Welcome to Gateway Therapies
Phone (07) 3398 9367
Gateway Therapies Occupational Therapy practice is owned and managed by Carina-based Dr Nicole Grant, an Occupational Therapist with over 15 years experience working will individuals of all ages across Brisbane.
The Gateway Therapies team of allied health providers work with children and adults to achieve health and wellbeing goals via our mobile occupational therapy service, ensuring you get the right kind of assistance for your needs. Contact us today to learn how we can help manage physical disabilities, work-related injuries, developmental delays and neuro-developmental disorders like Autism Spectrum Disorder.
If you or someone you know needs assistance to develop life skills that may be challenging for any reason, let us open the door to better health management.
Most people feel more relaxed seeing an occupational therapist or other allied health provider in their place of work, home or school. For busy families or for children diagnosed with autism, our mobile occupational therapy allows them to meet with an occupational therapist in a familiar setting. Our qualified, experienced occupational therapists and other allied health providers know that working with individuals in the environment that best suits their lifestyle encourages a positive experience and better results from occupational therapy.
Approved Providers for:
Helping Children with Autism (HCWA)
Medicare – Early Intervention and Chronic Disease Management (EPC)
Department of Veteran’s Affairs (DVA)
Most private health funds
Why choose Gateway Therapies?
At Gateway Therapies, we pride ourselves on a holistic, personalised approach to occupational therapy.
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Nicole has experience working with both adults and children, but in the past few years has focussed on paediatrics, and particularly enjoys working with children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
Nicole has formal training in Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA), but uses a range of intervention strategies, depending on the specific needs and goals for each child. Intervention or treatment strategies frequently adopted include Social Stories (TM), chaining, visual schedules/ aids, modelling, and role-playing. Nicole is a mother of two, and understands the importance of considering the needs and wants of all members of the family when establishing therapy goals. Parents and siblings are welcome to participate in therapy sessions where appropriate.
Qualifications Bachelor of Science with a Major in Applied Psychology, University of Southern Queensland, 2001 Master of Occupational Therapy Studies, University of Queensland, 2002 Doctor of Philosophy, University of Queensland, 2016 Certification and Training Advanced Facilitated Communication (FC) Inclusive Music Making Workshop (Music Therapy) Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) Makaton Training (Module One)
Qualification: Bachelor Of Occupational Therapy (2006) Other training and qualifications: - Home Modification Assessment (at both introduction and advanced levels) - Right kids, right time, right services “Early markers to diagnose Autism” - Determining the Impact of Medical Conditions on Driving - The Greenspan Floortime DIR approach - Distracted Body, Distracted Mind: OT Assessment & Intervention for Children with Attention Difficulties - Sensory Integration & Hand writing "I enjoy working with children from as young as 2 yrs of age to 15. My passion is to assist children not only with their self care skills but also to help them to cope well in the school setting. I have more than 4 years experience assisting adult clients with physical and cognitive limitations. I believe in using evidence based strategies in my practice". "The best part of my role is that every day starts with a new and innovative idea. All sessions we plan for clients are new and unique as every child is different. There is no fixed way!!"
Siddhi is a mother of two, an avid community volunteer, and proficient in both English and Hindi.
Janet is an experienced and highly successful clinician. She has continued to seek professional development opportunities across a range of fields, and has acquired competency working with individuals of all ages. Her background has included working with older adults, but more recently she has specialised in working with challenging behaviours.
Qualifications: Bachelor of Occupational Therapy, gained from the University of Queensland in June 1978 Graduate Diploma of Education (Special Needs), gained from Griffith University in 1991 Other Training and Professional Development: Major and Minor Home Modifications – 2 day workshop by Liz Ainsworth, 2005 OT Australia Sensory Processing – 3 day workshop by Gillian Fowler
Qualifications: University of Queensland Bachelor of Business Management (Advertising Major), 2012 Bachelor of Arts (Psychology Extended Major, Japanese Minor), 2012 Master of Occupational Therapy Studies, 2015
Lisa discovered her passion for working with children following her experience working with them in both school, clinical, and various volunteering settings. She values being able to participate in a child’s journey to equip themselves with the support and skills needed to engage comfortably in activities that are meaningful to them and their families.
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