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I pride myself on ensuring the work I do is client centred and enabling. As a case manager, I use my occupational therapy background to support me in my role. My clinical experience enables me to be able to build a rehabilitation package that make sure all the needs of the client are met and the client will reach their potential.
2008 – present. Board member of DOTS Disability CIC.
A community interest company set up by disabled people to support local and national organisations to work with disabled people, older people and carers. Work involves providing consultancy services such as advice on regeneration projects, disability equality training, Trusted Assessor Training for simple aids of daily living (OCN Accredited)
2008 – 2018. Manager Occupational Therapist, DOTS Disability.
Working with adults with neurological injury/ diagnosis. Assessment and treatment to maximize clients’ potential in self-care, leisure, and vocational activities. Assessment and advice on adaptations within the home to enable independence. Design and delivery of Accredited Trusted Assessor Training across the UK. Supervision of disabled volunteers within projects based in Access Dorset.
2005-2008 Senior I Occupational Therapist, Bournemouth and Christchurch Hospitals NHS Trust, Christchurch Hospital, Dorset.
Provision of neurological assessment to clients in the community, including standardised assessments as required. Working with clients with neurological conditions such as strokes, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease and brain injury. Supervision of junior members of staff. Enabling clients to maximize their potential in self-care, leisure activities and return to work programmes. Assessment and provision of assistive equipment. Working closely with Neuro-physiotherapists, and social services.
2002-2005 Senior I Occupational Therapist, South Hams and West Devon PCT.
Provision of assessment and treatment with clients who have complex needs to maximise independence in self-care, and leisure.
Provision of assistive equipment and advice for adaptations to the home. Working closely with Social Services.
Odile is committed to maintaining her skills and abilities and engages readily in varied training supported by Independent Living Solutions Ltd covering the following areas: