Alice Storer


Alice completed a Bachelor of Science (Occupational Therapy) at Curtin University in Western Australia. In her final year at uni she traveled to the Ukraine and volunteered in an orphanage, which is where her passion for working with children with special needs started. Since then, Alice has worked in paediatrics in Perth in the private and not-for-profit sectors and joined the Little Bodies Therapy team in 2021.

Alice is a mum to two beautiful young children and loves exploring new places with them and watching the wonder on their faces when they see or learn something new. Alice is also a huge animal fan, having four fur kiddies at home! When she gets some spare time she loves going to cafes and restaurants with friends or spending time at the river or beach.

Alice got into OT because she wanted to help people. Alice believes “OTs are often known as a jack of all trades because we help people with just about any aspect of their life from brushing teeth or tying shoe laces, to being able to make friends or manage emotions. It is such a broad area of work that can require a lot of out of the box thinking. I love being able to help children find unique solutions to learning skills that fit for them and their families."

  • SOS (Sequential Oral Sensory) Approach to Feeding
  • L1 Dysphagia and mealtime management training
  • DIRFloortime
  • Evidence-based Toilet Training
  • So Safe (Protective Behaviour)
  • Positive Behaviour Support
  • ALERT training
Career achievements:
  • 2016 Board award for “continuously exceeding expectations and achieving excellence.” My nomination outlined dedication to innovative projects and the teaching of students.
  • Part of the Rural and Remote Service Provision Project to investigate current service provision in rural and remote communities and how this could be improved under NDIS to enable greater choice and control for participants.