Sri is a seasoned Consultant in Paediatric Neurodisability, with over 20 years of experience. He is a specialist in assessment of: ASD, ADHD, Dyspraxia, Intellectual disability, Developmental delay, SEN and Motor Impairments. Now, practising in an Independent Neurodisability Practice at Oxford Centre for Neurodevelopment and at Manor Hospital in Oxford. He also undertakes Medico-legal work. Previously, he has worked as a Consultant Neurodisability Paediatrician at Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, for over 13 years. Sri has worn many hats over the past 2 amazing decades. He has served as a Educational Supervisor (13y), Clinical Supervisor (14y), Consultant Appraiser (12y+), Clinical Governance Lead (10y), Child Development Team Lead (13y+), Down Syndrome Service Lead (6y+). Some of his key achievements: - He has delivered care to over 20,000 children with complex needs, working closely with members of the multi-disciplinary team. - Sri has supervised dozens of doctors. Over a dozen of whom are now working in NHS as consultants. - He edited, the ‘Oxford Handbook of Community Paediatrics’, published by Oxford University Press. This book is sold worldwide. This has been the foremost book in his field of practice since 2012. - As a Course Director, he conducted annual 5-day child development courses at Wolfson College Oxford. He has trained paediatricians from over 20 countries. - University of Oxford awarded him with a ‘Hon Senior Clinical Lecturer’ in 2007. - Sri started various clinical services in Oxford e.g. Transition Clinic, Joint-CAMHS clinic, Dyslexia Screening. Presented my work at International Conferences. - His work covered on BBC Radio, TV and local papers. - Sri was awarded 3 Clinical Excellence Awards by Oxford University Hospitals. Sri loves running. He has fundraised over £10,000 for charities by running half/full marathons over the past decade. To him, there is nothing greater than assessing children with special needs, diagnosing their disability, empowering and enabling them with a treatment plan. He believes that this a fantastic process and he feels blessed to participate in. Get in touch if there is an opportunity for him to assess and enable a child. www.ocnd.co.uk.
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