We are pleased to announce that booking for our next lunch-and-learn webinar is now open. This is the fith in our 2017 series of webinars which are being offered free of charge to Members (and Pending Members) as part of CMSUK's quest to offer greater access to training and support for members.
Livability Icanho Making it count: cost-effective, highly specialist assessment and rehabilitation following ABI. This webinar will be presented byJustine Fawcett – Head Occupational Therapist and Clinical Specialist on Friday 14th July 2017 at 12:00 noon.
The session will include information about the Livability Icanho specialist service and how it can meet the needs of people with acquired brain injury by:-
Justine Fawcett – Head Occupational Therapist and Clinical Specialist qualified as an occupational therapist in 1991 from the University College of York St John and in 1996 gained an Honours Degree in Health Studies.
She gained broad clinical experience in the early stages of her career working in neurology, burns and hand injures elderly and on acute medical wards; going on to specialist in the community rehabilitation of adults with acquired brain injuries.
Since 1997 Justine has been the Head Occupational Therapist at Icanho initially founding the clinical side of the service with a colleague. Her current work includes assessment of disability following brain injury and identification of rehabilitation needs, designing and implementing rehabilitation programmes with a particular interest and experience in cognitive rehabilitation and returning to work after brain injury. Her work also involves multi agency working and working closely with carers and families on rehabilitation issues; involvement in research and internal and external training.
Justine is also an Independent Occupational Therapist and Expert Witness with over fourteen years experience, preparing rehabilitation costing reports in personal injury and medical negligence cases, particularly specialising in acquired brain injury.
Friday 14th July 2017
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm