Occupational Therapists empower people to carry out everyday tasks or occupations with more confidence and independence in order to improve their health, quality of life and wellbeing. Tasks often relate to self-care, work or leisure.
Occupational Therapists create individual treatment programmes and suggest changes to the person’s environment, whether that be at home, work or school, and may introduce the use of equipment which will help with some activities. By reviewing treatments and evaluating progress they make the changes as needed.
Lynne Adamson is a Neurological Occupational Therapist with over 25 years’ experience in rehabilitation. She has specialist knowledge and skills in the assessment and treatment of adults who have an acquired brain injury, and significant knowledge and expertise working with adults with a learning disability.