Illawarra

Shoalhaven

Macarthur

Perth Metro

Illawarra

Occupational Therapists

Marie Lucas

B. App. Sc. (OT), G. Dip. Ergonomics

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Marie Lucas

B. App. Sc. (OT), G. Dip. Ergonomics

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About Marie

B. App. Sc. (OT), G. Dip.
Ergonomics

Marie is a registered occupational therapist with 25 years’ experience in the assessment and management of injury, illness and disability on an individual’s functional capacity and their ability to participate in their daily activities.

She has clinical and case management experience working with:

  • upper and lower limb amputations
  • hand injuries
  • musculoskeletal injuries
  • age-related illness and injury, and dementia
  • acquired brain injury, traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, chronic pain and depression
  • palliative care.

Sarah Radford

B. App. Sc (OT)

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Sarah Radford

B. App. Sc (OT)

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About Sarah

Sarah completed a Bachelor of Occupational Therapy in 2012. Since graduating, she has worked in a variety of settings within Illawarra Shoalhaven and South Western Sydney including acute, rehabilitation and community roles.

She has worked with clients with diverse diagnoses and disabilities such as neurological, spinal, trauma, complex orthopaedics, degenerative conditions, congenital conditions, palliative care and age-related conditions.

Sarah has experience providing complex equipment prescription; seating assessments and wheelchair prescription; pressure care education and product prescription; minor and major environmental modifications, and upper limb therapy programs.

Clementine White

BSc H E P & PG Dip OT with MSc in Health through Occupation

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Clementine White

BSc H E P & PG Dip OT with MSc in Health through Occupation

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About Clementine

Clementine graduated in 2002 from the University of Brighton, in the United Kingdom, with a Postgraduate Diploma in Occupational Therapy and Master of Science in Health through Occupation. After gaining experience in acute physical health she developed a special interest in wheelchairs and specialist seating, working in the Sussex Rehabilitation Centre. She also worked in community rehabilitation and rapid response in North Somerset, before moving to Australia.

Clementine has worked in Sydney and Illawarra for a number of years, in a variety of roles including private rehabilitation, community and aged care.
She has 12 years’ experience providing occupational therapy interventions to clients with a range of diagnoses including orthopaedics, medical/surgical, neurological and age-related conditions.

Kate Woods

B. OT

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Kate Woods

B. OT

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About Kate

Kate completed a Bachelor of Occupational Therapy in 2004. Since then she has worked through a variety of health settings both in Australia and the UK. More recently she has been working in the Illawarra/Shoalhaven health district, predominantly within a rehabilitation setting.

She has also worked across the Acute Stroke Unit, Illawarra Brain Injury Service and has run an out patient upper limb group. She has experience providing services to clients with diverse diagnoses and disabilities including neurological, spinal, trauma, complex orthopaedics, degenerative conditions, palliative care, and aged related conditions.

Her experience has included completing equipment prescription, seating assessments and wheelchair prescription, pressure care education and prescription of products, minor and major environmental modifications, upper limb therapy programs, cognitive rehabilitation and community access retraining.

When she is not working she is normally chasing her two children around, playing netball or surfing the local breaks with her family.

Emma South

B. OT

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Emma South

B. OT

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About Emma

Emma completed a Bachelor of Occupational Therapy in 2016. Since graduating, she has worked in a number of different settings in South Western Sydney including acute, rehabilitation, palliative care and hand therapy.

Emma has worked with a wide variety of clients with complex injuries, diagnoses and disabilities including neurological, trauma, psychiatric, degenerative and congenital conditions. She also has a keen interest in the needs of individuals with hearing impairment and keeping up with the latest technology in this field. 

Emma has experience in home modifications and equipment prescription as well as hand therapy and splinting. She has completed training with the Australian Hand Therapy Association and Sydney Hand Hospital and is an associate member of the Australian Hand Therapy Association. Emma is also training in management of Upper Body Lymphoedema and is a member of the Australian Lymphoedema Association. 

Emma is passionate about solving problems and developing innovative solutions to promote function, independence and enjoyment in life.

Outside of work, Emma enjoys exploring the outdoors, travelling, creative arts and following the footy.

Maria Londono-Galindo

B. OT

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Maria Londono-Galindo

B. OT

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About Maria

Maria completed a Bachelor of Occupational Therapy in 2009 and has since worked in a variety of health settings in the private and public sectors. Maria has provided services to clients with diverse disabilities and diagnosis during her career.

