Amy graduated from Robert Gordon University in 1999 with a BSc in occupational therapy. She has 13 years clinical experience in acute, intermediate and community services working across medical, surgical, orthopaedics, surgery, neurology, elderly care and rehabilitation fields.
Amy has worked as a locum for many years within the NHS and for the last 5 years, as a specialist occupational therapist in community brain injury rehabilitation. She specialises in cognitive and vocational rehabilitation and is highly skilled in completing risk assessments, developing client-centred rehabilitation plans, promoting independence and maximising quality of life.
Amy has significant experience in moving and handling, equipment provision, complex case management, and has a special interest in elderly care and neurological rehabilitation.