Sarah Tilley

Director

Principal Speech Pathologist
Autism Spectrum Disorder Diagnostician
Positive Behaviour Support Practitioner

Sarah is the founder of Connect Allied Health and has over 10 years’ experience as a speech pathologist, working with both paediatric and adult clients across a range of settings including homes, schools, hospitals, early learning centres, residential aged care facilities, clinic and rural/remote locations. 

About Sarah:

Sarah has extensive experience in dysphagia management (swallowing impairment), rehabilitation relating to speech, language and swallow function, and augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) following a range of medical conditions, including cerebrovascular accident (stroke), traumatic brain injury, cognitive impairment, and neurological conditions. Sarah is also passionate about working with children, supporting the development of speech and language, social communication, paediatric feeding and dysphagia, and more, to help them reach their full potential.

Sarah completes diagnostic assessments for Autism Spectrum Disorder for both paediatric and adult clients and is also skilled as a positive behaviour support practitioner to support clients who display behaviours of concern.

Sarah believes in a holistic and client-centred approach, where interventions are tailored to suit individual needs. Sarah has enjoyed being a Clinical Educator and repeat guest lecturer on the topic of dysphagia at the University of Adelaide. She is also a Certified Practising Speech Pathologist and current member of Speech Pathology Australia.

Connect Allied Health describe her as:

Hard working, dedicated, passionate and kind

Outside of work

Sarah enjoys spending time with her two beautiful children (Arlo and Isla) and her husband, Shannon. She also enjoys wakeboarding, water skiing, and surfing, and has a love of traveling and experiencing new cultures.

Beach days and coffee

Sleep deprivation and mess

Sarah

Clinical Manager

Senior speech pathologist

Sarah is a dedicated and passionate speech pathologist, with just over three years’ experience in the field. Sarah is passionate about working with children with speech, language, and social communication difficulties and adults with communication and swallowing difficulties (dysphagia).

About Sarah:

Sarah enjoys all aspects of speech pathology and has a special interest in Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) to support individuals who are non-verbal or minimally verbal to find ways other ways to communicate. Sarah is dedicated to providing person-centered interventions and creates personalised and fun sessions that are based on what motivates the individual to support engagement and the best possible outcomes.

Sarah’s role at Connect Allied Health also involves mentoring our dedicated and talented speech pathology team to support ongoing professional development, in line with our commitment to ensuring evidence-based practice. Sarah supports a collaborative approach at Connect Allied Health, working alongside our Director, Clinical Managers, and Senior Clinicians, to maximise client outcomes and continuity of care.

Connect Allied Health describe her as:

Loyal, empathetic, and dedicated

Outside of work

Sarah currently enjoys checking the progress that has been made on her house that is currently being built and is always keeping her fingers crossed that they will be able to move in by the end of this year! She also enjoys spending time with her husband and their families.

Summer, tea, chocolate and Netflix

Early mornings, winter and running late

Mary

Clinical Manager

Senior Occupational Therapist
Positive Behaviour Support Practitioner

Mary is an experienced occupational therapist, with approximately 6.5 years in the field, and has been with CAH for just over 1 year. Mary has worked with clients of all ages and in a range of settings from aged care to paediatrics.

About Mary:

Mary has always held a true passion for assisting and supporting people of all ages increase their independence, achieve their individual goals, and improve their quality of life.

In the adult population, Mary has experience in equipment prescription, rehabilitation, and minor home modifications. In the paediatric population, Mary has experience working with children who have difficulties with fine and gross motor skills, behavioural difficulties, and sensory sensitivities, including children diagnosed with Intellectual Disability, learning delays, and Autism Spectrum Disorder.

Connect Allied Health describe her as:

Loyal, kind, calm and approachable

Outside of work

Mary loves spending time with her partner, family, friends, and her two cheeky sausage dogs (Kevin and Gary) who keep them very busy. Mary loves reading, good food, travel, music, and coffee. 😊

Good food and good coffee

Traffic and mess and disorganisation

Kara

Clinical Manager

Senior Occupational Therapist
Behaviour Support Practitioner

Connect Allied Health are super excited to introduce our senior occupational therapist and positive behaviour support practitioner, Kara!

Kara is an experienced clinician and has worked with clients of all ages, from small children to the elderly. Kara is especially passionate about supporting children and young people with Autism Spectrum Disorder to maximise their independence and reach their full potential.

