Cognition – Part One – The Basics
Cognition – Part ONE – The Basics
Learn or refresh the different elements of cognition including the how, why and when of assessments and screening tools.
Amy holds a Masters of Occupational Therapy Studies from the University of Queensland and has worked across a variety of settings including hospitals, schools, residential care facilities and other community and vocational settings. Amy has considerable experience managing teams of allied health professionals, and has been recognised nationally for her contributions to improving service delivery and outcomes for her clients. She also has medico legal consulting experience, providing expert reports for clients following injury or illness. In addition to her work at The Therapy Collective, Amy continues to maintain a clinical caseload in a private hospital setting.
Amy has completed postgraduate studies in the United Kingdom and has co-authored publications in the Journal of NeuroRehabilitation and the Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development. She is registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency and is an active member of Occupational Therapy Australia and the World Federation of Occupational Therapists