Group 3

Katie Hall

My main business location is:

Melbourne VIC, Australia

Do I offer services online?


Type of provider

  • Occupational therapy
  • Physiotherapy
  • Speech pathology

I have experience supporting people with:

  • Acquired brain injury
  • Cognitive impairment
  • Complex communication needs
  • Health related disability
  • Intellectual disability
  • Neurological disability
  • Physical disability
  • Psychosocial disability
  • Spinal cord injury

More information about my experience:

  • Bachelor of Occupational Therapy with Honours completed 2015
  • Honours Thesis: Occupational needs and opportunities of log-term homeless people
  • Practicing OT since 2015
  • 5+ years experience working in neurorehabilitation and complex disability
  • Currently provide OT assessments to support people with finding suitable accommodation including Specialist Disability Accommodation

I have skills working with:

  • People experiencing homelessness
  • People from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds
  • People in crisis or emergency situations
  • People in hospital
  • People involved with the justice system
  • People living in or at risk of entering residential aged care
  • People seeking mainstream housing
  • People seeking specialist disability accommodation (SDA)
  • People who are Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander
  • People who are LGBTIQ+
  • People with ageing or seriously ill parents/family
  • People with behaviours of concern
  • People with high and complex health needs
  • Support workers - including meeting their training needs

My formal qualifications and professional memberships include:

  • Bachelor of OT with Honours
  • OT Australia

I have attended the following UpSkill training workshop(s):

A little bit more about me:

Prior to becoming a practicing Occupational Therapist in 2015, I taught English as a second language in South Korea and Japan. While finishing my Occupational Therapy degree in Australia, I completed an honours research thesis on the occupational issues related to long-term homelessness. I am a passionate supporter of the philosophy that housing is basic human right. I currently work as a community-based Occupational Therapist in neuro-rehabilitation. I love working in my role because I believe that all members of our society deserve every opportunity to participate in activities that are meaningful to them, and that disability should not be a barrier to participation. This includes living in an accessible environment, whether that is someone’s home or the neighbourhood they live in. In addition to my current role, I have worked at the Epilepsy Foundation and the Centre for Developmental Disability Health Victoria. I have also worked as a Disability Support Worker.

My professional values are:

My core values are honesty, reliability, collaboration, and integrity.

Personal Details

Registered NDIS service provider:

I am a registered NDIS service provider and my NDIS provider number is: 4-433C-431



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