Amy Stevens

Rebecca Clarke

Amy Stevens  M.Occ.Thy, B.Hlth.Sc(PH), Occupational Therapist

Northside Hand & Upper Limb Clinic welcomes Amy Stevens, an Occupational Therapist and an Associate Member of the Australian Hand Therapy Association.

Amy has graduated from the University of Queensland with a Master of Occupational Therapy Studies (MOccThy), and a Bachelor of Health Sciences in Public Health (MHlthSc(PH)).

Background

Prior to joining the Northside Hand team, Amy worked as a Community OT, caring for children aged between 2 and 12 years, and adults. Amy helped ensure her patients quality of life by delivering a range interventions to improve fine motor, gross motor, sensory, emotional regulation, social and cognitive skills.  This involved dealing with a wide variety of funding bodies (e.g. NDIS, private, HCP, DVA). She developed important administrative experience writing OT reports, NDIS AT and Home modification reports, and MASS applications.She completed a Mental Health First Aid certificate in 2019.