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Our paediatric ot team at our Caloundra, QLD clinic.

We are glad you found us!

Our team is committed to quality care.

To us, this looks like occupational therapy sessions that are tailored to your child and their unique goals.

Meet The Team

Julina, our owner and director at Limitless Occupational Therapy in Queensland.

Julina Minter

Founder · Director

Occupational Therapist

Clinical Supervisor

Julina established Limitless Occupational Therapy in 2016. Julina's vision is to listen to families personal experiences, to individualise therapy to gain the best outcome possible for children, and to provide services to underdeveloped communities. Julina provides supervision and professional development to Limitless Occupational Therapists.

Julina has a Certificate 2 in Sport and Community Recreation, a Certificate 4 and 5 in Fitness, and a Bachelor of Occupational Therapy. 


Prior to opening her own private practise (Limitless Occupational Therapy) in 2016, Julina worked as an Occupational Therapist at an early intervention centre for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder, and within private practise. Julina has 8 years Occupational Therapy experience working with ages 0-25, with varied presentations.

Julina also offers Equine Assisted Occupational Therapy sessions for clients who may benefit from an outdoor setting or from animals. Julina has a membership with the Riding for Disabled (RDA), and regularly engages in further Professional Development within this area of practise.

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Bronte Aprile

Occupational Therapist

Bronte graduated with a Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (Honours) at James Cook University in Townsville. She has experience In multiple private practices with clients of various of ages and paediatric conditions. She also has experience in supporting a range of children and adults in community mental health occupational therapy services. 


In her previous roles as an Occupational Therapist and Program Assistant, she has been dedicated to delivering individualised support to a variety of clients with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Global Developmental Delays, Oppositional Defiance Disorder and Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder.  


She is passionate about developing meaningful, trustworthy relationships with clients and caregivers. She  has a strong commitment to ensuring that both the client and their families are well supported, by delivering holistic care to address client and family goals including activities of daily living, communication, emotional regulation and fine motor skills in preparation for future kindergarten and schooling. She enjoys supporting clients to generalise their  skills to increase their participation and independence in the home, community and school.


Emma Simpson

Occupational Therapist

Emma graduated from Edith Cowan University (Perth) in 2011 with a Bachelor of Occupational Therapy. Over 10 years she has gained a wealth of knowledge working in private practice as a senior occupational therapist. In her previous role, she specialised in the rehabilitation of hand injuries and conditions, working collaboratively with both adults and children to optimise their participation at work, home and school.


Emma has presented at national Occupational Therapy conferences on ways to enhance proprioceptive ability in the upper limb. She has also been involved in research projects to contribute to advancing therapy techniques in the industry.


In the past few years Emma has taken some time off to raise her 3 young children. She is incredibly passionate about supporting children to recognise their strengths and celebrate what makes them unique. She thrives on working collaboratively with families to identify goals and client-centred strategies that are individual to each family’s situation.

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Grace Forbes

Occupational Therapist

Grace graduated from the University of Newcastle in 2020 with a Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (Honours). She has a passion for working with children and believes in building positive relationships to provide client centred therapy services.

Since graduating Grace has worked as a paediatric occupational therapist in the Hunter Valley. Her role entailed working within a multi-disciplinary team to supporting children and their support networks to achieve their full potential. She has experience with a diverse
caseload including children with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Global Developmental Delays, Attention Deficit and Hyperactive Disorder, Cerebral Palsy, Foetal Alcohol Disorder Syndrome and Intellectual Disabilities.


Most recently Grace has been living in London where she was able to continue her passion for working with children in her role as a Nanny.

When she’s not at work you will find Grace outdoors enjoying the sunshine! Possibly walking, reading at the beach or swimming.

Meet Sara! Our beautiful receptionist at our OT clinic in Caloundra.

Sara Godfrey

Administration Assistant

Sara moved to the Sunshine Coast from the UK with her family in 2007. She has worked in a range of industries, in various administrative roles, from Child Care to Aged Care. Sara also spent many years working for Marriott Hotels in the UK.

She has a passion for connecting with people and providing quality support services. Knowing she can make a positive difference to someone’s day is what fulfils her.

Outside of work she enjoys spending time with friends and family, especially her young grandchildren.

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Shara Godman

Administration Assistant

Shara grew up on the Sunshine Coast, and after spending almost 10 years in Canada, she and her husband decided to make the big move back to Australia in 2019.

Shara has a background in medical administration at one of the largest wellness clinics in Alberta, Canada. Inliv Wellness Calgary had a team of doctors, nurses, occupational therapists, psychologists, and personal trainers. She enjoyed meeting and greeting clients and getting to know all the families. Shara also has a background as a Beauty Therapist, she moved into management of salons and day spas, and she taught beauty therapy to students in one of the top beauty colleges in Canada.

In 2019 she decided to change careers and studied to become a counsellor, graduating in 2022. She has a passion for supporting parents and children and has a warm, welcoming and empathetic demeanour.

Outside of work Shara enjoys spending time with her husband and two young children exploring the Sunshine Coast and all that it has to offer for young families to keep the kids entertained.

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