Nicole Cocksedge

B Occ Thy (Bachelor of Occupational Therapy, Australia)

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  • Traumatic and acquired brain injury in adults and adolescents 16-18 years.
  • Cognitive impairments and challenging behaviours.
  • Associated orthopaedic and fracture injuries.
  • Associated mental health issues.
  • Associated vocational rehabilitation.
  • Associated visual impairment/ loss

Clinical Currency Statement

As at December 2020, I am engaged in the role of Case Manager for Carolyn Archibold Case Management Ltd for an average of 90 hours per month.


Specific Injuries Experience

Employment Profile

Qualifications and Membership

  • BSc Occupational Therapy, University of Queensland, Australia (1995).
  • British Association of Occupational Therapists (BAOT).
  • Member of the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC).
  • Royal College of Occupational Therapy – Specialist Section – Neurological Practice (RCOTSS-NP).
  • Member of the British Association of Brain Injury Case Managers (BABICM).
  • Case Management Society UK (CMSUK).

Career History


Nicole has presented on three occasions.


  • Oliver Zangwill Study Day “‘But there’s nothing on the scan!’ Understanding and managing mild TBI – does it require specialist neuro rehab? A case manager’s perspective on assessment, management and treatment.”
  • Society for Research in Rehabilitation Conference on CLAHRC research – “What makes a client with an acquired brain injury living in the community complex, and can a screening tool correctly identify different levels of complexity?”
  • Contributor to BSRM: ‘Vocational assessment and rehabilitation for people with long term neurological conditions: recommendations for best practice (2010)’.

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