Rosaline is the Director of Dyspraxia UK, an innovative service for people with neurodiversity.
Rosaline qualified as an Occupational Therapist from University of St John, York in 1998. She remains passionate about the profession and the benefits that Occupational Therapy can bring to people of all ages. She completed clinical posts at Addenbrookeï¿½s Hospital in Cambridge and worked for a community rehabilitation service, specialising in Neurological practice. In 2002 Rosaline completed an MSc in Rehabilitation Science at Southampton University, before undertaking a research role at the National Hospital for Neurology & Neurosurgery in London.
During the last ten years, Rosaline has been developing expertise in neurodiversity, in part, prompted by personal experience with her own family. As part of a team, she delivers advanced training to other professionals on Developmental Coordination Disorder assessment, diagnostic procedure and interventions.
In 2016, Rosaline completed paediatric Occupational Therapy training at the Royal Free Hospital in London, with a view to enhancing her practice with young people and their families.
Rosaline is an Affiliate member of PATOSS, the Professional Association of Teachers of Students with Specific Learning Difficulties and is also a committee member/advisor to the following charities: National Handwriting Association (NHA), Dyspraxia Foundation and Cherryhomes Trust.
In response to the demand for expert assessment work, Rosaline sought high calibre training and subsequently gained expert witness certifications from Cardiff University Law School in Civil and Family Law. She has provided diagnostic assessments for both family and criminal courts, primarily with adults.
BSc (Hons) Occupational Therapy MSc Rehabilitation Science Family Law expert certificate Civil Law expert certificate
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