Her clinical experience includes return to work support services and case management, aged care rehabilitation and acute care, cardiac, amputee, palliative care, complex orthopaedic and trauma. Maria has also had extensive experience in medical/surgical conditions, pressure care management, equipment prescription and environmental modifications.

Stephanie Medlin

B. OT

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Stephanie Medlin

B. OT

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About Stephanie

Steph completed a Bachelor of Occupational Therapy in 2012. Since graduating, she has worked in a variety of roles in Sydney, Canberra, Illawarra Shoalhaven, London and the Far South Coast. These roles have primarily been within the community setting, though she also has experience across acute, rehabilitation, and aged care settings.

Her experience includes completing simple and complex equipment prescription; seating assessments and wheelchair prescription; pressure care education and prescription of products; and minor and major environmental modifications.

Steph has worked with clients with a diverse range of disabilities and diagnoses including traumatic conditions (brain injury and spinal cord), developmental disabilities, orthopaedics, neurological, degenerative, and age-related conditions.

Bridget Haywood

B. App. Sc. (OT)

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Bridget Haywood

B. App. Sc. (OT)

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About Bridget

Bridget graduated with a Bachelor of Occupational Therapy in 2021.

Across her clinical placements, Bridget has developed experience in acute orthopaedic, inpatient rehabilitation, and community paediatric settings. She has worked with clients across the lifespan with diverse needs and diagnoses. These include neurological, musculoskeletal, mental health conditions, intellectual disability, autism spectrum disorder, and developmental impairments.

Bridget is passionate about empowering clients to live life to the fullest by partnering with them to achieve their goals.

Outside work hours, Bridget is looking after her plants, completing DIY projects, or enjoying the outdoors – all with a coffee in hand.

Eliza Hogarth

Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (Honours)

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Eliza Hogarth

Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (Honours)

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About Eliza

Eliza graduated from Western Sydney University with a Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (Honours) in 2018, receiving Honours Class 1 and the Western Sydney University Medal.

Since graduating, Eliza has worked in the Southern NSW and Illawarra Shoalhaven Health Districts across acute hospital wards and inpatient rehabilitation settings.

Eliza has worked with clients with a diverse range of diagnoses and disabilities, including orthopaedics, musculoskeletal, neurological, amputations, and degenerative and age-related conditions. Her experience includes equipment prescription, minor home modifications, upper limb therapy and pressure injury prevention and management.

Outside of work, Eliza enjoys spending time with her family, going to the beach and spending time with her Golden Retriever Flynn.

Mikaela Raposio

Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (Honours)

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Mikaela Raposio

Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (Honours)

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About Mikaela

Mikaela graduated in 2019 with a Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (Honours). Since graduating, Mikaela has followed her passion for Occupational therapy in mental health in both the community and inpatient settings across the South Western Sydney Local Health District and Illawarra Shoalhaven Local Health District.

Mikaela’s experience includes case management and crisis intervention work within the community setting, working with young adults and adults with various mental health diagnoses, clients who have experienced trauma and forensic clients. Mikaela has also worked in the inpatient setting on an acute mental health ward. Mikaela has experience completing cognitive assessments, cooking assessments, group programs, interventions to improve socio-emotional skills and sensory interventions to support clients in their recovery journey.

Mikaela is passionate about supporting clients to improve their overall health and well-being by utilising a strengths-based and recovery-orientated approach whilst working collaboratively with them to achieve their goals.

Outside of work, Mikaela loves to go to the beach, read books, drink endless cups of coffee, socialise with friends, and spend time with her husband and two cats, Jekyll and Hyde.

Jack Haines

Bachelor of Occupational Therapy

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Jack Haines

Bachelor of Occupational Therapy

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About Jack

Jack has recently graduated from Western Sydney University with a Bachelor of Occupational Therapy in 2023.

During Jack’s studies he has experienced clinical placements in a community healthcare setting. During these placements he developed a passion for working in this area and is excited about being able to provide opportunities to his participants to help them reach their goals.

In Jack’s spare time he enjoys spending his time socialising with friends and family, exercising, and playing soccer.

Elysse Stevens

Bachelor of Occupational Therapy

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Elysse Stevens

Bachelor of Occupational Therapy

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About Elysse

Elysse has recently graduated with a Bachelor of Occupational Therapy.

