Cannington

Andrew Browton

Clinical Manager (Central)

My qualifications

Bachelor of Science (Occupational Therapy) – Curtin University

Driver Trained Occupational Therapist – University of Sydney

Certificate IV Transport & Logistics (Driving Instructor)

My specialisation/special interest

Driving assessment and rehabilitation. I love working with people who require vehicle modifications to assist them either begin driving or get back behind the wheel. I enjoy working with people who are neurodiverse to assist with building their capacity and gaining their driver licence. I enjoy working with people of all ages and have many years of experience assessing the fitness to drive in older adults with dementia or an age-related decline.

My superpower, if I could have anything

Teleporting so I could go wherever I want in the blink of an eye (it would also help because I am always late!)

What gets me up in the morning

Coffee.

Why I joined Superyou

To join an organisation invested in people and reimagining therapy. Superyou provides me with the opportunity to lead a team of skilled therapists to deliver the best quality services to our clients. I love seeing our team passionate about what they do and celebrating the achievement of their client goals.

Kelvin Kong

Manager Assistive Technology and Innovation

My qualifications

Bachelor of Human Biology (Preclinical) – Curtin University
Master of Occupational Therapy – Curtin University

My specialisation / special interest

Anything innovative and technology related – Robotics, VR, Gaming, Access, etc.

My superpower, if I could have anything

Photographic memory.

What gets me up in the morning

I am not a morning person, and I don’t drink coffee, but my child jumping into bed and waking me up helps.

Why I joined Superyou

The opportunity to join an organisation with an overarching ethos that values employees and is always looking at better ways of delivering therapy.

Johanna Walley

Senior Occupational Therapist

My qualifications

Masters Occupational Therapy (Curtin University)

My specialisation/special interest

Accessibility, be it through home modifications, assistive technology or therapy. I focus on assisting people in doing what they want or need to do.

My superpower, if I could have anything

Teleportation. I have family all over Australia and overseas, so it would be great to see them all in the blink of an eye.

What gets me up in the morning

Coffee… and my kids :)

Why I joined Superyou

The opportunity to be part of a great multidisciplinary team.

Cameron Bownes

Senior Occupational Therapist

My qualifications

I completed my Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy at Curtin University back in 2015.

My specialisation / special interest

I have an interest working with adolescents and young people, specifically working with Mental Health, which I am learning more about each day. I find it really rewarding being able to support people to fully engage in their life in a meaningful way. Being a part of their recovery journey, guided by their own life experience and interests to find creative solutions to the challenges of life.

What inspires me

As corny and cliché as it sounds, I’m constantly inspired by the people I get to work with each day. Seeing how my amazing colleagues work with their clients, helping them to achieve their goals, develop their therapeutic relationships and help make positive changes to other’s lives.

Also seeing how my clients and their families achieve their own goals, respond to and overcome challenges in their lives, and support themselves and each other through life.

What gets me up in the morning

My coffee machine. And the opportunity to attempt to make something resembling latte art in my mug. It’s slow progress…

Why I joined Superyou

I moved home late last year after five years living and working in The UK. The NDIS has changed and grown significantly in that time. I was left to make a choice between seeking work in a mainstream mental health service, or re-engaging in the NDIS sector.

I saw that there was a gap for people who live with disability having access to mental health support within the NDIS model. Not long after returning home, I sat down with a good friend who happened to work at Superyou, who spoke volumes about the service and how it is designed to support it’s clinicians to support it’s clients and were actively seeking someone to come in and support the development of psychosocial supports within the organisation. So I took them up on the offer and have not looked back!

Amy Orlowski

Senior Speech Pathologist

Danielle Hutton

Senior Speech Pathologist

My qualifications (incl University name)

Bachelor of Speech Pathology, Flinders University in South Australia.

My specialisation / special interest

My special area of interest is assistive technology and I specialise in Augmentative and Alternative Communication, also known as AAC. I am dedicated to working with individual clients, their families, and their supports, to get the right equipment for them, to ensure that they are able to communicate and participate to the best of their ability, and in all the parts of their life that matter most to them. I also specialise in working with early intervention, mealtimes and dysphagia, stuttering and complex communication needs across the life span.

