Our Core Values

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Safe Space


Neurodiverse affirming


Focus on Quality



Our Services

All Star offers the following services:

  • One to one Speech Pathology, Occupational Therapy and Therapy Assistant services for children with a disability or diagnosis

  • Functional Capacity Assessments

  • Support to access the NDIS

  • Group program options

All Star OT offers appointments at our clinic, or we can visit you at home, in the community or at school/day care. Regional visits to the Midwest/Murchison and Carnarvon are also available. 


We are currently accepting referrals for children aged between 0 and 18, with a diagnosed disability or developmental delay/disorder. 


Our Team

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Rachel Banks

Director | Occupational Therapist


Madi Broadhurst

Occupational Therapist


Sasha Pomery

Speech Pathologist


Kerrie Stephens

Therapy Assistant


Luke Ringin

Therapy Assistant | Support Worker


Meghan Heller

Administrative Officer

Allied Health Services

All Star Occupational Therapy is dedicated to providing quality services to our families. Take a look below to find out what services we provide, and get in touch with any additional questions or to learn more.

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Food Therapy and Mealtime Management

Our team can assess various aspects of feeding, including the oral skills, swallowing, chewing and the sensory aspects of the environment impacting on meals.


We can provide you with a range of food therapy and mealtime management options, many based off the principles of the SOS Approach to Feeding and similar programs.

The SOS Approach to Feeding is great as it helps the child to develop the skills for eating a wide range of foods, rather than teaching them specific foods or volume of food. With range comes volume!

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Emotional regulation, interoception and sensory supports

Self-regulation is made up of many different components - emotional regulation, sensory processing and understanding your body's internal signals (interoception). We can provide you and your child with many different strategies and programs to assist with their regulation.

We also take into account a child's experience of trauma, and use this to inform our practice. 


We use programs like The Alert Program and the Interoception Curriculum.

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Therapy and supports for activities of daily living

Occupational Therapists specialise at breaking down activities that a person engages in each and every day as part of their "occupational roles".


A child's occupational roles include being a self-maintainer (feeding themselves, managing their hygiene and getting dressed), player, a friend and a student. 


We can provide you and your family with supports for your child to achieve independence in these activities. We can also assist with your child's school skills - handwriting, attention, visual perception, fine motor and bilateral integration.

Fostering self-confidence and self advocacy skills

Our team is passionate about providing therapies that are strengths-based and with goals that are important for the child. 

We strive to improve your child's self confidence, help them to authentically be themselves and to give them the skills they need to advocate for themselves in a neurotypical world. 

We use programs written by autistic adults that ensures the supports are respectful and safe. 

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Language development, alternative communication strategies and articulation support

Speech Pathologists can engage with a family to support the child to develop their language and communication skills, as well as provide guidance and training on the use of alternative communication strategies. 

Articulation and literacy support can also be accessed through a speech pathologist. 

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Contact Us

Please feel free to contact us regarding our services and supports.

Ph: 9924 5115

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We would like to acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we work, the Southern Yamatji People and pay respects to Elders past, present and emerging. 

We are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all staff, clients and carers. We believe everyone has the right to be their true and authentic self.