Lives on Boonwurrung land (she/her)
Breanna works with school-aged and adult clients, focusing on neurological conditions, upper limbs, and ASD, among other areas. Breanna partners with clients and their families to establish functional goals and strategies which can be utilised in their daily routines. Breanna aims to provide person-centred support that meets each individual’s unique needs. She employs a strengths-based approach to collaborate with individuals and families to help clients achieve their goals.
Breanna graduated with a Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (Hons) from Curtin University in Perth. Whilst completing her degree, Breanna was employed for several years as a support worker within the NDIS sector. In addition to working with clients in metropolitan areas, Breanna also has experience providing support to NDIS participants in rural areas of Western Australia. Through her involvement in fly-in, fly-out work, she has gained valuable insights into delivering services to diverse communities. She is able to adapt supports based on available resources and networks in rural areas.
Breanna has completed additional training including constraint-induced movement therapy (CIMT) and has her functional independence measure accreditation (FIM). Breanna has experience as a Clinical Supervisor to several Occupational Therapy students. She has recently moved to Melbourne, Victora.
AREAS OF PRACTICE
- Neurorehabilitation, including stroke and cognition
- Emotional learning
- Functional Capacity Assessments, including SIL
- Upper Limb Intervention