Page has seen the powerful impact correct prescription of assistive technologies, aids and equipment can make—from a wheelchair that is not only comfortable but also enables participation in meaningful activities to assistive communication technologist enabling you to share a joke or be part of a rousing happy birthday chorus.
Chronic pain management is another area of interest, developed when working with children in Melbourne, putting in place strategies that stopped pain ruling their young lives.
Page, who has worked in hospital and community settings, is available to work with children, young people, and adults, and their support partners.
As an OT, Page carries out assessments of daily living and works on strategies to develop skills and independence, safely, based on your needs.
Areas covered may include developmental stages, sensory processing, mobility, goal setting, meal preparation, safe travel, personal hygiene, and recreational and community access.