Nicola Jenner

BSc (Hons) Occupational Therapy
BABICM Registered Practitioner Case Manager



Areas Covered:

South East


Cerebral Palsy
Brain Injury
Spinal Injury
Aids & Equipment
Manual Handling
Behavioural & Learning Difficulty


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  • BSc (Hons) Occupational Therapy
  • Member of Royal College of Occupational Therapy (RCOT)
  • 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)


Since 2016, Nicola has utilised her extensive clinical experience to work as a case manager and expert witness. She has worked with paediatrics and adult clients in her case management role by co-ordinating their assessed needs, including recruitment and supervision of staff and managing complex care situations. Nicola works closely with clients with an acquired brain injury (ABI), from this she has valued experience and understanding of working with the specific needs of ABI clients including the range of cognitive, emotional, and behavioural impairments. From working closely with paediatric clients, she has excellent knowledge of Education Health Care Plans and liaising with schools and professionals to promote development of the child’s skills.

Nicola has been a practising occupational therapist since 2003, working indifferent sectors including statutory services and charities, and in the private sector. She started her career with the Local Authority, working in the community with adults who had complex needs and she gained experience of working with people in their own homes, carrying out comprehensive assessments and providing specialist equipment and advising on housing adaptations for disability. In 2005, Nicola joined an independent charitable trust, which provides specialist services to clients with physical and sensory impairments. She managed services including; Housing Occupational Therapy, Day Services, Sensory Support Services, Direct payments and Travel Concession Assessment team. She expanded her work and began to work with paediatrics as well as adults, and has worked with parents of newly diagnosed children, gaining extensive experience with complex paediatric conditions including genetic, chromosomal disabilities, spinal injury (including tetraplegia), global development delay and epilepsy.

As well as her clinical work, Nicola has been integral in setting up a service to provide impartial advice to those seeking privately funded disability equipment, restructuring Day Services, and improving the client activities as well as ensuring resources were maximised. She worked with local disability support groups to ensure that their viewpoint was included in any developments Nicola became an independent practitioner in 2008, continuing her work with the charitable trust and gaining contracts with various local authorities and housing associations.

Nicola is very self-motivated and highly organised, developing effective relations with clients and professionals alike to ensure client goals are achieved. She particularly enjoys working with children and their families, working hard, striving to impact their lives positively.


Nicola enjoys spending time with her family; she has four grown up children and two grandchildren. She spends time in a small village in Spain and loves the stillness of the mountains and the sunshine.

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