Aaron is an Occupational Therapist with experience in working with adults living with physical and psychosocial disabilities to achieve their personal and NDIS goals. Aaron has experience working with assistive technology, home modifications, SIL and SDA. Aaron brings a range of experience including assessment and support in implementing therapy to improve life outcomes for participants.
Abby is an Occupational Therapist who completed her Bachelor of Occupational Therapy at Deakin University. Abby has a keen interest in working with school aged children, adolescents and young adults. She is passionate about promoting independence and making a positive change in her participants lives. Abby has experience in completing a range of assessments and interventions to support participants to increase their independent living skills, social skills, emotional regulation and motor skills. Abby is a trained facilitator in the PEERS and SAS group programs.
Alex is an Occupational Therapist with experience in working with adults (18+ years of age) towards achieving their personal goals. Alex has a keen interest in working within the mental health sector by supporting individuals in their homes, work and the community. Alex brings a range of experience including assessment and development of graded interventions to ensure the people he works with are set up for success, as well as being provided with the relevant tools and strategies for ongoing improvement in their daily life.
Georgia is an Occupational Therapist with experience supporting adolescents and adults. Georgia is passionate about empowering participants to increase their independence and achieve their goals. Georgia has experience with functional assessments, assistive technology prescription, life skills development, minor home modifications, SIL and SDA. Georgia has also facilitated the evidence-based PEERS program for young adults.
Hannah has completed a Bachelor degree of Occupational Therapy at Deakin University. Hannah is passionate about supporting participants to increase their independence and achieve their goals. Hannah has experience working with adults and adolescents to complete functional assessments, assistive technology assessments, minor and major home modification assessments, SIL and SDA assessments as well as ongoing therapy to improve independent living skills.
Hayley completed her Bachelor of Occupational Therapy at Deakin University in Geelong in 2020 and has been working at Access Your Supports since. Hayley’s area of expertise is in children and early adolescences. Hayley is also a facilitator of the evidence based, spy themed, Secret Agent Society (SAS) group therapy program run for participants aged 8-12 to develop social and emotional skills. Hayley specialises in sensory profile assessments, fine and gross motor skill development, emotional regulation skills, social skills, handwriting, self-care tasks, community engagement, domestic tasks and daily routines. Hayley’s strives to enhance overall health and wellbeing through achieving participant goals.
Taylor is a passionate and enthusiastic Occupational Therapist who recently completed her Bachelor of Occupational Therapy at Deakin University. She has a background working with children, adolescents and their families to support participants achieve their goals and participate in meaningful occupations. Taylor strongly believes in a holistic approach and values the importance of a therapeutic relationship with all participants.
Amy is an Occupational Therapist who completed her Bachelor of Occupational Therapy at Deakin University. Amy is passionate about working with participants to increase their independence in meaningful activities and achieving their goals. Amy prioritises a person-centred approach to build rapport and ensure therapy is meaningful for participants.
Ashlie is an Occupational Therapist with a background in disability, childhood intervention and working with families. Ashlie is person centered in her approach and has a passion for equality and inclusion.
Austen is an Occupational Therapist who specialises in working with adolescents and adults to achieve their personal and NDIS listed goals. Austen has a keen interest in working with individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Intellectual Disabilities. Austen has experience with SIL and SDA, Assessments, Assistive Technology as well as providing interventions to assist with increasing participants’ independent living skills. Austen strongly believes in a holistic approach and building strong therapeutic relationships to improve therapy outcomes for participants.
Georgia is a Senior Occupational Therapist who has completed a Bachelor of Occupational Therapy at Deakin University. Georgia is passionate about working alongside adolescents and adults to increase their independence in all areas of daily living. Georgia has experience in completing functional assessments, sensory profile assessments, and she is also a trained facilitator of the Secret Agent Society group program. Georgia values the importance of a person-centred therapy approach and strives to assist participants in reaching their goals.
Maddy completed her Bachelor of Occupational Therapy at Deakin University in 2021. She has a passion for and a wide range of experience in supporting adolescents and young adults with developing and strengthening their independence. Maddy values collaborating with her participants and their families to determine their strengths, needs and goals while ensuring therapy is evidence-based, engaging and tailored to the individual.
Meg is an Occupational Therapist who has completed a Master of Occupational Therapy Practice at Monash University. Meg has a range of experience providing person centred and goal-oriented assessment and intervention to children, adolescents, and adults. Meg believes in the importance of tailoring treatment plans to individuals’ unique needs, while also collaborating with families and care teams, to assist people to achieve their goals. Meg is particularly passionate about working with children and adolescents and their families to support them to build their independence and live a meaningful and fulfilled life.
Nicole holds a Bachelor of Occupational Therapy and possesses many years experience working across a range of settings supporting adults living with psychosocial disability, as well as children and adolescents experiencing social and emotional difficulties such as anxiety and depression, and neurodevelopmental disorders including ASD and ADHD. Nicole is also experienced supporting children and adult with intellectual disabilities. Her varied skills and experiences place her well to support those with complex needs facing challenges on multiple levels with a holistic approach.
Sammy completed her Bachelor of Occupational Therapy at Deakin University. Sammy is passionate about supporting her NDIS participants to increase their independence and achieve their goals. Sammy enjoys working with adolescents and adults, and believes in using a person-centred approach. Sammy values building relationships with her participants to ensure therapy is meaningful and engaging.
Steph completed her Bachelor of Occupational Therapy at Deakin University. Steph has a background working with adolescents and young adults. Steph works with participants to complete Sensory Profile Assessments, Functional Capacity Assessments, SIL/SDA, Assistive Technology, and life skill development. She is passionate about helping individuals achieve their goals and reach their independence. Steph is committed to providing holistic person-centred care that empowers all participants to reach their goals.