Elysse has previously worked as an Allied Health Assistant in paediatric and hospital settings in the Macarthur area with individuals of all ages. Elysse enjoys helping others to achieve their goals and understanding their life stories and how that has influenced where they are today.

Outside of work Elysse enjoys spending time with her friends and family, being outdoors and competing with her horses.

Physiotherapists

Elanna Zapirain

Bachelor of Physiotherapy

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Elanna Zapirain

Bachelor of Physiotherapy

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About Elanna

Elanna graduated from Charles Sturt University with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 2013.

Since then she has worked across a broad range of specialties including: Neurology, Stroke, Acute Medicine, Geriatrics, Respiratory, Intensive Care, Emergency Department, Paediatrics and most recently on COVID wards in the UK.

Elanna has recently returned home to Wollongong after 5 years of working across the UK.

Outside of work Elanna participates in community theatre and loves spending time at the beach.

Elanna strives for a holistic approach when providing therapy, as well as making it fun, enjoyable and targeted to achieve each individual’s goals.

Cayley Robertson

Master of Physiotherapy

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Cayley Robertson

Master of Physiotherapy

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About Cayley

Cayley graduated from Sydney University with a Master of Physiotherapy in 2014.

Since graduating she has worked at Wollongong Hospital, gaining extensive experience across a number of clinical areas including cardiorespiratory, pulmonary rehabilitation, general medical, critical care and neurology.

Cayley has a passion for assisting participants to optimise their health and improve overall quality of life. She strives to provide therapy that is holistic, individualised and targeted towards achieving a participant’s identified goals.

Outside of work Cayley enjoys playing netball, hiking, watching live music and catching up with family and friends.

Damien Barratt

B. App. Sc. Physiotherapy

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Damien Barratt

B. App. Sc. Physiotherapy

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About Damien

Damien completed his undergraduate degree in physiotherapy at the University of Sydney in 1994. In 2013, he was awarded a Master of Philosophy (Research) from the University of Sydney.

After graduating as a physiotherapist, Damien worked in Tasmania for six months before relocating to the USA, where he worked as a physiotherapist for five years in a variety of clinical settings.

After returning to Australia, Damien worked as the Senior Physiotherapist in the spinal cord injury unit at Royal North Shore Hospital. In 2017, he moved to the South Coast and has worked in private practice, the Shoalhaven District Memorial and David Berry hospitals, and the Illawarra Brain Injury Service. He has also worked as a private consultant in his own private practice, seeing spinal cord injury clients in the community.

When he isn’t working, Damien loves singing, playing music and watching live music. He also finds time to fish and brew beer.

Lisa Prior

Bachelor of Exercise Science Master of Physiotherapy

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Lisa Prior

Bachelor of Exercise Science Master of Physiotherapy

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About Lisa

Lisa graduated from the University of Wollongong in 2017 with a Bachelor of Exercise Science. She then progressed on to the University of Sydney graduating in 2019 with a Master of Physiotherapy.

Lisa has a strong passion for rehabilitation and works as a sports physiotherapist in Unanderra and an aged care physiotherapist for venues across the Illawarra. She has gained experience in many musculoskeletal, neurological, and cardiorespiratory conditions.

Lisa has also been on camp as physiotherapist for the FIJI women’s national netball team in Sydney for the Aus-Pacific series.

Lisa enjoys getting to know her clients and having an individualistic approach to improving their quality of life.

Outside of work, Lisa enjoys playing soccer, hiking for waterfalls, and spending time with her dog Theo.

Natasha Sewell

Master of Physiotherapy

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Natasha Sewell

Master of Physiotherapy

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About Natasha

Natasha first graduated from the University of Wollongong in 2020 with a Bachelor of Pre-medicine, Science and Health (Exercise Science Major) before deciding to continue her studies, graduating with a Master of Physiotherapy in 2022.

During her years at university, Natasha gained valuable experience with many musculoskeletal, neurological, and cardiorespiratory conditions. Natasha has also worked as a Sports Trainer for local sports teams in Illawarra.

Natasha believes in a goal-driven approach to physiotherapy, where participants have fun while completing challenging and diverse exercises!

Away from work, Natasha enjoys exercising, crocheting, and the beach.

