About Us

Redefining disability care and support with our focus on what matters the most for us – you.

The Carer, Thinker, Doer & Darer, Here To Make A Difference

As a leading provider of NDIS services in Bundoora and Blackburn, VIC, Posity is here to empower you with the right care, accommodation and therapy support of your choice.

With an aim in mind to improve the lives of people with disability in the Northern and Eastern suburbs of Melbourne, our team of qualified and experienced support workers strive to make a difference in your life. Like one big family, Posity brings holistic yet person-centred services accessible to all.

At Posity, we envision a world with positivity, which is why our team aims to empower people with disability through positivity. As a result, we build a positive society through optimistic collaborations and connections.

Likewise, in order to further build on our known reputation for high-quality NDIS services, we encourage all NDIS participants to access the community independently, confidently and enthusiastically.

Meet The Team

Our people are our biggest asset.

Holding Ourselves to The Highest
Standard for A Better Together

Our team shares a wealth of clinical and practical experience in occupational therapy, speech therapy and disability accommodation. All therapists registered with both the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and Occupational Therapy Australia / Speech Pathology Australia are committed to providing goal-directed therapeutic outcomes based on current evidence and best practice principles, focusing on what is most important to you.

Sally Mohitian

Clinical Director

Sally is passionate about growing a high quality, evidence based, Allied Health Practice to serve the Northern and Eastern Suburbs of Melbourne. Sally has a lifelong love of learning, and enjoys sharing her knowledge and skills, as well as a passion to empower others to reach their full potential.

With a Bachelor of Health Science (Occupational Therapy), Postgraduate Certificate in Paediatrics and a Master of Advanced Occupational Therapy, Sally brings 15+ years of clinical and theoretical experience to the practice. Sally has worked across multiple settings, including Community Health, Schools (Mainstream, Special and Specialist School settings), Early Intervention, Private Practice and Hospitals. This broad experience provides a strong foundation of skills to ensure a high quality of service delivery across the team.

Sally has previously provided guest lecturing services to La Trobe University in Autism and Paediatrics. She enjoys sharing her knowledge and skills to not only the team at Posity, but with external Occupational Therapists, Allied Health Assistants and Occupational Therapy Students.

Sally is an active member of Occupational Therapy Australia and is an endorsed Better Access for Mental Health Clinician. Currently, she is also participating in a research program alongside La Trobe University and Monash University, to determine the effectiveness of the ‘We Care Program’ with Dr Anoo Bhopti, to empower and support families of children with disabilities.

Professional Development (PDs)

  • Neurodivergent Affirming Occupational Therapy Practices
  • Professional & Clinical Supervision
  • Leadership Development
  • Social Thinking We Thinkers Series
  • Best Practice in Early Childhood Intervention
  • Cognitive Orientation to Occupational Performance (CO-OP)
  • Social Thinking – For Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • SPARK Communication – Coaching Parents to Use Hanen Strategies (responsive interaction strategies for working with children with language delay – drawn from Hanen’s It Takes Two to Talk® program.)
  • Working Memory, Language & Academic Achievement
  • Understanding Sleep
  • SOS: Picky Eaters vs Problem Feeders
  • Recognising and Responding to Child Abuse
  • M.O.R.E. Course
  • DIR Floortime
  • Bridges Out of Poverty Social Solutions
  • Sensory Defensiveness
  • Advancing Clinical Education
  • Toilet Training for Children with Additional Needs, Continence Victoria
  • Clinical Assessment and Practical Intervention for Praxix, SPIRAL Foundation
  • Clinical Educators Workshop
  • Positive Parenting Program (Triple P) Accreditation
  • Alert Program for Self Regulation
  • Children Who Wander Workshop (RCH)
  • Non-Finite Grief – Working with Families of Children with Disabilities
  • The Traffic Jam in My Brain, Sensory Processing and Regulation
  • Developing Pretend Play Skills
  • Regular Participant of the Occupational Therapy Australia Special Interest Groups in Paediatrics, Neuroaffirming Practice, Private Practice and Assistive Technology and Environmental Modifications groups

Kay McDonald

Clinical Manager

As the Clinical Manager at Posity, Kay exemplifies passion, depth of expertise, and a genuine compassion that resonates through her support for children, families, and her clinical team members alike. With over 30 years of experience spanning Early Childhood Intervention, Specialist schools, Community Health, and specialist Disability services, Kay has made significant contributions across various settings and funding models, including NDIS, Helping Children with Autism, and Medicare.

