Daniella Stoch


Daniella graduated from Curtin University in 2019 with a Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy). She was the 2019 recipient of the ‘The Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) National Paediatric Special Group (WA Chapter) Award ‘for her enthusiasm for paediatric physiotherapy, innovation of practice and strong theoretical knowledge in the field of paediatrics.

Daniella has had a wide range of experience in the disability and paediatric sector including spending time at the Perth Children’s hospital, volunteering with multiple not for profit organizations in the community and shadowing senior paediatric clinicans. Daniella’s passion expands beyond Perth where she has travelled to Tanzania and Cambodia to offer her skills and knowledge to children with special needs and disabilities. She thoroughly enjoys creating therapeutic alliances with her clients and their families, whilst assisting them to strive for success and achieve their functional goals. Daniella has a special interest in working with children with Autism Spectrum disorder and Developmental Coordination disorders. She hopes to complete a Physiotherapy Masters in the field of paediatrics to enhance her knowledge and growth as a clinician.

In her spare time Daniella enjoys hanging out with her friends and family, walking her golden retriever by the beach and participating in reformer Pilates.