Meet our Occupational Therapy Team
Amy is an Occupational Therapist at Out Loud. She graduated from Curtin University in 2010 with a Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy and has worked across a variety of areas in Perth, regional WA and Canada. She has returned to the South West and re-engaged with her passion for paediatrics. Amy is focused on delivering family-centred services to assist in daily activities and achieving goals as a team.
Catherine is an Occupational Therapist at Out Loud. She graduated from Curtin University in 2007 and since then has lived and worked in the South West across a range of areas including paediatrics, disability, aged care, community health and the not-for-profit sector. She is married to a school Principal and has three children and loves to travel.
Elissa is an Occupational Therapist at Out Loud Developmental Services who graduated from Curtin University with a Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy (Honours). She loves that she has the opportunity at Out Loud to support children and their families to increase opportunities for participation and independence in all meaningful activities. Outside of work Elissa enjoys cooking, staying fit, camping and playing board games with her friends and family.
Hannah is an Occupational Therapist at Out Loud Developmental Services, who graduated with first class honours from Curtin University. Hannah is passionate about working with families to increase client's independence and participation in all meaningful activities. In her spare time Hannah enjoys spending time with her family, pets Buddi and Snickers, and going swimming.
Grace is an Occupational Therapist at Out Loud Developmental Services.
Isobel (Izzy) is an Occupational Therapist at Out Loud Developmental Services, who graduated with first class honours from Curtin University. Izzy moved to the South West to start at Out Loud following her graduation from university. Izzy is passionate about adding to children's opportunities to meet their goals and promoting inclusion and equity for neurodiverse kids. In her spare time, you will find Izzy playing the bass guitar or the clarinet, listening to music or reading a good book.
Masha is an Occupational Therapist who graduated from Curtin University in 2015. Since then, Masha has worked in the Mandurah and South West regions. Masha is passionate about supporting children and their families to work as a team to achieve their occupational therapy goals. In her spare time, Masha enjoys spending time with her dog Buddy and many other pets, rock climbing and spending time with friends. Masha also speaks Dutch.