Kay has a Bachelor of Applied Science in Occupational Therapy. Her vast experience is underpinned by a rich educational background, including a Graduate Diploma in Psychology and Certification in the Early Start Denver Model for Pre-schoolers with Autism, among others. Kay’s approach to care is deeply rooted in Family-centred Practice, leveraging Strengths-based methodologies and a relentless pursuit of Inclusion to support not only children and their families but also to uplift and guide her clinical team with unwavering dedication and empathy.

Kay’s repertoire extends beyond traditional practices; she incorporates Mindfulness and Emotional Resilience strategies into her therapeutic interventions, reflecting her belief in the holistic well-being of her clients. Her passion for continuous personal and professional development is evident in her current endeavours to master the Coaching model, a testament to her lifelong commitment to learning and excellence in her field.

At Posity, Kay is more than a Clinical Manager; she is a guiding light, a source of strength, and an exemplar of the profound impact compassionate and comprehensive care can have on individuals and communities alike.

Professional Development (PDs)

  • Certification in Early Start Denver Model for Preschoolers
  • DIR Floor time
  • Sensory Profile and Sensory processing
  • Professional and Clinical Supervision
  • Leadership Development
  • Social Thinking
  • Best Practice in Early Childhood Intervention
  • SOS: Picky Eaters vs Problem Feeders
  • Bridges Out of Poverty
  • Strengths-based Practice
  • The Traffic Jam in my Brain, Sensory Processing and Regulation
  • Learn to Play
  • NDIS Assistive Technology and Home Modifications
  • System-3 Thinking-Making Difficult Decisions
  • Dr Ross Greene- Collaborative and Proactive Solutions (Introductory and Advanced)

Dr Anoo Bhopti, PhD

Senior Lecturer, Senior Occupational Therapist and Clinical Research Lead

Dr. Anoo embodies a multifaceted role as a family-centred paediatric occupational therapist, esteemed researcher, senior lecturer, and dedicated clinician. With a professional footprint at Monash University and Posity, and an affiliate position at the Olga Tennison Autism Research Centre, she stands at the nexus of academic excellence and clinical practice.

At the heart of Posity’s mission, Dr. Anoo spearheads the research program, fostering a culture of continual learning and evidence-based practice. Through monthly training sessions, she empowers the Posity staff with the latest research findings, ensuring that cutting-edge knowledge translates into tangible benefits for clients.

Dr. Anoo’s commitment extends beyond professional achievements; she is deeply invested in the lives of the families she works with. Her approach is geared towards maximising the inclusion and participation of children within their homes and communities, aiming to weave their care seamlessly into everyday life. Her research is driven by a passion for understanding and enhancing the family quality of life, exploring the intricate dynamics of parent occupations, and advancing paediatric occupational therapy interventions.

Her scholarly pursuits are vast, covering essential themes such as childhood disability, evidence-based practice, translation research, and the inclusion and participation of children with disabilities. Dr. Anoo is not just a researcher but a pioneer, leading the charge in developing the “We Care” workshops for families. These workshops are a testament to her vision of providing holistic support to families, offering them resources, knowledge, and empowerment to navigate their unique journeys.

Dr. Anoo’s work is a beacon of hope and innovation at Posity, bridging the gap between research and real-world application, and ensuring that every family’s journey is supported by the pillars of knowledge, compassion, and inclusivity.

Highlights:

  • Occupational Therapist, Researcher, MOTPrac Course Director, Monash University
    Research affiliate -MRFF project -Intervention for early childhood regression
    Honorary research affiliate-Olga Tennison Autism Research Centre
  • Facilitating and mentoring an evidence-based occupational therapy workforce in paediatric practice
  • Leading a curriculum promoting bold, evidence-based and compassionate exiting occupational therapy graduates
  • Specialising in neurodevelopmental disabilities, Autism, Early childhood intervention and Early Childhood development
  • Supporting Inclusion and participation of children with developmental disabilities and families
  • Strengthening capacity and enabling children in doing things they want to do, need to do and have to do
  • Improving Family Quality of life of families
  • Creating competent, confident and empowered families
  • Current research programs include early intervention for childhood regression, We Care groups, Now and Next peer support, Student mobility, Paediatric occupational therapy research projects, Parent occupations, Policy and NDIS
  • “Doing ordinary things with extra ordinary love”

Dr Anoo is the program lead and developer of the We Care workshops for families (Link).

