Hannah Fearon – Senior Rehabilitation Consultant / NDIS Clinical Occupational Therapist
B. Speech Pathology, M. Occupational Therapy.

Hannah has worked with TRS since 2015 in a range of roles including External Case Manager and Team Manager (workplace rehabilitation) and she currently sits within the NDIS team as an Occupational Therapist, after completing a Master of Occupational Therapy in 2023.

Prior to completing her study in Occupational Therapy and performing roles in workplace rehabilitation, Hannah obtained a Bachelor of Speech Pathology (2004). She worked as a Speech Pathologist in neurological rehabilitation, aged care and acute hospital settings in Australia and the UK, providing high quality assessment and management of communication and swallowing disorders until 2010. Following this, she worked as a case manager in the disability sector supporting individuals with acquired brain injury and subsequently, low vision and blindness to achieve independence in the community. Hannah then moved into the APS working for Comcare providing rehabilitation case management for Comcare employees across Australia, before joining the TRS team.

Hannah became an Occupational Therapist to help people achieve their goals of engaging in meaningful activities and completing valued roles. She has a particular interest in supporting children, teenagers and adults who experience cognitive and executive functioning difficulty in their goals, whether this be to plan and cook a meal, participate in school or access the community. Hannah currently provides telehealth services to clients and can also provide workplace rehabilitation (non-compensatory) services to clients given her background in this area.

Working in Workplace Rehabilitation since 2012
5 years Clinical Speech Pathology

Areas Covered                                                                           

Travel Billed From
Fyshwick, ACT

Case Management
Non Compensation
External Case Management – Comcare and Non-Compensation

Assessment Services

  • Initial needs assessments
  • Complex functional assessments and recommendations
  • Assistive technology assessments, trials, prescription and recommendations
  • Supported Independent Living assessments and recommendations
  • Clinic based intervention programs
  • Plan Recommendation assessments and reports
  • In home/ in community individualised therapy programs
  • SDA assessments