Jane Hill MSc (Exon) MRCOT
Independent Occupational Therapist
& Case Manager
Despite coronavirus (Covid-19), services required by clients can still be supplied by Enable Rehab, whilst ensuring that the latest government guidance is followed.
Communication, assessments and reviews can be provided remotely if preferred. It is made clear in the reports about the manner of the assessment.
If you have any questions or would like to talk about a client matter, please do not hesitate to make contact using the details above. Thank you.
I am a HCPC registered Occupational Therapist with over thirty years’ experience. I have extensive experience working with people who have sustained major trauma; resulting in significant multiple injuries including acquired brain injury and orthopaedic injuries. I have a specific interest in vocational rehabilitation and I am an experienced case manager. I have worked over many years with people facing a wide range of conditions and injuries which involve both physical and mental health issues. I actively engage service users during treatment whilst facilitating appropriate services, education/training, specialist equipment and minor/major adaptations, in order to maximise their functional ability and independence.
What is Occupational Therapy?
The Royal College of Occupational Therapist define it as "practical support to empower people to facilitate recovery
and overcome barriers preventing them from doing the activities (or occupations) that matter to them. This support
increases people's independence and satisfaction in all aspects of life."
What is Case Management?
Case Management Services UK define it as "a collaborative process which: assesses, plans, implements, co-ordinates,
monitors and evaluates the options and services required to meet an individuals health, social care, educational and
employment needs, using communication and available resources to promote quality cost effective outcomes."
CLINICAL SKILLS & EXPERIENCE
Extensive NHS experience having worked with a wide range of physical disabilities including, acquired brain injuries, deteriorating neurological conditions, mental health problems, amputation, orthopaedic injuries, spinal injury, cerebral palsy.
Skilled in the promotion of independence skills through activities of daily living, employment and leisure.
Experienced in vocational rehabilitation including assessment, activity analysis, graded activity programmes, worksite assessments to identify adjustments, negotiating with employers, planning graded returns to work.
Skilled in using a variety of assessment and treatment skills.
Experienced working collaboratively with other practitioners from a range of disciplines and liaising with staff from different organisations in the public, private and voluntary sector.
Highly developed problem solving, organisational and reporting skills.
Committed to the engagement of service users and carers in the planning and delivery of services and at all times use a professional approach, with clear communication skills, ensuring good working relationships with clients, families/carers, voluntary agencies and professional colleagues in order to co-ordinate interventions and maximise successful outcomes.
I worked as a lecturer, teaching all levels of students from qualified health care practitioners to undergraduates. Running study days and short training programmes about reflective practice, clinical supervision, and occupational therapy skills.
Training in a variety of settings such as university, police, NHS, and in healthcare services in Ireland.
I have managed teams of occupational therapy staff and multi-disciplinary teams, monitoring the service, keeping budgetary control, implementing relevant policies and guidelines.
Working with the executive directors and Monitor to support one of the first community Foundation Trust applications
Developing clinical supervision models and methods for therapists and nursing staff http://www.nmcsconsulting.co.uk/
Using Neuro-linguistic Programming to develop managers and aspiring managers in the NHS.
Fees, Terms & Conditions
Occupational Therapy assessments
Fees will vary depending on the nature of the help you require. Please do contact me so that
we can discuss this and a quote will be provided prior to referral.
Terms and Conditions
Copies of medical records and other reports will be required with the instruction (email and CD/DVD acceptable) .
A report providing recommendations from the initial needs assessment visit, will be sent to the commissioning person and all other parties required by the instruction, within twenty-five working days.
Interventions such as consultations, therapy, equipment and/or adaptations that are recommended
will be identified and authorisation sort from the commissioning person before being provided unless otherwise agreed.
Any costs associated with provision recommended and agreed to by the commissioning person, will be paid for directly by the commissioning person unless otherwise agreed.
Update reports and /or discharge summary can be supplied on request.
Any scheduled appointment not attended or cancelled with less than 24 hours will be charged at the full rate.
Payment within 28 days of date on invoice, unless otherwise agreed.
An additional 10% will be charged for late payment of invoices.
Registrations and Memberships
The Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) No. OT10020
The British Association of Occupational Therapists (BAOT) No. BT0012248
Associate Member of the British Psychological Society. No: 171471
Case Management Society UK No. 14-1336
BABICM Membership No.6784
The Royal College of Occupational Therapists Specialist Section – Independent Practice
The Royal College of Occupational Therapists Specialist Section – Work
The Royal College of Occupational Therapists Specialist Section – Trauma & Orthopaedics
Public Governor for Edgbaston; Birmingham Community NHS Foundation Trust from 2011 to 2022
Supporter of the Institute of Registered Case Managers (IRCM).
Enable Rehab Limited: Company Registration Number 12287043
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