Cambridgeshire occupational therapy services 

We cover the whole of the Cambridgeshire area and are widely acknowledged as the UK's leading specialist neurological occupational therapy service provider

   Our lives are overcrowded, over excited and over strained. We all want quiet. We all want beauty…We all need space. Unless we have it, we cannot reach that sense of quiet in which whispers of better things come to us gently.   

- Octavia Hill.


Octavia Hill was an influential social reformer who was born in Wisbech, Cambridgeshire. She worked passionately in the second half of the nineteenth century to improve the welfare of inhabitants of cities, especially London. She believed that the environment could have a positive or negative impact on an individual, ultimately impacting on their wellbeing, self-management and potential. We know this viewpoint is especially true following life changing illness and injury.

A little-known fact about Octavia is that her theories were adopted in the early evolutions of the occupational therapy profession. Like Octavia, our specialist occupational therapists recognise the importance of the environment. We understand that accessing specialist knowledge and expertise is essential and believe it is our responsibility to help you, and your family, find a sense of quiet in the chaos, so that you to, can listen for the ‘whispers of better things to come’.


Private neurological occupational therapy services covering the Cambridgeshire area including Cambridge, Ely, Huntingdon, Wisbech, St Neots and St Ives.


An accident or illness can impact significantly on our ability to complete the daily activities we take for granted. At Krysalis, we combine our expert knowledge of catastrophic and serious injury, including brain injury, spinal injury and neurological conditions, with innovative ways of working.

Our assessment and review process is undertaken by highly skilled neurological occupational therapists. Our clinical team consists of experienced and knowledgeable clinicians who are located throughout the United Kingdom. They are experts in the field of neurological rehabilitation.

Our occupational therapy services are designed to ensure that clinical intervention is comprehensive and effective.

Services are provided to individuals who self-refer, NHS commissioners, charities, insurance providers and medico-legal professionals. Our skilled team, based in the Cambridgeshire area provide services throughout Cambridge, Ely, Huntingdon, Wisbech, St Neots and St Ives.



Support Services in the Cambridgeshire Area


Brain injury group - Cambridgeshire
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Headway the brain injury association - Cambridgeshire
Different Strokes
The United Kingdom Acquired Brain Injury Forum
Cambridge Stroke Group


A skilled Neuro OT blends the knowledge of a person with an in-depth understanding of the brain and how it functions. They have a curious and enquiring mind regarding the components of activities and where the barriers to independence lie, with a persistent determination to problem-solve and help their client overcome the actual or perceived barriers to independence

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Join the team

Are you passionate about neurology and occupational therapy?

At Krysalis we believe in the endless possibilities and potential of people. We would like to help you realise your own potential.

Join the UK’s leading provider of neurological occupational therapy rehabilitation.

If you live in the Cambridgeshire area including Cambridge, Ely, Huntingdon, Wisbech, St Neots and Saint Ives and you are passionate about neurology and occupational therapy then please do get in touch, we would love to hear from you. We are always looking for the best neurological occupational therapists to join us and our friendly office team would be delighted to receive your call.


Medicine adds days to life, occupational therapy adds life to days


What makes us unique

Our approach has been designed to make a positive difference at every step on the journey towards independence.

We understand that living an independent life is reliant on our ability to be physically able to complete activities and to have the cognitive skills to understand, remember, organise and plan. Our uniqueness then comes from how we live our life and view the world.



The incentive that drives us to believe what we are capable of doing.


The custom of choosing how we spend our time doing what we want to or need to do.


The practice that helps form the day-to-day lifestyle choices we make.


The physical and cognitive skills required to complete an activity to our best ability.


The space around us; where we live and spend our time.


It is neither wealth nor splendor; but tranquility and occupation which give you happiness.

Thomas Jefferson

Further reading

From the history of our profession to the current practice of it you can find out all you need to know here...

The History of OT

The History of OT

Occupational therapy – the history of the profession Occupational Therapy is a little-known profession; many Occupational Therapists (OT) will spend their whole career introducing themselves to non-medical people as an OT and will, more often than not, receive a blank response.
Neuro OT in Context

Neuro OT in Context

OTs use activities to improve health and wellbeing, they work with all age groups and understand the concept of human occupation and behaviour, they understand activities, human function and the impact of the environment on individual abilities. Let’s put this theory into some context.
Neuro OT in Practice

Neuro OT in Practice

Effective rehabilitation and, specifically, Neuro OT are only beneficial if time has been taken to understand the person before commencing rehabilitation. Understanding an individual’s values, motivators and aspirations are an essential foundation to effective outcomes.
Our Blog and News feed

Our Blog and News feed

Our blog is full of interesting reads and the news feed is full of relevant information, awards and competition winners. We are passionate about occupational therapy and neurological rehabilitation. ‘Talking heads’ is a means of bringing together individuals and professionals interested in brain injury.


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Call today on 01722 466117