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Abbey Omodei

Occupational Therapist


Abbey Omodei grew up in a small town of Southwest Western Australia, where she developed a deep love for nature and the simple joys of rural life. Her upbringing instilled in her a strong work ethic and a belief in the importance of community support, values she carries into her occupational therapy practice today.

Upon moving to Perth to pursue her studies in Occupational Therapy at Curtin University, Abbey initially found the transition to city life a bit challenging. However, she quickly embraced the city’s faster pace, relishing in its diverse range of activities and opportunities. Outside of her work, Abbey is a social butterfly, often organising gatherings and bringing people together to enjoy concerts and sporting events. During her studies, Abbey focused on paediatric occupational therapy, culminating in an honours project within this field. Her final-year placement at Calm and Connected solidified her passion for early intervention, where she witnessed the transformative impact of therapy in the formative years of a child’s life.

Abbey’s professional journey began at Calm and Connected, where she started as a therapy assistant. Under the guidance of experienced occupational therapists, Abbey gained valuable hands-on experience and confirmation that she was on the right career path.

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Abbey believes that building a strong relationship with the client and their family is crucial. Abbey works hard to advocate for her clients and to create a team environment so that all persons involved are supporting the client to reach their goals. Abbey has a real passion for working in early intervention, where she is continuously seeking the opportunity to up skill in evidence-based practice to integrate new knowledge into therapy sessions. Abbey ensures sessions are a safe space for her clients, filled with creativity, flexibility, and choice through play-based activities. Abbey always brings a genuine smile to every interaction. Abbey believes
that all children should be provided with opportunities and experiences that allow them to engage with others and their environment, whilst developing meaningful connections for their overall well-being.


  • ¬†Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (Honours) – Curtin University
  • Vital Links, Therapeutic Listening: Quickshifts: Revolutionizing the Use of
  • Sound in Sensory Integrative Treatment (2021)
  • Vestibular-Visual Matters: Kim Barthel (2022)
  • The SpIRiT of Pediatric Therapy: Clinical Reasoning Tool
  • Trauma Release Exercise (TRE) provider (certification date July 2024)
  • Team Teach Training Course 2024
  • Traffic Jam in My Brain by Genevieve Jereb 2022
  • Understanding Traumatised Children by Donna Berry (Interplay) 2022
  • Camp Jabiru Practicum 2023
  • Camp Jabiru Team leader 2024