Solas Rehabilitation provides occupational therapy to people who have lost function and independence due to a neurological illness or injury.

SERVICES

Increasing Independence

Rehabilitative and compensatory strategies for people having difficulty with day to day tasks

Cognitive Rehabilitation

Functional assessment of the impact of cognitive impairment on daily activities

Development of a bespoke intervention plan to address cognitive impairment 

Wheelchairs and Equipment

  • Wheelchair assessment and trial (manual and powered)

  • Home aids and adaptations advice

Arm and Hand Rehabilitation

  • Functional activities retraining

  • Home exercise programmes for strengthening and dexterity

  • Sensory re-education

  • Specialist modalities including Saebo, FES, splinting

Fatigue Management

Development of a bespoke fatigue management plan to address the impact of physical and cognitive fatigue on daily life

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ABOUT AISLING

Aisling van der Walt, BSc(OT), MRCOT, MSSNP

Aisling is a specialist occupational therapist in neurorehabilitation and has worked exclusively in the field for seven years.

 

Alongside her private practice she works as a highly specialist occupational therapist at The National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery at Queen Square, a well-recognised centre of excellence in neurology. 

 

She is registered with the Health and Social Care Professionals Council and a member of:

  • Royal College of Occupational Therapists (RCOT) 

  • British Association of Occupational Therapists

  • RCOT Specialist Section for Neurological Practice

  • RCOT Specialist Section for Independent Practice

AREAS COVERED

Face-to-face sessions: Central and greater London

Areas approx 1 hour from London via public transport

Telehealth: Nationwide

CLIENTS

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                                                                                                          Aisling van der Walt Ltd trading as Solas Rehabilitation