About Kara:

Kara has recently supported clients to develop skills to make their lunch for school, shop for groceries in the community, and develop positive behaviour support plans to minimise and eliminate behaviours of concern.

Kara loves the vast nature of OT, with no two days being the same.

Connect Allied Health describe her as:

Leader, professional and compassionate

Outside of work

Kara loves being on the water, including canoeing, fishing, water skiing and swimming at the beach or river. She is also a keen Harry Potter fan (fellow fans might recognise the train line behind her in the photo from the Harry Potter movies).
Kara is also a big fan of coffee and likes to kick start her day with a strong brew.

Skiing on the river and dogs

Busy shopping centres and doing the dishes

Laura

Senior Speech Pathologist

Laura graduated from Flinders University in 2019 with a Bachelor of Speech Pathology. She has experience working in a variety of settings, including homes, clinic, early learning centres, kindergartens, mainstream and specialist schools and education units. Laura is dedicated to ongoing professional development and the provision of person-centred care.

About Laura:

As such, she collaborates closely with educators and other key stakeholders to maximise a child’s potential across environments. She is also working with senior speech pathologists to develop her skills working with adults.

Laura has a passion for supporting children with speech and language difficulties whilst empowering families to do the same. Having a background in disability support, Laura has experience working with children who have Autism Spectrum Disorder.

Laura has a special interest in early intervention and is committed to providing holistic and individualised care through a client-centred approach. She enjoys the personalised nature of speech pathology as she gets to form positive relationships with her clients whilst contributing to their development across therapy.

Connect Allied Health describe her as:

Empathetic, creative, and dedicated

Outside of work

Outside of work, Laura enjoys all things health and fitness, as well as spending time with loved ones.

Going to the gym and animals

Winter weather and scary movies

Jessica

Senior Speech Pathologist

Jessica commenced as a speech pathologist earlier in 2020 and is passionate about supporting people across the lifespan to improve their communication skills and everyday participation.

About Jessica:

Jessica has worked with people of all ages to support their expressive and receptive language skills, articulation of speech sounds, social thinking, and literacy skills, and is thoughtful and creative in supporting clients to effectively communicate their wants, needs, thoughts, and feelings.

Jessica is dedicated to supporting clients and their network to develop skills and knowledge to engage, participate, and thrive, to maximise therapy outcomes and achieve their full potential!

Jessica upholds a person-centred approach and carefully considers the individual needs of her clients to make activities fun and motivating!

Connect Allied Health describe her as:

Enthusiastic, genuine and passionate

Outside of work

Jessica loves animals, spending time outdoors, and living sustainably.

Dogs and the beach

Rain and single use plastics

Ivona

Senior Speech Pathologist

Ivona graduated from Flinders University in 2019 with a Master of Speech Pathology, previously graduating with a Bachelor of Psychological Science from the University of Adelaide in 2015. She has experience working with young children (aged 1-5 years) and school-aged children (aged 5-13 years) on the Autism Spectrum across private clinics and schools.

About Ivona:

Motivated to make the positive, lifelong, and functional changes for her clients and their families, Ivona collaborates closely with parents, carers, educators, and support staff to maximise a child’s potential across environments.

Ivona has a passion for supporting children with pre-linguistic, social, and language difficulties whilst empowering families to do the same. She enjoys establishing and maintaining rapport with her clients and ensuring that her clients are having fun, whilst contributing to their development across therapy. Ivona has a special interest in early intervention and is dedicated to providing holistic and individualised therapy through a client-centred approach.

Connect Allied Health describe her as:

Passionate, energetic and bubbly

Outside of work

Ivona enjoys going on nature walks, swimming, and spending time with family and friends.

Going to the beach, making smoothies and listening to music

Heights and peak hour traffic

Gael

Senior Occupational Therapist

Gael is a calm and friendly clinician who enjoys working with a wide range of clients. She loves the diversity and freedom of occupational therapy and is passionate about helping her clients to reach their full potential and achieve their goals.

About Gael:

Gael is experienced working with children who have difficulties with fine and gross motor skills, sensory sensitivities, and behavioural difficulties, including children diagnosed with Intellectual Disability, learning delays and Autism Spectrum Disorder.

Gael also has additional training in both paediatric feeding and yoga, and is further developing skills working with the adult population.

In her spare time, Gael enjoys spending time with her own family and kids, exploring new hiking trails, playgrounds, beaches and listening to music.

