Meet Our DirectorsAll Rehab Jigsaw Occupational Therapists are highly skilled and have extensive knowledge and experience in all areas of clinical practice. Together we use our professional knowledge and experience to offer bespoke services according to the need of the client or referrer. We are driven to provide timely, cost-effective and comprehensive services to a high standard.
Our Rehab Jigsaw Directors are based in Staffordshire and County Durham, and our services are provided across the UK supported by a team of associates.
Dip COT HCPC Based in County Durham
Diploma of the Royal College of Occupational Therapists. Member of Royal College of Occupational Therapists. Health Care Professions Council registered. Lynne is a member of the Society of Occupational Medicine and of Case Management Society UK. Based in County Durham.
Lynne qualified as an Occupational Therapist (OT) in 1986 and has worked as an independent practitioner for over 20 years and has extensive experience with both adults and children who have encountered major trauma including, acquired brain injury, complex orthopaedic trauma, spinal injuries and amputations. She also has extensive experience working with people with dementia, deteriorating neurological conditions and palliative care needs. Lynne specialises in recommendation for assistive equipment, housing and home adaptations, return to work planning and work based assessments. She also undertakes rehabilitation case management.
Bsc (Hons) OT HCPC Based in Staffordshire
BSc (Hons) Occupational Therapy Member of Royal College of Occupational Therapists. Post Graduate Certificate in Neurological Condition Management, Health Care Professions Council registered. Based in Staffordshire.
Lisa qualified as an Occupational Therapist (OT) in 1996. She worked within NHS and Social Services in a variety of roles until establishing herself as an independent practitioner. Lisa has worked in independent practice for 14 years, specialising in vocational rehabilitation, OT in Occupational Health, case management and complex neurological rehabilitation. Lisa also has a wide range of experience with those clients with orthopaedic, spinal, pain, cognitive and mental health conditions. Lisa is presently vice-chair of the RCOT Specialist Section for Work and is a member of the Society of Occupational Medicine and of Case Management Society in the UK. Lisa is UK Functional Capacity Evaluation (UKFCE) trained, and has a high level of skill in assessing those with difficulties sustaining or returning to employment with health conditions. This can include fitness for work assessments and advice on job suitability. She has worked as a benefit assessor for Department of Work and Pensions and has significant experience in working with clients with neurological conditions, including brain injuries. Lisa is also able to undertake assessments for adaptations and complex equipment.