About Ubuntu

Ubuntu is an ethos of collective caring, sharing, doing, being and belonging. We engage with our clients in a caring, compassionate and professional way to enable them to achieve their goals and aspirations.

 

Our clients are at the centre of what we do.

 

UHS services are delivered by experienced professionals who fully embrace the Ubuntu ethos. The Ubuntu ethos, our experience, and our use of contemporary research evidence relevant for the context, is what sets us apart from others.  We are dedicated to achieving positive outcomes and making a difference!

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Ubuntu is the essence of being human. Ubuntu speaks particularly about the fact that you cannot exist as a human being in isolation. It speaks about our interconnectedness. You can’t be human all by yourself, and when you have this quality-Ubuntu-you are known for your generosity.


We think of ourselves far too frequently as just individuals, separated from one another, whereas we are connected and what you do affects the whole world. When you do well, it spreads out; it is for the whole of humanity.

Archbishop Desmond Tutu

We provide multi-modal occupational therapy and physiotherapy services across Southeast Queensland and beyond.

Both Directors are Assistant Professors of Occupational Therapy – offering confidence to clients with regard to quality and experience.  
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Our Amazing Team
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Tawanda

Tawanda is a Driver Trained Occupational Therapist with extensive experience across the globe spanning over 25 years. His extensive world-wide experience enables him to provide appropriate, individualised care for all clients as he is able to understand a vast range of cultural aspects and preferences associated with care. Tawanda has experience working with a wide range of conditions including mental health, physical disabilities in both inpatient and community settings.  Tawanda also completed his PhD in the area of mental health.

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Michelle is a registered Occupational Therapist with over 25 years experience. Her particular areas of interest and experience have included adult rehabilitation, occupational rehabilitation, and organisational health and wellbeing. She uses her diverse background to holistically assess, recommend and implement appropriate solutions for employers, injured workers, and people with a disability. Compassion and care underpin Michelle’s approach to her work, and she is passionate about facilitating people to successfully and safely participate in meaningful activities.

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Caroline

Caroline is a registered occupational therapist with experience in paediatrics, rehabilitation, and mental health. She obtained her Masters Degree in Occupational Therapy (Bond University) and completed undergraduate studies in Psychology (California State Polytechnic University San Luis Obispo).

Caroline aims to help people find balance in their daily lives and participate in what activities bring them joy. Outside of work, Caroline enjoys bushwalking, yoga and playing ukulele. 

Susannah

Susannah has been working as an Occupational Therapist for over 10 years.  She has worked nationally in QLD and NSW as well as internationally, in Canada. She has worked in a range of clinical positions in a variety of settings including community aged care, disability and rehabilitation involving home modifications and equipment prescription. Her passion and primary area of interest is in paediatrics.  She has skills in working with children with vision impairments, autism spectrum disorder, developmental delay, fine and gross motor difficulties, sensory processing concerns and cerebral palsy.  She has also worked in leadership roles providing clinical support and supervision to staff to ensure exceptional outcomes for clients. 

Susannah has a Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (Honours) from the University of Newcastle. She has obtained her Graduate Certificate in Applied Business (Coaching and Mentoring) and Certificate IV in Frontline Management from Swinburne University of Technology.  Susannah has also worked at Bond University as the Academic Coordinator of Clinical Education and Senior Teaching Fellow.  She currently works for Ubuntu Health Solutions providing clinical supervision to Occupational Therapists. 

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Tarryn

Tarryn is an Occupational Therapist with over twelve years of experience. She has the clinical experience of working with people with newly acquired spinal injuries, brain injuries, CVA or stroke, and orthopedic conditions. Tarryn is trained in wheelchair seating for all clients, including those with spinal cord injuries, as well as in pressure care management.

Jenny

Jenny is a registered Occupational Therapist with experience across diverse areas of hospital, community and private practice.  Her practical experience spans 20 plus years, working initially in clinical healthcare settings, and then in a variety of consulting roles in the areas of occupational health, safety, rehabilitation and wellbeing.  Jenny has a keen interest in adult rehabilitation, mental health and wellbeing, and ergonomics.  She uses a collaborative and practical approach to assisting her clients find solutions to their problems, improve outcomes and achieve their goals.

