Tylie Stokes BSc (hons), MSc
After qualifying with a first class hons degree in 2009, Tylie has undertaken a number of roles within paediatrics. Tylie has since specialised in neurorehabilitation and predominantly works with children with complex neurodisabilities. She has undertaken a post graduate MSc in neurorehabilitation and has subsequently published her dissertation entitled “Establishing the key components of an eye gaze assessment for children with complex neurodisabilities”. Tylie has completed additional training in Sensory Integration, Constraint Induced Movement Therapy and the Assisting Hand Assessment. She is a certified prescribed for Lycra garments and has expertise in upper limb management and splinting.
Tylie has experience working with solicitors and case managers and has undertaken additional legal training with Bond Solon.
Tylie has presented at a number of conferences and training events and in particular has special interests in hemiplegia, postural management and access to assistive technologies and powered mobility.
Emma Graham BSc (hons)
Emma qualified in 2003 with a BSc (Hons) degree in occupational therapy from the University of Brighton. She has over 18 years of experience in paediatric occupational therapy. Her clinical specialisms include developmental coordination disorder and sensory processing. She has completed post graduate training in Sensory Integration Therapy and is a certified CO-OP (cognitive orientation to occupational performance) therapist. She has completed post graduate training in the tribunal and EHCP process and has expertise working with children and families with cerebral palsy and acquired brain injury. Emma has a strong focus on delivering effective, efficient and evidence-based therapy.
Clare Blake (MSc)
Clare qualified as an occupational therapist in 2012, with an MSc from Brunel University. Since qualifying, Clare has pursued a successful career supporting children from babies to 19 years in schools, clinics and homes. Clare initially worked for an independent practice in South West London, working with the multi-disciplinary team across many prestigious independent schools. Clare then moved into the NHS working for a North London Borough. Here, Clare worked in mainstream settings as well as a number of special schools, including Profound to Moderate Learning Disabilities (PMLD), Autism Resource Provisions (ARP’s) and Autism (ASD) schools. Clare was also required to write re-housing reports, provide specialist equipment and complete manual handling and risk assessments as per of her Social Services role. In her more recent role, Clare has set up and run the OT department a school for children aged 6-19 years with Autism and associated difficulties. Clare has a special interest in Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD) and Autism and is a certified CO-OP therapist.
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