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Continuing to be me: Dementia, therapy, education and training Occupational Therapists specialising in dementia care

Sarah Richardson and Emma Barton work directly with clients and families and provide individual Occupational Therapy assessment and intervention. We have a passion for getting dementia care right and offer a person centred, evidence based and creative practice.

Occupational Therapy enables people to participate in daily life to improve their health and wellbeing. Daily life is made up of many occupations, which includes self care (getting ready to go out or eating a meal), being productive (going to work or volunteering) and leisure (socialising with friends or doing hobbies)

For more information on what services we provide, please look at out website;

Our aim is to identify our clients needs and work with them to set achievable goals. Our assessments and interventions usually take place in a person�s own environment.

We also offer a consultancy service for project work including service development projects, and can develop and provide a number of training packages for individual, small and large groups and care homes. Bespoke programs are also available.

Please do not hesitate to get in touch should you want further information or want to talk anything through.

During these uncertain times of COVID19, we are offering services via telephone and online. Please do get in touch to discuss your needs, we're hear to talk to you.

We cover London, Herts, Beds and Bucks.

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Sarah Richardson and Emma Barton are both fully qualified and registered Occupational Therapists

Contact Continuing to be me: Dementia, therapy, education and training

Phone: 07779659183

Email: [email protected]




  • Older person (65+)
  • Consultancy
  • Mental Health
  • Advice about access, bathroom &/or kitchen adaptations or equipment Home adaptations for independent living
  • Advice around specialist equipment or in modifying your home to maximise independence
  • Telecare and Telehealth expertise
  • Practical strategies/treatment to overcome daily challenges caused by illness, accident, recent diagnosis or ageing.
  • Long term conditions management in the community
  • Carer Support
  • Depression and anxiety management
  • Mental health recovery and peer support
  • Stress-related support
  • Therapeutic assessment, support and intervention for memory problems
  • Support with Alzheimer's disease or other dementias
  • Bespoke training programmes
  • Mentoring or supervision
  • Regular supervision for independent practitioners
  • Coaching/Mentoring

Contact Continuing to be me: Dementia, therapy, education and training