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Tylie Stokes - BSc (Hons) OT, MSc Neurological Rehabilitation

Tylie has a wide range of Paediatric Occupational Therapy expertise, predominately with complex needs, neurodisability, specialist seating and assistive technology.

Highlighted Areas of Experience / Specialism

  • Tylie qualified as an Occupational Therapist from Brunel University in 2009, with a first class BSc Hons in Occupational Therapy and in 2014 completed her MSc in Neurological Rehabilitation.
  • She has worked with children who have a wide range of complex physical, sensory and learning needs from birth to adult.
  • Tylie has developed expertise in the assessment of eye gaze technology for children with complex neurodisability through her research into this area.

Professional Memberships

Member of BAOT (British Association of Occupational Therapists)

Registered with the HCPC (Health and Care Professions Council)

Career to Date

Occupational Therapist with ILS (Independent Living Solutions)

Highly Specialist (Clinical Lead) Occupational Therapist at The Children's Trust School. The role entails managing a team of Occupational Therapists and therapy assistants to ensure the smooth running of the occupational therapy service. She has overall responsibility for the occupational therapy service provision for approximately 50 children within the school, all with complex neurodisabilities.

Senior Paediatric Occupational Therapist working for Chailey Heritage Clinical Services, East Sussex providing assessment and ongoing support for children and families. The role involved the prescription and provision of appropriate assistive technology, specialist seating, mobility equipment and specialist equipment to support activities of daily living.

Community Occupational Therapist for Central Surrey Health. Tylie worked as a community based Occupational Therapist providing support and advice to parents and schools working with children with a variety of special needs and disabilities; including autistic spectrum disorder, developmental delay, neurological and movement disorders. The role involved providing assessment and intervention for the child based upon their individual goals.

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