Connect Allied Health describe her as:

Friendly, positive and determined

Outside of work

In her spare time, Gael enjoys spending time with her own family and kids, exploring new hiking trails, playgrounds, beaches, and listening to music.

Going to the beach and driving through the hills

Early mornings and magpies

Tara

Senior Occupational Therapist

Tara has experience working with toddlers, school age children, teenagers, and young adults. Tara is deeply passionate about supporting children to reach their full potential and to have some fun along the way! Tara cannot wait to learn more about working with adults and the elderly in their homes and within the community to support their goals.

About Tara:

Tara loves to watch her clients learn, grow, and increase their independence. Tara loves that occupational therapy has no “one size fits all” and everyone is different and possesses different skills!

Tara is very excited to be a part of the Connect Allied Health team! 😊

Connect Allied Health describe her as:

Kind, cheerful and enthusiastic

Outside of work

Tara has a young border collie puppy, Luna, who keeps her on her toes! She is a country girl at heart and because of that she loves the outdoors and being down at the river. Tara loves her sport and plays netball and volleyball.

Dogs, coffee and the river

SPIDERS!

Karice

Senior Occupational Therapist

Clinical Mentor

Karice is an experienced occupational therapist, with approximately 6.5 years in the field and has recently commenced with CAH.

About Karice:

Karice is experienced working with adults, post a range of medical conditions, such as stroke, neurological conditions, and cognitive impairment, to support mobility and independence, to maximise the quality of life!

Karice also has experience working with children with learning difficulties and Autism Spectrum Disorder.

Karice loves the diversity of occupational therapy and is passionate about supporting people of all ages to achieve their individual goals.

Connect Allied Health describe her as:

Outgoing, passionate, and energetic

Outside of work

Karice is studying naturopathy and loves spending time with her partner and family.

Music, politics and cats

Moths, spiders and traffic

Kimberley

Occupational Therapist

Kimberley graduated from Flinders University in 2020 with a Master of Occupational Therapy, previously graduating with a Bachelor of Health Science (majoring in disability and community rehabilitation) in 2018. She has experience working with people across the lifespan. Kimberley is passionate about supporting people live their lives to the fullest!

About Kimberley:

Kimberley has always been passionate about supporting people to live their life to the fullest and achieve their desired goals. Kimberley loves how diverse OT can be and enjoys getting to know people, helping them to utilise their strengths and skills to meet their goals!

Kimberley has a wide base of experience in a variety of settings including; aged care in the community, acute neurology and neurosurgery, generalised rehabilitation and paediatric mental health in the community. Kimberley has experience working with children with a trauma background, sensory challenges, and children diagnosed with Down Syndrome and Autism Spectrum Disorder.

Connect Allied Health describe her as:

Passionate, approachable and empathetic

Outside of work

When Kimberley isn’t at work, she enjoys getting out and about with her family and friends. Kimberley loves being outside, reading, travelling and keeping active through kickboxing.

Music and the beach

Peak hour traffic and not enough sleep!

Cora

Occupational Therapist

Cora recently joined the Connect Allied Health team in early 2021. She has experience across the lifespan in working with children in preschools and schools, working in a hospital with adults and working in an aged care home. She is looking forward to developing her skills as a new Occupational Therapist.

About Cora:

Cora is passionate about sharing her love for music, so whilst she was studying, she taught piano and cello to a wide range of students for 4 years. Cora has always loved children as she has 14 younger cousins who she grew up with. She enjoys the un-predictableness of them, getting to know their personalities and playing games with them. Cora is looking forward to assisting children and families to achieve their goals whilst having fun through various activities.

Connect Allied Health describe her as:

Smart, Kind and Passionate

Outside of work

Cora loves spending time with her partner and her mini poodle. She enjoys playing the piano, going for hikes and playing netball with her friends.

Passionfruit gelato, the smell of rain and beach evenings

Heat waves, ocean plastic and rock music

Katie

Occupational Therapist

Katie has had 10 years’ experience in finance and enjoys all aspects of it, her current role is working in accounts receivable.

About Katie:

Katie has worked in the health industry for 4 years and enjoys working for a company, that she feels, ‘truly cares about the clients and staff’.

