Sherene is a compassionate and skilled occupational therapist who has extensive experience working with adults in a broad range of mental and physical health settings.

She graduated from Brunel University in 2010 and has since built expertise in a variety of complex health conditions including MS, motor neurone disease, Parkinson’s, cerebral palsy, spinal injury and Alzheimer’s disease.  This alongside other diagnoses such as arthritis, COPD and learning disabilities.

Sherene has a wealth of experience from many years of working in the National Health Service with clients suffering long-term, complex and life-changing conditions.  She has also been successful in translating this into private practice, developing further skills in assessing and recommending housing adaptations, accessibility and comprehensive equipment provision for clients living in community-based settings.

Sherene has recently been responsible for managing a manual handling project within Social Services, indeed she specialises in manual handling along with major adaptations and specialist seating, and works closely with clients, family and other health care professionals to provide a holistic and inclusive approach.

Sherene is committed to creatively and passionately supporting clients to live more independently within a supportive home environment, as well as promoting independence and improved quality of life for clients of all ages and abilities.