Amy Rosenfeld

BABICM Registered Practitioner Case Manager



Areas Covered:



Brain Injury
Neurological Diseases
Behavioural & Learning Difficulty
Elderly Clients
Cerebral Palsy


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  • Master of Speech and LanguageTherapy Practice (2016)
  • Graduate Diploma in Arts– Linguistics (2014)
  • Bachelor of CommunicationStudies (2011)
  • Health and CareProfessions Council (HCPC)
  • Royal College of Speechand Language Therapists (RCSLT)
  • Member of BritishAssociation of Brain Injury & Complex Case Management


Amy is a qualified Speech and Language Therapist witha variety of experience across the care continuum. Amy qualified in New Zealand and worked as a speech and language therapist in acute, rehabilitation and community settings before moving to the UK in 2022. Amy worked in a specialist brain injury rehabilitation centre in New Zealand, and was responsible for co-ordinating the rehabilitation, care and transition home for people with complex needs. Always passionate about providing the best possible service that is accessible to all, she headed equity-focussed quality improvement projects and was awarded a prestigious Māori Health Development Award.

As well as inpatient rehabilitation, Amy has extensive experience working with multidisciplinary teams in community settings with people with a wide range of neurological and other health conditions. Amy has also worked in acute, surgical, ICU and other specialist settings including mental health and head and neck cancer.

In every context, Amy believes the skills of listening, observing and understanding the unique needs, views, desires and motivations of each person is crucial to effective and efficient care.  She works alongside service users and the people who are important to them, to help them access the resources they need to live the life that they want and is not afraid to think outside the box in order to achieve this.  

Amy has invaluable experience working with adult clients in all the following areas:

  • Acquired brain injury(including TBI)
  • Neurological disordersincluding brain tumours and progressive diseases
  • Stroke
  • Learning difficulties anddisabilities
  • Mental healthdifficulties
  • Oncology
  • Older person’s care
  • Dementia
  • Cerebral palsy


Amy is an avid traveller, always interested to learn about new people, cultures and languages, and has been enjoying exploring theUK and Europe since moving to the Northern Hemisphere. She loves the outdoors, and will take any opportunities for hiking, rock climbing, kayaking or rowing. Amy also keeps herself busy with a range of hobbies, including roller derby, dance and music and loves to read, cook, and share food with friends.

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