What inspires me

I am inspired daily, by the motivation and commitment that I witness in this role from families, parents and client’s themselves when it comes to their dedication and motivation for progress. Seeing the impact that comes from the work we do, and the change that it can have on the daily life of someone we work with, inspires me to keep growing and learning so that I can do more in this role for more people.

What gets me up in the morning

Without a doubt, it’s a coffee in the sunshine and a morning yoga class or a quick dip in the ocean!

Why I joined Superyou

I joined Superyou because Superyou allows for its team of therapists to think outside of the box of traditional therapy and think of ways that we can have lasting and meaningful impacts in the work that we do for the people that we are here to help. It allows space for me to be a creative therapist that is doing what I do, without limitations and within a supportive workplace and team environment.

Lily Harris

Senior Physiotherapist

My qualifications

Bachelor of Physiotherapy – University of Notre Dame 

My specialisation/special interest

My specialisation includes paediatrics, cerebral palsy, and assistive technology. I am also particularly skilled in making up songs on the spot and blowing bubbles – a necessary skill in paediatrics!

My superpower, if I could have anything

Definitely talking to animals.

What gets me up in the morning

My horses – not literally, but to feed them I have to get out of bed, so they’re a good motivator!

Why I joined Superyou

To provide my clients with the best care possible and help them to achieve their goals. 

Rachel Grimwade

Senior Occupational Therapist

Anna Sallows

Senior Occupational Therapist

Jordan Brierley

Occupational Therapist

My qualifications

Bachelor of Science (Occupational Therapy) – Curtin University.

My specialisation / special interest

Working with people living with disabilities.

My superpower, if I could have anything

The ability to fly, so I could visit anywhere I’d like.

What gets me up in the morning

Going for a walk along the river.

Why I joined Superyou

The opportunity to work in a new organisation around a bunch of experienced therapists who I can learn from.

Sacha Pitcher

Speech Pathologist

My Qualifications

Bachelor of Science (Speech Pathology) – Curtin University

My Specialisations/Special interest

I am passionate about Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC). I love working with people with complex communication needs, to problem solve and determine the best AAC systems for them to use in their everyday life, so they can communicate with anyone and everyone. I also enjoy working with people with feeding difficulties including dysphagia or sensory aversions to food.

My superpower, if I could do anything

I would like to have the superpower of extreme luck. I think this would be a handy superpower in life – win the lotto, have good health, be presented with exciting opportunities.

What gets me up in the morning

There are two possible things that get me up in the morning – my dog jumping on the bed to say “good morning” or a strong coffee.

Why I joined Superyou

I joined Superyou for the opportunity to be part of a team of therapists who are innovative and passionate about the services they provide. I am excited to work for a company that prioritises their therapist’s wellbeing.

Joey Hartono

Speech Pathologist

My qualifications

Bachelor of Science (Speech Pathology) at Curtin University

My specialisation / special interest

I love learning about anything and everything. I really enjoy helping people communicate and seeing the difference it can make in their lives.

What I wanted to be when I grew up

When I was really little, I wanted to be a cashier at Coles because I really loved to play shopping.

My superpower, if I could have anything

I would like to fly. I think it would be a surreal experience and I could travel all over the world. Also, I could skip out on peak hour traffic so that would be a benefit.

What gets me up in the morning

Thinking about breakfast would probably get me out of bed! I love my food.

Why I joined Superyou

I joined Superyou to work in a supportive environment where I can learn from a team of passionate therapists. I’m excited to collaborate with the team and provide clients with person-centred care.

Destiny Perkins

Speech Pathologist

My qualifications

Bachelor of Speech Pathology (Hons)

My specialisation / special interest

I am passionate about supporting people with complex communication needs, working with Alternative and Augmentative Communication (AAC), and empowering families so each person can communicate with anyone and everyone. I also have a special interest in feeding and swallowing difficulties as well as early childhood intervention.

What I wanted to be when I grew up

I wanted to be a Vet (but I was too afraid of snakes!)

My superpower, if I could have anything

I would fly like Superman or control the weather like Storm (from Xmen)!

