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Sheila O'Connor

OT Matters
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ABOUT

Sheila has 16 years post qualification experience of working with people in various healthcare settings around the world.

Sheila has 12+ years experience of working with people with Neurological Disorders and Spinal Cord Injuries in Specialist Rehabilitation Settings.

During this time, she has developed expert skills in areas such as upper-limb management, hand therapy, electrical muscle stimulation, wheelchair & seating, equipment prescription, housing adaptation & design, vocational rehabilitation, medico-legal assessment &report writing, functional assessments and collaborative goal setting.

Sheila endeavours to provide an exceptional service based on evidence based practice, research and hearing the voices of the people she works with.

Occupational Therapy

  • To assess a person's ability to perform activities of daily living


    1 hr 30 min

    150 euros
  • A detailed & thorough assessment of the person's condition or injury f...


    3 hr

    Dependant on time
  • To support an Housing Adaptation Grant or Social Housing Application


    1 hr 30 min

    250 euros
  • A physical assessment of a person's body in lying & sitting


    1 hr 30 min

    From 100 euros
  • A holistic and person-centred approach to assessing a person's ability


    2 hr

    Price varies
  • An assessment of the work environment and the demands of the job


    2 hr

    Price varies
  • An in-depth assessment of four areas


    1 hr

    150 euros
  • An indepth report detailing the assessment, findings & recommendations


    2 hr

    Dependant on time
  • An in-depth assessment of the person and each asana


    1 hr

    Price varies
  • Sessions consisting of adaptive yoga poses and breathing techniques


    Started Jan 1, 1970

    Price varies
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Functional Assessments

What an achievement it is, to be able to look back and say, "I fell apart, and I survived."

A Functional Assessment measures an individual's level of function and ability to perform specific tasks in all aspects of daily living that are important to the person. It can provide crucial information that can assist a person to achieve their goals by identifying a person's strengths and weaknesses to enable challenges to be addressed.

Following on from the functional assessments, recommendations are made to increase a person's independance through therapy goals, assistive technology, equipment or support.

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