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OUR LECTURING TEAM

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ALISON BUTTERWORTH

Ali is the Lead OT in Camden Child Development Team,  London, UK (employed by the Royal Free NHS trust)  and has worked in paediatric OT for 27 years. She is co-author and editor of the book and course OT Tools for ASD and is passionate about parent education, coaching and service development.

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SHANA BOLTIN

Shana has been a children's OT for 15 years and developing and delivering OT training for the past 8 years. She has completed her advance practitioner training in SI. Shana led the Mainstream Schools Team in Camden for eight years and has recently returned to Melbourne, Australia, where she is the Senior/Lead OT in a community health service.

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KATE ALI

Kate qualified as an Occupational Therapist in 2010. She works within a multi-disciplinary team of professionals involved with the assessment and diagnosis of ASD. Kate ensures that her practice is evidence based and works with children and their families in their natural environment.

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TESSA CURRIE

Tessa is a paediatric OT, part of the Camden child development team, London, UK. She is originally from the United States where she completed her Master's of science in OT and is passionate about clinician led research, coaching, education and advocacy.

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ELE KOSMIDOU

Ele has been an OT for over 15 years and currently works as the Lead OT of the Camden Special School Service and as a freelance OT. She is highly experienced in working with CYP with complex sensory needs and severe challenging behaviour.

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ELAINE MCMAHON

Elaine is an Occupational Therapist working with children and families for 16 years. Elaine has a special interest in sensory integration being an Advanced SI Practitioner; auditory based interventions; neonatology and delivering training for families and professionals.

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SANDRA O'SULLIVAN

Sandra is a Senior OT who works across Camden's Child Development Team, Social Communication Assessment Service and Mainstream Schools OT Team. She has worked in paediatric OT for 7.5 years and is motivated by creating awareness and understanding around neurodiversity within today's society.

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EMILY HILLS

Emily is a Clinical Specialist Neonatal Occupational Therapist at Starlight Neonatal Unit, Barnet
Hospital, Royal Free London, NHS Foundation Trust, where she leads on developmental care,
neurobehavoural, neurodevelopmental and sensory assessment and interventions, including
follow-up after discharge.

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ZOE BOWMAN BAYLES

Zoe is the clinical lead Occupational Therapist for Neurodisability at Great Ormond Street Hospital and clinically works in the Osteogenesis Imperfecta (OI) Service, one of four highly specialised services in England for children with OI. She also chaired the CYPF Physical Disability Forum 2016-2019 facilitating full day study events and forum meetings to support best practice in the field of physical disabilities and to be a reference point for national initiatives to standardise professional practice.

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