What gets me up in the morning

Cuddles from my puppy… or more like scratches to get up.

Why I joined Superyou

I joined Superyou because I wanted to join a company that represents and aligns with my values. I love how Superyou is committed to thinking outside the box, and providing the best care for all our clients, and employees too. I look forward to developing my clinical skills with the support of a great team.

Sasha Rao

Occupational Therapist

My qualifications (incl University name)

Bachelor of Science (Occupational Therapy) (Hons)

My specialisation / special interest

Basically, anything and everything at this stage in my career! I do have a growing passion for teenagers and adults and enhancing their quality of life where possible.

What I wanted to be when I grew up

I think this is dependent on what age I was asked! It went from wanting to be a cashier at Mcdonald’s at the age of 4 (I enjoyed my soft serve), to a teacher at the age 8, a paramedic at 10 and eventually I found my way to OT and loved the diversity of the job and the ability to make a difference with people every day. Later on in life, I would love to become a viticulturist and manage a vineyard.

My superpower, if I could have anything

To read minds, or the ability to eat without getting full would be a cool one to have.

What gets me up in the morning

My partner’s 12 billion alarms in various ringtones that nauseate me at 4.30am!

Why I joined Superyou

I joined Superyou to be surrounded by such a passionate and driven team to help further develop my skills. I love the emphasis the company has put on wellbeing, education and person-centredness. I strongly believe clinicians that are well supported will be able to go above and beyond for their clients.

Chloe Douch

Occupational Therapist

My qualifications

Bachelor of Science – Occupational Therapy (Honours) at Curtin University

My specialisation / special interest

My interest areas include home modifications, assistive technology and kids/teens/young adults. I’ve also worked previously in community aged care and dementia-specific care and quite enjoy these areas.

What I wanted to be when I grew up

I wanted to be an engineer. Gave up on that dream once I realised how much maths was involved.

My superpower, if I could have anything

Teleportation! It would be great to be able to go anywhere in the world without having to factor in travel time!

What gets me up in the morning

The satisfaction of turning my obnoxiously loud alarm clock off.

Why I joined Superyou

I joined Superyou for 2 main reasons. I value being encouraged to think outside the box and Superyou takes this approach to therapy. I also joined Superyou for the opportunities available to me for career progression. As a new clinician, Superyou provides me with opportunities to experience a diverse caseload while also providing me training opportunities to grow as an OT.

Chelsea Grove

Occupational Therapist

My specialisation / special interest.

I have a keen interest in hand and upper limb therapy, and am eager to learn more about assistive technology and vehicle modification, however, I enjoy working with people of all ages and abilities, in whatever goal they want to achieve.

My superpower, if I could have anything.

Teleportation, so that I can be anywhere at any time.

What gets me up in the morning?

Alarms! I’m not a morning person (yet). Although what motivates me to get out of bed is being able to help people every day in my role, and my family and friends.

Why I joined Superyou.

To be supported in bringing my own perspectives and creativity to my practice and to learn about the broad range of services that Superyou provides for people with disability.

Irland Decottignies

Occupational Therapist

My qualifications

Bachelor of Science (Occupational Therapy – Honours) at Curtin University

My specialisation / special interest

Working in the NDIS sector and learning how to navigate it effectively to provide the most efficient service for my clients. However, later I would like to have a special focus on sexual health and wellbeing.

What I wanted to be when I grew up

Own and work at my restaurant in the countryside of France

My superpower, if I could have anything

Be able to have magic for various cool spells or teleport to reduce travel time to visit the world!

What gets me up in the morning

My cat who often decides when I’ve been in bed for too long

Why I joined Superyou

I wanted to work for a vibrant company with lots of senior Occupational Therapists who could support me along the way. I also had such a good feeling about Superyou when I met some of the team!

Brendon Lim

Occupational Therapist

Christy Watterson

Speech Pathologist

My qualifications

Bachelor of Science (Speech Pathology), Curtin University – Western Australia

My specialisation / special interest

I love being a Speech Pathologist! If I had to choose my favorite practice areas, I would say; Literacy, Swallowing Difficulties (Dysphagia), Feeding, Articulation, Social Skills, and Language Acquisition.

