Mohamed Hassan is a highly skilled and experienced Brain Injury Rehab Program Manager currently working at Sultan Bin Abdulaziz Humanitarian City. With a Master of Science in Advanced Occupational Therapy from both The University of Salford and Plymouth University, as well as a Diploma in Occupational Therapy from Kenya Medical Training College-Nairobi, he possesses an impressive educational background.
His expertise in leading an interdisciplinary team and implementing CARF Accredited Brain Injury Specialty Rehab Program has made him one of the most respected professionals in his field. Previously, he was a Rehabilitation and Inclusion Consultant, a Pediatric Rehabilitation Manager, an Occupational Therapist Supervisor, and an Occupational Therapist.
Mohamed's vast knowledge and experience go beyond clinical practice to include managing disability programs, providing refugee assistance services, and working in special education. He takes pride in his dedication to helping individuals with disabilities achieve their goals, providing high-quality therapy services, and creating inclusive environments where everyone can thrive.