Sammy Randall I am a Highly Specialist Occupational Therapist with 8 years of experience working with children, young people and families in mainstream and special schools, their homes and community settings. I have worked with children with a range of conditions and complex needs over the course of my career, and in particular with children with physical disability and neurological conditions.


Whilst working for the NHS I set up an integrated continence service in collaboration with my nursing colleagues. This resulted in children achieving greater outcomes in relation to toileting independence. I am currently working in a charitable organisation delivering neuro-rehabilitation to children with Acquired Brain Injury.


As an Occupational Therapist, I believe that what a child is able (or unable) to do has a direct impact on their health and wellbeing. Occupational Therapist’s have a role within the multidisciplinary team to support children to develop the functional skills necessary for achieving toileting independence. I continue to be inspired by the work of ERIC and their unwavering commitment to achieving best practice in continence care.