victoria Hospital, Swindon, Lead Physiotherapist within the child development assessment team assessing children referred for multi-agency assessment. Treating and managing children identified through the child development assessment or referred directly by GPs and Paediatricians. During this post Juliette spent six months as acting head of Paediatric Therapy, which gave her valuable experience in the operational management of a small team of Paediatric Occupational Therapists and Physiotherapists.
Jan 1996 to Aug 1998 Stoke Mandeville Hospital Children’s Centre, at the children’s centre Juliette was responsible for the treatment and management of a varied caseload of children aged between 0 and 16 in a variety of community settings.
Juliette is committed to maintaining her skills and abilities and engages readily in varied training supported by Independent Living Solutions Ltd covering the following areas: