About Cherry Reynolds
Cherry Reynolds has 20 years experience working with people with disabilities. Cherry graduated as an Occupational Therapist in 2001 and has worked as a disability support worker, program manager, adult guardianship officer, occupational therapist and behaviour specialist for government and non-government organisations.
Cherry has experience in case management, standardised assessment, functional behaviour assessment, developing and implementing positive behaviour support plans and excels in working with teams to create positive outcomes for all. Cherry also has experience in training others and increasing their capacity to support people in a person centred way.
Cherry is passionate about working partnership with individuals and services to achieve positive outcomes and improve the quality of life for people with disability. She holds a Bachelor of Applied Science (Occupational Therapy), Graduate Certificate in Public Sector Management and a Graduate Diploma in Health Research.
Cherry is a member of OT Australia and is an AHPRA registered Occupational Therapist. Cherry is also the state lead for the Disability and Community Network within the Association for Positive Behaviour Support Australia (APBSA).
She is FIM accredited and has undertaken further training in the provision of Occupational Performance Coaching. She is committed to ongoing professional development and regularly engages in training, courses and conferences, to ensure adherence to current best practice.