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 January 2022, I am engaged in the role of Case Manager for Carolyn Archibold Case Management Ltd for an average of 111 hours per month, excluding travel time.


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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