- Complex trauma and orthopaedics.
- Lower limb amputation.
- Conditions and injuries affecting the joints.
- Terminal illness/palliative care.
- Associated pain.
- Associated mental health.
- Associated neurological conditions.
- Associated internal injuries.
Clinical Currency Statement
As of September 2021, I am engaged in the role of Clinical Lead for Unite Professionals for an average of 64 hours per month and as an Associate Case Manager for Unite Professionals for an average of 50 hours per month. I also work as an Occupational Therapists for Leeds Community Healthcare – Neighbourhood Teams for an average of 10 hours per month.
Specific Injuries Experience
Margot is a Case Manager for an active caseload of clients suffering mainly from traumatic orthopaedic injury, joint injury and amputation.
She has extensive experience of this cohort through her work in Integrated Community NHS Services, where she carries out holistic assessments. She uses her wealth of knowledge in this area to create new care packages and adjust existing care packages to suit changing needs. Margot also has direct and regular contact with Social Care to negotiate ongoing, longer term support.
Margot is confident in working with terminal illness and those with palliative care needs (including cancer care). She also works with individuals who have long-term neurological conditions such as Parkinson’s, MND and MS. Many of the individuals Margot works with also have associated pain and mental health issues.
Margot has significant experience of working in health and social care settings through her work in integrated community services. She currently acts as Clinical Lead and Case Manager for a case management company. Her experience enables her to utilize and interpret clinical information from multi-disciplinary teams in order to recommend care, equipment and housing and manage the ongoing rehabilitation programme created. Her work in the community involves a significant level of complex discharge management and liaison/negotiation with ongoing community services, which often requires difficult discussions to secure the right level of support.
Through her prior work in Australia and her current Case Management work, Margot has demonstrated that she is highly competent in producing initial needs/workplace assessments, followed by active case management, creating achievable goals and identifying suitable duties for a phased return to a client’s pre-injury duties.
Margot supplemented her undergraduate studies by working in hands-on care settings and in trauma and orthopaedic rehabilitation services. This gives Margot a unique and credible insight into the practical applications of hands-on care.
Qualifications and Membership
- BASc Occupational Therapy, University of Western Sydney (2012).
- Member of the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC).
- British Association of Occupational Therapists (BAOT).
- Australian Health Practitioner Registration (AHPRA).
- Case Management Society (CMSUK).
Jacqueline Webb & Co Ltd
Unite Professionals Limited
Associate Occupational Therapist
Enable Therapy Services
Unite Professionals Limited
Band 6 Senior Occupational Therapist (Locum)
Leeds Community NHS Trust – Integrated Neighbourhood Team
Health Care Australia – Maitland Private Hospital and Lingard Private Hospital
Senior Rehabilitation Consultant/Occupational Therapist
Rehabilitation Services Pty Ltd
Band 6 Occupational Therapist
Intermediate Care Team (Community Rehabilitation and ‘Community Intermediate Care’ bed facility)
Band 5 Occupational Therapist and Reablement Team Leader
Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust – Carelink, Community Rehabilitation
Occupational Therapy Assistant
Lawrence Hargrave Private Hospital (Ramsay Health Hospital), Australia
Margot has a poster published.
- Scientific Poster, ‘Disability, Sexuality and Occupational Therapy: The Naked Truth’, selected to be presented at the Occupational Therapy Australia 25th National Conference and Exhibition, Adelaide, 2013.