Mission Statement

Innovative person-centred Occupational Therapy where the person has choice and control over what kinds of therapeutic supports they would like to use to assist in reaching their goals, and the ways in which these services are delivered.


The person and/or carers or other stakeholders are central to decision-making throughout the course of therapy.

Therapy services are delivered with respect to participant preferences, current research and the evidence-base for the research. Therapeutic services use outcome measures holistically and which have been appraised for validity and reliability.

Occupational Therapy believes in an advocacy role to enable participants to pursue their aspirations, and we will engage respectfully in the social and political environments as a means to assist participants to reach their goals to becoming more independent.

About Peter

Peter is a registered Occupational Therapist working in the local community (MOT, BA PsycSc, Dip CS, Cert IV Dis).

He provides Functional Assessments and Reports, Home Programs and consultancy services to select individuals with additional needs.

He is an approved Lifetime Care and Support (Icare) Case Manager for phase 3 community participants.

Peter’s additional experiences include Disability Services and Case work within Family and Community Services; Ageing, Disability & Home Care for children and adults with intellectual disabilities, Plan Support Coordinator for complex cases with the National Disability Insurance Agency (forensic needs, children with complex needs), forensic mental health settings (forensic mental health placement in Canada), and policy writing support as an intern (regional rehabilitation framework) with the World Health Organisation.

He enjoys supporting everyone with functional needs, although regularly provides supports to children, young people and adults with Autism and other neurodevelopmental disabilities, Acquired Brain Injuries (including stroke) and Schizophrenia more specifically.