Entries by Lively Eaters

Syna Lim – Feeding Therapist

– Syna Lim – Qualifications: Bachelor of Speech Pathology (Flinders University) Syna is a qualified Speech Pathologist who has experience working with children and adults with a range of conditions, including Autism Spectrum Disorder, Cerebral Palsy, and Down Syndrome. Syna’s interest in feeding therapy began when her nephew exhibited feeding difficulties and food intolerances from […]

Lynn Boyd – Support Services Therapy Assistant

– Lynn Boyd – Qualifications: Bachelor of Education When not dodging hippos and elephants in Africa as a safari guide and lodge manager, Lynn has been a classroom teacher with a focus on working with children with special needs. Now, happily settled in the Adelaide Hills she enjoys pottering around in her garden with Charlie […]

Casey Dell’Orso – Support Services Administration

– Casey Dell’Orso – Qualifications: Certificate III in Business Administration Certificate IV in Disability Certificate III in Education Support Casey joins the Lively Eaters team with a background in disability support services. She has worked with individuals across the lifespan living with a range of physical and intellectual disabilities, mental health conditions and behavioural support […]

Jemima Daish – Occupational Therapist

– Jemima Daish – Qualifications: Master of Occupational Therapy Bachelor of Psychological Science Jem is a registered Occupational Therapist with a passion for working with children and their families. With an undergraduate degree in psychological science, she has a particular interest in mental health and family dynamics. Jem aims to take a holistic and family-centred approach […]

Will Liebing – Occupational Therapist

– Will Liebing – Qualifications: Master of Occupational Therapy Bachelor of Health Services Management Graduate Certificate in Public Health Will is a registered Occupational Therapist who is passionate about working with children and their families to achieve best outcomes. He worked in residential aged care for 4 years before a car accident involving a close […]

Abby Taylor – Speech Pathologist

– Abby Taylor – Qualifications: Bachelor of Midwifery Master of Speech Pathology Member of Speech Pathology Australia Abby is a qualified Speech Pathologist who initially trained as a Registered Midwife. Her interest in paediatric feeding and swallowing stems from her time spent in the special care babies’ unit. During this period, she educated families around […]

Donna Hanna – Customer Service

– Donna Hanna – Qualifications: Bachelor of Social Work Donna joins Lively Eaters with over ten years in Customer Service and a Bachelor of Social Work. She has experience working with children under the Guardianship of the Minister and high school students. Donna enjoys welcoming clients and seeing positive outcomes for families. She feels fortunate […]

Libby Dunkley – Allied Health Assistant

– Libby Dunkley – Qualifications: Cert 3 in Allied Health Assistant Libby is a qualified Allied Health Assistant (cert 3 in Allied Health Assistant). She enjoys working alongside the therapists to keep sessions running smoothly and efficiently to give the clients the best outcomes.  Libby has worked in hospitality for several years including as a […]

Gemma Morath – Dietitian

Gemma Morath – Dietitian Qualifications: Bachelor of Nutrition and Dietetics (Flinders University) Bachelor of Environmental Engineering (Honours) Gemma is an Accredited Practising Dietitian, who’s career transition into this health profession was motivated through her own family experience. Gemma’s three daughters have all experienced food allergy in their early years, and as a result Gemma has […]

Dr Dildeepa Naveen – Paediatrician

– Dr Dildeepa Naveen – Qualifications: Bachelor of Medicine & Surgery, India Diploma in Othorhinolaryngology, India Diploma in Child Health – Australia 2005 Fellowship (Paediatrics) Royal Australasian College of Physicians – 2005 Dildeepa is passionate about caring for children and their families. As a parent, she understand the stress and anxiety associated with concerns about […]