Exercise Physiologists

Justin Mears

Master of Exercise Physiology

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Justin Mears

Master of Exercise Physiology

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About Justin

Justin first graduated with a Bachelor of Health Science (Sport & Exercise Science) degree in 2016 where he gained practicum experience alongside Sport Scientists, Pilates Instructors and Personal Trainers. Hoping to pursue a career in a rehabilitation setting, Justin continued his studies at the University of Sydney and graduated with a Master of Exercise Physiology in 2018.

In his graduate year, Justin gained valuable experience across multiple health settings including cardiac rehabilitation at Wollongong Hospital and the mental health inpatient unit at Liverpool Hospital. He also spent time working in neurological and musculoskeletal-based settings with the ‘Neuromoves’ team in Lismore.

Having spent the last two years working in private practice, Justin has become well versed in musculoskeletal and neurological-based rehabilitation utilising both land- and water-based settings. He enjoys working with people living with disabilities and strives to make all his exercise sessions “fun and effective”.

Outside of work, Justin enjoys completing home projects, watching live music with friends, and playing football for Berkeley Sports Football Club.

Mathew Mears

Master of Exercise Physiology

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Mathew Mears

Master of Exercise Physiology

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About Mathew

Mat first graduated from the University of Wollongong in 2013 with a Bachelor of Exercise Science, then continued his studies at the University of Sydney and graduated with a Master of Exercise Physiology in 2016. Mat also completed a Graduate Certificate in Strength and Conditioning in 2019.

Mat loves working with people. He enjoys helping people take control of their health to help them achieve their goals. For the past seven years, Mat has worked across many health schemes in private practice and gained valuable experience working with a variety of clientele. He has interests in musculoskeletal and neurological rehabilitation and exercise’s role in pain management.

Outside of work, Mat enjoys spending time with family and friends and playing local football for Berkeley Sports Football Club.

Allied Health Assistant

Ashley Mears

Bachelor of Nutrition Science

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Ashley Mears

Bachelor of Nutrition Science

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About Ashley

Ashley is an Allied Health Assistant who has previously graduated from the University of Wollongong in 2021 with a Bachelor of Nutrition Science. 

Ashley will continue her studies in health, with the aim of helping other to achieve their goals, however big or small they may be. 

Outside of work, Ashley enjoys listening to music, line dancing socially and competitively, and playing soccer.

Kate Nightingale

Allied Health Assistant

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Kate Nightingale

Allied Health Assistant

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About Kate

Kate worked in Sydney as a House Manager at a respite home for people with physical and or intellectual disabilities. She worked with people who had challenging behaviours.

After having her three children, Kate worked as a School Learning Support Officer at a mainstream primary school in the Illawarra, proving support to the class for children with learning disabilities and challenging behaviours.

In her spare time she loves being with family and friends, going to the gym and spending time at the beautiful beaches of the Illawarra. She also enjoys bushwalking.

Kimberley Smythe

Allied Health Assistant

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Kimberley Smythe

Allied Health Assistant

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About Kimberley

Kimberley is an Allied Health Assistant who is currently studying a Bachelor of Health Science/Master of Occupational Therapy.

Kimberley worked in the Advertising industry for 10 years until recently having her first child, which further drove her desire to change careers and assist others. She has a strong passion for helping people be the best version of themselves.

Outside of work Kimberley enjoys the outdoors including bushwalking, surfing, and going to the beach. She also enjoys spending time with her family and travelling.

Katie Lawler

Allied Health Assistant

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Katie Lawler

Allied Health Assistant

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About Katie

Katie is an Allied Health Assistant with over 15 years experience in the legal field and 5 years in aged care.  Working in these industries Katie has obtained valuable experience when caring for clients needs.

Katie enjoys providing opportunities and assistance to her clients, which is important to her.

Outside of work , Katie enjoys spending time with family and friends and going to the beach.

Administration

Renee Myers

Assistant Practice Manager (JOP)

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Renee Myers

Assistant Practice Manager (JOP)

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About Renee

Renee commenced working at IOT in July 2020 as Assistant Practice Manager.

Renee worked in Sydney for many years in the legal sector, in a variety of roles including Legal Assistant, Office Manager and Receptionist in law firms.

She has recently commenced training in Equine Assisted Learning.

Until recently Renee was the registrar for Corrimal Juniors Surf Life Saving Club. Renee enjoys spending time with her family and friends and reluctantly goes to the gym.