Connect Allied Health describe her as:

Efficient, Reliable, Positive and Friendly

Outside of work

Katie spends most of her time with her Husband Matt and sons Noah and Jackson. Katie enjoys travelling (although we can’t do much of that at the moment – thanks COVID)

Spending time with family, warm weather and music

Spiders, winter and mess

Danielle

Occupational Therapist

Danielle has a Bachelor of Occupational Therapy from UniSA and has worked extensively in the Aged Care, Residential Care and Rehabilitation sector, focused on client-centred care leading to positive outcomes.

With a long association with sporting activities at an elite level, Danielle understands the importance of accountability for her work and commitment to each client, with particular interest in working with young people and those with disability, striving for long-term improved quality of life.

About Danielle:

Danielle brings both technical knowledge and a driving passion to her role at Connect Allied Health and understands the importance of the structured application of Occupational Therapy principles tailored to the specific client needs and applied with a degree of rigour and encouragement to achieve meaningful outcomes.

Connect Allied Health describe her as:

Caring, passionate & calm

Outside of work

Danielle enjoys spending time with her family and friends, exercising and walking her golden retriever, Charlie.

Dogs, good food and coffee

Snakes

Paulina

Occupational Therapist

Paulina completed a Master of Occupational Therapy at Flinders University and has a Bachelor of Psychological Science. Paulina has also completed a certificate in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) at Flinders University. Paulina is currently completing a postgraduate certificate in Attachment theory.

About Paulina:

Paulina has a range of experience gained during her studies, including acute neurology, spinal cord injuries and home modifications.

Paulina also has experience working with adults and children of all ages with various conditions, including Autism Spectrum Disorder, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, developmental delays, and sensory processing disorder.

Paulina is passionate about supporting clients and their families, advocating, and enriching children, teenagers, and adults to engage in meaningful occupations. She is dedicated to providing a collaborative and holistic approach with clients and their caregivers.

Connect Allied Health describe her as:

Hard working, passionate and friendly.

Outside of work

Paulina enjoys spending time with her family and friends, not to mention lovable and cheeky cats.

I love coffee, great food and my cheeky cat

Dislikes are spiders (gross) and slime (hahaha)

Daniella

Speech Pathologist

Daniella joined Connect Allied Health as a speech pathologist in 2021. She has experience working with people of all ages to support their language, speech, social skills, literacy, fluency (stuttering) and Augmentative and Alternative Communication. She has a strong passion for working closely with clients and their families to achieve their therapy goals and to make a positive impact.  She values building strong therapeutic relationships with clients and collaborating with those in the client’s community.

About Daniella:

Connect Allied Health describe her as:

Dedicated, friendly, caring

Outside of work

Pilates, coffee

Parallel Parking, spiders

Madison

Speech Pathologist

Madison graduated from Flinders University in 2020 with a Bachelor of Speech Pathology. She has experience working in a variety of settings and learning environments, including within homes, clinic, kindergartens, schools and residential aged care.

About Madison:

Madison is passionate about supporting people across the lifespan to improve their communication and everyday participation in functional activities. She has worked with children and adults with disabilities, receptive and expressive language delays and disorders, speech and articulation delays and disorders, literacy difficulties, and difficulties with social skills. Madison also has experience and a keen interest to support adults with dysphagia, especially providing recommendations and education to key stakeholders, including family and residential aged care staff.

Connect Allied Health describe her as:

Engaging, friendly and driven.

Outside of work

Madison enjoys the face-to-face nature of her role as a Speech Pathologist and is enthusiastic about forming positive relationships with her clients and their families whilst effectively contributing to their development and participation across therapy.

Travelling, cooking, and spending time with friends.

Heights and running late.

Orla

Speech Pathologist

Orla graduated from Flinders University in 2020 with a bachelor’s degree in Speech Pathology. She has experience working with school-aged children (aged 5-16) and adults with brain injuries (aged 28 to 67) to support their literacy, language, fluency and speech skills.

About Oria:

Orla enjoys connecting with her clients and their families based on the similarities and differences of their cultural backgrounds, hobbies and experiences. She is a motivated team player and is committed to furthering her knowledge as a speech pathologist at Connect Allied Health.

Connect Allied Health describe her as:

Caring, bright and easy going.

Outside of work

Orla loves going to the gym, drinking coffee with friends, singing in her choir, and road-tripping.

Dogs, beach sunsets, op-shopping and puns.

Being disorganised and slow drivers.

