Occupational Therapist

Chloe Henderson


Area of interest and relevant experience

I qualified as an Occupational Therapist in 2005, since then I have worked in a variety of settings within both the private and public sectors. These different experiences have given me a wide knowledge base to develop my skills as a holistic client-centred practitioner.


BSc Occupational Therapy

How long have You worked with Kent Occupational Therapy?

Since 2019.

what do you like about being an OT?

Promoting independence and giving patients/clients freedom within their daily activities. I believe everyone deserves the best quality of life possible and that being able to complete everyday tasks independently within their own individual capabilities is a part of this. Being an occupational therapist enables me to work holistically and give people the skills and knowledge to maximise their potential in a wide variety of daily activities, thinking of alternative ways or use of equipment to enable them to remain independent is key to my work. I feel I make a difference by helping people gain independence and increase confidence, overall having a positive impact on their quality of life.

I work within both the paediatric and adult sector and feel I can bring a wide knowledge base to the clients I work with within Kent Occupational Therapy.

Outside of work

I have two young children, so family is important to me, we love to get out walking and exploring. I have an interest in musical theatre and am part of a local amateur dramatics society.

our team

Accreditations & Qualifications

All Our
Occupational Therapists

Are specialists in their field
Are professional members of the Royal College of Occupational Therapy (RCOT)
Have degrees in Occupational Therapy
Are registered with the HCPC (Health and Care Professions Council)
Are up to date with statutory training and maintain high continued professional development and clinical supervision standards.
Are all DBS checked
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