Wayne Rohoseink

Practice Manager (Diploma in OHS)

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Wayne Rohoseink

Practice Manager (Diploma in OHS)

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About Wayne

Wayne worked in the steel industry for many years. He worked in a number of areas of the steelworks during his time in the industry. He worked in Administration, Occupational Health and Safety and Production Management during his time there.

Wayne has worked for IOT as Practice Manager for the past five years.

In his spare time Wayne enjoys spending time with his family and is a keen fan of rugby league.

Sophie Whittaker

Personal Assistant

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Sophie Whittaker

Personal Assistant

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About Sophie

Sophie has completed her Diploma in Business Administration.

Sophie previously worked in Administration at the University of Wollongong. She has gained widespread experience in providing assistance to higher management. She has skills in providing customer service to a varied range of stakeholders. Sophie enjoys the satisfaction of being able to assist individuals to make their job easier.

When Sophie is not at work you will find her spending time with family and friends or watching Netflix. She also enjoys walks to the beach with her partner and dog.

Claire Meiser

Intake Officer

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Claire Meiser

Intake Officer

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About Claire

Claire has a Bachelor of Public Health majoring in Health Promotion.

Previously Claire worked for a non-for-profit organisation gaining experience working within both Aged Care and Disabilities sectors. This involved providing a range of client services’, administration tasks and support to higher management.

Claire also has experience in Events Management and loves to be organised while having great time management skills.

Outside of work Claire enjoys spending time with friends and family, watching live music, visiting the local cafes, and walking along the beach.

Marilyn Ng

Receptionist

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Marilyn Ng

Receptionist

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About Marilyn

Marilyn has a postgraduate degree in Business.

She has previously worked as an NDIS support worker, in the education and retail industries, and administration and logistics management in non-profit organisations.

Marilyn enjoys music, spending time with friends and family, being outdoors, travelling, and food.

Shoalhaven

Occupational Therapists

Madei Low

B. App. Sc. (OT)

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Madei Low

B. App. Sc. (OT)

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About Madei

Madei Low is an occupational therapist with five years’ experience, currently living in Jervis Bay and working in the Shoalhaven region.

She has worked in Australia and Canada, and gained experience in a variety of settings including acute hospitals, inpatient rehabilitation, community rehabilitation and jobsite settings. Madei has provided services to clients with diverse diagnoses and disabilities, from complex orthopaedic, neurological, trauma and medical/surgical conditions to age-related conditions.

Her clinical experience includes disability, neurological rehabilitation, community rehabilitation, functional and cognitive retraining, equipment prescription, wheelchairs and seating, environmental modifications, return to work support services and case management services.

Anna Debeck

Occupational Therapists

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Anna Debeck

Occupational Therapists

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About Anna

Anna has retrained as an Occupational Therapy in 2012. Early in her career she worked in rural and remote and indigenous health settings in Queensland then transitioned into working in aged care where she developed specialised Occupational Therapy skills in palliative care and age-related conditions.

Since relocating to the Illawarra with her family, she has worked mainly in Hospital settings as an Occupational therapist. She has serviced Emergency and High dependency wards through to Rehab and Palliative care wards. She has experience with a diverse range of disabilities and diagnosis and is passionate in assisting people with disabilities and their families reach their personal goals and maximize their quality of life.

Reagan Dunlop

B. OT (Honours)

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Reagan Dunlop

B. OT (Honours)

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About Reagan

Reagan graduated with a Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (Honours) in 2018 from Western Sydney University. Since then, she has worked in the community providing services to clients with diverse diagnoses and disabilities including neurological conditions, spinal cord injuries, intellectual disabilities, and aged related conditions. 

Her clinical experience includes completing minor and complex equipment prescriptions, pressure care, falls prevention, cognitive assessments and retraining, functional assessments and retraining, and minor and major environmental modifications.

Physiotherapists

Bec Smith

Bachelor of Physiotherapy & Masters in Clinical Rehabilitation (Neurological Physiotherapy)

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Bec Smith

Bachelor of Physiotherapy & Masters in Clinical Rehabilitation (Neurological Physiotherapy)

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About Bec

Rebecca graduated from the University of Queensland in 2006 with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy. She then went on to graduate from Flinders University with a Masters in Clinical Rehabilitation (Neurological Physiotherapy) in 2018.
Since graduating in 2006 Rebecca has predominantly worked in inpatient, outpatient and community rehabilitation settings. She has a passion for Neurological Physiotherapy, holistic care and improving the quality of life of her clients.

