WA Divisional Council

WA Divisional Council

Occupational Therapy Australia WA Division represents the interests and provides services to members affiliated with the Division. The Divisional Council represents the membership and provides advice and support to the operations of the division.

Chris Pearce (Chair)

Chris is a passionate occupational therapist with a wide range of experience, both in acute hospital and community settings. Chris has a keen interest in the areas of neurological assessment and rehabilitation, disability services & driver assessment and rehabilitation. Over the past 18 years, Chris has established a successful private practice providing a range of community services for different funding schemes including NDIS & DVA.


Felicity Beaulieu

Felicity Beaulieu has worked in health as a clinician, manager and leader for 30 years. After graduating as an Occupational Therapist from Curtin University and spending the majority of her career in acute care environments in Australia, the UK and Canada, she moved into the aged care arena 11 years ago.


Adele Young

Adele has worked for over 30 years as an occupational therapist in a variety of health settings in Western Australia, the UK, and the USA.


Cindy Wieman

Cindy has been an Occupational Therapist for more than 20 years, graduating in 1999 from Curtin University. Cindy has spent the entirety of her career in the area of disability, working with individuals with disability assisting them to engage in occupation, build skills and improve quality of life.


Alison Kelly

Alison Kelly is as an occupational therapist with over 30 years of involvement with the health, disability and community sector in local, national and international settings. This has occurred in a variety of contexts, including clinical care, management, service provision, leadership, research and education, which has fostered an enhanced understanding of translating policy and contextual factors into meaningful care and practice.


Jacqui Hunt

Jacqui joins the WA Divisional Council as a casual member.





























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