Naturaliste Occupational Therapy

Helping you build the life you want to live.

Why Come to Us

We specialise in disability and mental health

Diagnoses may include: Autism, ADHD, intellectual disability, anxiety and depression.

We provide an evidence-based service for children and adults

Centred upon your values and goals.

Building on your strengths and resources.

We work with your team

Your family

NDIS supports

Medical team


Functional capacity assessments

Sensory processing assessments

Allied health Autism assessments

When referred by a psychiatrist or paediatrician to support their diagnostic evaluation of a person aged 16 years and older.

Developmental assessments

Children’s development of independence, sensory, fine motor, cognitive and visual perceptual skills.


Occupational therapy supports your engagement in activities to increase your wellbeing and life satisfaction.
We specialise in:
Sensory processing
Emotional regulation and stress management
Executive functioning

Managing time & energy

Organising & prioritising

Building independence

Healthy daily routines

Social and community participation

Engaging in study and work

Where We Work

Home, Community, School visits

In Dunsborough, Busselton, Vasse, and surrounding areas


Access OT services online from the comfort of your home

Funding options

National disability insurance scheme (NDIS) for individuals with a self-managed or plan-managed NDIS plan.

Medicare rebate when referred by a GP or Psychiatrist under Better Access to Mental Health or Chronic Disease Management initiatives. A gap payment will apply.

Private health fund rebates. Contact your health fund to discuss your individual policy. A gap payment will apply.

Please contact us if you would like a copy of our current price guide.


The easiest way to refer yourself or a client is to download the referral form by clicking the button below.

Send your completed form along with supporting information to

We will contact you to discuss the referral.

Who We Are

Sally Coombs

Sally has been a practising occupational therapist since 2002. She has worked predominantly in the areas of mental health and disability, for both children and adults.

Sally aims to provide a safe place for people to be themselves. She provides a neurodiversity-affirming service.

Sally has completed a masters in public health and a Bachelor of Science. She is fully registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and is a member of the Occupational Therapy Association (OTA).

Sally is now living in the Naturaliste area in WA, where she loves swimming and hiking in the beautiful surrounds.