Rachel graduated from Coventry University in 1994 and has MSc Accessibility and Inclusive Design and in 2016 was awarded her PhD in Occupational Therapy.

Rachel’s area of expertise is in providing comprehensive home based environmental assessments and interventions for people with impairments caused by either the ageing process, chronic long term conditions or injuries. With over 20 years of clinical experience, she has the experience, skills and ability to assess individuals whose situation and needs range from the simple to the complex. In addition, she is able to offer a range of interventions and advice, including housing modifications, assistive technology, activities of daily living rehabilitation and fatigue management.

As an independent practitioner, she provides a high quality service to individuals, family members, carers and case managers. This service is driven and underpinned by person centred practice and based on sound clinical evidence.

Rachel is a member of the British Association of Occupational Therapists and the College of Occupational Therapists Specialist sections – Independent Practice and Housing as well as being registered with the Health Care Professionals Council.

In her spare time Rachel climbs mountains with her husband and son…usually in the rain.