Season 3 Episodes

Trivida, A World First Detachable Wheelchair Wheel

Episode 5 is brought to you by Trivida, a ground-breaking invention aiming to improve the daily mobility of wheelchair users, benefiting users, carers and healthcare workers. Trivida is a world first detachable wheelchair wheel, which enables easier and obstacle-free transfers and promotes greater mobility in day-to-day life. Clare and Danielle talk with Ryan Butler and Jennifer Irvin, Directors at Trivida, discovering the story behind the wheel, the benefits to wheelchair users, carers and healthcare workers as well as costs and funding bodies.


Julia Kiefer, Occupational Therapist, Talks about Working as a Locum in the UK

Episode 4 is brought to you by MediRecruit, a specialist career and recruitment advisory service for allied health professionals throughout Australia, the UK and New Zealand. In this episode, directors Danielle Weedon (B. Physio) and Clare Jones (B Occ Thy) interview Julia Kiefer, a 2018 graduate OT who worked for 4 years in a variety of clinical settings in Australia, before heading to the UK to work as a locum. Julia tells us about applying for HCPC registration and the youth mobility visa, how she secured a role in Guildford, Surrey (UK) with hospital accommodation, travelling prior to working, and some of her highlights and challenges.


Bloom Healthcare, Sam Smith and Sadhana Gounden Talk Psychology Services in the NDIS

Episode 3 is brought to you by Bloom Healthcare, a progressive, client-centric provider of choice that exists to improve the lives of those with disability through delivering quality healthcare. Sam Smith, Managing Director, and Sadhana Gounden, National Clinical Manager of Psychology, talk about the NDIS, Psychological services and their passion for providing client-centric allied health services to participants across the lifespan throughout Australia.

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Physiotherapist, Anjelo Ratnachandra, on Treating and Living with Chronic Pain

Episode 2 is brought to you by Beyond Pain, leaders in addressing the physical and emotional components of chronic pain, chronic fatigue, and mental illness. Danielle and Clare talk with Anjelo Ratnachandra, dual qualified Physiotherapist and Counsellor, and founder of Beyond Pain. Anjelo shares his career pathway, his book and workshops, and life-changing events while working as a Physiotherapist in the UK, leading to his lived experience with chronic pain.

Beyond Pain


Prime Super – Why You Should Care About Superannuation

Episode 1 is brought to you by Prime Super. National Sales Manager, Billie Atanasova joins Clare and Danielle to discuss whether your super payments are enough to retire comfortably, ways to combat the gender gap in super account balances and tips to become super savvy as an Allied Health Professional. Prime Super is a fully independent profit-to-members superannuation fund providing retirement solutions to Australians, and place their members at the heart of everything they do.Prime Super