SA Divisional Council
SA Divisional Council
The Occupational Therapy Australia SA Divisional Council represents the interests and provides advice to support the members affiliated with the Division. The Council comprises OTA members from across the state who bring a diversity of skills and experience to the Association. Council members welcome and value member input and feedback.
If you would like to connect with any of our SA Divisional Council members, please contact OTA and we would be happy to forward your information.
Ellice Willcourt (Chair)
Ellice Willcourt is a lecturer in Occupational Therapy at Flinders University in the Master of Occupational Therapy and Bachelor of Health Science programs. She graduated in 2003 from James Cook University in North Queensland with a Bachelor of Occupational Therapy.
Sarah McMullen-Roach is a UniSA lecturer in the occupational therapy program and has experience in a range of practice areas including adult neurology, healthcare management, aged care, complex injury management, acute care, vocational rehabilitation and seating and postural management.
Hannah Crockett Naini graduated with Bachelor of Health Science and Master of Occupational Therapy from Flinders University in 2021. Now a new graduate Occupational Therapist, Hannah works within the Rewire Program at Brain Injury SA. Hannah is passionate about supporting individuals with acquired brain injuries to help them embrace life and engage in meaningful occupations.
Jessica Muller - has worked in rural South Australia in both government and tertiary education sectors since graduating from the University of South Australia. Jessica has clinical experience across a range of areas in rural practice contexts, particularly working with adult populations in community-based settings and compliments this with experience in service development, delivery, evaluation and research.
Lisa is an Occupational Therapist and Allied Health/ Program Manager and has held roles across private, government and NGO sectors, working in clinical and non-clinical settings within mental health and disability sectors. Lisa has experience in service development and operational oversight related to youth and adult disability and mental health services.
With a significant interest in the intersection between technology and activity participation, Will Crowe is an OT who’s dominant area of practice involves in the prescription of assistive and inclusive technological equipment to assist his client’s attain their goals.
Kate is a qualified Occupational Therapist obtaining her Bachelor of Applied Science in Occupational Therapy in 2003. Kate commenced her career in clinical hospital and community based OT completing assessment and treatment of Activities of Daily Living, mobility, cognition, manual handling and health education both in Australia and the UK.
Spending the past 22 years living and working in regional locations, Sarah Baker has a passion for rural health. Sarah recently returned to South Australia to commence the role of Advanced Clinical Lead, Occupational Therapy for the Rural Support Service in SA Health.