Jordan Paraskevas

Occupational Therapist

Jordan shines as a champion Occupational Therapist within our team, bringing a vibrant blend of expertise, dedication, and a child-centric approach to his role. With a solid educational foundation, holding a Bachelor of Applied Science (Exercise and Sport Science) and a Master of Occupational Therapy Practice, Jordan’s particular zest for paediatrics sets him apart.

His journey through academia was not just limited to lectures and textbooks; it was enriched by hands-on experience in various hospital settings. Jordan has contributed his skills to sub-acute rehabilitation, hand therapy, and youth mental health, showcasing his versatility and commitment to understanding the multifaceted nature of occupational therapy.

At the core of Jordan’s practice is a profound belief in the power of play-based therapy. He is dedicated to nurturing children’s development, assisting them in unlocking their full potential as they navigate the crucial transitions from home to primary and high school. Jordan’s approach is deeply relational; he takes immense pride in building strong rapport with clients and their families, ensuring that trust and mutual respect are the foundation of every therapeutic relationship.

Beyond his professional endeavours, Jordan’s life is rich with hobbies and interests that keep him grounded and connected. Whether he’s playing basketball, enjoying quality time with family and friends, or immersing himself in the vibrant energy of music concerts and theatre productions, Jordan’s passion for life is evident.

Jordan’s contribution to our team goes beyond his clinical skills; his enthusiasm, dedication, and genuine care for his clients’ well-being make him an invaluable asset to Posity and the families we serve.

Professional Development (PDs)

  • CO-OP- Cognitive Orientation to Daily Occupational Performance Approach
  • Lego certification
  • Assessment and Intervention Principles for Paediatric Intervention
  • Strengths based Practice (Bernadette Glass)
  • Social Thinking training

Janice Lai

Occupational Therapist

Janice, a distinguished member of our team, stands out as a champion Occupational Therapist, wielding a Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (Honours) from the Monash University. Her expertise spans a broad spectrum of therapeutic environments, where she has made significant strides in enhancing the lives of clients across all ages. Janice’s practice encompasses a wide array of focus areas, including mental health, physical conditions, intellectual disabilities, and Autism, showcasing her adaptability and dedication to her profession.

At the heart of Janice’s approach is a firm belief in the power of family-centred practice. She excels in working collaboratively with families and caregivers, ensuring that the strategies and interventions she employs are not just effective but also holistic, tailored to bring about the best possible outcomes for her clients. Janice harbours a special interest in the realms of Adolescents, Functional Capacity Assessments, Home and Living Assessments (SIL), and Assistive Technology prescription (AT), recognising the profound impact that the right tools and environment can have on an individual’s independence and quality of life.

Beyond her professional commitments, Janice is an avid lover of the great outdoors. She finds solace and rejuvenation in camping and exercising, embracing the serenity and challenges that come with exploring nature. The beach is her go-to retreat when the weather permits, offering her a space to unwind and recharge, ready to tackle the demands of her role with renewed vigour and passion.

Janice’s contribution to our team transcends her clinical skills; her holistic approach, commitment to collaborative care, and personal interests in outdoor activities enrich our practice, inspiring both her colleagues and the families she works with. Her presence at Posity is not just valued for her professional expertise but also for the unique perspective and balance she brings to our collective mission.

Professional Development (PDs)

  • Auslan Key Word Sign
  • Pathological Demand Avoidance
  • Strengths based Practice (Bernadette Glass)
  • Social Thinking training

Li Wei Loh

Occupational Therapist

Li Wei stands out as a dedicated member of our occupational therapy team, boasting a wealth of experience that spans across all ages. From the nuanced demands of aged care to the vibrant energy of paediatric clinics and the complex challenges of community mental health, her versatility shines through. Li Wei earned her Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (Honours) from the University of Newcastle, laying a solid foundation for her impressive career.

