Through many years of working in the field, Naomi has an expert eye for quickly identifying your specific needs and developing individualised therapy programmes which are interesting and relevant to you.
Naomi qualified as a speech and language therapist in 1995, and with a desire to work exclusively with adults, took her first position in the NHS as a generalist adult therapist.
Over the course of her career, Naomi has held senior clinical positions within several rehabilitation services including a Specialist Neurorehabilitation Unit, Stroke Rehabilitation Unit and Community Brain Injury Rehabilitation Team.
This extensive experience has allowed Naomi to develop highly specialist skills for carrying out detailed assessment, developing therapy programmes, working within an interdisciplinary team and supporting individuals with complex communication and swallowing difficulties.
Naomi has excellent communication skills and quickly develops a rapport with her clients and their relatives. She relishes the challenges that some of her cases bring, working hard with her clients to achieve their maximum potential.
Qualifications & Research
In 2012, keen to further develop her specialist knowledge, Naomi embarked on a Masters Degree in Brain Injury Rehabilitation at the University of Birmingham. Completing the course and a research project over 2 years alongside her clinical role, this experience served to further advance Naomi’s expert knowledge of rehabilitation.
Naomi continues to regularly attend specialist courses and conferences to keep her up to date with all aspects of her clinical work.