Jennifer Brueton Occupational Therapy -
Physical and Neurological Rehabilitation for Adults and Paediatrics.
Jennifer Brueton Occupational Therapy was established in 2015 as an out-patient adult and paediatric Neuro Occupational Therapy practice in Glen Austin, Midrand. Since then we have secured ourselves firmly in the healthcare sector and have already helped many clients achieve their goals for an independent life. We now also provide therapy to clients at Midstream Mediclinic and have out-patient rooms in Rivonia, Sandton. We work closely with a multi-disciplinary team, including Speech Therapists and Physiotherapists, to provide a holistic and integrated therapy service.
Both Jennifer and Christi have completed the MAES (Movement Analysis & Education Strategies) Therapy Course, run by Senior Neurodevelopmental Physiotherapist, Jean-Pierre Maes. This course has given them a much broader and deeper understanding of children with Cerebral Palsy and similar Neurological Conditions and has provided them with appropriate assessment and treatment strategies to make a real difference in their lives.
Jennifer Brueton Occupational Therapy aims to provide a holistic service to both the child and their family through individualised therapy and appropriate home programmes. MAES is a specialist post-graduate course designed for Paediatric Therapists to specialise in the treatment of children with Cerebral Palsy and similar neuro-developmental conditions.
Read more about the benefits of MAES Therapy here .
Meet The Team
Jennifer is passionate about improving all areas of function in her clients and is knowledgeable in cognitive rehabilitation and upper limb rehabilitation following neurological injury.
Jennifer has completed post-graduate training in MAES Therapy to provide therapy to children with neurological conditions and is also Workwell trained.
Megan moved to Pretoria from the Western Cape, and gained her experience working with all kinds of clients in an acute hospital setting and is based at Midstream Mediclinic.
She completed the Neurodevelopmental Supportive Care of the Preterm Infant in 2018 and has developed a strong affinity for working with young babies and children and assisting them to reach their milestones and functional goals.
Christi found her love and passion for neurological rehabilitation while completing her Community Service in Pietermaritzburg. She has been working in the field of neurological and physical rehabilitation since then and has helped people of all ages to regain their independence and dignity.
Christi has recently completed the MAES Therapy course and is also trained in Adult Bobath.