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Occupational therapist and co-founder of Kent Occupational Therapy

Sophie Jopling

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Area of interest and relevant experience

Older adults with physical and cognitive difficulties.

qualifications

Qualified as an occupational therapist from Christ Church university in 1997

when did you establish Kent Occupational Therapy?

November 2011. 

what do you like about being an OT?

I love the positivity of the profession; occupational therapy is all about finding out about the person you are working with and their strengths and enabling them to be as independent as they can. Occupational therapists make this the focus of treatment rather than a person’s illness or disability.
Creating a supportive, enthusiastic and happy team has been extremely important to Sarah and I as we feel this projects onto the people we work with, and we believe this makes Kent Occupational Therapy special.

Outside of work

I love my garden and the thought that it’s an ever-changing space that can always give us something new to enjoy! My best times are spent with my family and partner enjoying a home-cooked meal together or having a drink with the girls!
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our team

Accreditations & Qualifications

All Our
Occupational Therapists

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

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