Having qualified as an Occupational Therapist in 1986, Sue has spent most of her working career specialising in the rehabilitation of adults who have sustained traumatic brain injuries. In 1994 she gained a Bachelor of Science degree in Behavioural, Developmental and Cognitive Psychology.
Sue joined ACM in 1999, and works with a wide range of adult clients, particularly those with high level cognitive and psycho-social deficits, those living with minimal support, and those preparing to return to some form of employment. Sue also has experience of working with clients who have complex disability and high level support needs, both in the community and residential settings.
In addition to case management provision, Sue is available to provide Expert Witness reports for litigation purposes, on the care, case management, and rehabilitation needs of adults following traumatic brain injury and other complex neurological conditions.
She is a member of BABICM at Advanced Registered Practitioner level.