Sarah Foley

Sarah Foley is a paediatric physiotherapist with a career focusing on neurodisability. In 2003 she co-founded the Kids Plus Foundation a not-for-profit community-based provider of services for [...]

Noah Callan

My name is Noah and I am an AAC user. One of my greatest passions is the excitement of discovering new technology and the incredible impact it has in dramatically improving the quality of my [...]

Danielle Atkins

Danielle has worked in neuropaediatrics as an Occupational Therapist across a range of age groups and settings in the UK and New Zealand. She currently holds the Central Region Expert Visiting [...]

Thomas Banks

Thomas Banks is the Managing Director at Centre for Access. Thomas grew up in Geelong, but now he’s based in inner city Melbourne. He lives with mild Cerebral Palsy, but he lives a big life [...]

Robyn Heesh

Robyn Heesh is an Occupational Therapist with 20 years clinical experience working with children with disabilities and their families in community, school, early intervention, hospital and [...]

Kelly Reynolds

Kelly Reynolds is a Senior Physiotherapist with over 20 years’ experience working within the field of neuro-paediatrics across a range of ages and settings, including early intervention services, [...]

Kylie Barsby

Presentation | We speak PODD…the journey of a family using Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) In this presentation we explore the journey of Kylie’s son Lachie starting and [...]

Tanja Spencer

Tanja is a Physiotherapist who works with kids and families, helping them become more active, and more engaged in sports.  She established a Running Group at the Victorian Paediatric [...]

Stacey Alexander

Stacey is a psychologist with a background in Child Protection, Disability Services, Early Childhood Intervention, management and consultancy. Stacey is co-author of The Key Worker: Resources for [...]

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