Jasmine has a Bachelor of Science (Occupational Therapy) with Honours from Curtin University. Her honours project involved comparing sedentary behaviours (like sitting, watching TV or playing video games) to physical activity in children with autism to their typically developing peers. She worked closely with the RAINE study and has presented her research at the 2018 RAINE Study Annual Scientific Meeting.
Jasmine joined the AIM Therapy team in early 2020. She is passionate about encouraging and supporting children of all ages to lead meaningful lives and reach their potential. Jasmine has worked with children with a range of diagnoses including Autism Spectrum Disorder, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Global Developmental Delay, Noonan Syndrome and Sensory Processing difficulties.
In her spare time, she is an active member of Girl Guides WA and enjoys teaching swimming. She enjoys spending time with family, friends and her pets.
Jasmine is looking forward to working with your family to help your child reach their potential.