Behaviour Support Practitioner
Annie teaches people of all ages skills for daily living, be it handwriting and fine motor skills, social skills or understanding emotions and behaviours of themselves and others. Annie supports individuals, their caregivers and support team to build independence in the home, school/workplace and community environments. This is done through skills training and careful consideration of one’s functional capacity, environment, existing and necessary supports, and assistive technology recommendations.
Annie brings almost 20 years of experience working in the areas of mental health, behaviour, disability, child nutrition/community development and occupational rehabilitation. She has worked extensively with children, adolescents and adults in various settings (remote, regional, metropolitan, government, non-government, community, inpatient, forensic and private practice) and diverse team environments.
Annie’s professional qualifications include:
- Bachelor of Applied Science (Occupational Therapy)
- Diploma of Access Consulting
- Graduate Certificate in Mental Health
Annie brings a fun approach to supporting one’s commitment in daily life, assisting them to embrace their strengths and also life lessons or challenges that can support their life learning and development.