Senior Occupational Therapist
Katrina has over 20 years’ experience in paediatric therapy and a strong focus on providing effective intervention for children. She specialises in therapy for children with a range of diagnoses including Developmental Delay, Learning Disabilities, Cerebral Palsy, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Chromosomal Disorders and Intellectual Impairment.
Having graduated from UQ in 1996 and completing postgraduate studies through Sydney University, Katrina worked in London, UK, and Cairns and Perth – and everywhere in between – in Australia before returning to Brisbane. She has two gorgeous girls aged 9 and 19, and a dog Alfie who is currently a therapy dog in training!
Sarah has been working with children and families since 2010. Prior to Everton Therapy she has worked in Queensland schools, supporting students from pre-prep to high school with various challenges and helping them to access and participate in the curriculum as fully as possible. Her roles as a parent of young children, and a facilitator of a playgroup also shape her evidence-based practice.
Fiona joined Everton Therapy in 2014 and has loved working with so many children and their families to achieve their goals. She describes occupational therapy as working to achieve function in what is important in your life. For most children that is working on things they want to achieve at home, school or play. Fiona loves having fun whilst working with kids and always remind them that “practice makes easy.” Playing sport and raising 3 teenagers keeps Fiona busy outside of work.
Kate is a Paediatric Occupational Therapist who loves having fun while helping kids increase their function and independence! Kate has worked exclusively in paediatrics in Australia and overseas since graduating in 2003, and has experience working with children of all ages, with a wide variety of OT needs/complexity in educational, hospital, home and community settings. Kate has a special interest in helping children to develop play and social skills, functional skills such as toileting, and maximising their potential at school. When not playing at work, Kate is most likely having fun in the yard with her husband and two small children, or cooking up a storm in the kitchen.
Hannah joined the Everton Therapy team in 2020. She loves working with kids of all ages. Since graduating from the University of Queensland in 2018, she has worked primarily within early intervention for children with autism. Hannah has experience working with children and their families on a broad range of goals including fine motor skills, handwriting, sensory processing, self-regulation and independence. She loves working alongside children and their families to achieve their goals.