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Judith Hall

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Laura Ovens (Maternity Leave)

She has a particular interest in helping children and young adults participate in exercise and physical activity throughout all stages of cancer treatment, and incorporating each individual child’s interests into treatment and rehabilitation.

Laura graduated from a Masters of Physiotherapy from the University of Sydney in 2014, and has worked as a Physiotherapist across the state in both adult and children’s hospitals. She has worked at Sydney Children’s Hospital since 2019 in a variety of different areas across the network. She has a particular interest in helping children and young adults participate in exercise and physical activity throughout all stages of cancer treatment, and incorporating each individual child’s interests into treatment and rehabilitation. In her spare time you will find her searching for snow to ski, or playing soccer.
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Jake Cosenza

Jake completed his Bachelor of Physiotherapy at Curtin University in 2017. In this time, he has gained a broad experience working as a Physiotherapist for the Western Australia Country Health Service (WACHS) and has worked at Perth Children’s Hospital since 2021 in a variety of different clinical roles.

“Jake completed his Bachelor of Physiotherapy at Curtin University in 2017. In this time, he has gained a broad experience working as a Physiotherapist for the Western Australia Country Health Service (WACHS) and has worked at Perth Children’s Hospital since 2021 in a variety of different clinical roles. He has a particular interest in helping children achieve their activity goals and engaging them in meaningful activities. Jake is very excited to be able to offer physical activity opportunities for children receiving treatment for acute lymphoblastic leukemia at Perth Children’s Hospital. When not at work, Jake enjoys getting outdoors, playing soccer and walking his dog.
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Lisa Bleus

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Lynn Jensen

Lynn has particular interest in physical activity and its benefits to children’s physical, mental and social development enabling her to contribute to a multidisciplinary group that designed the “Animal Fun” program for pre-primary children.

Lynn Jensen is a physiotherapist who has worked exclusively in paediatrics since 1985. She has breadth and depth of clinical experience having worked in tertiary and community care, a 20 year tenure as a lecturer at Curtin University and extensive experience as a researcher. A particular interest in physical activity and its benefits to children’s physical, mental and social development enabled her to contribute to a multidisciplinary group that designed the “Animal Fun” program for pre-primary children. She has worked with parents in Karratha to design a physical literacy program for children attending community playgroups (“Building Active Bodies and Brains”). Lynn is very excited to be able to offer physical activity opportunities for children receiving treatment for acute lymphoblastic leukemia at Perth Children’s Hospital.
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Alicia Hosking

Alicia has broad experience as a Physiotherapist in Australia, England and Canada, working in paediatric and adult hospitals, as well as in the community. She particularly enjoys getting to know children and young adults with cancer, and helping them reach their potential through exercise, physical activity and active play.

Alicia has broad experience as a Physiotherapist in Australia, England and Canada, working in paediatric and adult hospitals, as well as in the community. She particularly enjoys getting to know children and young adults with cancer, and helping them reach their potential through exercise, physical activity and active play. Her number one goal is to have fun and keep children moving and motivated as much as possible, throughout their phases of cancer treatment. Alicia has also worked in event and project management, coordinating aspects of major sporting events, festivals and conferences in Australia and overseas. When not at work, she enjoys exercising, learning languages and helping to monitor wildlife as a volunteer.
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Tori (Victoria) Linton

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