What inspires me

Being surrounded by kind, caring and intelligent colleagues, who are making a difference in peoples lives.

What gets me up in the morning

My golden retriever Sonny, my two gorgeous kids and handsome hubby, and of course – coffee!

Why I joined Superyou

I was impressed by the Superyou Therapy values, and culture.

Josie McCappin

Speech Pathologist

Tiana Merritt

Occupational Therapist

Sharole Yu

Occupational Therapist

Nebojsha Franich

Managing Director

Nebojsha Franich (Nebs) is an experienced leader and business strategist with a passion for community development. He has significant experience working in leadership positions in the corporate and for-purpose sectors, and is highly adept in using stakeholder engagement and data analysis to formulate business strategy.

Nebs has a passion for helping people realise their potential. As a leader, he sees his role as an enabler to ensure employees have the resources, investment and support they need to achieve professional growth. Through this approach, Nebs believes employees will be fully engaged in their roles and will deliver the highest quality of service to clients. This is a key way in which he believes Superyou Therapy is reimagining therapy for people with disability in WA.

Nebs holds a BComm (Economics) and BComm Honours (Economics) at Curtin University. As part of his Honours Degree, Nebs’ Thesis was a policy evaluation on the NDIS.

Sarah Dixon

Scheduler

Wanneroo

Amy-Beth Bowker

Clinical Manager
(North)

My qualifications

Bachelor of Science (Health Science) – Curtin University
Master of Occupational Therapy – Curtin University

My specialisation / special interest

I’ve worked with older adults in both community and residential aged care settings for many years. I am still passionate about this area and improving the lives of older adults.

My superpower, if I could have anything

Being able to function in space – imagine being able to explore the entire universe!

What gets me up in the morning

Usually, a lick to the face from my beautiful border collie Willow. This is usually my husband and I’s cue to take her to the dog beach. Dog beach and coffee, the perfect start to the morning. I also love my job, doing what I do and the people that I work with. I really enjoy going to work, knowing that I can make an impact in someone’s life.

Why I joined Superyou

I wanted to be part of “reimagining therapy” in WA and make a real impact in the community. I wanted to grow and develop my own skill set, which has been supported since my first day with Superyou. I also love the flexible work-life balance.

Adele Houghton

Senior Speech Pathologist

My qualifications

Bachelor of Speech Pathology – Edith Cowan University

My specialisation / special interest

I enjoy providing communication therapy (particularly voice therapy) to clients with neurological conditions. I like being able to help people communicate to those who are important to them, about things that are important to them.

My superpower, if I could have anything

The ability to “borrow” other superpowers, like Rogue from X-Men. Or telekinesis – it would be very convenient to make things come to you.

What gets me up in the morning

Puppy cuddles!

Why I joined Superyou

For the opportunity to be part of a new organisation, which allowed me to develop my skills and reimagine therapy.

Amy Bain

Senior Speech Pathologist

Ellen Gracie

Senior Speech Pathologist

My qualifications

Bachelor of Science (Speech Pathology) – Curtin University.

My specialisation/special interest

I am passionate about supporting people with complex communication needs and all things Alternative and Augmentative Communication (AAC). I also love working in early childhood intervention and empowering families.

My superpower, if I could have anything

Hand-eye coordination. Not technically a superpower, but it would be for me! Apologies to the many drinks and breakables lost due to my bad hand-eye coordination.

What gets me up in the morning

About 10 alarms spaced three minutes apart. Also getting to do a job that I love, with an amazing team helps too… (but mostly the alarms).

Why I joined Superyou

I joined Superyou for the chance to be part of something new and different. Everything about ‘reimagining therapy’ resonated with me, particularly the flexibility to change, adapt and add to our service to match our client needs. When I heard that Superyou is committed to putting people first, I knew it was for me.

Madison Statham

Senior Occupational Therapist

My qualifications

Bachelor of Science (Occupational Therapy) – ECU.

My specialisation / special interest

I enjoy Assistive Technology and am currently exploring supporting people to access Support Disability Accommodation (SDA).