With a particular passion for paediatrics, Li Wei has honed her skills in supporting children with a range of diagnoses and developmental stages. Her approach to therapy goes beyond traditional methods, focusing on enhancing daily life skills such as self-care, fine and gross motor skills, sensory processing, and emotional regulation. She believes in the power of using a family’s unique interests and strengths as the cornerstone of her interventions, ensuring that every strategy is personalised and impactful.

Li Wei’s ability to build deep, meaningful connections with both children and their families is central to her practice. She is committed to guiding her clients toward achieving their goals, fostering a supportive and empowering environment for every family she works with. Fluent in English, Mandarin, and Malay, Li Wei’s multilingual skills further enable her to reach a diverse clientele, making her an invaluable asset to our team.

Outside of her professional life, Li Wei is passionate about staying active and embraces a variety of fitness activities, including Muay Thai, boxing, jogging, and dancing. Her love for spending quality time with friends and family reflects her belief in the importance of community and personal well-being, principles that she brings into every aspect of her work.

Li Wei’s contribution to our team is not just through her clinical expertise but also through her vibrant spirit and commitment to making a difference in the lives of those she serves.

Professional Development (PDs)

  • Emotional Regulation
  • SPARK Communication – Coaching Parents to Use Hanen Strategies (responsive interaction strategies for working with children with language delay – drawn from Hanen’s It Takes Two to Talk® program.)
  • Strengths based Practice (Bernadette Glass)
  • Social Thinking training
  • Learn to Play Workshop

Natasha Lim

Occupational Therapist

Natasha is a standout member of our occupational therapy team, armed with a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Occupational Therapy Practice. Her academic journey provided her with extensive placement experience across a variety of settings, including hospitals, aged care facilities, community mental health, and disability employment services, laying a solid foundation for her professional expertise. Since graduating, Natasha has thrived in a community-based role, serving a diverse client base across the lifespan.

Natasha is dedicated to working with children of various ages, focusing on enhancing their self-care and school readiness skills. Her passion for paediatrics is driven by the desire to see her young clients thrive and achieve their developmental milestones. Mental health is Natasha’s passion. She is deeply committed to empowering her clients, helping them to achieve their goals and enhance their engagement in meaningful life activities. Natasha’s approach is rooted in strength-based methodologies, focusing on harnessing her clients’ and their families’ inherent strengths to maximise their potential and improve their quality of life.

Away from work, Natasha’s creative spirit comes to the fore. She cherishes spending quality time with her friends and family, exploring her creativity, and expanding her culinary skills by learning to cook new recipes. This blend of professional dedication and personal interests highlights Natasha’s holistic approach to well-being, both for herself and those she works with.

Natasha’s contribution to our team goes beyond her therapeutic interventions; her innovative, compassionate, and person-cantered approach enriches the lives of our clients, making her an invaluable asset to our team and the communities we serve.

Professional Development (PDs)

  • Emotional Regulation
  • SPARK Communication – Coaching Parents to Use Hanen Strategies (responsive interaction strategies for working with children with language delay – drawn from Hanen’s It Takes Two to Talk® program.)
  • Strengths based Practice (Bernadette Glass)
  • Social Thinking training
  • Talking Toileting
  • Professional and Clinical Supervision training

Olivia Marceddo

Occupational Therapist

Olivia is a standout Occupational Therapist in our team, backed by a comprehensive Bachelor of Occupational Therapy from the Australian Catholic University. Her academic journey was enriched by diverse placement experiences, spanning Aged Care, community disability services, hospital settings, hand therapy, and paediatrics. These placements have equipped Olivia with a broad skill set and a deep understanding of client needs across different life stages.

Olivia’s passion for paediatrics shines through in her work. Drawing on her previous experience as a swim teacher, she has a unique perspective on encouraging independence and safety among children of various ages. This role honed her skills in motivating young learners, a strength she now applies to her therapeutic practice, focusing on empowering children to achieve their developmental milestones.

