Occupational Therapist

Katie Skelton


Area of interest and relevant experience

Children and young people and sensory-based therapy


The University of Ulster, May 2012 to June 2013: Postgraduate Certificate in Sensory Integration, with distinction.

The Essex School of Occupational Therapy, Sept 2000 to June 2002: BSc (Hons) Occupational Therapy.

How long have You worked with Kent Occupational Therapy?

June 2022

what do you like about being an OT?

I have worked as an OT in a wide variety of settings, including teaching hospitals, in the community and in other specialisms with children, young people and older adults. I have an empathetic and caring approach and really enjoy working with a person holistically to increase their independence and function. I work with individuals and create practical interventions, to bring positive outcomes by working with the individual to make impactful changes. For example, creating individual sensory programmes that help to engage children in the classroom and their school activities.

Read a recent article that I wrote for OT News about Parkinson’s Disease.

Outside of work

I enjoy visiting art galleries and creating my own original art too!
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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