Bachelor of Applied Science OT 1993

The University of Sydney
Cumberland College of Health Sciences

Case Management Society of Australia

NSW Association of Occupational Therapists 

Special Education Advisory Committee 
 Board of Studies Teaching & Educational Standards NSW

Treasurer NSW Parents Council
Representative for special needs students 

Lindy Williams

Senior Occupational Therapist & Rehabilitation Consultant
B.App.Sc (Occupational Therapy)

Lindy graduated from the University of Sydney in 1993 and has worked with children and adolescents for the past 28 years.

Lindy has worked in rural community health paediatrics, in the School Aged and Adult programs at The Cerebral Palsy Alliance (CPA), in the Rehabilitation and general Occupational Therapy Department at the Children’s Hospital at Westmead, and at Lighthouse Health Group for the last 14 years providing occupational therapy services to children and adults.

Lindy is an accredited occupational therapist for NDIS participants and registered with Medicare and Private Health Providers.  She is also accredited to administer the WeeFIM assessment and is an accredited NDIS simple and complex home modifications provider.

Lindy is passionate about supporting children and their families with evidence-based, fun family focused practice that addresses the child’s goals and individual needs.

Lindy believes that a strength-based approach facilitates a child’s development and empowers the child to achieve their goals and generalise their abilities across daily activities.

Lindy believes a multidisciplinary team approach with the family at the centre is essential.

Lindy has a special ability to connect with children and families, and has personal experience of neuro diversity, ADHD and children with joint hypermobility syndrome.

Lindy has particular skills and experience in the areas of Neuro-Occupational Therapy and children with physical disabilities.  Lindy has worked for many years with children with brain and spinal injuries, and children with a range of diagnoses such as spina bifida and complex genetic conditions.

Lindy’s area of expertise includes:

  • Developmental delays
  • Babies and achievement of early milestones
  • Fine motor skill development
  • Development of hand preference
  • Handwriting
  • School readiness
  • Adaptive and assistive technology prescription
  • Wheelchairs and seating
  • Joint hypermobility syndrome;
  • Low muscle tone
  • Spasticity management and hemiplegia
  • Upper limb issues and hand function
  • ADHD and learning difficulties
  • Neuro diverse children
  • Self-help skill development
  • Supporting school placement and engagement in all areas of the curriculum
  • Visual perceptual and visual motor integration difficulties
  • Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD)
  • Gross motor skill development
  • Expert Medico-Legal assessment and reports
  • Supporting OT students develop skills for entry into OT practice
  • Case Management
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