My superpower, if I could have anything

To read minds, because I am nosey, or to turn water into wine.

What gets me up in the morning

Coffee or my dogs barking.

Why I joined Superyou

To be part of a new organisation and a great team. I want to be able to reimagine the way we deliver therapy.

Natasha Weir

Senior Physiotherapist

My qualifications

Bachelor of Science (Exercise and Sports Science) – ECU
Master of Physiotherapy – Curtin University

My specialisation / special interest

I work with older adults within the community and residential aged care settings. I am passionate about helping to improve the lives of older adults.

My superpower, if I could have anything

So many to choose from, but probably being able to see what the future holds.

What gets me up in the morning

I have always been a morning person, even waking up before my alarm goes off. I enjoy being able to spend extra time with family and friends.

Why I joined Superyou

I wanted to be part of something new and exciting, and work for an organisation which truly values its staff and clients. I want to be able to help reimagine therapy in WA and provide excellent person-centred care to achieve great outcomes for our clients.

Alex Dique

Senior Occupational Therapist

Jacob Bonjour

Occupational Therapist

Chelsea Forward

Speech Pathologist

My qualifications (incl University name)
Bachelor of Science (Speech Pathology) – Edith Cowan University

My specialisation / special interest
I’m keen to learn everything speech pathology, however, I am passionate about supporting individuals with complex communication needs and Alternative and Augmentative Communication (AAC).

My superpower, if I could have anything
Teleportation to go anywhere lightning fast as I love to travel, adventure, and avoid traffic.

What gets me up in the morning
My puppy (Akira) jumping on my bed to say good morning with her favourite toy (extra slobbery), the smell of fresh coffee and knowing I get to support people communicate!

Why I joined Superyou
I joined Superyou for many reasons but the two main reasons were 1) Superyou’s motto to reimagine therapy because I’m passionate about person-centred therapy in functional environments and continuously innovating the allied health space, and 2) Superyou fills prioritises employees so we can prioritise our clients.

Chris Huynh

Occupational Therapist

My qualifications (incl University name)

Bachelor of Science (Occupational Therapy) (Honours) – Curtin University

My specialisation / special interest

My interests involve driver rehabilitation, assistive technology, home modifications and paediatrics (school-aged and early intervention).

My superpower, if I could have anything

I would love to have the ability to teleport with a snap of a finger. I could travel to all the places in the world and explore everything earth has to offer. Imagine all of the travelling fares you would save!

What gets me up in the morning

The blissful sound of the apple marimba. For some days, my body clock takes over.

Why I joined Superyou

The opportunity to learn and grow as an occupational therapist whilst also being supported to be innovative and unique.

Nicolette Madry

Occupational Therapist

My qualifications: Master of Occupational Therapy, Curtin University

My specialisation / special interest: Working with children, adults living with a disability and their support networks. I have a particular interest in co-designing solutions to challenges arising from neurological and neurodegenerative conditions.

What I wanted to be when I grew up: Nurse, teacher, meteorologist, anthropologist, psychologist…. and taller!

My nickname: Nicky

My superpower, if I could have anything: Teletherapy of minds and hearts that can be shared with others so we can all get along with kindness.

What gets me up in the morning:  Knowing the day is fresh with potential for both little and big wins. Finding new ways to share my knowledge through service to others… And a strong cup of coffee!

Why I joined Superyou: To work with an organisation that prides itself on supporting innovative therapeutic approaches and works hard to support both its clients and staff.

Willian Wu

Scheduler

My qualifications

Certificate in Business in Brazil


My specialisation/special interest

Scheduling and Puzzles

My superpower, if I could have anything

Fly!

What gets me up in the morning

My Family

Why I joined Superyou

To help make a difference in people’s life!

Fremantle

Joni Howell

Clinical Manager (South)
& Senior Speech Pathologist

My qualifications

Bachelor of Science (Human Communication Science) – Curtin University

My specialisation/special interest

I have spent the last 15 years working in the Pilbara with a wide range of paediatric clients and their families. During this time, I developed a passion for supporting families to develop stronger relationships and understanding each other’s needs. As a result, I am trained in Hanen, Circle of Security Parenting and Collaborative & Proactive Solutions. These approaches have shaped how I work with families and in considering the whole family unit in the therapeutic process. I also have a strong passion for working with school aged children in their literacy development as well as supporting their ability to access the academic curriculum.

