Sensational Kids’ occupational therapists support children of all ages to address issues affecting their participation in everyday life.  Our occupational therapists combine play and fun with evidence based approaches. Their individual and group programs are developed to address sensory processing challenges, fine and gross motor skills including handwriting, and daily living skills such as toileting, dressing and eating. They also promote confidence, independence and emotional wellbeing for children and families.

Occupational Therapists


Caitlin graduated from The University of Newcastle in 2017 with a Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (Honours Class 1). Since graduating, she has gained experience working as a mobile paediatric therapist and key worker in NSW. Caitlin has a special interest in working with children with fine motor, emotional regulation and social skill difficulties. She believes in a family-centred approach and enjoys making therapy fun and individualised for each child. When not busy at work, Caitlin loves exploring the outdoors, cooking and spending time with friends and family. Caitlin works at our Kensington site.


Camilla graduated with a degree in BS Occupational Therapy from the University of the Philippines – Manila in 2010 and has been practicing in the paediatric setting since then. As a mother of two, Camilla has a special interest in working with infants and young kids with fine motor and gross motor difficulties. She believes in a family-centred approach for early intervention where families and professionals are equal partners in supporting a child’s development. Outside work, Camilla enjoys teaching piano to kids and empowering fellow mothers as a breastfeeding peer counsellor. Camilla is based at our Cheltenham clinic.


Andrea graduated from a Bachelor of Occupational Therapy at Australian Catholic University in 2018. Since graduating, she has gained experience working as an occupational therapist in numerous schools. She is passionate about helping children and families to fully participate in all areas of life. She has a particular interest in supporting children with challenges in sensory and emotional regulation, motor skills, self care skills and executive functioning. Andrea uses a collaborative and holistic approach, whilst also making therapy an enjoyable and playful space for children to learn and grow. Andrea works at our Cheltenham clinic on Thursdays & Fridays.

Janet (Ting) Yeung

Janet (Ting) Yeung graduated from Monash University with a Masters in Occupational Therapy.  She also holds a Bachelors Degree in Nutritional Science from Hong Kong University.  Janet has a varied work and volunteer background, working with adults and children of all ages as an Occupational Therapist and also as a Therapy Assistant prior to graduating.  She is skilled in face to face and telehealth services.
Janet has a special interest in paediatric Occupational Therapy, primarily with play-based therapy interventions and sensory processing. She is committed to ongoing professional development in order to provide the most evidence-based interventions to her clients.
Janet is also multi-lingual – she is fluent in Cantonese, Mandarin, English and has intermediate skill in French.

Janet works at our Cheltenham clinic Monday – Wednesday and Saturdays.

Jayme Lough

Jayme graduated from Monash University with a Masters in Occupational Therapy Practice. Jayme has assisted children and adults across the lifespan and has gained a wide experience working with multiple disabilities. She is passionate about client-centred practice with a specific interest in paediatric mental health. Jayme is excited to be involved in a career that offers endless fulfilling opportunities to make positive contributions to the lives of others. Outside of work, Jayme enjoys reading, roller skating, and learning Korean. Jayme is based at our Kensington site.



I recently completed a Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (Honours) at Monash University. While studying I worked as a therapy assistant with children with ASD.

I am passionate about working alongside clients and families to help them achieve their specific goals. This work along with my paediatric placements is where I found my passion to start my career in the paediatric setting. I love meeting new kids and finding out what is most important to them and their families to work on while making it fun and engaging!

Outside of work, I enjoy spending time with friends and family, going for brunch, the gym, sunset swims and smashed avo.

Isabelle is based at our Cheltenham clinic.


Hanna completed her Masters of Occupational Therapy this year (2023) at Swinburne University. In addition to her studies she also has experience working with children on the autism spectrum and working as a respite support worker.
She strives to support children’s ongoing fine and gross motor development and sensory differences from a strength based perspective. Hanna acknowledges children’s unique abilities and encourages them in letting their inner hero shine.
Outside of work, Hanna enjoys photography, experimenting with her 2-year old son in the kitchen and exploring food and culture places around Melbourne.
Hanna is fluent in German and works Monday, Tuesday, and Friday at the Cheltenham clinic from (start date TBC).



Julianne is a dedicated Occupational Therapist with a Bachelor’s degree in Occupational Therapy from the University of Santo Tomas, Manila (Class of 2018), currently pursuing her Master’s in Occupational Therapy at the same institution. Her professional journey has revolved around working with children, and she has a deep passion for assisting those with sensory regulation concerns and fine motor skill development. Julianne places a strong emphasis in a client-centered approach to ensure the best possible outcomes for her young clients.

Julianne works at our Kensington clinic.


Caitlin is a passionate occupational therapist who completed her Bachelor of Occupational Therapy at Deakin University. Using a neuroaffirming, client-centered, goal-orientated approach, Caitlin is committed to working with her clients, assisting them to achieve their milestones and social and emotional development. Caitlin utilizes evidence-based therapy, adapting it to individuals’ needs to assist them in reaching their maximum potential. She believes play is an effective method in assisting children in developing long-term strategies.

Caitlin loves planning holidays and when she is not doing that you will find her building Lego.  Her spare time is spent with her fur babies, Pugley the Pug and Billy the Labrador. She is also a bit of a foodie and loves exploring the laneways and all Melbourne has to offer.

Caitlin is based at our Kensington Clinic.


Aly graduated with a degree in BS Occupational Therapy from the University of Santo Tomas – Manila in 2016. She has worked in the Paediatric space for 7 years and is also a certified Developmental Play Practitioner.  Aly has a special interest in working with children and adolescents with sensory processing, fine motor, and social skill difficulties. She strongly believes that close collaboration between the family, multidisciplinary team, and educators are a key to achieving functional and adaptive goals. In her spare time, Aly enjoys traveling, lying on the beach, and reading books. She is based at our Cheltenham clinic full time.

Angela Fuentes

Angela is an experienced Occupational Therapist who will be joining our Kensington team in early 2024.