Emma Fieldsend

BSc (Hons) Occupational Therapy
BABICM Advanced Registered Practitioner



Areas Covered:

South East


Cerebral Palsy
Brain Injury


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  • BSc (Hons) Occupational Therapy
  • Member of British Association of Brain Injury and Complex Case Management (BABICM)
  • Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC)
  • Member of Case Management Society UK (CMSUK)


Emma has  over 20 years experience of working with children and adults who have a wide variety of complex medical and physical conditions. She is a client focused practitioner who uses excellent organisational skills to work efficiently to meet clients goals and enable them to achieve their long term aims.

Whilst working as as an occupational therapist in the community and NHS, Emma developed a wide range of skills including specialist clinical skills in brain injury rehabilitation. She has experience of supporting clients through the EHCP process and the transition from children to adult services as well as the assessment and provision of specialist equipment and adaptations for children in their own homes.

Emma has extensive experience of recruiting and managing 24 hour care teams for clients as well as assisting with continuing health care and personal health budget funding. She is a strong advocate for clients and their families and works in collaboration with the wider team to ensure the best outcome for the client by establishing multi-disciplinary therapy teams to support  client’s therapeutic goals.

Emma’s work as a care expert has provided her with an excellent understanding of the litigation process and the importance of providing appropriate and timely support for the client.


In her spare time Emma enjoys being active and keeping fit. She is  the captain of her local netball team and loves the camaraderie of playing team sports.

Emma has recently set herself the challenge of running the Great South Run this year for charity which will be the first time she has participated.

Emma is a huge dog lover and has an ageing Labrador who still thinks she is a puppy.

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