Beyond her professional commitments, Olivia leads an active lifestyle. She cherishes time spent outdoors, whether it’s riding or exploring new hobbies like pottery, which allows her to express her creativity and learn new skills. Olivia also values quality time with friends, finding balance and joy in shared experiences and mutual support.

At work, Olivia combines her clinical expertise with her personal interests to create engaging and effective therapy sessions. Her dedication to paediatrics, coupled with her holistic approach to occupational therapy, makes her a valued member of our team. Olivia’s ability to connect with clients and foster growth and independence exemplifies the impact compassionate care can have on improving lives.

Professional Development (PDs)

  • Emotional Regulation
  • SPARK Communication – Coaching Parents to Use Hanen Strategies (responsive interaction strategies for working with children with language delay – drawn from Hanen’s It Takes Two to Talk® program.)
  • Strengths based Practice (Bernadette Glass)
  • Social Thinking training

Nicole Ridley

Occupational Therapist

Nicole, a pivotal member of our occupational therapy team, brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to her role. Armed with a Masters of Occupational Therapy Practice and a Bachelor of Health Sciences, Nicole’s expertise is further enhanced by her extensive work with paediatric clients. Her proficiency spans a variety of settings, including clinic-based services, Telehealth, and community engagements, offering a versatile approach to child-cantered care.

Nicole is deeply committed to working collaboratively with participants and their families, employing a strengths-based approach that focuses on empowering her clients. By recognising and building upon each individual’s inherent abilities, Nicole guides her clients towards achieving their personal goals. Her passion particularly lies in facilitating smooth transitions for young people entering school and providing continuous support through their early educational years, ensuring a positive and enriching school experience. Nicole is also specialised in Paediatric Occupational Therapy.

Beyond her professional pursuits, Nicole finds joy and balance in her personal life through activities that keep her active and connected with nature. Whether she’s walking and playing with her dog, engaging in sports, or simply enjoying the great outdoors with friends, Nicole’s love for activity and companionship reflects her holistic approach to well-being.

Nicole’s dedication to fostering independence and confidence in young participants, combined with her enthusiasm for an active lifestyle, makes her a cherished member of our team. Her approach not only enriches the lives of the participants she works with but also embodies the values we hold dear at our practice.

Professional Development (PDs)

  • Emotional Regulation
  • SPARK Communication – Coaching Parents to Use Hanen Strategies (responsive interaction strategies for working with children with language delay – drawn from Hanen’s It Takes Two to Talk® program.)
  • Strengths based Practice (Bernadette Glass)
  • Social Thinking training
  • Sleepability
  • Executive Function in School Students with Learning Difficulties
  • Cognitive Orientation to Daily Occupational Performance Approach (CO-OP)

Nicole Lim

Occupational Therapist

Nicole Lim is a key member of our occupational therapy team, bringing a unique blend of academic background and clinical expertise to her role. With a Bachelor of Arts majoring in Psychology and a Master of Occupational Therapy Practice, Nicole’s comprehensive understanding of both mental and physical conditions sets her apart.

Her clinical experience is vast, encompassing work with clients in community and hospital settings, where she has made significant impacts on the lives of those with stroke, cerebral palsy, self-harm, traumatic brain injury, functional neurological disorder, autism, and developmental delays.

Paediatrics is where Nicole’s heart truly lies. She thrives on assisting children in setting and achieving their goals, focusing on essential daily occupations such as play, self-care, and school activities. Nicole’s approach to therapy is marked by creativity and fun, ensuring that her sessions not only engage her young clients but also maximise their developmental potential. She places a strong emphasis on building collaborative relationships with children and their families, utilising a strengths-based approach to highlight each child’s capabilities and foster meaningful rapport.

Outside of her professional life, Nicole’s weekends are filled with simple pleasures that recharge her spirit. Whether it’s enjoying coffee runs with her dog, delving into the pages of a good book, or watching horror movies at home, Nicole’s personal hobbies reflect her love for life’s varied experiences.

Nicole Lim’s dedication to paediatrics, combined with her holistic approach to therapy and her engaging personal interests, makes her an invaluable asset to our team. Her commitment to enhancing the well-being of her clients through innovative and family-centred care exemplifies the best of occupational therapy practice.

