Sue has 25 years experience as an OT and her experiences have allowed her to amass a broad range of assessment and treatment skills across many specialities including neurology, orthopaedics, lower limb amputation, dementia and mental health.

Sue is familiar with managing complex multifaceted situations relating to manual handling, equipment provision, major adaptations, specialist equipment and housing.  Sue has experience in situations involving mental capacity issues and supporting best interests decisions.  She is versed in carrying out immediate need assessments following workplace and road traffic accidents, supporting case managers in manual handling training and advice to support support staff.

Sue has contributed to single carer projects, the All Wales review of blue badge assessments and the compliance with the Local Authority Verification Toolkit.  She regularly undertakes equipment reviews and enjoys researching new products, challenging standard provision guidelines to find appropriate equipment or clients by providing evidence-based clinical reasoning.