Tierney

Dietician

Tierney is a Bachelor of Nutrition and Dietetics Honours Graduate from the University of Newcastle, Australia. Tierney has completed several accreditations in specialist nutrition topics, including sports nutrition, paediatrics and maternity, chronic disease management, allergy and intolerance, emergency response nutrition and international development.

About Tierney:

Tierney has extensive Practicing experience within private, public, and not for profit sectors including Rural Generalist Dietitian, Primary Project Officer, Senior Aged Care Dietitian, Senior Clinical Dietitian, Team Leader of Dietetics, Senior Dietetic Clinical Educator, Nutrition and Dietetic Health and Education Officer, and Senior Paediatric and Maternity Dietitian. Tierney has also practiced internationally and conducted nutritional research which has been published and presented at conferences domestically and internationally. Tierney has a strong passion for evidence-based nutrition and person-centred care.

Tierney is sensitive to the personal journeys and challenges of her clients and strives to create frameworks, goals, and outcomes which are effective and achievable. Recently starting a family of her own, Tierney is based in Brisbane, Australia, and available via telehealth to assist in achieving your individual goals.

Connect Allied Health describe her as:

Adaptable, reliable and cheerful
Anything chocolate, scuba diving and filling her house with rescue pets

Poverty, world hunger and peas and carrots

Rosie

Podiatrist

Rosie Haddad graduated from Charles Sturt University with a Bachelor of Podiatry degree with first class Honours in 2005. She is a fully qualified Podiatrist that has worked in various Podiatry settings between South Australia, NSW and Victoria including Private Practices, Community health centres, multi-disciplinary allied health practices, Public Hospitals, outreach clinics and Residential Aged Care Facilities for the past 16 years. She established Foot & Sole Podiatry in Torrensville SA in 2020 and has a satellite clinic with PartridgeGP in Glenelg enabling her to provide services in Metropolitan Adelaide SA.

About Rosie:

Rosie is a friendly and passionate Podiatrist with extensive experience across all areas of Podiatry. Rosie’s experiences include assessment and management of patients with Diabetes and chronic disease, Paediatric assessments, Sports related injury management, Orthotic therapy, Dry Needling of the lower limb, heel pain management, Ingrown toenail treatment, and General nail and skin care of the feet. She provides home visit treatments to clients with experiencing working with NDIS funded clientele.

Rosie strives to make a difference in her patient’s everyday life. She looks forward to helping her patients achieve their goal whether it is reducing foot pain, improving the way the foot functions, foot injury prevention and generally making your feet more comfortable.

Connect Allied Health describe her as:

Happy, friendly & always smiling

Outside of work

Spending time with family and friends, taking my dog Dotti for walks, watching true crime documentaries on netflix and hope to travel more around Australia especially back to Melbourne to see my nieces and nephew.

Autumn weather, all types of chocolate, sleep ins on a Sunday

Early morning starts, impatient drivers, being unorganised

Hannah

Physiotherapist

I am a warm and friendly Physiotherapist with a desire for self-improvement and providing quality and holistic care to my clients. I am extremely passionate about my role as a Physiotherapist and thoroughly enjoy working with, and leading a multidisciplinary team to ensure best practice and achieve success for all clients.

About Hannah:

I have over 7 years’ experience in the Physiotherapy field. I am experienced in working with adults who have multiple and complex conditions, to improve their mobility and physical function as well as assisting with behaviour difficulties and management. I especially like incorporating a clients’ likes and interests into treatment and rehabilitation to maximise engagement and enjoyment.

Connect Allied Health describe her as:

Caring, passionate and approachable.

Outside of work

I love spending time on our family farm with my family and fiancé. I recently started beekeeping which has been a very interesting hobby!

Coffee, keeping fit and cooking

Mess and disorganisation

Kylie

Behaviour Support Practitioner

Kylie joined the Connect Allied Health team in November 2020 as a behaviour support practitioner. She has worked within the disability sector for 16 years gaining knowledge working with a range of disabilities and age groups. For the past 6 years her focus has been supporting individuals with behaviours of concern with an aim to support both the individual and families or carers involved to access strategies to overcome these.

About Kylie:

Creating person centred behaviour support plans and resources allow her to focus on the individuals that she supports and watch them grow and develop. This is very rewarding to be able to support individuals in this way and help them to thrive to become more independent.

Connect Allied Health describe her as:

Kind, creative & passionate

Outside of work

Kylie loves participating in family activities such as Rugby, surf lifesaving and camping. This year she achieved her bronze medallion in surf and would love to achieve more awards for personal development. She also loves days by the beach with the family and her puppy, Forrest.