Professional Development (PDs)

  • Strengths based Practice (Bernadette Glass)
  • Social Thinking training
  • Learn to Play workshop

Bridget Knight

Occupational Therapist

Bridget is a valued member of our occupational therapy team, holding a Bachelor of Occupational Therapy from the Australian Catholic University. With years of experience serving a diverse range of clients, from paediatrics to adults, Bridget has honed her expertise predominantly within the NDIS framework.

Her professional passion lies in early intervention, play therapy, sensory processing, home modifications, housing reports, and equipment prescription. Bridget’s approach to therapy is deeply rooted in providing holistic support, firmly believing in the power of a family-centric approach to healthcare. She champions the use of a strengths-based approach in her practice, ensuring that every intervention not only meets the immediate needs of her clients but also empowers them and their families to build on their inherent capabilities.

Beyond her professional life, Bridget finds joy and relaxation in the simple pleasures that enrich her personal life. She enjoys cooking for her family and friends, sharing meals that bring people together and create lasting memories. Bridget’s love for the outdoors is evident in her walks with her dog Paddy, exploring the beauty of nature and enjoying moments of tranquillity. Her culinary explorations extend to dining out, where she savours new flavours and experiences. In her quiet moments, Bridget indulges in crocheting, a hobby that allows her to unwind and express her creativity through intricate projects.

Bridget’s dedication to her clients and her pursuit of a balanced, fulfilling life outside of work make her an integral part of our team. Her commitment to holistic and family-centred care, combined with her personal interests, reflects the compassionate and comprehensive approach we value in our practice.

Professional Development (PDs)

  • Global Health and Disability
  • Module, Future Learning – Completed Paediatric Special Interest Group
  • Home Modifications Special Interest Group
  • Housing Special Interest Group
  • Mental Health First Aid Course
  • Functional Handwriting

Amy Barklamb

Occupational Therapist

Amy comes to Posity with a Masters of Occupational Therapy Practice and a Bachelor in Nutrition Science from Monash University. Amy is passionate about evidence-based learning and research, having published papers while working for Monash University’s Nutrition and Dietetics department. Amy also brings clinical administrative, and project management experience to the Posity team.

With well rounded placement experience, Amy has worked with a diverse population, ranging from 3 yrs, to older adults with various therapeutic needs. This has included a a Youth-Run organisation for young people with disabilities, and intensive paediatric assessment and intervention, using modalities such as Lego therapy, sensory processing theory, and early childhood intervention.

Amy has a keen interest in paediatrics and a passion for incorporating evidence-based practice into her therapy. She is a proactive and enthusiastic therapist, adopting a family centred approach while promoting participation, engagement and independence with the participants she works with. Her playful, engaging and caring energy allow her to build rapport and connect with both children and adults easily.

Outside of work Amy enjoys cooking, grabbing coffee from her local cafe and spending time with her dogs.

Tricia Paulmitan

Occupational Therapist

With a robust foundation in both theory and practice, Tricia brings to Posity a wealth of knowledge, armed with a Master’s degree in Occupational Therapy and a Bachelor of Health Sciences from the prestigious University of South Australia. Her academic journey was enriched by diverse placements across critical sectors, including traumatic brain injury, aged care, community mental health, and paediatrics, where she honed her skills and deepened her understanding of the multifaceted nature of occupational therapy.

Tricia’s professional passions lie at the intersection of paediatrics and mental health, where she dedicates herself to championing the well-being of her clients and their families. Her approach is rooted in the belief that everyone deserves a life full of meaning and joy. By fostering strong, meaningful connections, embracing a strengths-based framework, and advocating for inclusivity, Tricia ensures that her practice is not just about rehabilitation but about enriching lives.

When not weaving her magic in the world of occupational therapy, Tricia finds solace and inspiration in the beauty of nature. Whether she’s embarking on serene walks, exploring new destinations, dancing, or cherishing moments with family and friends, Tricia embodies a spirit of adventure and connection that translates beautifully into her professional life.

At Posity, Tricia is not just an occupational therapist; she’s a beacon of hope, an advocate for change, and a testament to the power of compassionate care. Join us in welcoming her into our community, where together, we strive to make a difference, one life at a time.

