Stacey graduated from York St John university in 2006 and has since worked in a variety of clinical settings. Stacey has experience working within the NHS, Social Services and the Private sector. The majority of her clinical experience has been within community teams visiting clients in their own home, nursing and residential settings.
Stacey has a broad knowledge of Physiology & Anatomy, Psychology, Sociology, Psychosocial and Occupational Sciences. Stacey will provide a collaborative approach to treatment gaining an understanding of the relationships and interactions between individuals and their environments, offering either restorative or compensatory approaches to maximise independence and function. Stacey is a caring and empathetic therapist and understands the effect of disability on quality of life and wellbeing, she will work towards meeting your goals with passion and tenacity.
Stacey is passionate about person centred practice and empowering those with chronic disability to maximise their independence. Her wealth of experience is complemented by her knowledge of equipment, aids and adaptations and housing solutions. Stacey has experience working with a multitude of conditions with a particular interest in treating those with progressive neurological conditions such as Motor Neurone Disease and Huntington’s Disease.
Stacey is a member of the Royal College of Occupational Therapists and a specialist section member of Neurological practice.