Ability Action Australia

NDIS Therapeutic Supports Provider

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Jayme Lough

Position: Occupational Therapist - Melbourne

Jayme gained a wide variety of experience during her studies, firstly working in an early parenting centre dedicated to supporting vulnerable families and children aged 0 to 2. While supporting new parents adjust to parenthood and cope with babies who were experiencing chronic sleep deprivation or attachment issues, Jayme gained skills in:

• Pre and post assessments
• Parenting confidence
• Support for infant sleep cycles and attachment

Jayme’s next placement in sub-acute rehabilitation was focussed on providing service for falls, orthopaedics, oncology, and general medical conditions/events. Jayme expanded her experience to:

• Initial assessments
• Personal care and domestic care assessments
• COGNISTAT

Jayme also gained experience within a community-based mental health service, providing care to parents, children and adolescents.
Today, Jayme is excited to be involved in a career that offers endless, fulfilling opportunities in making a positive contribution to the lives of others. She is passionate about doing her part in preventing inequalities and inequities in health care.

 

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