Welcome and meet the Occupational Therapy Team of Rehab on the Move. The Occupational Therapy Team of Rehab on the Move use relevant activities to assist you towards a more independent life.
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Rehab on the Move
Occupational Therapy at Rehab on the Move
Occupational Therapists at Rehab on the Move use relevant activities to assist you towards a more independent life.
Rehab on the Movecan offer you appointments at home, in your local community or in our consulting rooms located in Pymble on Sydney’s North Shore.
All Occupational Therapists at Rehab on the Move are certified members of Occupational Therapy Australia. They actively participate in professional development, attending courses and conferences to keep up to date with the latest research and best practice.
Roslyn Fenton – Team Leader
Roslyn has over 20 years of experience working as an Occupational Therapist in Australia and in the UK.
After graduating from Sydney University in 1990 Roslyn developed expertise in assessment and treatment of a variety of neurological conditions including Cerebral Palsy, Stroke, acquired and traumatic brain injury and age related conditions.
Roslyn has post graduate training in Bobath Neurodevelopment treatment. Her breadth of experience includes work in hospitals and community settings.
Sue has been a valuable member of the team for eight years and has over 20 year experience of working with people with neurological conditional living in the community.
Sue has a special interest in Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease and working with people with intellectual disabilities.
Areas of expertise include; functional daily living assessment, care needs assessment, equipment prescription, home access and modification, carer training and manual handling.
Laura works as a therapy assistant and really enjoys helping clients to reach their full potential.
She draws from over 10 years of working in Rehabilitation in the UK and is skilled in understanding the challenges of striving towards an independent life.
Laura’s role is to carry out treatment programs prescribed by an Occupational Therapist. With a keen interest in art, Laura enjoys assisting with the art class in the Body and Brain Fitness Group.