Surrey Hills Rehab are pleased to introduce you to our Rehabilitation Assistants, who are a fundamental part of the service we provide. We are fortunate to offer a wide range of knowledge and experience from within our NeuroRehabilitation team.
If you attend SHR you may meet them either in our exercise groups or 1:1 sessions, either at our Rehabilitation studio at Smithbrook Kilns or if required, in your own home.
Having these wonderful assistants with all their specialist skills and experience allows SHR to keep Rehabilitation costs down for our clientele alongside the wealth of knowledge from the wider team. A HCPC Registered Physiotherapists initially assesses everyone and prescribes and reviews the appropriate Rehabilitation programme.
All are Members of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and supervised and trained by Kim Wilson, Clinical Director NeuroPhysiotherapist.
Megan is a Level 4 Personal Trainer and a stroke survivor herself. Megan assists in group exercise sessions for People with Parkinsons, Stroke and MS along side a qualified physiotherapist. Her vast range of knowledge keeps the groups active and challenged with lots of fun and enthusiasm.
Sarah has a Level 5 Diploma in Leadership for Health and Social Care. She has a wide range of knowledge gained from working in a range of settings, public and private sector. For 10 years Sarah worked with people with autism and learning difficulties supporting them to achieve their goals. Sarah assists with our classes and is enjoying her new role within our specialist physiotherapy team. With her diploma and experience she also assists Kim with the service development.
Caroline is a Rehabilitation Assistant that worked within the local NHS NeuroRehabilitation service for many years with Kim before joining SHR. Her experience within Physiotherapy, Occupational and Speech and Language therapy supports the SHR participants, including the new Dyscover Aphasia SLT course starting in November. She brings much needed skills to support our clients.
Cathy has a Physiotherapy Technicians Level 3 Diploma and has 23 years experience in NeuroPhysiotherapy, 16 years working in the NHS as a Band 4 Technician from acute neurology wards to domiciliary NeuroPhysiotherapy. Her skill set is in all neurological diseases, brain injury and stroke rehabilitation. Cathy sees people within their own homes, working towards their goals and applies a wide scope of NeuroPhysiotherapy treatment options at a highly skilled level.
Specialist Physiotherapist in Neuro-rehabilitation