Jim Oldham BSc (Hons), MRCOT
Jim has worked in a variety of roles in health and social care since 1994. He started working in occupational therapy in 2007, before graduating from London South Bank University as an occupational therapist in 2012. Since then, he has worked in a variety of healthcare settings including palliative care/oncology and MSK before going on to specialise in neurology and neurological rehabilitation.
Jim has been the therapy team lead at a local neuro rehabilitation centre and has particular interest in treatment of the neurological upper limb and cognitive rehabilitation. He is also experienced in working with people in their own houses and is skilled in complex environmental assessment and provision of adaptive equipment.
In his spare time Jim enjoys playing rugby, cooking and keeping fit. He has completed the 3 peaks challenge, and is planning for the next big adventure.