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Jude

People and Culture Manager

Jude has over twenty years’ experience managing a wide range of health and allied health practices.

Her passion is creating and sustaining a supportive, fun and hardworking culture.

One of Jude’s mantras inspired by Richard Branson is: “Look after the team so they can look after the clients which ensures business growth and sustainability”.

About Jude:

Jude’s other passion is to drive growth in business and quality of care. She believes in high standard policies and procedures to ensure a smooth-running business and an enjoyable workplace.

She feels privileged to be working for Connect Allied Health where her skills are highly respected.

Connect Allied Health describe her as:

Supportive, Dedicated and Always Happy

Outside of work

She loves spending time with friends, online clothes shopping and listening to audiobooks while working on her house renovations or in her garden.

Thunderstorms, music and long walks on the beach

Running late, Mess

Jemma

Governance and Coordination Manager

Jemma has a varied history prior to joining Connect Allied Health including being a former school teacher, working as a complaints case manager for a telecommunications company, and working as a therapy coordinator.

About Jemma:

Connect Allied Health describe her as:

Friendly, diligent, approachable and ambitious

Outside of work

Jemma spends most of her time with her son Caleb, husband Daniel, and her numerous pets (3x cats, 1x dog + lots of fish). Jemma also has a love of traveling and has been to a number of countries including, Egypt, Jordan, China, the UK, America, Indonesia, and the Philippines.

Summer and travelling

Winter and housework (cleaning)

Debbie

Finance Manager

Debbie joined Connect Allied Health in April 2019 and heads up our Finance department, she brings 30 + years’ experience working within the Health industry in a financial role doing end to end accounting including payroll.

About Debbie:

Debbie is passionate about working in a health service industry where in the background she can help to support the team by assisting to build a strong financial company.

Connect Allied Health describe her as:

Caring, positive, generous and approachable

Outside of work

Debbie enjoys going to church where she helps run the Alpha course, she also enjoys reading, walking her dog, and spending time with her family.

Walking and reading

Spiders and people leaving trolleys in car parks

Sabina

Therapy Coordinator

Sabina Joined Connect Allied Health in early 2020 in an office administration position and shortly later was given the opportunity to progress into therapy coordination. Previous to working with CAH, Sabina worked for the government in a ministerial office.

About Sabina:

Sabina has experience working in administration, retail, and hospitality. In her role at CAH, Sabina is responsible for arranging and scheduling appointments, liaising with families, schools, and other key stakeholders, mitigating travel to maximise therapy time, supporting clients to access supports that are important to them in line with individual needs and goals, ensuring all relevant paperwork is completed and supporting the therapists.

Sabina is passionate about helping people and working in a team environment and she looks forward to seeing what she can achieve at Connect Allied Health.

Connect Allied Health describe her as:

Helpful, efficient and caring

Outside of work

Sabina enjoys going to the river with her friends and loves camping and spending time with her partner Jordan and their border collie, Nelly. Sabina has a huge love for animals, her favourite being seals. Sabina was born in Czech Republic and moved to Australia at a young age, she would love to travel back there one day to visit her family and to again see where her life began.

Animals, pasta and going to the gym

Heights, spiders and shopping

Zoey

Therapy Coordinator

Zoey started with Connect Allied Health in early September 2020 in therapy coordination, where she is responsible for arranging and scheduling appointments including liaison with families, schools, and other key stakeholders to ensure suitable appointment times, mitigating travel to maximise therapy time, supporting clients to access supports that are important to them in line with individual needs and goals, ensuring all relevant paperwork is completed, and communicate regularly with therapists to ensure they feel supported in their role.

About Zoey:

Zoey has a Bachelor of Arts and previous to employment at CAH, Zoey worked in the Disability sector as a Disability Employment Consultant in the southern area of Adelaide. This role involved working collaboratively with people living with a range of disabilities, finding their strengths and skills, and creating vocational goals.

Zoey is excited about her position at CAH and looks forward to the future and the positive contribution she will make here.

Connect Allied Health describe her as:

Caring, bubbly and helpful

Outside of work

Zoey loves playing competitive country netball in the winter. She loves all things camping, beach and fun. Zoey recently built her first home with her partner by the ocean, along with their four-legged baby – Leni.

Keeping fit and good food

Spiders

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