My superpower, if I could have anything

To be invisible… so I could hide from my kids when I need to take some time out from everyone!

What gets me up in the morning

Coffee… and my kids!

Why I joined Superyou

As clinicians, we are very good at helping others, but not so great at looking after ourselves. I’ve always believed that if clinicians are looked after, they are supported and happy, then their clients will reap the benefits. They will get a clinician who is innovative and creative, that can put in 110%, can hold space for them and support them. When I discovered Superyou’s philosophy that clinicians come first – I knew I had found a company that mirrored my own values and couldn’t wait to sign up!

Simon Cochrane

Senior Occupational Therapist

My qualifications

Bachelor of Science (Occupational Therapy) – Edith Cowan University

My specialisation/special interest

I am really interested in home modifications and assistive technology.

My superpower, if I could have anything

I like the idea of being able to teleport anywhere, so I can travel in my spare time.

What gets me up in the morning

Aside from enjoying work, I also enjoy cooking, attempting to grow some veggies and sport of any kind.

Why I joined Superyou

I liked the idea of joining something new and fresh and being able to work with a bunch of like-minded individuals to put a new spin on the way we do things.

Nicole Chan

Senior Speech Pathologist

Tanith Brien

Senior Speech Pathologist

Joshua Panelo

Senior Occupational Therapist

My qualifications

Bachelor of Science (Occupational Therapy) – Curtin University

My specialisation / special interest

I specialise in assistive technology and smart home access for people with disability. I have extensive experience working with Deaf people (mostly adults) and have expertise in post school transitions and life skills.

What I wanted to be when I grew up

An astronaut, of course!

My superpower, if I could have anything

To be fluent in all world languages, including cultures, dialects and non-verbal.

What gets me up in the morning

I love planning to do things in the morning before going to work as it helps me get out of bed, whether it’s a morning walk, going to the gym or going out to breakfast with a friend.

Why I joined Superyou

To be a part of something new and different. I have a very alternate way of thinking and delivering services and am excited to see how this develops in this new service!

Ruby Pizzale

Senior Occupational Therapist

Seva Chan

Senior Occupational Therapist

My qualifications

Bachelor of Science (Occupational Therapy) – Curtin University.

My specialisation/special interest

I have previously worked with Autistic adults and enjoy working together to engage with their meaningful goals. Also having the opportunity to become a Driving OT to continue to enhance and enable ongoing quality in the lives of people with disability is my area of interest.

My superpower, if I could have anything

To never be tired! Both mentally and physically, remain alert and attentive at all times as well as zero recovery needed for any physical demands.

What gets me up in the morning

Good quality sleep 😊

Why I joined Superyou

Opportunity to become a driving OT, branch into a niche and in demand area, expand my knowledge, learn from and work with experts in the field.

Jillian Broomhead

Senior Occupational Therapist

My qualifications

Bachelor of Science (Occupational Therapy) – Ripon and York St John , York,  UK

My specialisation/special interest

Complex assistive technology, complex home modifications, Occupational Therapy Driving assessment, vehicle modifications and driving rehabilitation.

My superpower, if I could have anything

Super speed to get jobs done quicker (particularly the housework).

What gets me up in the morning

A hungry cat and teenager, plus the need for coffee!

Why I joined Superyou

The opportunity to join a new dynamic organisation, to use my existing skills and continue to learn new ones.

Jen Blaxill

Senior Occupational Therapist

My qualifications

Bachelor of Science (Occupational Therapy)(Hons) – Curtin University.

My specialisation/special interest

Driver assessment, especially supporting new drivers with a disability to become safe and confident on our roads. Driving is often a big part of developing independence and autonomy – I love getting to be a part of that!

My superpower, if I could have anything

I think I’d be keen to time travel, there’s definitely a few favourite life moments I’d like to relive.

What gets me up in the morning

My toddler mostly, closely followed by a good cold brew coffee!

