Megan Bezuidenhout completed her Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (Honours) at The University of Queensland.

Meg has a particular interest in working with children and adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder and their carers to engage in all meaningful activities important for quality of life. Meg has experience in:

  • School based assessment and therapy (handwriting, reading, cutting, typing, attention and self-regulation)
  • Dressing (equipment assessment and skill training)
  • Feeding
  • Toileting
  • Life skills (cooking, cleaning, budgeting)
  • Upper limb management (hand strength)
  • Emotional regulation
  • Sensory-based approaches
  • Motor coordination
  • Executive functioning

Meg is passionate about incorporating all types of play into therapy and is a great believer of carer involvement in therapy. She is driven to find innovative and evidence based practices to include in therapy to enhance treatment outcomes.

In her spare time, Meg loves to read, paint, go camping, take her dogs to the beach and spend time with her friends and family.