Tamsin has worked in both the medical and educational setting and has extensive experience in the field of paediatrics. She works with children who present with or are at risk of developmental delay; children with learning and/or perceptual difficulties and those presenting with specific fine-motor, gross motor and/or sensory difficulties.
Tamsin has a specialist interest in paediatric neurology and over the course of her career she has developed specialist skills in the assessment and management of children with acquired brain and spinal cord injury, this includes the assessment and management of children with mild (concussion) to severe traumatic brain injury.
Tamsin is a firm believer in early intervention and the integration of those with additional needs into education, sport and social engagement. Grounded in evidence based practice, she adopts a play based and functional approach to therapy which is child centred and goal directed and aims to improve a child’s functional ability in everyday life.
Tamsin has additional training in Neuromuscular and Neurobehavioral Assessment, Neuro-Behavioural Observation (NBO), DIR Floortime 201, Sensory Integration, ABA, and cognitive and executive difficulties. She has a Masters degree from Edinburgh University in Childhood Studies and was a guest speaker at The International Conference for Childhood Brain Injury in 2017 and 2018. Tamsin is a registered member of the Occupational Therapist’s Board of Hong Kong and the Royal College of Occupational Therapists, United Kingdom.