Kellie wanted to become an Occupational Therapist because of her passion for health, the body and a life-long need to help others maximise their functional goals.
Kellie has an extensive work history supporting children and families with complex functional, behavioural and social needs, a passion she developed while working as a Case Manager before becoming and Occupational Therapist.
Kellie continues to enjoy a holistic, achievable, realistic and down to earth approach to therapy. She has a special interest in equipment prescription and working with those with neurological conditions, both acquired and progressive. Kellie is passionate about disability advocacy, promoting independence, and supporting people to achieve their therapy goals.
Being a busy Mother of four, Kellie understands the importance of therapy remaining routine based making her a good problem-solver and pliable Therapist.
When not working as a fulltime Occupational Therapist with Ability Options, you will find Kellie anywhere near the ocean. A self-confessed “outdoors” person, Kellie enjoys new adventures, travelling, the beach, camping and spending time with her family.