When not at work you will find Rebecca training, teaching, and competing in Karate.

Exercise Physiologists

Emily Kinnane

Master of Clinical Exercise Physiology

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Emily Kinnane

Master of Clinical Exercise Physiology

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About Emily

Emily first graduated from the University of Wollongong in 2020 with a Bachelor of Exercise Science, before deciding to continue her studies and graduating with a Master of Clinical Exercise Physiology in 2022.

During her final years at university Emily worked as an Allied Health Assistant where she gained valuable experience working with persons with neurological conditions as well as cancer.

Emily believes in a holistic approach to therapy and enjoys designing programs that are fun, engaging and targets each individuals’ personal needs and goals.

Away from work Emily enjoys spending time with her family, doing craft, reading, playing netball, and exploring the great outdoors.

Allied Health Assistant

Hayley Dwyer

Allied Health Assistant

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Hayley Dwyer

Allied Health Assistant

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About Hayley

Hayley is an Allied Health Assistant with 12 years previous experience working in Early Childhood and Community Services. In the last 5 years Hayley has expanded her work in the community through valuable experience working in Disability Support and Aged Care.

Hayley has a strong passion for supporting and motivating individuals to achieve their goals and maintain independence.

When Hayley is not spending time with her two children, she enjoys socialising with friends and family, bushwalking or heading to the beach.

Macarthur

Occupational Therapists

Laura Norman

Bachelor of Applied Science

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Laura Norman

Bachelor of Applied Science

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About Laura

Laura graduated as an occupational therapist in 2009. Since then, she has gained experience across a variety of settings including private practice, inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation, paediatrics and community settings. Laura has predominantly worked within the Illawarra and South Western Sydney regions.

She has worked with individuals with a diverse range of health and disability conditions including orthopaedics, neurological, developmental, cardiac, degenerative conditions, autism spectrum disorder and age-related conditions.

Laura has experience providing functional mobility and transfer retraining, simple and complex assistive technology prescription, seating and wheelchair prescriptions, pressure care education and equipment, home modifications and running education program including back care, manual handling, falls prevention and cardiac education.

Laura enjoys a good vanilla latte, backpacking the world (her goal is to go to all the Disney’s with only Shanghai Disney left) and when she is not working Laura is kept busy looking after her 2 young daughters.

Allied Health Assistant

Emily Carter

Allied Health Assistant

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Emily Carter

Allied Health Assistant

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About Emily

Emily is an Allied Health Assistant who is currently studying a Bachelor of Occupational Therapy. 

Emily finds great enjoyment in getting to know other people and learning their unique life stories and experiences. She has a strong passion to empower, motivate and help others to achieve any goal they set their mind to.

Outside of work, Emily enjoys socialising with friends and family, walking her dog and going to the beach.

Perth Metro

Occupational Therapists

Taneeka Bettenay

B. Health. Sc, M. OT

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Taneeka Bettenay

B. Health. Sc, M. OT

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About Taneeka

Taneeka is a registered occupational therapist. She completed a Bachelor of Health Science majoring in Health Promotion and a Master’s Degree in Occupational Therapy. Since graduating, Taneeka has worked across Western Australia and New South Wales.

Her clinical experience includes disability, equipment prescription, home modifications and paediatrics. Taneeka has worked with a diverse range of disabilities including neurological conditions, spinal cord injuries, intellectual disabilities, upper and lower limb amputations, Motor Neurone Disease and palliative care.

Taylor Langley

Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy

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Taylor Langley

Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy

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About Taylor

Taylor is a registered Occupational Therapist. She completed a Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy in 2021 in Perth, WA.

Across her clinical placements, Taylor has developed experience in acute hospital settings, age care, mental health services, and in community disability services. Since graduating Taylor has worked in a community based paediatric setting. She has worked with clients across the lifespan with a range of different needs and diagnoses. These include autism spectrum disorder, developmental delays, mental health conditions, neurological conditions, and intellectual disability.

Taylor is passionate about developing a client centred approach with each client to help support clients to achieve their goals.

Outside of work hours Taylor enjoys spending time with her daughter, having coffee at local cafes, spending time with family and friends, reading books, and travelling.