Ability Action Australia
NDIS Therapeutic Supports Provider
Since graduating with a Bachelor of Sports & Exercise Science in 2021, Brenton has gone onto studying a Masters in Clinical Exercise Physiology while also building an impressive portfolio of clinical work, including:
He has undertaken clinical placements as part of his commitment to maintaining Accredited Exercise Physiologist (AEP) status, and participated in the PAEDS program at Curtin University – implementing quantitative and qualitative assessments of children, assessing fine and gross motor skills in locomotion, object control and proprioception.
Brenton has also worked with adults suffering from traumatic brain injury, including pre assessment on endurance, coordination and balance.
When asked what he loves about supporting people with disability, he said: “I love being a part of the participants journey in reaching their individual goals and creating a fun, supportive environment to help them achieve their goals.”