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Since 2017 Living Without Boundaries has been providing Occupational Therapy services across two clinics in the Northern and Western suburbs of Melbourne. We are a fast growing private practice that embodies evidence based practice looking through the lens of the “Social Model of Disability” servicing clients across ages in Forest Hill and a Paediatric specific focus in the seaside suburb of Williamstown.
LivingWb’s philosophy acknowledges that when all aspects of Physical, Mental, Emotional and Spiritual health come together, people can maximise ‘Getting Back to Living Life’. We are active team members in our clients’ personal return to health and participation.

Working at Living Without Boundaries Occupational Therapy

At Living Without Boundaries, we are dedicated to opening the doors of possibility and influencing the lives of others. Directed by Carly Treloar, registered Occupational Therapist, our team consists of qualified professionals who are passionate about their roles and impact in peoples lives, always working towards something bigger than ourselves.

We identify the continual shift that occurs throughout the life cycle of people, children and their families, supporting the changes from a person – family centered approach.

“We are culturally sensitive, inclusive and humble in our approach to making a difference”

Stages of Change: Artwork by Veronica Passmore

We value the continued development and empower our team to reach their clinical, professional and personal goals through opportunities of professional development, regular supervision, social engagement and peer mentoring; All within a supportive team culture that identifies the value of work life balance.

Occupational Therapist Qualifications at LivingWb

Our Occupational Therapists are required to have a Bachelor of Occupational Therapy or a 2 year Masters Degree in Occupational Therapy from one of Australias leading Universities. Once their degree is completed, they must apply to the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) in order to become a registered Occupational Therapist.

Our Occupational Therapists are required to practice and provide services in accordance with Occupational Therapy Australia (OTA) and in alignment with the National Accreditation and Registration Scheme (NDIS) screening process.

We are always recruiting!

If you are looking to work within private practice and would like to join a supportive team of professionals providing Occupational Therapy services to the community whilst enjoying diversity in your day to day, we would love to hear from you!

Occupational Therapy roles vary in hours from FTE – PTE and we are flexible to support and meet our teams needs to enable work life balance.

Please send us an email along with your resume to Belinda at

Tell us a little about yourself, your goals and aspirations for the next 12months and why you have chosen a career in Occupational Therapy. We look forward to getting to know a little more about you!


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