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Angela Chan

Occupational Therapist

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Isabella Piscioneri

Allied Health Assistant (AHA)

Isabella is a dynamic and enthusiastic member of the Posity team, serving as an Allied Health Assistant (AHA) while she completes her final year of Honours in her Bachelor of Occupational Therapy at La Trobe University. Her academic journey is distinguished by her commitment to excellence and a proactive approach to gaining practical experience. Isabella has immersed herself in a variety of settings, including community services, paediatrics within the NDIS framework, and Hospital Admissions Risk Programs (HARP), where she has developed a versatile skill set and a deep understanding of the diverse needs of her clients.

Her passion for paediatrics was ignited in Mildura, where she first embraced the role of an Allied Health Assistant. This experience solidified her commitment to making a meaningful difference in the lives of children, guiding her career path towards specialising in paediatric care. Isabella’s approach is characterised by her belief in the transformative power of targeted, compassionate intervention early in life, aiming to unlock each child’s potential for growth and development.

Beyond her professional pursuits, Isabella leads an active and engaging lifestyle. She finds balance and joy in Pilates and team sports, which not only keep her physically fit but also foster a sense of community and teamwork that she values deeply. Her social life is vibrant, filled with cherished moments with friends and family, and she’s always on the lookout for new hobbies to explore, with crocheting being the latest addition to her repertoire.

At Posity, Isabella brings a fresh perspective, boundless energy, and a deep-seated desire to contribute to positive outcomes for her clients. Her journey is a testament to the power of combining personal passions with professional goals, making her a valued and inspiring member of our team.

Yasamin Khavari

Business Administration Manager

Yasamin joined Posity in 2018 assisting with the administration tasks and provision of daily support to Families inquiry, booking, payments and requests. Now she is working along with our admin team to ensure a smooth operation for clients and staff with her robust management and efficient handling of client inquiries.

With the background in clinical psychology and the passion for working with people with disabilities, Yasamin is passionate about supporting clients and enjoys interacting with our families throughout the week!

Nicolette Hornsby

Practice Administrator

Nicolette has joined us to assist with the day to day running of the clinic as the Practice Administrator.

She brings a positive attitude and a wealth of administrative and customer service experience. With a strong emphasis on client relations, organisational skills and critical thinking she will help ensure the Practitioners day will run smoothly and efficiently.

Outside of work Nicolette enjoys staying active, getting outdoors, adventuring and spending time with friends.

Faz Mohitian

Director

Faz Mohitian, the dynamic Director of Posity, is an embodiment of unwavering commitment, enthusiasm, and drive. With an infectious interest in technology and a deep-seated passion for people, Faz exemplifies the ethos of doing what you love, backing yourself, and embracing challenges with a red-hot determination. At the helm of Posity, he is instrumental in creating and expanding services that meticulously cater to the needs of all people. His leadership in business development and strategic direction is underpinned by a commitment to innovation, progression, and ensuring a seamless, stress-free experience for all Posity participants.

With a rich background in management, leadership, and IT, Faz infuses the Posity team with values of respect, trust, empowerment, and creativity, striving for excellence in every facet of the organisation. His role extends beyond directing; Faz is deeply involved in overseeing the Customer Relationship team, ensuring that every participant’s journey with Posity is smooth and fulfilling.

Outside of Posity, Faz is a respected consultant, leveraging his extensive experience to assist other business owners and Allied Health providers in enhancing service delivery, maintaining compliance, and improving efficiency and productivity. Since 2015, Faz has made significant contributions to the auditing industry, specialising as an independent NDIS Auditor since 2019. His expertise is crucial in bridging the knowledge gap within the NDIS market, offering comprehensive internal audit services that prepare businesses for NDIS Audits, ensuring compliance, and facilitating continuous improvement.

Additionally, Faz serves as a dedicated board member of the Christina Ghobadi Foundation, channelling his gratitude and respect for Christina’s positive influence into promoting wellness among young people facing cancer. This role reflects Faz’s broader commitment to giving back to the community and supporting meaningful causes.

Faz’s leadership at Posity, combined with his consultancy work and community involvement, showcases a leader who is not only at the forefront of service innovation and improvement but also deeply committed to making a significant, positive impact on society.

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