Rehab Direct Case Managers - Rehana Bishop
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Rehana Bishop

BSc Hons, OT, HCPC

Key Skills

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Multiple and complex trauma

Assessment, planning and delivery of bespoke rehabilitation programmes for people with complex and polytrauma e.g. visceral damage and neurological deficit.

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Acquired brain injury

Rehabilitation-focused programmes for traumatic brain injuries (caused due to external impact to the head e.g car crash or fall) and non-traumatic brain injury (caused by internal medical complications e.g stroke or brain tumour).

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Neurological disorders and injuries

Rehabilitation programmes designed to help those with diseases, injuries or disorders of the nervous system.

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Return to work/vocational rehabilitation

Individual programmes to help people return to work after illness, injury or disability.


Rehana Bishop is an occupational therapist who qualified in 2001. She has a broad knowledge base and has extensive experience of working with clients in the areas of acquired brain injury, and enduring mental ill-health, complex neurological conditions. Rehana has worked clinically in the NHS and as a case manager for over 12 years.

She has experience in supporting individuals and their families with a range of complex conditions to optimise their functional performance in all aspects of their everyday life. Rehana is an expert in both rehabilitation and case management.

Ages treated: adults 18+

Rehana is registered with: 

  • Health and Care Professions Council (OT34033)
  • British Association of Occupational Therapists Limited
  • Royal College of Occupational Therapists Specialist Section-Independent Practice
  • Royal College of Occupational Therapists Specialist Section- Mental Health
  • British Association of Brain Injury and Complex Case Management
  • Case Management Society UK
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