Anna Cawdry is an experienced Occupational Therapist having qualified in 1996. She is registered with the Health and Care Professions Council and is a member of the British Association of Occupational Therapists. Anna is also a member of the College of Occupational Therapists special interests groups for Housing and Practitioners in Independent Practice.
Anna has worked in the NHS, Local Authority and the Independent Sector gaining extensive experience of working with adults and children with complex disabilities. In 1997, Anna worked as an Occupational Therapist in the USA and still maintains her American OTR registration.
Sue qualified as a General Nurse in 1980 and worked for 16 years in NHS General Medical Wards. In addition to this she also worked in private clinical settings caring for people undergoing surgical procedures.
In 2017, Sue acted in the capacity as Volunteer Nurse for the Back-Up Trust’s ‘Skills for Independence’ course and accompanied a group of spinal cord injured individuals on a five day city break to Belfast. Sue’s role was to provide practical assistance with care to the course participants.
Sue is also a keen supporter of the Spinal Injuries Association and wrote ‘Aging with SCI’ for the 2008 edition of Moving Forward. Sue has previously been invited to talk at their educational workshops on bowel and bladder management as well as managing pain and fatigue.