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Dr Anoo Bhopti Lecturer Occupational Therapy Alfred, Occupational Therapy

Anoo Bhopti is a Lecturer and Researcher at Latrobe University, Melbourne, and works as an occupational therapy clinician in paediatrics.
Anoo’s research is embedded within the early childhood intervention and childhood disability sector. Her research findings have been used to support the early childhood intervention sector in their written submissions to support the inclusion of parents as applicants for the National Disability Inclusion Scheme. She was a co-author on a report for the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) and collaboratively published the National Guidelines for Best Practice in Early Childhood Intervention.
Anoo is committed to working closely with families, to achieve inclusion and participation of children in their homes and communities and follows family-centred practice, strength-based and person-first approaches. Here research interests include childhood disability, family quality of life, parent occupations, paediatric occupational therapy interventions, evidence-based practice, translation research and inclusion and participation of children with disability.
Current research projects include a pipeline of parent support programs called "We Care" and “Now and Next” with an aim to improve family quality of life of families living with a disability.
Anoo coordinates and teaches the paediatrics subject OCT5ECC in the Occupational Therapy course. She also coordinates a capstone subject OCT5MSP, that is based in fieldwork focussing on project management. This subject emphasises in developing core skills including global citizenship, leadership, project management and encourages students to think of macro level outcomes related to human rights.
Anoo is the international student advisor and collaborates international projects for research and encourages student mobility in countries like India and Vietnam.


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