Cameron Dalling

BSc. Occupational therapy Masters in Early Childhood intervention

Cameron Dalling graduated from the University of Cape Town, South Africa, in 2002 with a Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy. Since graduating Cameron has worked in South Africa, Namibia, England and Hong Kong gaining experience in both government and private sectors working within clinical settings, private practices, schools and the community. Cameron’s passion for working with children led her to complete a Masters in Early Childhood Intervention in 2012. She loves working with children and their families and strongly believes that a true partnership involving open communication and collaboration between therapists, families and other key people is essential in addressing the families’ identified goals. Cameron has worked with both adults and children with a variety of diagnoses. She is a qualified adult neurodevelopmental therapist and has worked with adult and paediatric clients with strokes, head injuries, neurological disorders and spinal cord injuries. Cameron has worked with children who have global developmental delay, neurological impairment, motor coordination difficulties, Austism, ADHD as well as those who are struggling with school work. She has a keen interest in working premature babies and their families.

 

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