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Our Therapy Team of Advanced Paediatric Occupational Therapists includes extremely experienced professionals with vast knowledge of the paediatric specialist sector.

We understand the challenges associated with children who may have complex and hidden needs in their homes, schools and community settings.

Supported by a strong Administrative team, we are able to provide advice, guidance and treatments to children and young people all over the UK.

A safe pair of hands

We are committed to providing a quality controlled service, keeping up to date with evidence based practices and amendments in legislation to ensure high quality interventions and support for every client.

Our team don’t stop learning – we encourage ongoing professional development in a variety of settings including training, peer support, supervision and individual monitoring.

Professional Memberships include:

  • HCPC registration (Health and Care Professions Council)
  • BAOT (British Association of Occupational Therapists)
  • COTSS IP (College of Occupational Therapists Specialist Section Independent Practice)
  • DBS enhanced certificate
  • Fully insured
  • Compliant with Data Protection Act 1998
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Rowan Bradley

Advanced Practitioner

 

I’m the Managing Director of Children's Therapy Solutions with a great team of Paediatric Occupational Therapy Specialists throughout the UK. I am passionate about supporting & working with children, young people, their family with the MDT at home & in the community.

I specialise in treating children who are unable to access their homes & schools effectively. Support LEA’s & Schools in increasing their awareness in access to learning in class & as an expert for SEND tribunals.

My philosophy is to use advanced treatments, problem solve & early intervention to encourage positive progress, prevent & minimise disability with the overall aim being to develop functional and occupational independence & a good quality of life.

Qualifications

Our OT Team

BSc (Hons) OT 1994

HCPC and DBS registered

Advanced Practitioner in

Paediatric OT

Advanced Sensory

Integrative Practitioner

Rebound Therapist

Sound Therapy Practitioner

Interactive Metronome Provider

Post Graduate Study

Sensory Attachment Intervention

Attachment and Psychopathology

 

Specialist Areas: ABI, CP, DCD, ASD, SID, Mental Health, Orthotics, Learning Disabilities & Attachment.

Employment Experience: Schools, Hospitals, CDC, Community, Families Homes, Social Services, Adaptations, Wheelchairs, Specialist Equipment, Mental Health, Case Manager,  Medico Legal, SEND Expert & Lecturer

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Sue Watson

Advanced Practitioner

 

They say time flies when you’re having fun & I’ve loved every minute of being an OT!
I enjoy working with children who have neurological conditions, autism & sensory problems. I especially enjoy working with children who have complex needs. I’m creative, lively, motivating & probably considered a little bonkers by the children I see.

Qualifications

Dip COT 1992

HCPC and DBS registered

Advanced Practitioner in

Paediatric OT

Sensory Integration

Paediatric

Rebound Therapist

Reiki Therapist

Interactive Metronome Provider

Post Graduate Study 

Sensory Attachment Intervention

Attachment and Psychopathology

Specialist Areas: ABI, CP, DCD, ASD, SID, Orthotics, Learning Disabilities & Attachment

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Pip Yates

Advanced Practitioner

 

I have a keen interest in sensory integration and studying towards becoming an advanced Practitioner in Sensory Integration.
My key aim is to enable children to access purposeful occupations e.g. self-care, education and leisure in order for them to develop and thrive.
Most of all I help empower parents and children to achieve their goals whilst ensuring this is still accomplished in a fun and rewarding way.

Qualifications

BSc (Hons) OT 2009

HCPC and DBS registered

Advanced Practitioner in OT

Advanced Sensory Integration Practitioner

Rebound Therapist

Specialist Areas: ABI, CP, DCD, ASD, Downs Syndrome, SID & Attachment

Employment experience Schools, Community, Families Homes, Adaptations, Medico Legal & Specialist Equipment

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Lauren Davitt

Advanced Practitioner

I have a passion for working with children and young people. I enjoy facilitating treatment within clinics and in schools to support each child`s development. I have vast experience of working with children and young people with complex needs and challenging behaviors. I have a specific interest in Sensory Integration as well as trauma related difficulties. My aim is to enable the child to achieve their functional goals whilst also working in collaboration with families / caregivers and external providers.

Qualifications

BSc (Hons) OT 2004

HCPC and DBS registered

Clinical Practitioner in Paediatric OT

Practitioner in Sensory Integration (Modules 1,2 and 3)

Specialist Areas ABI, DCD, ASD, ADHD, SID, Mental Health & Attachment

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Elaine Beattie

Advanced Practitioner

I Believe It is essential to see the world as the child sees it and to meet them where they are. As a children’s OT my key role is to use play to support achievement of their therapeutic goals. I believe the benefits of bridging the gap between a child’s health and educational needs. I have a particular interest in Sensory Integration and attachment.

Qualifications

BSc Hons OT 2001

HCPC and DBS registered

Advanced Practitioner in

Paediatric OT

Advanced Sensory

Integration Practitioner

Post Graduate Study

Level 4 Safeguarding

Sensory Integration 1/2/3/4

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Hilary McLuckie

Advanced Practitioner

A kind Health Visitor highlighted OT as a profession, when my dual roles as 1st time mum & engineer in the oil industry caused me reflect on the value of “occupational balance” for parental well-being.! I began in hospital-based adult OT, but soon I wanted to “just try” Children’s OT, to know a little more about the development of play/motor skills as key childhood occupations,So, here I am over a decade later, still privileged to now use my creativity and determination - not only in seeking to understand participation challenges in family daily activities and routines via a range of child-centred, occupational perspectives -but also to identify tailored OT approaches to promote the goals and priorities of each child/ young person and family that I have the privilege of working with. It is so exciting to see how our interventions promote not only occupational progress but the chance for great fun together for parent and child.

Qualifications

 BSc Hons OT 2006

 Msc advanced OT 2012

 HCPC and DBS registered

Specialist Areas: Sensory integration network 1,2 and in training level 3

                             Trauma and attachment

Specialist Areas / Interests: DCD-Dyspraxia, Neurodevelopmental conditions including ASD, Sensory Processing Differences, CP, Neuromuscular conditions; Learning Disabilities;/ Ayres Sensory Integration, Parenting as a Co-occupation, Sleep, Attachment and Regulation re Early Trauma

Employment Experience: School & Nursery, Home & Community, Clinics & Hospitals Adaptations, Wheelchairs, Specialist Equipment

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Leah White

Clinical Practitioner in Paediatric Occupational Therapy
Sensory Integration Practitioner (2/3) in Training
Trauma & Attachment OT Specialist
East Midlands Region

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Sophie Cockell

Clinical Practitioner

Hi I’m Sophie, I am one of the Clinical Practitioners at Children’s Therapy Solutions. I am very passionate about working with children, young people and their families within their home and school environments as well as in the clinic. I have a particular interest in Sensory Integration and working collaboratively with children, parents, school staff and external providers, delivering tailored interventions. My aim is to support children and young people to promote functional development and independence and increasing participation in everyday activities to help children to achieve their goals.

A huge advantage of being a children’s OT is that whilst working towards meeting goals this can be achieved in a fun and relaxed environment involving both the child and their parents/caregivers to help the child to achieve their full potential.

Qualifications

 BSc (Hons) OT 2016

 HCPC and DBS registered

Sensory Integration Practitioner (Modules 1, 2 and 3)

Specialist Areas: ASD, ADHD, SID