Why I joined Superyou

The opportunity to be innovative in achieving client goals, and having fun while we’re at it!

Sandy Lin

Speech Pathologist

My qualifications

Bachelor of Speech Pathology and Audiology- Chung Shan Medical University

Master of Speech Pathology- Curtin University

My specialisation/special interest

With my diverse cultural and language background, I have a particular passion for speech sound therapy and literacy, with specialised training in PROMPT and Sounds Write.

As a neurodivergent person myself, I also have special interests in social communication, advocating and supporting neurodiverse people with all ages to live in inclusive communities and be their best self.

I am passionate about providing person-centred and evidence-based intervention to people of all ages.

What I wanted to be when I grew up

A police officer or a firefighter

My superpower, if I could have anything

Able to fly and visit everywhere I want to go

What gets me up in the morning

Coffee, music, and my cat

Why I joined Superyou

Superyou aligns with my values to deliver client-centred service in innovative and alternative ways. It also provides a flexible workplace that suits my neurodivergent brain. This means that I can provide the best quality of services for my clients when I am fully charged.

Ella Crowe

Occupational Therapist

My qualifications

Bachelor of Science (Occupational Therapy) (Honours) at Curtin University.

My specialisation / special interest

Paediatrics is a special interest area of mine, although I am very excited to work with adolescents and adult clients.

My superpower, if I could have anything

Being able to fly. It would be awesome to fly around the world and see everything from a different point of view.

What gets me up in the morning

The warm weather, going to the beach, and my pets!

Why I joined Superyou

To work within an organisation that provides opportunities to upskill, and work within a team that is supportive and has experienced therapists who I can learn from.

Suzanne Jamieson

Occupational Therapist

My qualifications

Bachelor of Science (Occupational Therapy),(Honours) – Curtin University.

My specialisation/special interest

I have always been fascinated with both specialised hand therapy and assistive technology, I would love to hone my skills to see how the two of these can be used to improve someone’s independence and quality of life.

My superpower, if I could have anything

I would love to be able to teleport so I could have more time on my hands, but also so that when I do take the time for a journey it was by choice to be present and along for the ride.

What gets me up in the morning

Usually my cat checking in the early hours of the morning to see if I’m alive and ready to feed him breakfast.

Why I joined Superyou

Why wouldn’t I want to start my journey with a place that wants to see therapy reimagined! I’m excited to see where this career takes me.

Matthew Clifford

Physiotherapist

My qualifications

Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy)

My specialisation / special interest

I am really passionate about helping people with disability to live meaningful and fulfilling lives by improving their ability to access and engage in their community.

What inspires me:

I’m inspired by seeing people with disability always finding a way to do what they love!

What gets me up in the morning

I love to exercise in the morning before work – win the morning win the day!

Why I joined Superyou 

To work with a group of ambitious people to empower those around us.

Bassendean

Stephanie Reeves

Executive Manager, Clinical Services

My qualifications

Bachelor of Science (Human Communication Science) – Curtin University.

My specialisation/special interest

I love Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC), high-tech and low-tech. I specialise in finding creative ways to support people to communicate including eye-gaze and switching.

My superpower, if I could have anything

I would be able to see into the future, just by a few hours, so I could help people when they really needed help, but couldn’t find a way to ask for it.

What gets me up in the morning

I am not a morning person! But my gorgeous children and coffee help. I am also lucky enough to love the work that I do and the people I do it with. After 14 years as a Speechie, I still love to celebrate every goal that we achieve, big or small.

Why I joined Superyou

When I heard about the opportunity to be part of reimagining therapy in WA, I knew I had to be part of it! For me, it was the opportunity to create a workplace where employees are truly valued and celebrated and together, we achieve amazing outcomes with our clients.

Jordan-Tyla Cable

Senior Speech Pathologist

My qualifications

Bachelor of Speech Pathology (First Class Honours) – Curtin University

My specialisation/special interest

Supporting individuals with complex communication needs. I have a particular interest in speech sound disorders and assistive technology; however, I am also passionate about mental health, executive functions, literacy, and language development.

My superpower, if I could have anything

To be able to teleport! A sneaky way to travel around the world.

