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Emma Fieldsend

Emma specialized as an Occupational Therapist in Paediatrics in 2004 and has expertise in working with children who have neurological conditions and their families in both hospital and community settings.

Highlighted Areas of Experience/Specialism

  • Emma is a HCPC registered Occupational Therapist who qualified in 2002 from Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen with a BSc (Hons) Occupational Therapy.
  • She has worked in community and clinical settings with both children and adults with a wide range of disabilities.
  • Emma worked as a Senior Occupational Therapist with children from birth to nineteen who have complex needs.

Professional Memberships

Member of BAOT (British Association of Occupational Therapists)
Member of the Children, young people and Families specialist section of the BAOT
Registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC)

Career to Date

Case Manager/Occupational Therapist with Independent Living Solutions.

Lead Occupational Therapist for the Children’s occupational therapy service at Southampton Children’s Hospital. Managing the day to day running of the occupational therapy service and intervention with children with a wide range of disabilities and health needs. Clinically responsible for the treatment of children with neurological conditions.

Specialist Paediatric Occupational Therapist in neurology, providing assessment and treatment to children with acquired brain injury and neurological conditions in both the hospital and community settings. This includes assessment and equipment provision and manual handling advice for children with complex multi-factorial needs at home and school.

Senior Paediatric Occupational Therapist working with children from Birth to nineteen, providing specialist equipment, adaptations and manual handling advice for children in their own homes.

Community Occupational Therapist, providing specialist equipment and adaptations to both children and adults with a wide range of disabilities.

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