We offer Physiotherapy, Speech Pathology and Occupational Therapy for your child through our mobile services or at our clinic in Port Macquarie.
We focus on the needs of the family and listen to what you want to achieve. We are a team of highly experienced therapists who have local knowledge and networks. We enjoy working with families, schools and the wider community. We provide a knowledgeable option that can help you make informed choices as we transition into the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).
We also offer an experienced equipment prescription service for all ages. Assisting you to make informed decisions about wheelchairs, seating options, standing frames, communication aids and more.
Managing Director & Occupational Therapist
Pip has been providing OT services to the region for the last seven years. Pip started HOOT- Hands On Occupational Therapy before opening the multidisciplinary practice All Together Therapy. Pip has experience working with children and young adults with physical disabilities and assistive technology.
Vanita has lived in Port Macquarie for the past 15 years and has previously owned and managed her own business. Vanita is managing our Port Macquarie Clinic and our range of sensory resources.
Alex is an experienced children’s physio that has worked with children with disabilities across Australia and the UK. In particular cerebral palsy and movement disorders. Alex loves being outdoors and empowering children to be their best.
Jessika is an experienced Speech Pathologist who completed her degree at the University of Sydney. She is passionate about working with adults and children with developmental and acquired language disorders, speech sound disorders and Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Madison is a Port Macquarie local who has recently moved back to our beautiful coastal town after graduating from University of Newcastle in Speech Pathology. Madison feels very fortunate to be able to assist her clients in their areas of need, whether it be speech sounds, language skills, social communication, literacy, or augmentative and alternative communication (AAC). Madison has attended additional professional development for Hanen It Takes Two To Talk and for phonological (speech) disorders.
Hugo is a Physiotherapy student at Charles Sturt University. He has a keen interest in paediatrics and is enthusiastic about working with kids and their families towards their goals alongside our therapy team.
Chris is a highly experienced Children’s therapist who has worked in the local area for a number of years. Chris enjoy’s working with children of all abilities and has vast experience in disability.
Katia has moved to Port Macquarie after studying a Master of Speech and Language Pathology at Macquarie University where she completed a research project investigating Apraxia of Speech using ultrasound. Her areas of interest include Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC), dysphagia and speech sound disorders. Katia believes that communication is a basic human right and strives to be an advocate people with disabilities.
Since graduating in the year 2000 Cassie has worked as an Occupational Therapist in the area of Disability services for over 10 years. Cassie enjoys assisting people with disabilities to achieve their best in all areas of occupation including play, school, social skills, self-care, mobility and life skills. She enjoys working with people of all ages and as a mother of three young children, understands the demands placed on parents in today’s society. Cassie works 12 hours a week.
Maddie has recently moved to Port Macquarie and brings a fresh take on Sensory Processing after recently completing her honours in this area. Maddie is passionate about working with people across the lifespan and previously worked as a teachers aid.
Clay completed her masters of OT in 2016, Clay is passionate about promoting function and wellbeing. Clay enjoys working with individuals and families.
Meagan Van Aswegen
Meagan graduated from the University of Newcastle after completing her honours research on the early signs of autism. Meagan is passionate about working with people of all disabilities to enable them to reach their highest level of independence possible.