Kellie is an accredited primary school teacher with 13 years of experience, working with children of all ages and abilities. She has completed a Bachelor of Education Primary and holds a current Working with Children Check. In her years as a Learning and Support teacher, Kellie has helped many children with various learning difficulties and disorders such as Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, Autism and ADHD. As a trained literacy interventionalist, Kellie has taught many students with low academic achievement. She has a warm, caring nature and quickly builds a trusting rapport with children.
Seven years ago she began to question why growing numbers of children in classrooms were struggling- whether socially, emotionally or academically. She wanted to understand what the root cause was. When she discovered Neurodevelopmental therapy she was provided with answers and the solution and so, it became her passion!
Kellie discovered various movement programs that help children overcome their difficulties by integrating primitive reflexes and developing postural reflexes.