What gets me up in the morning

My Aussie Shepherd puppy (Riley) does a pretty good job of this. Also, the fresh pot of coffee my partner has usually put on for me. Knowing I have full day of doing what I love is what gets me out the door though.

Why I joined Superyou

I joined Superyou for three main reasons. Firstly, to be part of an organisation with a service delivery model that aligns with my personal values. Superyou is committed to thinking outside the box and providing supports to individuals wherever, whenever, and however it is needed. Secondly, I joined Superyou for the opportunities available to me professionally. I know that at Superyou, I will be supported to continue to develop and hone my clinical and leaderships skills so I can continue to be the best clinician for my clients and my colleagues. Lastly, the flexible working at Superyou allows me to maintain a positive work-life balance, which means my cup is always full and I am able to give 100% to all of my clients.

Harman Phillips

Senior Physiotherapist

My qualifications

BSc Physiotherapy – Curtin Univeristy

My specialisation/special interest

My special interests are: Neurological Physiotherapy, Muscular Dystrophy, complex pain.

My superpower, if I could have anything

Time travel, so that I have infinite time in the day to do what I like.

What gets me up in the morning

Saying hello to and patting my Labrador, Truffles

Why I joined Superyou

As cliché as it sounds, helping people achieve what they want to achieve. Superyou gives me the chance to spend time getting to know clients and understanding their goals and how they want to go about achieving it, whether it’s learning to run or standing up for the first time. The best feeling is a client coming to a session and telling me about how they got to use a skill they’ve worked on in physio in their day to day life or how it’s made their life easier.

Hayley Nasi

Senior Occupational Therapist

My qualifications

Bachelor of Science (Human Biology and Anatomy) – UWA
Bachelor of Science (Occupational Therapy) (Honours) – Curtin University

My specialisation / special interest

I enjoy Assistive Technology and have a keen interest in the Upper Limb, however I enjoy working with people of all ages and abilities, no matter their goal.

My superpower, if I could have anything

Super speed, so I could travel to places fast!

What gets me up in the morning

I have always been a morning person, but on mornings that are more difficult, my dog Winnie can be a real help!

Why I joined Superyou

To be creative and reimagine therapy, while working with a team of beautiful people. It was a great opportunity that I just couldn’t say no to!

Jodie Herberte

Senior Occupational Therapist

My qualifications

Bachelor of Science (Occupational Therapy) – Curtin University

Driver Assessment and Training for Occupational Therapists – University of Sydney

Certificate IV Transport & Logistics (Driving Instructor)

My specialisation/special interest

Driving assessments and vehicle modification. I love working with people who require vehicle modifications and/or specialist support to gain the skills to learn to drive. Reaching the goal at the end is so rewarding. I also have a keen interest in working with older adults and those with a diagnosis of Dementia. I have been involved in this area since I graduated in a range of settings. It is a privilege to listen to their life stories and reminisce.

My superpower, if I could have anything

To be able to turn into any animal. The options are endless, my two dogs live a great life so that would be a good place to start.

What gets me up in the morning

My son – he is quite literally my alarm clock!

Why I joined Superyou

It was an exciting opportunity which both recognised my current skill set and gave me the opportunity to build on them further, developing new skills which will create opportunities for myself and my clients.

Ashleigh Cloughley

Occupational Therapist

My qualifications (incl University name)

Bachelor of Science (Occupational Therapy) (Honours) – Curtin University

My specialisation /special interest

My speciality area of occupational therapy is animal-assisted therapy! Most people know me not by name but by my therapy dog Koda.

What I wanted to be when I grew up

When I was a child I wanted to be an Astronaut but later realised I am highly claustrophobic!

My Superpower

My superpower would be to talk to animals which would defiantly make my job a lot easier! As well as to teleport so I can sleep in and still be on time!

What gets me up in the morning?

Copious amounts of coffee as well as the furry, stamping feet of my two needy dogs.

Why I joined Superyou

I joined Superyou to be a part of a dynamic and encouraging workplace that enables innovative thinking and the ability to follow your passions.

Amy Fitton

Speech Pathologist

Jessica Maher

Scheduler