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Gurjeet

Gurjeet is a registered occupational therapist with clinical experience in Aged Care and mental health practice. Gurjeet has a Bachelor of Physiotherapy  degree as well as a Master of Occupational Therapy degree (Bond University). She has a keen interest in Mental health, Assistive Technology, and rehabilitation. 

Shayne

Shayne is a registered Occupational Therapist with over 25-years experience across a range of areas, including Community Health, Occupational Rehabilitation, Disability and Injury management.  Shayne has a particular interest in complex injuries including traumatic brain injury, spinal injury and neurological conditions; and in the area of persistent pain. Shayne has a consultative and compassionate approach to assist clients in achieving their goals for increased independence, wellbeing and engagement in their daily activities at home, at work and within their own communities. 

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Vivian

Vivian is a registered occupational therapist with a Masters in Occupational Therapy Degree (Aus) and a BA Degree in Psychology (USA). Viv has clinical occupational therapy experience in paediatrics, mental health and acute care. She also has other experience working within the mental health sector both nationally, in QLD, and internationally, in the U.S.A. and Sri Lanka. Vivian is deeply passionate about developing trusting relationships with the clients she works with as well as creating a safe space to work towards increasing independence. She looks forward to working with you in collaboration with the team to achieve your goals. 

Mark

Mark is an experienced physiotherapist and long term resident of the Gold Coast. His special interest lies in the assessment and treatment of orthopaedic injuries and complaints, as well as neck and back pain.  Mark is experienced in developing tailored exercise programs, providing advice in the management of musculoskeletal conditions, and recommending suitable equipment to support the client’s function.

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Sara

Sara is a registered occupational therapist with a wealth of experience across acute, rehabilitation and community care. She has an Honours Degree in Occupational Therapy (The University of Queensland). 


Sara enjoys collaborating with people to work towards their chosen goals with an individualised, person centred approach. 

Morris

Morris is a physiotherapist with over 20 years of experience across Australia, New Zealand and Zimbabwe. Morris has a Bachelor of Science Honours in Physiotherapy and a Masters in Public Health. Morris’ main area of expertise is working with clients with neurological conditions but has vast experience in falls prevention, musculoskeletal conditions, gerontology and chronic pain management, with experience across acute, rehabilitation and community settings. Morris values clients achieving results that are meaningful to them and on self-management.   

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Charleen

Charleen is an occupational therapy assistant who supports our occupational therapists by carrying out administrative as well as supervised and routine clinical duties. She is currently completing a Bachelor's degree in Occupational Therapy at Griffith University.

Zoe

Zoe is a registered occupational therapist with experience in acute care and rehabilitation. She has a Masters Degree in Occupational Therapy (Bond University) and a bachelor of Exercise Science (Griffith University).
Zoe is passionate about helping people to achieve their goals, regardless of how big or small they may seem. She prides herself on being compassionate, optimistic, and committed to all her clients. 

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Belinda

Belinda is away on maternity leave.

 

Belinda is a registered occupational therapist with clinical experience in community, mental health and paediatric areas of practice. Belinda has a Bachelor of Science (Psychology and Psychophysiology) degree as well as a Master of Occupational Therapy Practice degree (Monash University). She has a keen interest in Assistive Technology, environment modification, rehabilitation, mental health and is developing a true ‘generalist’ skill set. 

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Michelle is a registered Occupational Therapist with over 20 -years -experience working with people with a range of health conditions. Michelle has predominantly worked in the area of vocational rehabilitation, helping people overcome health-related barriers to finding/ keeping work and performing functional capacity evaluations and workplace assessments. Michelle has also worked with adults and children in mental health, in acute and community settings across the UK and in Australia.

Michelle has a Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (Hons. Class 1), a Graduate Certificate in Autism Studies, and is currently completing a Graduate Certificate in Mental Health. Michelle is an enthusiastic cross country/ mountain bike rider, and an accredited foundational mountain bike instructor with AusCycling. She enjoys teaching young people bike riding skills and increasing their confidence with riding. She can also provide mental health support through outdoor activities, such as ‘walk and talk’. 

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Blake

Blake is an Administration Officer who supports our business functions. He is currently completing a dual degree in Business and Economics at the University of Queensland. 

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Robina Town Centre QLD 4230