Tiffany joined the AIM OT team as a part-time member in April 2016. Tiffany now works with AIM OT full-time across various locations and is involved in several school partnerships. Tiffany looks forward to meeting and working with your child and family.
B.Occ Therapy – Occupational Therapist
Rinda graduated overseas in 1999 and started her career in Paediatrics working at a school for children with special needs (perceptual difficulties, fine- and gross motor difficulties, ADD/ADHD). She also managed her own private practice, including assessment and intervention of children with physical and cognitive difficulties. Rinda has worked in a variety of settings in South Africa, New Zealand and Australia including acute, community, special needs and aged care. She is a member of The Occupational Therapy Australia Association and AHPRA registered.
Range of diagnosed and undiagnosed difficulties including but not limited to learning difficulties, developmental delays, Autism spectrum disorder, Down syndrome, Dyslexia, Developmental Coordination Disorder, ADD/ADHD, Sensory Processing Disorder, Perceptual difficulties, Self regulation,
Areas of support but not limited to fine motor skills, gross motor skills, sensory regulation, social and play skills, sleep, toileting, independence, problem solving, reasoning, planning attention control and occupational performance.
Rinda is passionate about assisting children to reach their full potential and enabling them to fulfill their occupational roles in everyday life activities. When she is not working, Rinda enjoys spending time with her two active boys and husband, long walks on the beach and reading.
Amy de Klerk
Amy will bring the knowledge from her past experiences to assist in understanding the neurological processes that may be influencing your child’s function, to better inform Occupational Therapy assessment and intervention strategies during their therapy journey. Amy places a high value on enhancing children’s ability to engage in meaningful occupation, whether this be at school, home or for leisure, from a young age. She recognises the importance for a child to engage in these developmentally appropriate experiences to better their success during adolescence and adult years to come. Amy thrives in an environment working with children who are experiencing developmental disorders, in particular those with underlying sensory and behavioural concerns.
Amy maintains a commitment to bettering herself as an Occupational Therapist. She actively seeks opportunities to develop herself both professionally and personally. She is a member of WAOTA, DOT WA, the Neuroscience Interest Group and maintains AHPRA registration. Amy looks forward to meeting and working with your child and family.