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Fiona Jardine

Fiona Jardine is an Occupational Therapist with the team at All About Kids. She has 20 years of experience as an Occupational Therapist. She has worked across a wide range of practice areas including paediatric assessment and home modifications. Fiona works with both children and adults to achieve their optimal occupational performance in the roles that are important to them. For children, these occupations include play, school performance and social interaction, taking part in household tasks and activities and becoming independent within the home. Fiona uses a client centred approach to determine goals for each child and their family. She provides both intervention and assistance in order to develop skills across the areas of fine and gross motor, visual-motor, sensory processing and play skills to achieve these goals. Fiona provides a range of assessment and therapeutic interventions for children who have developmental delays, difficulties and disabilities (including ASD, Downs syndrome) for home, school and community access needs. She believes in working within a team to gain optimal progress and works with other therapists at All About Kids to develop joint programs and therapy outcomes for children of all ages. Fiona is also an accredited provider of Triple P Parenting program and Powerplay and she is able to lead parent groups to assist in their skill acquisition when working with their children. Working with children and their parents to enable their full potential in acquiring life skills underlies Fiona’s practice framework.

Fiona Jardine

All About Kids

Contact Details
Shop 2/ 33 Lisson Grove
Wooloowin Queensland 4030
Phone (Landline)
07 3262 6009
Clinic Hours
Wednesday From 3:30 pm until 5:30 pm
B Occ Th
Patient Focus
Adults; Children; Teenagers; People with disabilities; Women
Treatment Services
Home Visits; Online consultations; School Visits
Acquired Brain Injuries; Adaptations management; Adaptive Technology; Assessments; Assistive technologies; Autism Spectrum Disorders; Caregiver support and education; Carers support; Cerebral palsy; Developmental Delays; Disabilities; Early Intervention; Equipment assessment; Sensory Processing Difficulties

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